Questions tagged [ssb]

Single Side Band - Amplitude Modulated signals transmitted using only one side band, often with suppressed carrier.

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SSB offset determination?

Is there any algorithmic way to determine if the mixed frequency offset in an SSB SDR demodulator is wrong (too high or low), other than listening for funny sounding voices? (perhaps by checking to ...
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Why do we use LSB below 10 MHz and USB above 10 MHz when operating SSB HF?

As a relatively new ham operator, I understand that it is customary to use lower-sideband below 10 MHz and upper-side band above 10Mhz when operating single-sideband HF. I'm curious how we got to such ...
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Why does SSB have the hollow voice sound?

When I listen to SSB, it has the very familiar tunnel-voice sound. What properties make it sound like this? With a Carrier and an extra sideband as AM, I don't hear the tunnel-effect at all. Is there ...
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Single Side Band AM vs FM

I know the difference between AM and FM, but could anyone explain to me what is the differences between single side band AM and conventional FM? So far as I know the SSB modulation will reduce the ...
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Up converted audio transmission

I was thinking about all the different modulation methods and something came to my head. After seeing up converters that convert HF to VHF for SDR (software defined radio) dongles to be able to listen,...