Single Sideband Modulation (SSB)

Single Sideband Modulation (SSB): Single Sideband Modulation (SSB) can he obtained by passing the output of a carrier suppressor (product modulator) through filter circuits that are selective to transmit one…

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Single Sideband Techniques Articles

Single Sideband Techniques Articles: Define Suppression of Carrier : Three main systems are employed for the generation of SSB; the filter method, the phase cancellation method and the “third method.”…

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Extensions of Single Sideband Amplitude Modulation

Extensions of Single Sideband Amplitude Modulation: The Extensions of Single Sideband Amplitude Modulation is namely, Forms of Amplitude Modulation: This section on amplitude modulation defines, describes and lists the main applications…

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Single Sideband

Single Sideband: A brief, if not oversimplified, explanation of Single Sideband will help in understanding the transmission process. To begin, we must review some basic transmission processes. The physical length…

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Methods of Suppressing Unwanted Sidebands

Methods of Suppressing Unwanted Sidebands: As stated earlier, the three practical methods of SSB generation all use the balanced modulator to suppress the carrier, but each uses a different method…

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Electronics Engineering Articles

Electronics Engineering Articles: This Electronics Engineering Articles which includes the following topics: Gate Turn Off Thyristor (GTO) – Symbol, Operations and Applications Types of Power Supply in Electronics What is…

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Types of Amplitude Modulation (AM)

Types of Amplitude Modulation (AM): As we know already that, one carrier and two sidebands are produced in AM generation. However, it is not essential that all these signals are…

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