4.3.8 Question 3 [15 points] In the early days of radio, AM signals were demodulated by a crystal detector followed by a low-pass filter and a DC blocker. as shown in figure 2. Assume a crystal detector to be a basically a squaring device. The AM modulated signal at point a is given by: a) Calculate the modulate index of (t) b) Determine the signal at point b, c and d. c) point out the distortion term in in the output y(t).

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