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FM Stereo Receiver Performance as a Function of Pilot Circuit Design

This paper discusses block diagrams of various pilot receivers as well as general considerations for the design of a doubler-type receiver. A tube and transistor pilot receiver is investigated in detail; circuit Q, intermodulation, harmonic distortion and circuit stability problems are examined. Finally, coil stability is studied and the results for two coil samples are presented.

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JAES Volume 12 Issue 3 pp. 192-198; July 1964
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