Amplitude to DC (1 Viewer)

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My scenario:
LNA 433MHz signal (21dB) from antenna and the difference between the two signals with a 4.1dB gain. I would like to take the result of the difference amplifier an produce a DC value that is proportional to the output.

Question 1:
What type of circuit would lower the frequency to something like 50MHz?

Question 2:
What type of circuit would take the amplitude of a 50MHz sine wave signal and convert it to a DC voltage that is proportional?

Many thanks!
Ryan
 
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Answer 1:
A mixer

Answer 2:
A detector diode.
 

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