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Lab Project Report on

DOUBLE SIDE BAND SUPPRESSED CARRIER


Carried out and Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement of

Analog Communications Lab


Class: III B. Tech ECE (A)

A.Y.: 2014-2015 First Semester


By

G.S.Archana

Roll No. 12311A0410

D.Aruna

Roll No.12311A0411

S.Baby Mounika

Roll No.12311A0412

Name of the Faculty In-charge: L.V.R Chaitanya Prasad


Assistant Professor, ECE Dept

Department of
Electronics and Communication Engineering
SREENIDHI INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
(An Autonomous Institution under JNTUH)

Faculty Signature

Contents
ABSTRACT

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Conclusion
References

Introduction
1.1

Objective

1.2

Components used and Technical specifications

Hardware Description
2.1

Circuit Diagram

2.2

Components Description

2.3

Working Principle

Project Implementation and Results


3.1

Implementation Procedure

3.2

Results

ABSTRACT:
Double-sideband suppressed-carrier transmission (DSB-SC) is transmission in which
frequencies produced by amplitude modulation (AM) are symmetrically spaced above
and below the carrier frequency and the carrier level is reduced to the lowest practical
level, ideally being completely suppressed. In the DSB-SC modulation, unlike in AM, the
wave carrier is not transmitted; thus, much of the power is distributed between the
sidebands, which implies an increase of the cover in DSB-SC, compared to AM, for the
same power used. DSB-SC transmission is a special case of double-sideband reduced
carrier transmission. It is used for radio data systems.
DSB-SC is basically an amplitude modulation wave without the carrier, therefore
reducing power waste, giving it a 50% efficiency. This is an increase compared to normal
AM transmission (DSB), which has a maximum efficiency of 33.333%, since 2/3 of the
power is in the carrier which carries no intelligence, and each sideband carries the same
information. Single Side Band (SSB) Suppressed Carrier is 100% efficient.
The MC1496 is a monolithic transistor array arranged as a balanced modulatordemodulator. The device takes advantage of the excellent matching qualities of
monolithic devices to provide superior carrier and signal rejection. Carrier suppressions
of 50dB at 10MHz are typical with no external balancing networks required.Applications
include AM and suppressed carrier modulators, AM and FM demodulators, and phase
detector

INTRODUCTION:
OBJECTIVE:
To design and study the working of DOUBLE SIDE BAND SUPPRESSED
CARRIER.

COMPONENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS:

1496 IC
Resistors-1k,1.2k,820,3.3k,100

Capacitors-10u,100n,1n.

Vector board

Function generator

Cathode Ray Oscilloscope(CRO)

Power supply

CRO probes and Connecting wires

HARDWARE DESCRIPTION:
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS:
FUNCTION GENERATOR:
A function generator is usually a piece of electronic test equipment or software used to
generate different types of electrical waveforms over a wide range of frequencies. Some
of the most common waveforms produced by the function generator are the sine, square,
triangular and saw tooth shapes. These waveforms can be either repetitive or single-shot
(which requires an internal or external trigger source).]Integrated circuits used to generate
waveforms may also be described as function generator ICs.
Although function generators cover both audio and RF frequencies, they are usually not
suitable for applications that need low distortion or stable frequency signals. When those
traits are required, other signal generators would be more appropriate. Some function

generators can be phase-locked to an external signal source (which may be a frequency


reference) or another function generator.Function generators are used in the development,
test and repair of electronic equipment. For example, they may be used as a signal source
to test amplifiers or to introduce an error signal into a control loop.

1496 IC:
MC1496B was designed
for use where the output
voltage is a product of
an input voltage (signal)
and a switching function
(carrier). Typical
applications include suppressed carrier and amplitude modulation, synchronous detection,
FM detection, phase detection, and chopper applications.

Excellent Carrier Suppression


65 dB typ @ 0.5 MHz
50 dB typ @ 10 MHz

Adjustable Gain and Signal Handling

Balanced Inputs and Outputs

High Common Mode Rejection -85 dB typical

WORKING:
Modulation
We explained the
theory of amplitude
modulation above, but
what sort of circuit is
actually used?
The symbol for
amplitude modulation
is a multiplier, but
actual circuits use the
nonlinearity of
transistors or diodes,

or switching operations.
For example, if a modulating signal is input to a circuit using non-linear amplification,
several higher harmonics are generated in the output due to the amplification
characteristics of the circuit. This higher harmonic contains a sum (or difference)
component of the information signal frequency and carrier frequency, and if a suitable
filter is used to eliminate the unwanted components, the correct amplitude modulation
waveform can be obtained.
Demodulation
Demodulation (detection) methods for amplitude modulation on the receiving side
include synchronous detection and asynchronous detection. Synchronous detection
demodulates the received signal by multiplying it with a carrier frequency which has the
same frequency and phase as the transmission carrier wave. Asynchronous detection
includes envelope detection and rectification detection. With asynchronous detection, the
information signal m(t) must be incorporated in the envelope of the receiving waveform.
With a modulation factor of 100% or more, demodulation is not possible with
asynchronous detection, but with synchronous detection, correct demodulation is
possible. However, synchronous detection requires complex, costly circuits.

IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURE:

Connect the circuit as per circuit diagram.


Apply m(t) of frequency 500Hz and amplitude greater than 0.1v
Apply c(t) of amplitude 50mv and frequency 250KHz.
Observe the output DSBSC waveform at Vo.
Plot the waveforms (Amplitude, frequency) of m(t) and s(t) to the same time base
scale.
Repeat the experiment for under modulation, 100% modulation and over
modulation by varying the 10k potentiometer.

RESULT:

CONCLUSION:
The design of DOUBLE SIDE BAND SUPPRESSED CARRIER is done and output
is obtained.

REFERENCES:
This article incorporates public domain material from the General Services
Administration document "Federal Standard 1037C"
Electronic communications by George Kennedy.
Analog communications 1st edition by B.P lathi.