single-sideband

single-sideband

[′siŋ·gəl ′sīd‚band]
(communications)
Pertaining to single-sideband communication. Abbreviated SSB.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Fang, "Single-sideband time-modulated phased array," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol.
Transmission of three MIMO radio signals all with 2.44 GHz carrier frequency over an optical fiber was proposed and demonstrated using an electrical single-sideband frequency translation (ESSB-FT) technique [10].
When characterizing the noise performance of a mixer, either the double-sideband or single-sideband noise figure (NF) can be used.
The [LO.sub.1] signal is generated from [LO.sub.2] by a frequency multiplier consisting of a frequency doubler (x2) and a frequency divider (/2) and a single-sideband (SSB) upconverter [19,20].
Because of the sideband symmetry that follows from narrowband approximations, phase noise can be expressed as a single-sideband value.
The Oregon State Marine Board seeks public input regarding the use of satellite telephones as an alternative to single-sideband radios when operating beyond 20 miles offshore.
In an I/Q modulator, the signal is up-converted using quadrature mixers resulting in a single-sideband RF output.
The unit is capable of operating as a four-channel 500 MHz 16-bit D/A converter or as a two-channel digital upconverter delivering bandwidths up to 160 MHz through single-sideband or quadrature outputs.
The RF output is generated by means of single-sideband modulation with the I and Q video signals producing the modulating waveforms.
While the use of digital transmission and single-sideband techniques are increasing the capacity of microwave, they pose a new challenge to the frequency coordinator.
In single-sideband (SSB) applications, half of the power in the unwanted sideband gets filtered out.
It is capable of operating as a 4-channel 500 MHz 16-bit D/A converter, or as a 2-channel digital upconverter delivering bandwidths up to 160 MHz through single-sideband or quadrature outputs.

Full browser ?