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Encyclopedia > Broadband receiver

A broadband receiver picks up the broadband signals and converts it into whatever format that the unit is specified for e.g. radio.

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Receiver functions are extracted from the three-component broadband recordings of teleseismic P waveforms at epicentral distances ranging from 30 to 85^o.
The SW receiver functions are extracted from a distance range $65$ to $85^o$ and therefore are associated with steep angle of incidences at the base of the crust and low signal strength, generating less strong P to S conversions than closer events.
The receiver functions corresponding to Range 1 and 2 show coherent primary and reverberated P to S converted arrivals while the receiver functions corresponding to the most distant events from Range 3 do not generate the same arrivals, possibly due to their steep angle of incidence and low signal strength (Figure 4).
System and method of frequency synthesis to avoid gaps and VCO pulling in direct broadcast satellite systems - Patent ... (5827 words)
By definition, the mixers in the direct down-conversion broadband receiver are driven by an input frequency that is equivalent to the carrier frequency of a selected channel.
Thus with a 2-divider approach to the direct down-conversion tuner in a direct-down conversion receiver, both the I and Q components are obtained simultaneously, with a high degree of accuracy.
In addition, the new broadband tuner includes a P/P+1 prescaler in which P is maximized without introducing gaps in frequency coverage given a range of potential desired frequencies defined by the channel frequencies, the sub-bands and the various multipliers.
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