carrier suppression

carrier suppression

[′kar·ē·ər sə′presh·ən]
(communications)
Suppression of the carrier frequency after conventional modulation at the transmitter, with reinsertion of the carrier at the receiving end before demodulation.
Suppression of the carrier when there is no modulation signal to be transmitted; used on ships to reduce interference between transmitters.
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When interfaced with the TRF3702 in- phase/quadrature (I/Q) modulator, the IQ compensation feature of the DAC5687 allows optimization of phase, gain and DC offset to maximize carrier suppression and sideband rejection, while maximizing power to the modulator.
We believe both products will offer equipment manufacturers an unprecedented level of performance in terms of linearity, noise and carrier suppression.
For example, upper side band, lower side band, carrier suppression, and harmonics content may all be measured at once.
We believe this product will offer equipment manufacturers an outstanding level of performance in terms of linearity, noise and carrier suppression.
Over-Temperature Carrier Suppression Ideal For Base Stations
We believe the RF2484 has the best performance in the industry to meet the combination of linearity, carrier suppression and noise requirements for current and next generation base stations," said MaryBeth Healy, RFMD's marketing manager for infrastructure products.
Offering pin-to-pin compatibility, the RF2480 provides enhanced carrier suppression over temperature and increased linearity over supply voltage when compared to the RF2422, the company's preeminent direct quadrature modulator.