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Quadrature Null Effect in Amplitude Modulation


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Quadrature null effect (QNE) is a phenomenon in amplitude modulation (AM) demodulator circuit arise if carrier signal generated from local oscillator is not synchronized in phase with input signal. Our main motive is to synchronize phase in this effect by various synchronizing techniques so as to reconstruct input modulated signal completely, are scrutinized in this paper.

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AM, DSB-SC, SSB-SC, QNE, Synchronization Techniques.
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Authors

Archi Jain
Dept. of ECE, Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre, Jaipur, India
Divanshu Chhabra
Dept. of ECE, Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre, Jaipur, India

Abstract


Quadrature null effect (QNE) is a phenomenon in amplitude modulation (AM) demodulator circuit arise if carrier signal generated from local oscillator is not synchronized in phase with input signal. Our main motive is to synchronize phase in this effect by various synchronizing techniques so as to reconstruct input modulated signal completely, are scrutinized in this paper.

Keywords


AM, DSB-SC, SSB-SC, QNE, Synchronization Techniques.

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