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A Minimum Rider Circuit for Noise Immunity in a Stereo FM Demodulator

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Noise may cause undesirable audible and visual defects in a stereo FM demodulator. The circuit described reduces false stereo transmission indication and two of the possible sources of undesirable audible effects. Some other techniques to reduce audible effects are also discussed.

JAES Volume 13 Issue 1 pp. 36-37; January 1965
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