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Receiver design in a commercial, marine, single-sideband transceiver

by Richard Warren Hamon

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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    For example, the AT will match a 7 m (23 feet) long wire antenna across the marine band in the - MHz tic tuningNo manual tuning is needed. Just push the [TUNE] switch on an Icom HF marine transceiver; the AT adjusts the antenna and the transceiver to the minimum SWR in.   I wasn't going to reinvent the wheel so I used a commercial (ad in QST) KVG 8 pole crystal filter for a 9 MHz IF in my 6 meter SSB transceiver. Switching between a SRA mixer and a SRA-Hi balanced modulator at 9 MHz was handled by CD bilateral switches (quite advanced for its time) for changing between transmit and receive.

    Compact Design. ANL Switch and PA/CB Switch. 7 Watts of Audio Output and Instant Emergency Channel 9. AnyTone AT 10Meter Amateur CB moblie radio 40CH 60W High Power AM FM SSB Amateur Transceiver. out of 5 stars $ $ Get it as Tecsun Radio PL DSP Fm Am Stereo World Band Receiver,Small Size Radio. out of. Richard Warren Hamon has written: 'Receiver design in a commercial, marine, single-sideband transceiver' -- subject(s): Electronics Asked in Electronics Engineering.

    Get the best deals on Furuno Boat Radio and Communication when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items Furuno FS Marine Watt SSB Single Sideband Radio Telephone. $ Brand: Furuno. Free shipping. Furuno Fm Marine Commercial VHF Radio Transceiver w/ Microphone. $ Frequency Modulation vs. Single Sideband on the VHF Bands - What's the Difference? Paul Bock, K4MSG. Some time ago I was part of a discussion concerning the relative advantages of single sideband (SSB) over frequency modulation (FM) for VHF direct station-to-station communications, commonly referred to as simplex operation.


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Receiver design in a commercial, marine, single-sideband transceiver by Richard Warren Hamon Download PDF EPUB FB2

H RECEIVER DESIGN IN A COMMERCIAL, MARINE, SINGLE-SIDEBAND TRANSCEIVER By Richard Warren Hamon Lieutenan r, United States Navy B S., U. Naval Academy, Submitted in partial fulfillment for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS from the NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL September AQNJ % ABSTRACT Design of the receiver portion of a solid-state, state-of- the-art, single-sideband.

Receiver design in a commercial, marine, single-sideband transceiver. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Receiver design in a commercial, marine, single-sideband transceiver. by Hamon, Richard Warren. Publication date TZ Topics Electronics. A short comparison of amplitude-modulated and single-sideband systems is offered.

The unique requirements of commercial, marine communications are considered and the method of their fulfillment in this transceiver is discussed. Circuitry common to both receiver and transmitter is presented in : Richard Warren Hamon.

Transmitter Design in a Commercial Marine, Single-Sideband Transceiver. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for wordpress Transmitter Design in a Commercial Marine, Single-Sideband Transceiver.

by Pages: GROUP 1REPOR T TITLE Transmitter Design in a Commercial, Marine, Single-Sideband Transceiver DESCRIPTIVE NOTES (Type ot report ive dates) Thesis, December AU T ho R is 1 (Firs t name, middle initial, last name) Kenneth Bygler REPOR T D A TE December la. TOTAL NO OF PAGES 85 NO.

Abstract. Design of the transmitter portion of a solid state, state of- the-art, single -sideband, MHz transceiver is presented. A short discussion of the theory of single sideband and a comparison of single sideband systems with amplitude modulated systems are also : Kenneth Bygler.

Solid State Design for the Radio Amateur, great book indeed, but ouch. Prices on amazon: used from $, new from marine. That’s in my very humble opinion the best argument in. The Aquacom SSB transceiver is a 5 watt, multichannel Receiver design in a commercial sideband underwater telephone designed with Professional Search & Rescue Teams in mind.

