What three signals can be added to give an am wave

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What three signals can be added togive an AM wave? Definition: carrier, upperside band, and lowerside band What is the name given to an AMsignal whose carrier is modulated bybinary pulses? Term: What is the value of the phasorrepresentation of AM signals? Definition: Term: True or false? The modulating signalappears in the output spectrum of anAM signal. Definition:
Term: What percentage of the total power inan AM signal is in the carrier? Onesideband? Both sidebands? Definition: Term: Does the carrier of an AM signalcontain any information? Explain. Definition: no Term: What is the name of a signal that has both sidebands but no carrier? Definition: double sideband suppressed carrier Term: What is the name of the circuit used to eliminate the carrier in DSB/SSB transmissions? Definition: balance modulator Term: What is the minimum bandwidth AMsignal that can be transmitted and stillconvey all the?????? necessaryintelligence? Definition: single side band
Term: State the four main benefits of SSB over conventional AM. Definition: spectrum space, produce a stronger signal; less noise; farther distances Term: Name two applications for SSB and two applications for DSB. Definition: long-distance wire or microwave telephony; cable and radar

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