To graduate students in telecommunications

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I am just curious to know if, at the today’s universities, the following statement is still valid.

"Demodulating a single side-band suppressed carrier signal (SSB-SC) is much simpler than demodulating a double side-band suppressed carrier signal (DSB-SC)."

 

It was valid during my MS studies of electronics/communications engineering, in the 70’s.

Thank you in advance for any comment about it.

 

For instance, I raised this subject in March 2016. The mentioned test was supposed to be submitted as an MS thesis. But I had to return home earlier and start designing and producing various controllers needed by the local market (light controllers at the beginning, also for outdoor moving message signs using AC bulbs).

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/old-test-communications-dsb-sc?skey=dsb-sc

 

Kerim

Last Edited: Sun. Oct 21, 2018 - 11:19 AM