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Design Considerations for Silicon Transistors in AM/FM Multiplex Receivers
This paper describes the use of silicon planar n-p-n transistors in the tuner and if stages of AM/FM multiple receivers to provide high-quality sound reproduction. Methods of minimizing -half-if response- (that response which occurs at a frequency separated from the desired signal by one-half the intermediate frequency) are also discussed, as well as the design of FM detectors for multiple operation.
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