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DC component in wireless

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noelcucu

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what is the theory behind why there is a DC component receiver coil? when the transmitter transmits AC signal with DC component does is it also receive ac signal with dc component?
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gophert

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Why DC offset is imposed by the receiver circuit?
Because only AC component transmits - you cannot (physics don't allow) transmission of a DC anything.
 

Nigel Goodwin

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Is that the actual voltage? When i meausure the output of the rectifier i also got 24v.
The actual voltage of what?, and DC voltage might, or might not, have some relation to the incoming signal - again, everything depends. entirely on the design. However, 24V seems rather high for a radio receiver?.
 
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