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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Fixed frequency Mixer?

From: John Turner
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Fixed frequency Mixer?
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 10:38:06 -0800

Hi Folks,

There are many mixers available as discrete parts, check out
www.mini-circuits.com, www.macom.com, and  www.wj.com. As a caution, you
need a few more blocks to complete a downconverter, local oscillator, and
some form of channel filtering to remove the image frequency components.

As reference, the ARRL handbook is a good reference, there are a number of
excellent articles available on the Watkins Johnson website (www.wj.com) on
receiver design.

Also, Analog devices likewise has some excellent tutorials on sampled
systems that include undersampling. Some of their base station components
support translation of VHF signals to a digital stream through

My background is in radio and wireless design. If there are any hardware
related questions I can try and answer them.


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