The CATV Demodulator (1969)

By Carl T. Johnson, B.W. Osborne, George Stoeppel, Frank J. Ragone

First the general properties of the envelope and synchronous detectors are examined. Then, after a brief study is made of the modulation processes used in television, the responses of the two circuits to a video signal are compared. Finally, a practical synchronous detector system is briefly described.

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