What is a super heterodyne receiver?
A superheterodyne receiver is a Radio Frequency receiver method that multiplies the received signal frequency with a local oscillator frequency to get frequencies that are the sum and difference of the 2 frequencies. For example, if the received signal is 5MHz and the local oscillator frequency is 4MHz, they are multiplied together. 1MHz and 9MHz frequencies would be gotten. Usually the 1MHz is the Intermediate Frequency (IF). It will be admitted (through a band pass filter) later passed through the required electronic circuits for proper processing. There is also the method of the Variable Tuned Filter.
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Yes. Because a player that is on IR has at some point during the season been active and gotten hurt during a game and has been placed on IR to heal up from say a dislocated shoulder or knee surgery
i am not sure, but i think that the league pays the $5000 for 150 rings ($750k) and the winning team can give as many rings (of whatever price the ring costs) as they want, they just have to cover the difference. so i guess a team could get 200 $10,000 rings for $2million total, but they'd have to p…ay the extra 1.25 to do it. History of Super Bowl Rings Contributor By Brendan O'Brien eHow Contributing Writer Article Rating: (0 Ratings) Each year, the National Football League crowns a champion, the winner of the Super Bowl. The players, coaches and staff who are on the team that wins the game receive a ring, called the Super Bowl ring. The piece of jewelry is a symbol of excellence for sports fans and those associated with the NFL. The large ring is typically made of gold and decorated with diamonds, making it recognizable to those associated with the game and with sports. . Email . Share. Add to Favorites . Print Article . Flag Article . Significance . The Super Bowl, which is regarded as the premier sporting event in the United States, is played each year to decide the NFL champion. The teams--one from each conference--that play in the Super Bowl are determined through a playoff system. To win the Super Bowl is a huge accomplishment and a culmination of a team's ability to preserve through the riggers of an NFL regular season and playoffs. The Super Bowl ring, given to the winning team, signifies a champion that was able to withstand the physical and emotional toll the NFL season has to offer. Features . The NFL pays for 150 rings to be given to the winner of the Super Bowl. The league also pays up to $5,000 for each ring. The design of the ring typically incorporates the team's name and the Super Bowl that was won. It also sometimes incorporates the Super Bowl trophy and the stadium where the game was played. The large ring is typically made of gold and diamonds, and has a large front frame that is recognizable from a distance. As time has gone on, the face of the ring has gotten larger and the design of the ring more pronounced. History . The first Super Bowl rings were given to the members of the Green Bay Packers, winners of the first Super Bowl in 1967. The ring was designed by Jostens, a national jewelry maker that has created 26 of the first 39 Super Bowl rings. Other jewelry makers that have been commissioned to design the Super Bowl ring include Diamond Cutters International, which made the ring for the Dallas Cowboys in 1996, and Balfour. Interesting Facts . Super Bowl rings can go for $10,000 to $25,000 on the resell market depending on who wore it. Some rings have pawned off by players who have needed the money for various reasons after retiring. Other rings have been stolen, such as the case when $25,000 worth of rings were taken in a jewelry burglary in 2008 in Massachusetts. Super Bowl Loser Ring . In addition to the ring given the to winner, the NFL gives a ring to the Super Bowl losing team as well. The losing team also receives 150 rings for players, coaches and staff. By rule, the cost of the rings may not exceed half of the cost of the winners' rings. . First off, every player on both teams, whether they play or not in the Super Bowl, get a ring. The ring the losing team gets is a little different than the winning team, and the losers rings can't cost more than $150,000 each. Fact! (MORE)
Besides winning the famous Vince Lombardi Trophy, the winning team of the Super Bowl gets a serious cash bonus. Under the NFL's current agreement with the players, each player will get $88,000 for winning the Super Bowl. This agreement will expire in 2012. Keep in mind that this is the minimum …bonus guaranteed by the NFL Players Association. Other star players and MVPs might have millions more written into their contracts. Other information about Super Bowl bonuses: . Winners of the 2010 Super Bowl (XLIV) received $83,000 and losers took home $42,000. The amount has grown every year. In the first Super Bowl, the winners took home $15,000 and losers got $7,500. . For Super Bowl XLI, each Indianapolis Colts' player received $73,000 for winning the Super Bowl and each Chicago Bears' player received $38,000. . For Super Bowl XLII, the Giants share was $78,000 per player for winning the game and the Patriots share was $40,000 per player for losing. . According to NBC Sports Feb 5, 2005 Report: The winning team gets $68,000 and a ring and losing team gets $36,500. (MORE)
Answer . only the winning team. Answer . No.. Answer Both teams are allocated money from the NFL to buy rings.
