Question about Galaxy Radios DX-99V 40-Channels Base CB Radio
The frequency doesn't change when you change to USB or LSB. Basically the AM frequency takes up a certain amount of space, known as bandwidth, so it could fill in for example use 50 hertz above and below 27.185 giving 100 hertz bandwidth. When you use sidebands the am bandwidth is split in two so the upper side band would use the 50 hertz above 27.185 and the lower side band would use the 50 hertz below. The idea is that twice as many operators can operate without interference.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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