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Use MPY634 as phase detector
I want to use MPY634 as a phase detector.
The phase detector circuit is as below.
And I found MPY634 datasheet, the setup of MPY634 as phase detector is as below.
If I want to use MPY634 as picture1.
Then I connect input signal to MPY634 X1, and connect reference signal (the signal is square wave) to MPY634 Y1 ?
If I connect as my statement, the signal of MPY634 point B (picture 2) is the same as signal of point A (picture 1) ?
I want to know my statement is ture or not ?
If my statement is wrong, how can I use MPY634 (or other product) to setup a circuit as picture 1 ?
Thank you !
Yes, you would connect the MPY634 inputs as you described. The output at Fig. 6 point B should be similar to Fig. 1 point A; the output should be like a full-wave rectified waveform. However, there may be alternate analog circuits that would accomplish the full-wave rectification function and wouldn't require the square-wave multiplication.
Take a look at this TI aapplication bulletin about absolute value circuits. They produce a full-wave waveform from a sine input:
The rectified output could then be followed by the buffer and low-pass to extract the dc level.
PA - Linear Applications Engineering
Thank you very much Thomas !
But I can't open the link you posted.
Yes, that link was messy. Please try this one:
If you still have problem accessing the applications bulletin, please let me know and I will get it to you as an attachment.
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