|[AMRadio] use of scope to monitor output audio|
brett.gazdzinski at verizonbusiness.com
Wed Mar 22 08:07:19 EST 2006
I have never noticed any difference in the sound, what gets
to the other end will be lower in signal strength with some setups,
not much difference with other setups like open wire feeders.
Any watt meter will not be accurate I would think.
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> How does a high vswr affect the modulated envelope on an AM TX?
> I would expect a decrease of forward power to decrease the
> envelope and
> distort the signal somehow. Perhaps suppressing the audio?
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