Bonus Amount For Super Bowl Winners . During early Super Bowl games (1960's) the newscasters routinely told us how much the winning and losing players made, and the cost/value of the Super Bowl ring.. Now, it's probably so disgustingly huge - they are embarassed to tell the public. For Super Bo…wl XLI, each player on the Colts received $73,000 for winning the Super Bowl and each player on the Bears received $38,000. (MORE)
The Washington Redskins defeated the Buffalo Bills 37-24 in Super Bowl XXVI. Click on the links under the 'Web Links' heading on this page to see the rosters of the two teams.
Yes, the losing team from the Super Bowl does receive a Super Bowlring. It is half the cost of the winning teams Super Bowl ring.Many players choose not to wear the ring because it symbolizesdefeat. The losing team also receives 150 rings for players, coaches andstaff. By rule, the cost of the ring…s may not exceed half of thecost of the winners' rings. (MORE)
The first touchdown in the game came after the Colts kicked off to the Bears and Devin Hester returned it 92 yards for a TD. The first receiving touchdown came when Reggie Wayne hauled in a 53 yard pass from Peyton Manning with 6:50 left in the 1st quarter.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, Jerry Rice is the sole leader in career Super Bowl pass receptions: 33 - Jerry Rice 27 - Andre Reed 21 - Deion Branch Four players hold the Super Bowl record for most pass receptions in a game. Dan Ross of the Bengals in SB XVI, Jerry Rice of the 49ers in SB XXII…I, Deion Branch of the Patriots in SB XXXIX, and Wes Welker of the Patriots in SB XLII each caught 11 passes in a Super Bowl game. (MORE)
Each of the Packers players won $15,000 for winning the first Super Bowl and ach of the Chiefs players got $7,500 for losing.
Through Super Bowl XLIV, that would be Jerry Rice who had 215 receiving yards against the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII.
The record for the most Super Bowl rings won by a wide receiver inthe NFL is four. Two NFL players hold this record. They are LynnSwann and John Stallworth.
Tom Brady, quarterback of the New England Patriots, holds therecord for the most completed passes at the Super Bowl in a careerat 127. He is also tied with Drew Bree's of the New Orleans Saintsfor most completed passes in a single Super Bowl game with 32completed passes. Meanwhile, Steve Young and J…erry Rice are amongthe celebrated combos in Super Bowl history. (MORE)
Super Bowl XLIX, in which the New England Patriots outlasted theSeattle Seahawks, 28-24, was the most-watched American televisionshow in history. The A.C. Nielsen Co. reported that the February 1,2015 telecast by NBC Sports -- from University of Phoenix Stadiumin Glendale, Arizona -- averaged 114.4 …million viewers. Thatsurpassed the previous record of 112.4 million set in 2014 by SuperBowl XLVIII, in which the Seahawks defeated the Denver Broncos,43-8. That contest was televised by FOX Sports. Super Bowl LI, the 2017 NFL championship game played between theNew England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons, was seen by 113.7million viewers on FOX Sports, according to Nielsen ratings (MORE)
Super Bowl XLII (Giants vs. Patriots). The winner was paid $78,000.00 per player. The loser was paid $40,000.00 per player. Super Bowl I (Green Bay vs. Kansas City). The winner was paid $15,000.00 per player. The loser was paid $7,500.00 per player
Roger Craig Through Super Bowl XLII, the only 100 yard receiving day by a running back in the Super Bowl was by Roger Craig of the San Francisco 49ers who gained 101 yards on 8 pass receptions in Super Bowl XXIII.
Brandon Stokley He caught a 38 yard touchdown reception from QB Trent Dilfer in the first quarter.
Game: Jerry Rice of the 49ers with 215 receiving yards in Super Bowl XXIII against the Cincinnati Bengals.. Career: Jerry Rice of the 49ers and Raiders with 589 receiving yards in 4 Super Bowls (XXIII, XXIV, XXIX, and XXXVII).
Lots. As Americans suffer in an economic downturn these sports individuals continue onward and upward without any problems. Why....its unAmerican!
Marquis Cooper was a rookie for the 2004 season. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl in 2002. So Marquis Cooper was not on the team when they won the Super Bowl.
Wilbert Montgomery with 91 yards on 6 catches. Harold Carmichael was next with 83 yards on 5 catches.
