|[AMRadio] infinite impedance detector vs diode|
tonne at comcast.net
Thu Sep 4 20:17:44 EDT 2008
I am under the impression that the high input impedance
of that AM demodulator is perhaps its most important
point. The fact that it seems to buffer the output load
from the detection action seems nice to me.
I think it could be made temperature-stable rather
easily by adding a diode in series with that 6200 ohm
resistor from the base to ground. Then change the
resistor. Base idles about .67 volts above ground so as
to just barely turn on the transistor.
Oh yes - the URL for those that may have missed it:
Yes, it would be possible to do the same kind of look-see
on a product detector. All it takes is time! I have some
other stuff that needs attention right now; wheels are
- Jim Tonne WB6BLD TonneSoftware.com
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