A demodulator is a device that recovers data from a high frequency carrier, discards the carrier signal, and passes the data along for procssing.
- Modulation Error
Agilent Technologies Products for Demodulator Applications
- In general the demodulator is a CMOC or BI-CMOS circuit running at low fequencies. It is more common for the demodulator to be part of a Baseband ASIC than a stand-alone building block.
- System Implementations:
- The HPMX-5002 contains the demodulator function for a FHSS radio operating in the 1.5 to 2.5 GHz frequency spectrum