SSB Explanation

From Hackaday via South Gate ARC:

Math Behind SSB Explained!
Al Williams WD5GNR writes on Hackaday about how voice is transmitted over radio waves
AM, or amplitude modulation, was the earliest way of sending voice over radio waves. That makes sense because it is easy to modulate a signal and easy to demodulate it, as well. A carbon microphone is sufficient to crudely modulate an AM signal and diode — even a piece of natural crystal — will suffice to demodulate it.
Outside of broadcast radio, most AM users migrated to single side band or SSB. On an AM receiver that sounds like Donald Duck, but with a little work, it will sound almost as good as AM, and in many cases better.
Read the full article and watch the video at

Why is Donald Duck on the Radio? Math Behind Single Sideband Explained


Source:
http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2018/january/why-is-donald-duck-on-the-radio.htm

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