1. The received signal frequency at any time of a super-heterodyne receiver having IF = 456 kHz is 1 MHz. The corresponding image signal is





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  • By: guest on 01 Jun 2017 11.48 pm
    Image signal frequency = Received signal frequency - 2 x Intermediate frequency. = 1 MHz - 2 x 456kHz 1 MHz - 912 kHz 88 kHz which lies in medium bond.
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