That is not true. Police VHF radios use narrow band FM. SSB is certainly legal on all of the Amateur Bands that I enjoy operating on. You are correct that it is illegal to operate with any modulation mode on the Police Radio Bandsssb is for radio police and it is illegal
Use for what? Each has its uses, its pros and its cons.Please i want make comparing between FM and AM and which is better to use?
This is just a silly, meaningless, assertion. More interesting are illegal numbers.ssb is for radio police and it is illegal
I will start by agreeing with your overall point. It bugs me when people who know little say things like "NTSC is 60 Hz and PAL is 50 Hz" when in truth PAL and NTSC are color coding schemes which have absolutely nothing to do with frame frequency. Just because most 50 Hz systems use PAL does not mean you cannot use NTSC.Ahh...this is a picky point but the modulation technique used has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with propagation characteristics.
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