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  1. oister

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    is a dsbsc signal periodic?????? HOW?
    I could not find any good article on this......................:(
     
  2. mik3

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    What's a dsbsc signal?
     
  3. Papabravo

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    It might be double sideband suppressed carrier. If the carrier and the modulating signal are both pure sinewaves at a single frequency the the answer is yes. Each of the two sidebands will be a periodic signal. If f1 is the carrier and f2 is the modulating frequency and f1 >> f2 then the upper sideband will be periodic with a frequency of f1 + f2 and the lower sideband will be a periodic signal at a frequency of f1 - f2
     
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  6. oister

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    yup i was refering to double side band suppressed carrier n thankz so much papabravo