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BPSK, a mechanism of modulation is expanded Binary Phase Shift Keying.

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Precision of estimates of lower bit error probabilities at higher SNR

For my university lab in wireless communications, I simulated a simple uncoded BPSK channel with AWGN to estimate the BER using MLE, as a sort of introductory task. The number of monte carlo runs $N_{\...
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BPSK modulation with Eb/N0 computation

Good Morning to everyone. My goal is to create a BPSK modulated signal starting from Eb/N0. The signal is composed by I-Q components both modulated using BPSK and pulse shaped with squared-root raised ...
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BER curve versus SNR for using matched filter receiver

I want to simulate matched filter receiver with rectangular pulse shape in an AWGN channel. My goal is to plot the BER curve versus SNR for BPSK modulation. I have written the code and my curve is as ...
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BPSK using carriers other than sinusoidal wave

I am currently a student in communications & electronics engineering undergrad working on a small project employing Direct sequence spread spectrum. For simplicity and since I am using TTL level ...
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BPSK decoding with a non-ideal transmission medium

I'm simulating tranmission via power line communications (PLC) using BPSK. Due to the coupling circuit and slightly inductive nature of the line, the BPSK signal received is far from ideal. In the ...
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BPSK demodulation in microcontroller

I came across this example of how to decode a BPSK stream using a microcontroller. In my microcontroller of choice, (STM32) I have available a fast ADC and know the carrier frequency. Can someone ...
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Bpsk implementation python

I found this code in a book to generate polar RZ for a bpsk modulation, if someone can explain to me how the upfirdn function is used here to generate it: Function to modulate an incoming binary ...
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Issue with small signal ML TED with low RRC excess bandwidth

I have a simple BPSK system using RRC TX & RX filters with 10% excess bandwidth with a receiver that uses a symbol synchronizer of the common type consisting of a polyphase filter bank (performing ...
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How to measure process gain of DSSS

I have a replicated a Direct sequence spread spectrum link (schematics taken from ARRL SS handbook) and would like to measure performance characteristics such as process gain. I have 2 questions. I ...
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CDMA using BPSK - Demodulation

I am very much a rookie, so apologies for the terrible knowledge or misconceptions. I'm looking at this mostly in the context of GPS (or sending a signal with a very low SNR ratio). I understand BPSK ...
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In wireless communication, is pulse shaping applied to each BPSK signal before OFDM is used, or not?

I have read a number of posts that seem to ask this question but have not been able to find a definitive answer. Here goes... I understand that BPSK with NO pulse shaping would produce a signal in ...
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Side Lobes with different power level in BPSK PSD

I determined the PSD of a BPSK modulated signal using the MATLAB pwelch function and default parameters. My code looks like the following: ...
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Is BPSK relevant, or does it even exist, in wireless data transmission?

I ask this question because it seems to me that if pulse shaping has been applied in the transmitter, the signal that is actually transmitted is not phase modulated at all, rather, it is amplitude ...
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Unable to discern between GFSK and BPSK

Greetings Forum! I posted a question sometime back and got some relevant feedback on that question however I have now run into another issue. I am using a radio to transmit a 2-GFSK waveform. I used ...
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Exactly when is pulse shaping applied in the radio transmitter, before or after modulation, and is it applied differently in BPSK, QPSK and 16QAM? [duplicate]

I previously asked at which stage pulse shaping is applied in a WiFI transmitter and my question was closed due to duplication. The answers I was directed to have only served to confuse the issue for ...
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Comparing communication systems with different modulation orders and code rates

I propose an end-to-end communication method in my research. The key part of the method is not the channel coding and modulation but we use them anyway. I am using 1/3 rate Turbo codes with QPSK and ...
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Detection problem with extra noise observation. Does the extra observations help with detection?

Assuming all “real” number, consider the detection problem of $x$ given $y_1$ and $y_2$ below $y_1= x + n_1$ $y_2= n_1 + n_2$ where $x$ is either $+A$ or $-A$ with equal probability, and $n_1$ and $...
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Rayleigh flat fading channel and pulse shaping

I'm trying to implement the Rayleigh flat fading channel in MATLAB using SRRC (Square-root raised cosine) pulse shape. The modulation scheme is BPSK. Here is my code: ...
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QPSK implementation with 2 BPSK [duplicate]

I have a tiny problem with understanding a thing here. for the 1st the phase shift is 0 degrees, so on its modulated wave we put 180-degree phase shift. for the 2nd 0, the oscillator puts a 90-degree ...
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Sharp spikes in unknown signal [duplicate]

I am trying to decode an unknown signal, which has those really weird spikes/jumps. My assumption is that it is somehow (B)PSK modulated but the signal looks really odd as shown in the screenshot. The ...
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Why is the symbol duration in QPSK twice the bit duration?

I saw many answers for such questions by writing down equations such that the symbol is formed of n bits so the duration of the symbol in QPSK must be n multiple of the bit duration. I am not ...
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How is seen the BER of a BPSK DSSS?

I am trying to understand the DSSS (spread spectrum) performance improvments. Let's consider that we are in BPSK and on a AWGN channel without any interferences or adjacent signals. Is the theoretical ...
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iq bpsk waveform generation

We have a DAC capable of being driven with IQ data (thus the bandwidth is $-f_s/2$ to $f_s/2$), and the task is to create an "arbitrary" BPSK waveform at IF. I think that means generating ...
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A vanilla BPSK set up, but constellation disgram is a line

I set up a vanilla BPSK modulation in GNU-radio, but the constellation is showing me a line. I am using: ...
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Effect of Passband Slope on a BPSK Constellation

What is the effect of a passband slope on a BPSK constellation? (This is a companion question to the related "DSP Puzzle" for QPSK) Specifically given a linear slope (in magnitude, not dB), ...
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The difference about QPSK, BPSK and 16-QAM in spectrum

What is the difference about QPSK, BPSK and 16-QAM in spectrum? I just simulated all three, but I can't see the difference clearly.
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How is maximum log likelihood calculated for BPSK?

