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Figure shows the circuit diagram of a square law modulator The signal applied to the non linear devices is relatively weak such that it can be represented by a square law

Figure shows the circuit diagram of a square-law modulator. The signal applied to the non linear devices is relatively weak, such that it can be represented by a square law: v2 (t) = a1v1 (t) + a2v21 (t), where a1 and a2 are constant, and v1 (t) is the input voltage and v2 (t) is the output voltage. The input voltage is defined by v1 (t) = Ac cos (2πÆ’ct) + m (t), where m (t) is a message signal and Ac cos (2πÆ’ct) is the carrier wave.
 

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