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A super heterodyne AM receiver is tuned to a station operating at 1200 KHz .Find local oscillator frequency and image frequency.
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A super heterodyne AM receiver is tuned to a station operating at 1200 KHz

Intermediate frequency is 455KHz.

IF frequency=f0-fs

Local oscillator frequency is f0=IF +fs=455K+1200K=1655kHz

The image frequency which gives the same IF is f0+2*IF=2110KHz
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