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RF signal (RF), and output of the mixer (IF) are plotted as functions of time during an interval of 1 ms. The LO amplitude is normally more than 10 times greater than the amplitude of the RF and IF output signals, but to make the gure easier to read the amplitudes are not drawn in this way in Figure 24.2. The LO frequency is 10 MHz, so there are 10 LO cycles during the 1 ms time interval. The RF frequency is 11 MHz, so there are 11 RF cycles during the 1 ms time interval. The LO signal is large, and when it is applied to the mixer diodes it biases the diodes off during its negative cycle and turns the diodes on during its positive cycle. Therefore, the RF signal can pass through the diodes when the LO signal is positive, but it cannot pass through the diodes when the LO is negative. As shown on the left-hand edge of the gure, all of the positive half of the RF cycle and about one-tenth of the negative cycle of the rst RF signal passes through the diode. As time progresses, the RF and LO curves get more and more out of time synchronism, so less of the positive half of the RF wave and more of the negative half gets through the diode. The output of the mixer (Fig. 24.2c) is a complicated waveform containing many frequency components. However, as shown by the dashed envelope (Fig. 24.2c), one frequency component is one cycle in the 1 ms time period, and so is 1 MHz. This frequency is the difference between the 10 MHz LO and 11 MHz RF signals. The output from the mixer is passed through a low pass lter that removes the high frequency components and leaves only the 1 MHz IF signal. Schematics of various mixer types are shown in Figure 24.3. The major difference between the types is the combiner that is used and the number of diodes. The singleended mixer is the simplest type, but its performance is poor in most speci cations.
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