Radio, Transmitters and transmission, Single sideband radio
This research report investigates a unique method of generating single sideband power, which is particularly useful in transistorized transmitters operating at VHF frequencies. Radio frequency power id developed by class C amplifiers, rather than conventional class A or B amplifiers. Currently, VHF power transistors are not well adapted for use as linear amplifiers, and will function far better in the class C mode. A prototype VHF transmitter which develops single sideband power with nonlinear amplifiers was designed and constructed. The transmitter characteristics were measured and analyzed to establish the feasibility of the new design.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
viii, 104 pages
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Radio -- Transmitters and transmission, Radio Single sideband
Roos, Ermi, "A Solid State VHF Single Sideband Transmitter" (1973). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 71.