When you combine signals of the same or different frequencies. The resulting energy will be each original frequency and the sum of the frequencies and a frequency that is the difference of the two signals. This is the basis of heterodyning. This allows us to take an information signal and "upconvert…" it to the RF realm for transmission. But the same processes can be used to "downconvert" or to beat one signal against the other to get a lower frequency representation of the energy.. After hererodyning came out, newer radios were sold as superheterodyning as a marketing ploy.. Sorry, but it is not more complex than that. This was back in the early 20th century and the idea of fair marketing or truthful processes were not legal issues like today.. Have a nice day. Bob (MORE)
The winning team receives one Lombardi Trophy. The players, the coaches and various support staff all receive championship rings.
She obtains the power to grow her fingernails rapidly. Think Wolverine, except with regular fingernails instead of adamantium claws. It's a pretty lame power. The one time she uses it on someone as opposed to simply demonstrating it, he says something like "Ow! That hurt! I think you broke the skin!… Wait... no. No, you didn't. But still!" (MORE)
Dan Ross caught two touchdown passes from Ken Anderson in Super Bowl XVI, played January 24, 1982. San Francisco won the game, 26-21.
Ik tom brady received a new car this year since he was the mvp. Buthe gave it to the guy who got the game winning interception. Thatsall ik
The first Wide Receiver to be named Super Bowl MVP was Pittsburgh Steelers WR Lynn Swann in Super Bowl X versus the Dallas Cowboys. Swann had 4 receptions for 161 yards and 1 touchdown in the game. Super Bowl X Pittsburgh Steelers - 21 (Terry Bradshaw, Louisana Tech University) Dallas Cowboys -… 17 (Roger Staubach, United States Naval Academy) Location: Orange Bowl, Miami FL Date: 1/18/1976 MVP: Lynn Swann, WR, Pittsburgh Head Coaches: PIT - Chuck Noll DAL - Tom Landry (MORE)
The Green Bay Packers received $15,000 per man for winning the First World Championship Game AFL vs NFL (aka Super Bowl I).
There were three Steelers receivers that were Super Bowl MVPs. . Lynn Swann - (X) . Hines Ward - (XL) . Santonio Holmes - (XLIII)
they get in free because their playing but their immediate family probably gets in free also
Each Super Bowl, the winning team gets a certain amount of rings. Each player gets one, then they can give them to whoever they want. The mayor of New Orleans got a ring from the 2010 Super Bowl(GREAT GAME).
As of 2010... Ma'a Nonu (Hurricanes) 10 +1 yellow & 1 Red in 2011 Schalk Burger (Stormers) 5 George Smith (Brumbies) 5 Guthro Stegmann (Bulls) 4 De Wet Barry (Stormers/Bulls)4 Peter Hynes (Reds) 4 Sione Lauaki (Chiefs) 3 Richie McCaw (Crusaders) 3 Jimmy Cowan (Highlanders) 3 Marty Holah (Chiefs) 3 … My beloved Hurricanes have the most as a team in S14 history with 34 cards and the Reds are next with 28. (MORE)
The wide recievers for the 2001 New England Patriots were: . Troy Brown . David Patten . Charles Johnson . Curtis Jackson . Bert Emanuel . Fred Coleman . Torrence Small . Terry Glenn - deactivated after Game 2 of the regular season
When two frequencies are "mixed" the sum and the difference frequencies are produced. These frequencies are called heterodynes. If these frequencies are outside the range of human hearing they are said to be supersonic. The full name of a superhet receiver is supersonic heterodyne. This receiver use…s a mixer to produce an intermediate frequency outside the range of human hearing. Before superhets were in common use, but following from the old crystal set was an amplified form of the crystal set, called the 'Tuned Radio Frequency" receiver, or "TRF" for short. With many TRF receivers, a control called 'regeneration' controlled the gain of the RF amplifier, and could be turned up to the point that the entire radio set became unstable and oscillated, usually at the frequency you were tuned to. With the gain set just below the point of oscillation, these receivers were very sensitive. For listening to morse code signals, the control would be advanced just into the oscillation stage, and the difference in frequency between the received signal and the receiver's oscillation became a 'beat note', or a beeping sound, that was easy to receive in noisy conditions. This form of reception became known as 'heterodyne reception', and this type of radio was called a 'regenerative receiver'. Problem was, this operation usually required 3 hands, a still room and a lot of patience. Once tuned, the radio would drift in frequency, or burst into loud screaming oscillation, seemingly for no apparent reason. Sometime later, the 'super-regenerative' receiver was developed in an effort to simplify operation and these were used up into VHF frequencies into the early '30's. Eventually, with the development of better radio tubes and more elaborate design, the suphet rapidly became the most popular, as it was so easy to use. At last, you only needed one hand to operate a radio. And you could walk away and come back and it was still tuned to the station. This was the '30's where radios found their way into every westerner's living room, bringing news and entertainment to the masses (that could afford it). By the 60's, we all had 'transistors', and the superhet was everywhere. Now, most of us have TV, cable or satellite. And you know which process they all still use to turn the RF signal into a video signal that the screen can display? Just testing! (MORE)
Yes, because the Super Bowl is played between the AFC champion and the NFC champion, the winner of the Super Bowl would be entitled to both rings.
