The threshold effect in demodulators is

a) The rapid fall of output SNR when the input SNR falls below a particular value

b) Exhibited by all the demodulators when the input SNR is low

c) Exhibited by all AM suppressed carrier coherent demodulators

d) Exhibited by correlation receivers
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The threshold effect in demodulators is The rapid fall of output SNR when the input SNR falls below a particular value

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