diode detector


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diode detector

[′dī‚ōd di′tek·tər]
(electronics)
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Two Zener Diode detectors were oriented in inertial space so that the flow passing first through one detector and subsequently the second detector would produce correlated current output.
Here we elaborate the very simple and cheap table-top gravitational wave experiments using Zener diode detectors, and reveal the implications for the nature of space and time, and for the quantum theory of "matter", and the emergence of the "classical world" as space-induced wave function localization.
This new data shows that the time delays observed between Frascati and Rome are to be expected, because of the strong reverberation effects seen in the zener diode detector data.
Power detection has traditionally been implemented using a simple diode detector circuit.
First, a single diode detector configuration (basic scheme with op-amp) was measured.
The R&S NRPM A66 antenna module is a simple, polarized Vivaldi antenna with an integrated diode detector for power measurements.
Discrete diode detector circuits have been replaced with simple integrated circuit logarithmic (log) detectors, eliminating the need for complex temperature compensation and calibration circuitry.
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There are some practical problems with the diode detector approach.
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Compared to a diode detector, the AD8313 logarithmic amplifier provides improved linearity and temperature stability at a comparable cost (in high volume).