No. In fact, replacement RB Wilson was suing Skins for not getting a ring (that's as of 1990. Can't find any information as to settlement of his suit). A few replacement players did get rings, but they were the ones who remained with Skins after the strike; thus, they were no longer considered "re…placement players". Replacement players did get winner's shares checks for NFC Championship Game and for Super Bowl, though. (MORE)
YES ... All staff members in the NFL receive the same Super Bowl Ring as the players ...The NFL is the only USA sport to do this ...
Super Bowl X - Lynn Swann . Super Bowl XL - Hines Ward . Super Bowl XLIII - Santonio Holmes
Wide receivers John Stallworth and Lynn Swann of the Pittsburgh Steelers who won Super Bowls IX, X, XIII, and XIV and tight end Marv Fleming who won Super Bowls I & II with the Green Bay Packers and Super Bowls VII & VIII with the Miami Dolphins.
Not generally. The NFL pays for up to 150 rings. The winning team can give these to whomever they wish. It's pretty much assumed that all the players will get one; the remainder go to coaches, executives, general staff, trainers... basically, it's up to the team. Some teams have given them to for…mer players as well. The team doesn't have to stop at 150; they can purchase as many more as they like, at about $5000 apiece (the cost fluctuates depending on the current value of gold and diamonds). (MORE)
Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr. He also was named MVP of Super Bowl II.
Six wide receivers have been named Most Valuable Player of the Super Bowl: . Super Bowl X -- Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh Steelers. . Super Bowl XI -- Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland Raiders. . Super Bowl XXIII -- Jerry Rice, San Francisco 49ers. . Super Bowl XXXIX -- Deion Branch, New England Patriots. .… Super Bowl XL -- Hines Ward, Pittsburgh Steelers. . Super Bowl XLIII -- Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh Steelers. (MORE)
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Dan Ross of the Cincinnati Bengals caught a record 11 passes for104 yards and 2 touchdowns in SB XVI
Wide receiver Deion Branch holds the Patriots record for the most receiving yards in Super Bowl Play. Branch also holds the Patriots record for the most receptions and yards in a single game. Branch amassed a total of 321 yards on 24 receptions in three Super Bowls for the Patriots. Super Bowl… XLIV - 3 receptions, 45 yards Super Bowl XXXIX - 11 receptions*, 133 yards Super Bowl XXXVIII - 10 receptions, 143 yards * NFL Record: Deion Branch's 11 receptions in Super Bowl XXXIX is an NFL record. He is tied with three others who also had 11 receptions in a single game. The co-record holders are: Don Ross, Cincinnati, Super Bowl XVI Jerry Rice, San Francisco, Super Bowl XXIII Wes Welker, New England, Super Bowl XLII (MORE)
Wide receiver Deion Branch holds the Patriots record for the most receiving yards in Super Bowl Play. Branch also holds the Patriots record for the most receptions and yards in a single game. Branch amassed a total of 321 yards on 24 receptions in three Super Bowls for the Patriots. Super Bowl XLI…V - 3 receptions, 45 yards Super Bowl XXXIX - 11 receptions*, 133 yards Super Bowl XXXVIII - 10 receptions, 143 yards * NFL Record: Deion Branch's 11 receptions in Super Bowl XXXIX is an NFL record. He is tied with three others who also had 11 receptions in a single game. The co-record holders are: Don Ross, Cincinnati, Super Bowl XVI Jerry Rice, San Francisco, Super Bowl XXIII Wes Welker, New England, Super Bowl XLII (MORE)
The NFL makes them so it doesn't cost anything for the NFL. Its not for sale, but if it was for sale it would cost 440, I think.
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Most Touch Downs in a single game, Receiving: 3 td's: Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV; vs. San Diego,XXIX Most Super Bowl touch downs, Career, Receiving: 8 td's: Jerry Rice, San Francisco-Oakland, 4 games