difference detector

difference detector

[′dif·rəns di‚tek·tər]
(electronics)
A detector circuit in which the output is a function of the difference between the amplitudes of the two input waveforms.
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According to Figure 1, the direction finding receiver is divided into two parts: a phase difference detector module and a frequency detector module.
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