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Radio-Frequency Phase-Difference Networks: A New Approach to Polyphase Selectivity

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2 Author(s)
Cifuentes, M.G. ; Avenida de los Toreros 2, Madrid, Spain ; Villard, O.G., Jr.

It is shown that phase-difference networks operating at radio rather than at audio frequency may be used to obtain selectivity by polyphase methods. Design and practical realization of such networks are considered. A polyphase selective system suitable for single-sideband transmission or reception is described, in which the selective action takes place directly at radio frequency so that a number of individual systems may be cascaded in situations where a very high degree of over-all selectivity must be obtained.

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Proceedings of the IRE  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 3 )

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March 1954

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