1.
Superhertodyne principle refers to

2.
In the above question, what is the power in sidebands?

3.
Demodulation is done in ___________

4.
Modulation is done in ___________

5.
In a superhetrodyne receiver, the difference frequency is chosen as the IF rather than the sum frequency because ___________

6.
If modulation is 100% then signal amplitude is ___________ carrier amplitude

7.
Overmodulation (amplitude) occurs when signal amplitude is ___________ carrier amplitude

8.
If level of modulation is increased ___________ power is increased

9.
In a transmitter ___________ oscillator is used

10.
At 100% modulation, the power in each sideband is ___________ of that of carrier

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