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Old 29th May 2004, 11:11 AM   #11
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If a mono FM set is acceptable, a super-regen with a single tuned circuit could form the basis for experimentation. Years ago I built an FM receiver using an autodyne frequency change, resistance coupled IF stages and a pulse counting detector, again with a single tuned circuit, so it was considerably simpler than a standard FM superhet.

Mind you, the FM band was a lot less crowded then...
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Default Veering off topic ever so slightly...

What ever happened to homodyne receivers?
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