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Hybrid and Cueing Receivers

Hybrid and Cueing Receivers

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The concept of the hybrid receiver can be used to design a receiver system to suit certain performance requirements. A number of possible combinations can be originated. As the electronic signal environment is getting more complicated, it might be difficult to process the signals in the environment with one kind of receiver. Some kind of hybrid combination might be a reasonable approach to solve the receiver problem.

Chapter Contents:

  • 10.1. Introduction
  • 10.2. Channelized-IFM Receiver Combination
  • 10.3. Transient Responses after Filters
  • 10.4. Cueing Receiver Concept
  • 10.5. General Characteristics of Delay Lines
  • 10.6. Electromagnetic Delay Lines
  • 10.7. Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Delay Lines
  • 10.8. Solid-State Bulk Wave Delay Lines
  • 10.9. Magnetostatic Surface Wave Delay Lines
  • 10.10. Fiber Optic and Superconductive Delay Lines
  • 10.11. Cueing Receiver with Amplitude AOA Measurement
  • 10.12. Digital RF Receivers
  • 10.13. Summary
  • References

Inspec keywords: receivers

Other keywords: cueing receivers; hybrid receiver; electronic signal environment

Subjects: Radio links and equipment

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