I'm confused, isn't it also a natural tendency for
those in the Ham Radio "hobby" to enjoy putting out a
stronger signal. It sure sounds a lot better on the
air. Where should we stop at maximizing QRO? Should
we change the numbers to 4,000 watts, 6,000 watts,
hey, I'll bet 10,000 Watts would really give me a nice
signal. Just think of my signal reports! Especially if
I ran my audio at 6 MHZ wide, too. What about the
silly Band limits? Oh baby, I love this hobby. (I
--- Robert & Linda McGraw K4TAX <RMcGraw@Blomand.Net>
> Yes and one can maximize the fidelity into the realm
> of violation of the FCC
> regs. I for one have been in the SSB bandwidth vs.
> AM bandwidth debate for
> years. And yes, I run full carrier DSB otherwise
> Amplitude Modulation at
> 1500 watts PEP. Simply stated, they are two
> different modes just like SSB
> and CW are two different modes thus two different
> bandwidths stipulated.
> Guaranteed and fact; the definition of SSB is one
> which is reduced in
> bandwidth for efficient communications. One will
> only get a certain amount
> of information through a 2.8 KHz bandwidth, I don't
> care how you shape it or
> compress it. Experiment all you wish but be
> prepared to justify your
> results to the FCC. And in another persons words,
> "I can't think of a
> reason that will be acceptable".
> The bottom line, take any portion of the audio
> spectrum, send it through a
> 2.8 KHz filter and you have 2.8 KHz of some portion
> of the audio spectrum.
> Be it 20 Hz to 2820Hz or be it 500 Hz to 3300 Hz or
> be it 2500 Hz to 5300 Hz
> you still end up with 2.8 KHz of bandwidth. You
> pick how you want it to
> sound. Have you ever wondered why the female voice
> sounds somewhat
> different on SSB? It is the content of the voice
> vs. the section of the
> audio spectrum processed.
> The SSB spectrum was developed for the typical male
> voice which has more low
> frequencies and fewer high frequencies as compared
> to the typical female
> voice. I'd expect the ARGO V with its 500 Hz low
> end response and a bit
> more high end response to sound quite good with the
> female voice. On the
> other hand, that's most likely why the concerns of
> the frequency response
> with the male voice are being expressed.
> Now as to experimentation, if one wishes to develop
> a system that has a S/N
> ratio of better than 70 dB with a distortion of less
> than 0.01% and an equal
> quality detection system, then this is legal and is
> very much a natural part
> of the ham radio hobby. Have at it.
> As to enhanced transmit frequency response requiring
> more bandwidth for SSB,
> don't go there.
> Bob, K4TAX
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