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Entry  Mon Sep 19 23:19:40 2011, Keiko, Update, IOO, AM modulation mistery 
    Reply  Tue Sep 20 23:01:37 2011, Keiko, Update, IOO, AM modulation mistery 
       Reply  Wed Sep 21 16:44:18 2011, Keiko, Update, IOO, AM modulation mistery P9210138.JPGP92101381.jpg
          Reply  Wed Sep 21 17:42:35 2011, rana, Update, IOO, AM modulation misery 
             Reply  Wed Sep 21 18:53:03 2011, Keiko, Update, IOO, AM modulation misery AM0.pngAMratio1.pngAMratio50.png
                Reply  Wed Sep 21 21:13:35 2011, rana, Update, IOO, AM modulation misery 
                   Reply  Thu Sep 22 17:29:42 2011, Keiko, Update, IOO, AM modulation mistery AMmod0MICH.pngAMmod1e-1MICH.pngAMmod0SRCL.pngAMmod3e-3SRCL.pngAMmod3e-3SRCL-AS55I.png
                      Reply  Sat Sep 24 09:55:42 2011, Keiko, Update, IOO, AM modulation mistery 
Message ID: 5503     Entry time: Wed Sep 21 17:42:35 2011     In reply to: 5502     Reply to this: 5504
Author: rana 
Type: Update 
Category: IOO 
Subject: AM modulation misery 

I'd like to see some details about how to determine that the ratio of 1:50 is small enough for AM:PM.

* What have people achieved in past according to the elogs©  of the measurements?

* What do we expect the effect of 1:50 to be? How much offset does this make in the MICH/PRC/SRC loops? How much offset is too much?

Recall that we are using frontal modulation with a rather small Schnupp Asymmetry...

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