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Binary Data Transmission Techniques for Linear Systems

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3 Author(s)
Doelz, M.L. ; Collins Radio Co., Burbank, Calif. ; Heald, E.T. ; Martin, D.L.

The linearity and highly stable frequency characteristics of modern single-sideband equipment make possible improvements in the frequency spectrum utilization and performance of binary data transmission systems. Problems associated with fully utilizing the binary data transmission potential of an SSB voice channel are discussed. These problems include consideration of frequency and phase stability of the SSB equipment and the propagation media, multipath reception of signals, delay distortion within the voice channel, maximum performance in the presence of noise, and maximum spectrum utilization. Equipment designed to transmit 3000 bits per second over a SSB voice channel is described. Comparative performance data with standard systems are included.

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Proceedings of the IRE  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 5 )