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Title: Description of Pulse Train FM Detector on Github
Post by: kvd on April 13, 2021, 11:28:18 am
Hi,

On Github I published a project with a detailed description of the workings of a Pulse Train FM Detector. This is accompanied by a mathematical model, implemented in a Jupyter notebook with which experiments can be done. In the pdf document also a possible improvement is mentioned, together with some preliminary experimental results.

The project can be found at https://github.com/kvdijken/Pulse-Train-FM-Detector. (https://github.com/kvdijken/Pulse-Train-FM-Detector.)

The main document (pdf)  of this project is attached to this message.

This FM detector is also used in an actual FM receiver designed and built by myself. There is a github project for the receiver, at https://github.com/kvdijken/FM-Receiver. (https://github.com/kvdijken/FM-Receiver.) I have a demonstration video of this FM receiver on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlIiLwKdwg0&t=1s. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlIiLwKdwg0&t=1s.)

Greetings and have fun, Koen
Title: Re: Description of Pulse Train FM Detector on Github
Post by: pardo-bsso on April 13, 2021, 11:52:54 am
Hi Koen, nice writeup.

Your urls have a dot appended at the end and thus are not working properly.
(also, I see that you cross-posted this into the RF forum too)