Understanding the 'Phasing Method' of Single Sideband Demodulation

Rick Lyons
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There are four ways to demodulate a transmitted single sideband (SSB) signal. Those four methods are: synchronous detection, phasing method, Weaver method, and filtering method. Here we review synchronous detection in preparation for explaining, in detail, how the phasing method works. This blog contains lots of preliminary information, so if you're already familiar with SSB signals you might want to scroll down to the 'SSB DEMODULATION BY SYNCHRONOUS DETECTION' section.




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hedi64
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thanks for your well writing article. but I'm looking for practical applications of ssb modulation for example in telephone line or radio broadcasting. how it works and what are its practical circuits. I'll thank you if you guide me in this way
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