A comparison of AM and various SSB modes on 2182 kHz.
Mass, Kenneth Richard
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The Federal Communications Commission is requiring a conversion to single sideband on the 2 MHz band. However, on 2182 kHz, because of international agreement; only the A3H mode is authorized after 1 January, 1977. Many users of this mode have reported a drastic reduction in range of transmission, using authorized power levels. This thesis is a comparison of power requirements for AM and single sideband, and a discussion of the A3H problem.
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