Re: The Right Sideband?


From: Brad Mitchell (bmitchel@CBA.Kodak.COM)
Date: Tue May 03 1994 - 13:53:39 EDT

Boy, good reading! I guess I didn't play throught the scenario about
D.C. Rigs to realize what could... happen. Also I cringed at the thought
of having to produce a continuious carrier for an infinte amount of time,
because It sounded like my college prof. Yes I remember that the faster the
data rate, the broader the bandwidth etc, but that's kinda off the point like
you said John :-)
Anyway, I guess that the bottom line is this...

I could be transmitting on 7040, and receive with my D.C. receiver on
7040 - 700 Hz or I could be tranmitting on 7040 -1.4 kHz and recieve on
7040 - 700 Hz as well.
So I've go that point no problem. I never ran into that, or is that why
I have such better luck with the nn1g vs the Sudden Rx and cubic incher
? :-) :-)

Also, Yes I too found that there was a significant difference between the two
on one of the NN1G rigs that I made. Apparantly some definite Asymmetry in
73 guys/gals Brad WB8YGG

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