Receiver design in a commercial, marine, single-sideband transceiver.
Hamon, Richard Warren
Ewing, Gerald D.
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Design of the receiver portion of a solid-state, state-ofthe- art, single-sideband, 2-17 MHz transceiver is presented. A short comparison of amplitude-modulated and single-sideband systems is offered. The unique requirements of commercial, marine communications are considered and the method of their fulfillment in this transceiver is discussed. Circuitry common to both receiver and transmitter is presented in detail. Receiver testing and specific results are included.
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