Phase detector, Other Engineering

Phase detector

Phase detector (PD) consists of a multiplier and a low pass filter. The output of the PD has a magnitude proportional to Vs cos2φ where φ is the phase shift between the signal and the reference. This provides the directional information as well as the magnitude of the displacement.

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