The Aquacom SSB can be configured to operate with virtually any style full face mask (FFM) or mouth mask. Despite several advances in offshore voice communications such as satphones, marine single sideband (SSB) isn't going away anytime soon. That's because SSB, unlike satphones, allows an unlimited number of people to listen to a transmission at the same time.

As such, SSB is the only way to go for the various regional cruising nets, such as the. It seems like it was just yesterday that amateur radio guru Gordon West was guiding Practical Sailor readers through the maze of marine single-sideband (SSB) radios on the market. In fact, it was nearly 20 years ago.

While the high-frequency (HF) marine radio landscape has shifted dramatically since then, Wests advice for those who are trying to choose between a marine SSB or a. COMMERCIAL Commercial users of the HF spectrum typically use this equipment to contact personnel in distant or remote areas, where any other medium would be either impossible or too expensive.

MILITARY Various branches of the military have traditionally used the. The Siltronix Model B Single Sideband Transceiver is designed to be used in SSB, AM, or CW modes in the 10 meter amateur radio band.

In addition, the B is also a tunable receiver in the CB band. Export models for volts are available on spe-cial order. For volts DC operation in mobile, marine or portable.

Figure 2: Hamstick Antenna mounted to the stern rail. SSB Weather FAX Service. Once a good quality Single Sideband receiver (Unfortunately, the Elecraft K2 only covers the Ham bands and receipt of weather FAX is not possible with this radio.) and computer are on board, a logical extension is to use the equipment to receive the latest weather information.

The MST (Minimalist Sideband Transceiver) is an easy to build and fun to use single sideband QRP transceiver for the 40M or 80M amateur MST transceiver follows a minimalist design making it inexpensive and simple to build yet still delivering excellent performance and being a pleasure to operate.

In contrast, waves from marine single-sideband (SSB) radios travel up to the F layer of the ionosphere, 75 to about miles above the Earth. Highly charged particles and gases there reflect the waves back to the Earth's surface (a process called sky-wave propagation) hundreds and even thousands of miles from their : Marti Brown.

Single sideband (SSB) modulation provides the advantage of using all of the available transmitter power to convey information using voice or digital means. Typical uses include communication with commercial high frequency shore stations that can connect to the world's telephone system, communication with other vessels and amateur (ham) radio.

Single sideband is the predominant phone mode used for over-the-horizon skip propagation via the ionosphere. Read on to take a closer look at the basics of SSB phone mode and to better understand its complexities and operating nuances relative to FM channelized ops.

Now you can receive weatherfax, telex, satellite weather images, amateur radio, and global news -without the expense and licensing requirements of a single sideband transceiver (SSB). This SiTex receiver-only covers the entire 30 kHz to 30 mHz range. Listen to Brand: Si Tex. Single Side Band Radios SSB.

HF/SSB radios allow you to communicate from 75 miles to 3, miles offshore and beyond, depending on propagation, so you can stay in contact worldwide. Marine HF radios are often referred to as SSB radios, because for all marine frequencies, transmissions are always made in single-sideband mode.

Propagation is an issue with SSB and its a general rule. 10m DSB QRP transmitter with VFO - a design using NE and SBL1 mixers. Transceiver DSB 28MHz - from F6FEO JF1OZL's DSB transmitter for 21MHz - simple design based around a TA IC. MFJ 10m SSB transceiver - handbook Tenner 10m QRP CW transceiver - my own circuit described elsewhere on this site NB6M 10m CW transceiver - built Manhatten.

Also worth considering, this transceiver has an excellent receiver with better filters and a smaller footprint than the Alinco DX-SR8T. Though it costs nearly twice as much as the Alinco, it’s on sale until 11/30/13 for $ from Universal Radio.

The Yaesu FTD. This is probably the most compact among the transceiver options listed above. Schematics and details are found in the full article in March QST, and design notes interesting thing about this radio is that its VFO, power amplifier, and front-end cover all HF.KC8RWR ; 2-Meter SSB on ?

I'm not sold on the idea of mixing modes on a calling frequency. The pressence of SSB noise as it comes out of an FM receiver could encourage anyone monitoring FM simplex to stop.