double-sideband transmission

double-sideband transmission

[¦dəb·əl ¦sīd‚band tranz′mish·ən]
(communications)
The transmission of a modulated carrier wave accompanied by both of the sidebands resulting from modulation; the upper sideband corresponds to the sum of the carrier and modulation frequencies, whereas the lower sideband corresponds to the difference between the carrier and modulation frequencies.
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Thus, with a double-sideband transmission scheme, the maximum signaling rate is about 2,400 samples per second.

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