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Matching type The choices are: - conductance - power amplifier - RF amplifier - SHR - sensitivity - stability - yurning ...


Matching type The choices are: - conductance - power amplifier - RF amplifier - SHR - sensitivity - stability - yurning circuit - MDS - filtering - inductance - IF amplifier - dynamic range - TRF - shape factor - information capacity - selectivity - deviation ratio - amplification
Transcribed: The ability of the receiver to amplify weak signals. The ability of the receiver to reject unwanted signals The first radio receiver for an AM broadcast. The of capacitor accounts for the lost energy of the component. Increasing the bandwidth will decrease the It down converts the incoming radio frequencies to intermediate frequencies. The ratio of the 60-dB down bandwidth to the 6-dB down bandwidth. The input signal level that is approximately equal to the average internally generated noise value. It is the ability of the receiver to be fixed or tuned to a desired frequency. The ratio between between the receiver's response to weak signals and signals that are overload one or more stages.

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According to the question, we need to match the given data.

 

(1) The ability of the receiver to amplify weak signals - Sensitivity

(2)  The ability of the receiver to reject unwanted signals - Selectivity

(3) The first radio receiver for an AM broadcast - SHR

(4) The _______ of capacitor accounts for the lost energy of the component - Shape factor

(5) Increasing the bandwidth will decrease the _______ - Stability

(6)  It down-converts the incoming radio frequencies to intermediate frequencies - IF amplifier

(7) The ratio of the 60-dB down bandwidth to the 6-dB down bandwidth - Filtering

(8) The input signal level that is approximately equal to the average internally generated noise value - MDS or Minimum Discernible Signal

(9)  It is the ability of the receiver to be fixed or tuned to the desired frequency - Selectivity

(10) The ratio between the receiver's response to weak signals and signals that are overloaded one or more stages - Dynamic range

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