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 <WRAP centeralign>​ //Figure 5. Diode Ring Modulator Breadboard Circuit// </​WRAP>​ <WRAP centeralign>​ //Figure 5. Diode Ring Modulator Breadboard Circuit// </​WRAP>​
  
-Construct the circuitry shown in Figure 5 on a solderless breadboard. Use the 1N914 fast switching diode for the diode ring. Set W1 as a 1kHz sine modulating signal with 1V amplitude and set W2 as a 10kHz sine carrier with a 3V amplitude. For the input and output transformers,​ a 1:2 turns ratio is needed. You can experiment with other transformer turns ratio and compare the output results. For this activity, a Hexa-Path Magnetics transformer with either HP3, HP4, HP5, or HP6 winding layout is needed. If not available, you can proceed with the LTspice simulations.+Construct the circuitry shown in Figure 5 on a solderless breadboard. Use the 1N914 fast switching diode for the diode ring. Set W1 as a 1kHz sine modulating signal with 1V amplitude ​peak-to-peak ​and set W2 as a 10kHz sine carrier with a 3V amplitude ​peak-to-peak. For the input and output transformers,​ a 1:2 turns ratio is needed. You can experiment with other transformer turns ratio and compare the output results. For this activity, a Hexa-Path Magnetics transformer with either HP3, HP4, HP5, or HP6 winding layout is needed. If not available, you can proceed with the LTspice simulations.
  
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