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 to Calculate Transmitted Power of DSB-SC with respect to Modulation Index?
Transmitted Power of DSB-SC with respect to Modulation Index calculator uses Transmitted Power of DSB-SC = Carrier Power DSB-SC*((Modulation Index in DSB-SC^2)/2) to calculate the Transmitted Power of DSB-SC, Transmitted power of DSB-SC with respect to modulation index is equal to the sum of powers of upper sideband and lower sideband frequency components. And it is the actual amount of power (in watts) of a particular frequency energy that a transmitter produces at its output. Transmitted Power of DSB-SC is denoted by P_{t-DSB} symbol.
How to calculate Transmitted Power of DSB-SC with respect to Modulation Index using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Transmitted Power of DSB-SC with respect to Modulation Index, enter Carrier Power DSB-SC (P_{c-DSB}) & Modulation Index in DSB-SC (μ_{DSB}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Transmitted Power of DSB-SC with respect to Modulation Index calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.20808 = 1.156*((0.7^2)/2).