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A tuner acquires a specific [[RF]] signal and converts it into an intermediate frequency (IF) which is then passed onto a [[demodulator]] for processing.
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A tuner acquires a specific [[RF]] signal and converts it into an intermediate frequency (IF) which can then be passed onto a [[demodulator]] for further processing.
  
 
Some concepts that can be expanded upon:
 
Some concepts that can be expanded upon:
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==Also See==
 
==Also See==
 
* [[Tuners: Supported Tuners|Supported Tuners]]
 
* [[Tuners: Supported Tuners|Supported Tuners]]
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* [[Frontend]]
 
* [[:Category:Tuners]]
 
* [[:Category:Tuners]]
  
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* [[Wikipedia:Tuner_(electronics)|Wikipedia's Tuner (electronics) article]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Tuner_(electronics)|Wikipedia's Tuner (electronics) article]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Tuner_(radio)|Wikipedia's Tuner (radio) article]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Tuner_(radio)|Wikipedia's Tuner (radio) article]]
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* [[Wikipedia:Tuner_(television)|Wikipedia's Tuner (television) article]]
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** [[Wikipedia:ATSC_tuner|Wikipedia's ATSC tuner article]], an example of a type of digital television tuner
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[[Category:Hardware]]
 
[[Category:Hardware]]
 
[[Category:Tuners]]
 
[[Category:Tuners]]

Latest revision as of 18:16, 30 October 2010

A tuner acquires a specific RF signal and converts it into an intermediate frequency (IF) which can then be passed onto a demodulator for further processing.

Some concepts that can be expanded upon:

  • ACG
  • Simple tuners
  • PLL
  • can tuner modules
  • NIM
  • Silicon/solid state tuners

Also See

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