5 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Number of Samples
Number of samples=Sampling frequency/Maximum frequency GO
Bandwidth of VSB
Bandwidth of VSB=Maximum frequency+Vestige frequency GO
Bandwidth of AM wave
Bandwidth of AM wave=2*Maximum frequency GO
Sampling Theorem
Sampling frequency=2*Maximum frequency GO
Bandwidth of SSB
Bandwidth of SSB=Maximum frequency GO

Bandwidth in DSB-SC Formula

Bandwidth in DSB-SC=2*Maximum frequency
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Sampling Theorem GO
Sampling period GO
Number of Samples GO
Number of quantization levels GO
Quantization step size GO
Signal to noise ratio GO
Crest Factor GO
Bandwidth of AM wave GO
Modulation Index GO
Amplitude Sensitivity of Modulator GO
Modulation index when amplitude sensitivity is given GO
Modulation index when maximum and minimum amplitude is given GO
Amplitude of Carrier Signal GO
Amplitude of Modulating Signal GO
Minimum Amplitude GO
Maximum amplitude GO
Carrier Power GO
Upper Sideband Power GO
Lower Sideband Power GO
Lower Sideband Power when carrier power is given GO
Upper Sideband Power when carrier power is given GO
Total Power GO
Total Power when modulation index is given GO
Total Current GO
Transmission Efficiency GO
Transmission Efficiency for Triangular Signal GO
Transmission Efficiency for Square Wave GO
Bandwidth of VSB GO
Bandwidth of SSB GO
Transmitted power of DSB-SC GO
Transmitted power of SSB GO
Transmitted power of DSB-SC when modulation index is given GO
Transmitted power of SSB when modulation index is given GO

What is DSB-SC?

In the process of Amplitude Modulation, the modulated wave consists of the carrier wave and two sidebands. The modulated wave has the information only in the sidebands. Sideband is nothing but a band of frequencies, containing power, which are the lower and higher frequencies of the carrier frequency. The transmission of a signal, which contains a carrier along with two sidebands can be termed as Double Sideband Full Carrier system or simply DSBFC. However, such a transmission is inefficient. Because, two-thirds of the power is being wasted in the carrier, which carries no information. If this carrier is suppressed and the saved power is distributed to the two sidebands, then such a process is called as Double Sideband Suppressed Carrier system or simply DSBSC.

How is bandwidth of DSB-SC obtained?

The bandwidth of a signal is always of significance for many reasons, but predominately, it determines how many channels (or stations) are available in a specific band. Thus, the bandwidth of DSBSC wave is same as that of AM wave and it is equal to twice the frequency of the modulating signal.

How to Calculate Bandwidth in DSB-SC?

Bandwidth in DSB-SC calculator uses Bandwidth in DSB-SC=2*Maximum frequency to calculate the Bandwidth in DSB-SC, Bandwidth in DSB-SC is the difference between the highest and lowest frequencies of the modulated signal. It is denoted as BW. Bandwidth in DSB-SC and is denoted by BW symbol.

How to calculate Bandwidth in DSB-SC using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Bandwidth in DSB-SC, enter Maximum frequency (fm) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Bandwidth in DSB-SC calculation can be explained with given input values -> 100 = 2*50.

FAQ

What is Bandwidth in DSB-SC?
Bandwidth in DSB-SC is the difference between the highest and lowest frequencies of the modulated signal. It is denoted as BW and is represented as BW=2*fm or Bandwidth in DSB-SC=2*Maximum frequency. Maximum frequency is the highest frequency of a band-limited continuous-time signal.
How to calculate Bandwidth in DSB-SC?
Bandwidth in DSB-SC is the difference between the highest and lowest frequencies of the modulated signal. It is denoted as BW is calculated using Bandwidth in DSB-SC=2*Maximum frequency. To calculate Bandwidth in DSB-SC, you need Maximum frequency (fm). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Maximum frequency and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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