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The Leonard Kahn powerside for AM Broadcasting is a successor of the Kahn Compatable single sideband system. It was tested in the years 1958 and 1959 by WABC, WSM and several other big broadcasters.
The AM multipath acts in a different way due to the reason that it has the longer wavelength of the frequency. it catches a slow rolling effect rather than 'picket fencing'.
AM has a carrier and two sidebands. There is a very particular phase relationship between them. If the phase relationship of the upper and lower sidebands would be disturbed, the signal will also get distorted.
The signal can also be disrupted because of disturbed relationship between the sidebands to the carrier. Moreover, it would not get extracted completely in the envelope detector.
The strength of powerside is in its capacity to modify the signal in a way that the one sideband is not of interest to the receiver any longer. It has the prospective of abridging multipath effects with approximately one half.
This is to say that Powerside can be of advantage for any station with a damaged signal due to re-radiation.
There is a great benefit for the receivers that are tuned manually. User can easily tune to the finest signal. The carrier comes in the inclines of IF filter creating a drop in AGC voltage. The result is acute improvement in the signal’s loudness.
You may not get this benefit with the digital tuners. In the areas that have an impact of re radiation, with high-recovered audio, there will be improved noise base in the center tuned radios.
However, the Powerside cannot produce a signal where there is no signal to start with. Most of the negative incidents with Powerside are experienced by the stations that expected a magical remedy for their integral failure to have the outside service area in coverage.
Apart from signal strength, the problem was also of re-radiation from the high rising buildings. More so, the Powerside does not add to the peak envelope power created by the AM transmitter.
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