On Mon, 2006-07-03 at 13:03 -0500, Ken Case wrote:
> I want to thank Gerry and Carl for their clear (and quick!) responses. Their
> responses were very enlightening from a technical point of view, and also
> caused me to realize I had done a poor job (in addition to being too wordy)
> of asking the question.
> My real question was if the Orion and Orion II rigs have always had this
> offset in the sweep (which appears to be technically proper), or if the
> software in either rig in the past compensated for whichever sideband was
> selected such that a natural sounding signal occurred when the sweep peak was
> at 0.
> It seemed to me that (in the past) if I tuned such that the peak of the sweep
> was at 0, the station was right there in a natural sounding voice. Or,
> alternatively, if I was talking with somebody, the peak was right at the 0
> point on the sweep screen. Did I just imagine this?
No, you didn't imagine that. That was AM with two side bands and full
carrier. SSB spectra don't work out that way.
73, Jerry, K0CQ,
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