AM Radio Circuit Using Printed Electronic Components
In this paper, printing technologies have been employed to print the resonant circuit and detection circuit for an amplitude modulation system (AM radio), which consists of a printed inductor, capacitor, resistor and diode on plastic foils for using as an AM radio circuit. To test the printed inductor, capacitor, resistor and diode as components of AM radio, we selected 640 KHz, the strongest AM frequency in Sunchon City, Korea and monitored the audio signal by replacing each component by a corresponding printed one. As a result the 640 KHz AM radio signals were detected.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 May 2011
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