Today you added that you have a mixer and oscillator, so maybe the circuit you posted is the IF amplifier and detector?as to the objections, the picked signal is too weak. for that reason I need to work on the detector and hopefully I can to solve that issue.
Disable the automatic-gain-control, tune in a weak distant station and peak the IF transformers.thank you all for the quick response. how would I tune the IF amplifier?
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