envelope detector


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envelope detector

[′en·və‚lōp di‚tek·tər]
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An envelope detector (square-law-type detection) on the user terminal is used to down-convert the mm-wave signals and eliminate the frequency instability and poor phase-noise characteristics of the two independent signals.
After passing through the antennas, at the designated user terminal nn the received downlink and P2P signals are down-converted to their associated IFs by the envelope detector.
ASK receiver front ends typically comprise three blocks an input band pass filter to discern the carrier frequency from a broadband input noise spectrum, am envelope detector to extract the information of interest and a comparator to obtain binary outputs for PC software analyzer.
To date, network pages have been constructed for three of Stable Micro Systems' key instruments; the Dough Inflation System, Acoustic Envelope Detector and Dough & Gluten Extensibility Rig.
The output voltage of the envelope detector is proportional to the magnitude of the instantaneous RF input voltage.
s Stable Micro Systems, a provider of texture analysis equipment, has designed and launched its new Acoustic Envelope Detector.
The signal is then passed through an envelope detector (demodulator), which yields a square wave output.
Stable Micro Systems has designed and launched its new Acoustic Envelope Detector.
It is then transformed into a DC signal by an envelope detector.
An envelope detector essentially provides an output that is the modulation envelope of an IF signal.