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The core of the FM receiver, the discriminator, comes in various circuit forms and is used in detection and demodulation. Basically, its role is to extract the intelligence or message from the carrier wave. Another component, essential in most electronic circuits, is the power supply (DC or AC converted to DC). Finally, a transducer (speaker in the case of Radio) is needed to convert the message signal into its final form (audio, mechanical, etc¡). Other components more specific to FM receivers are mixers combined with local oscillators used for frequency manipulation, limiters to control amplitude, de-emphasis and other filter circuits.
RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION Introduction RFID is a technology which enables detecting and identifying objects using electromagnetic radio waves. This is processed through exchange of information between a reader and a tag being attached to the object that includes the data associated with the object. This can be used to detect and classify vehicles, animals, patients, shipment goods and airline baggage.  RFID technology involves two main components, they are transponders which are also known as tags or labels, contain the relevant information about the object and other the interrogators, also known as readers or transceivers, that extract the data from the tags. These tags can be passive or active tags.
Amid the mid nineties, the Council of Logistics Management began distributed studies where reverse logistics was perceived as being significant both for business and society. Different studies took after focusing on the opportunities on reuse and reusing. In the late nineties, promoting parts of reuse and expanding item life of made things have been centered and point by point structure to set up and do reverse logistics projects have been proposed. Rogers and Tibben-Lembke have displayed an expansive accumulation of converse logistics business hones. Eltayeb et al.
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