Difference between revisions of "Amplitude modulation"

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*Residual Sideband Modulation (modulation used for analog TV applications)
 
*Residual Sideband Modulation (modulation used for analog TV applications)
 
*[[Quadrature_Amplitude_Modulation|QAM, Quadrature Amplitude Modulation]]
 
*[[Quadrature_Amplitude_Modulation|QAM, Quadrature Amplitude Modulation]]
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''it would be nice to have a picture showing how AM signals in the frequency spectrum behave and how much bandwidth they allocate. A short overview of AM-related problems would be nice, too. Has anybody of you this info handy?''
   
   

Revision as of 14:03, 27 September 2004

What is AM?

Amplitude Modulation is the done by modulating the Amplitude of an sinoid Carrier signal using the incoming signal.

The Carrier signal is a sinusoid with a fixed Frequency at least twice as high as the highest frequency occuring in the spectrum of the incoming signal. Usually a much higher frequency is choosen.

Amplitude Modulation schemes have been widely used in Analog Radio.


Mathematical Setting

The output signal is the simple product of incoming signal and Carrier Signal.


An Example

Carrier Signal in time domain Carrier Signal in frequency domain (to be added)
Modulating Signal in time domain Modulating Signal in frequency domain (to be added)
AM Signal AM Signal in frequency domain (to be added)


Special Kinds of AM


Aquired Bandwidth

it would be nice to have a picture showing how AM signals in the frequency spectrum behave and how much bandwidth they allocate. A short overview of AM-related problems would be nice, too. Has anybody of you this info handy?


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