Single Sideband (SSB) Tuning Tips

Single Sideband (SSB) presents some unique challenges to the new amateur radio operator. You can read all you want in books, but it’s still hard. This video demonstrates how it’s done and what it should sound like.

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2 Responses to Single Sideband (SSB) Tuning Tips

  1. Dave says:

    For historical reasons, those bands above 10 MHz (20, 17, 15, 12, 10) are USB, and those bands below 10 MHz (160, 80, 40) are LSB. However, there is an exception to the rule: 60M, which is USB by regulation.

  2. dirk says:

    Regarding SSB : Using USB or LSB on which Frequency !

    Hi Dave !

    I head about using USB or LSB Mode is different on 80/40/20/10 ?

    80m and 40 is using another Sideband then 20m and 10m.
    Am I right. And if so, what is the rule ?

    kind regards

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