VHF and UHF receiver circuits can be represented by the same symbols used for the circuits of other receivers. The basic principles of circuit theory apply to VHF and UHF receivers. Yet, VHF and UHF receivers are actually different enough from other receivers to warrant separate discussion.
This chapter deals with the characteristics and principles of VHF and UHF operation and special considerations that must be given to tuned circuits, electron tubes, and physical layout and wiring of VHF and UHF receivers. Typical VHF and UHF receivers are discussed at the end of the chapter.
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