|Speech Processing Re: [AMRadio] RE: MODULATION POWER REQUIRED|
macklinbob at msn.com
Fri Feb 15 10:52:51 EST 2008
I have not looked at the EICO modulator clipper. But I would expect it to be
the type of speech processor shown in the ARRL handbooks from the 50's and
I work with both tubes and solid state. Today this is the kind of thing that
would be done with DSP. Why? Remote control!
Look through some of the older ARRL Handbooks. These are easy to do in
either tube or transistor circuits.
In tube circuits it was common to use inductor/capacitor low pass filters.
In transistor designs it was common to use active filters.
"Real Radios Glow in the Dark"
----- Original Message -----
From: "RJ Mattson" <rjmattson at hvi.net>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
<amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2008 7:25 AM
Subject: Speech Processing Re: [AMRadio] RE: MODULATION POWER REQUIRED
> Let me know what u decide on. I'm running qrp AM and need every ounce to
> I can't waste power to be hifi.
> Was your ckt similar to the Eico modulator clipper?
> I assume you will strictly use tooobes? :-)
> bob...w2ami x wn2ami 1962
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bob Macklin" <macklinbob at msn.com>
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] RE: MODULATION POWER REQUIRED
> I understand the modern RICEBOXES had speech processing the clips peaks
> filters the audio.
> I had a tube speech processor back in the 60's. It was a classic
> clipper/filter. It worked very well. For a lower power transmitter like
> smaller Heath DX units you can increase the voice level clipping and
> filtering there by generating a higher modulation index without over
> modulating. And if properly set you won't exceed the legal limits.
> I am going to build another one for my current DX-60.
> Bob Macklin
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