what is a square law device? i want brief notes on it?
Asked by dhanya E.K | 5th Nov, 2012, 07:41: PM
A square law device is one that produces an output voltage or current that is proportional to the square of its input voltage or current. Square law devices are mainly used in modulators and detectors. Example: The detector diode used in communication systems, FETs used in balanced modulator etc.
Answered by | 6th Nov, 2012, 10:02: AM
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