I am seeking to understand, exactly, how to calculate a soft MLL output from a received BPSK signal, and what information is needed. I would like to implement turbo coding in my system, but the ...
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BER formula for chirp spread spectrum BPSK modulation scheme

May I know how to derive the BER formula for chirp spread spectrum BPSK modulation scheme ?
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Correct Noise for NOMA system

I am trying to simulate a NOMA system with SIC, but I'm so confusing with the noise expression: $n_m \sim CN(0, \sigma^2_m)$, is zero mean complex additive Gaussian noise with variance at mth user ...
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BPSK based audio digital communication system

As part of my diploma thesis I'm implementing digital communication system based on audio transmission in free space (STMF401RE + analog microphone). I'm using BPSK modulation and I've implemented ...
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BPSK consecutive same symbols

I have a question regarding BPSK. If we want to modulate the bit stream $[0, 0]$ with $T_\text{ bit}=0.25 \text{ sec}$ and the carrier frequency of the cosine that carries the BPSK signal is $2\ \rm ...
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Averaging of a phase flipping signal

Suppose I want to average a signal $s(t)$ which consists of several spectral components without any DC offset. I sample $M$ points in the time domain. I am interested in the power spectrum which I get ...
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Do BPSK vs QPSK have the same performance?

I'm trying to re-learn digital communication theory again and am creating a bit error probability simulation for various modulations. So far I've added BPSK, QPSK, and 8PSK and below is a plot that ...
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Writing a BPSK Demodulator

As part of a larger project, I've been attempting to implement a demodulator for RDS, a digital transmission standard in FM broadcasting, in software with C++. I've easily been able to get as far as ...
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Cross-correlation for delay estimation in acoustic signals

iam doing BPSK transmission and receiving with acoustic signals, in order to get my actual signal from my received signal I am using xcorr in matlab to find peak point of alignment and getting my ...
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What is Homodyne BPSK? [duplicate]

Could someone explain what Homodyne BPSK is? What is a difference between BPSK and Homodyne BPSK? I have read about this type of modulation in researches in optic communication. I surprised how phase ...
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Modulation in laser satellite communication

In small satellite communication technique we can use optical spectrum (optical (laser) communication system). The common and simplest modulation techniques used are On and Off keying (OOK), Q-ary PPM ...
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At what bandwidth does BPSK become totally unreliable? [duplicate]

So I know that the baseband bandwidth of BPSK needs to be over 1/2 the baud rate, but I can't find any sort of graph that shows the increase of BER as the bandwidth falls below that, such as when the ...
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weird Demodulated BPSK waveform

I am using an acoustic wave of 3khz(audio BPSK) as my carrier frequency with a sampling rate of 10k samples per bit. at the receiver end, I play the audio from my phone to my computer, record it ...
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AWGN noise variance in upsampled BPSK signal

When I simulate BER for basic PSK schemes, I set the IQ complex noise variance to $\sigma^{2} = \frac{E_{s}}{2*R_{m}*R_{c}}*\left( \frac{Eb}{No}\right)^{-1}$ where $E_{s}$ = Energy per modulated ...
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Shannon capacity limit & FEC comparisons

In this figure from Fundamentals of Digital Communications by Madhow , pp 328 there is a comparison of a rate 1/3 turbo code with the shannon limit for rate 1/3 BPSK: Trying to understand the limit ...
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How to find the bandwidth of the transmitted M-FSK signal?

I'm tried to find the solution, but I failed. my question in the figure below, and the correct answer it's shown at the end of Figure. I'm using this formula but the answer is not correct! Is there ...
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Wrong number of samples per symbol for BPSK in MATLAB?

Goal is to achieve 8 samples per symbol for BPSK signal. After analyzing the plot of below code, IMHO its not 8 sps, I am right? If yes what I do wrong? ...
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Create a Range Doppler Map using "Arbitrary" phase coded Waveforms

This is my first questions I am asking to this community! I want to understand how to create a Range-Doppler Map (RDM) for a phase/frequency coded radar return using an arbitrary waveform generator (...
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Audio signal arrival timing, impulse response, and reverberation

I'm building an application that requires determining the arrival time of an audio signal with a very high degree of accuracy (within 1ms would be ideal) using commodity smartphone hardware. I found ...
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bpsk demodulation only with STM32

for an internship I have to create a communication between 2 devices at 30Khz. we choose a BPSK modulation. I create du Tx with a stm32 and a DDS (AD9834). Now I trying to code the demodulation with a ...
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power spectrum of passband of ofdm is it right shape or not?

I tried to get power spectrum of ofdm passband signal. Below is the whole matlab code for that with BPSK+ofdm. and I got the power spectrum as below. I wonder that is that right form or not? ...
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Phase correction algorithm: minimisation phase error

Thank you for your participation in my discussion in advance. I am working on the implementation of a phase correction. Currently, I have finished the algorithm. I think it is a standard algorithm ...
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Design a timing recovery algorithm with predefined samples with max amplitude

I need your help in understanding how to simulate a timing recovery algorithm. I have already read a lot of literature and posted here the question but I have still doubts how it works. Let me briefly ...
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Discussion of simulation results of a signal sequence: amplitude

I need your help in understanding if the simulation result is correct. I have simulated a random BPSK sequence that was upsampled and filtered with a raised cosine filter. The length of the filter is ...
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