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single sideband

The upper or lower sideband of a carrier frequency that is amplitude modulated. To save power, the carrier and one of the sidebands is eliminated, leaving only a single sideband for transmission. Single sideband is used mostly in amateur radio (ham radio). See sideband.
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The 5120A platform offers a single, easy-to-use instrument for the accurate measurement of single sideband (SSB) phase noise and ADEV.
Tx functionality includes integrated I/Q modulator, IF VCO/PLL, single sideband (SSB) upconverter, VGA and driver amplifiers -- Includes integrated UHF PLL and Rx and Tx IF PLLs -- Tri-mode operation includes cdmaOne(TM), 3G CDMA2000 1X and Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS) -- Tx analog baseband interface compatible with MSM3100(TM), MSM3300(TM), MSM5105(TM), MSM5010(TM), MSM5100(TM) and MSM5500(TM) chipsets -- UHF and Rx IF PLLs include an input buffer to accept external VCO signals -- UHF PLL includes charge pump boost mode for fast acquisition -- All three PLLs independently power-down via serial bus interface (SBI) control
In 1969 Harris-Intertype acquired Rochester-based RF Communications, a manufacturer of single sideband and VHF radio equipment, and predecessor to the present day Harris RF Communications Division.
through which Sunair operates its high frequency single sideband communication business.
The High Frequency single sideband communications division is engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of High Frequency (HF) systems utilized for long- range voice and data communications in fixed station, mobile and marine strategic applications.
Equipped with Dual Conversion Superheterodyne Circuitry and capable of receiving Continuous Shortwave including Selectable Single Sideband, its performance and sensitivity are peerless.
Single Sideband Upconversion Mode -- Complex IF output allows offset of signal after analog quadrature modulator, placing LO feedthrough and unwanted sideband signal out of band.
Hybrid junctions are often used as part of more complex divider/coupler, balance mixers, image reject mixers, single sideband modulators, phased array and smart antenna feed network assemblies.

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