|[AMRadio] Re: GB> AM vs SSB???|
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Fri Apr 6 19:49:51 EDT 2007
Is 3805 Khz a new AM calling frequency?
I heard an AMer get bounced about operating there.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Grant Youngman" <nq5t at tx.rr.com>
To: "'Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service'"
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Sent: Friday, April 06, 2007 7:43 PM
Subject: RE: [AMRadio] Re: GB> AM vs SSB???
>> The main reason ssb will sound better on a collins than on some of the
>> cheaper rigs is that their audio chain has 1% distortion instead
>> of the usual 10% distortion, and they also use a decent loudspeaker.
> Actually, I've never thought Collins SSB sounded all that terribly good.
> The KWS-1 has a bit wider transmit filter than the other usual suspects,
> in general, the transmit bandwidth is too narrow. There are important
> queues in both the low end and high end (up to 4Khz or so) speech spectrum
> that are completely missing. This isn't just a Collins problem -- I'm not
> singling them out to pick on. And the typical receiver, with it's shiny
> Khz mechanical filter or equivalent, chops those important queues out even
> if they were being transmitted.
> I am not a proponent (nor opponent, either) of high fi SSB, but you don't
> have to go too far beyond what is the politically correct norm to get a
> signal that can actually be well understood (per Bacon's point).
> And of course there are other factors -- tuning errors, distortion
> a heavy hand on the "processing" control, what-have-you. AM signals can
> mushy and hard to understand, too.
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