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What is the linear output pin in RF module ?

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RF module problem

i have an RF module, it workd perfect, but in the receiver there is a pin called linear outpt,does anybody know what is it?
 

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RF module problem

It's the demodulator/detector output of the receiver. From here there would be an AGC which eventually drives the digital output.
The linear output also has a DC bias. And its amplitude varies with the distance.
Not normally used.

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