Hey guys and gals. I have a question about our voice frequency and how it relates to power output on AM and SSB and to a lesser extent, toned modes such as rtty. So the back story is, I am doing radio installs as a side business. Fairly easy work. Kind of happened this way because people don't want a CB shop installing an expensive amateur radio. Well, I have a customer next week who was asking about increased power output when you whistle into the mic and get the swing (yeah, truck stop lingo). So I explained that it is not something that is taken into effect with FM, but only AM and SSB. I was actually going to demonstrate this to him on install day with some of my test equipment, but I cannot whistle to save my life. So I downloaded a tone generator app on my phone to do this. I want to play around with it as well in relation to driving a signal from no power/ dead key, all the way up to full potential power on peaks, such as talking. But I'm not entirely sure what I should set my tones at. I would typically set my mic response from 200khz to 3000 khz and that would cover it fairly well. But I was looking for second opinions. I know that voice peaks are just that: peaks during modulation. So it's not average, and we have to take into account our average voice range. Again, I just want to show a low modulation, medium, and then peak. Does any of this make sense? And thanks for the help.