Transmitter Design in a Commercial Marine, Single-Sideband Transceiver
Ewing, Gerald D.
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Design of the transmitter portion of a solid state, state of- the-art, single -sideband, 2-17 MHz transceiver is presented. A short discussion of the theory of single sideband and a comparison of single sideband systems with amplitude modulated systems are also presented. The unique requirements of commercial, marine communications are considered and the method of their fulfillment in this transceiver is discussed. Circuitry common to both the receiver and the transmitter is presented in detail.
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