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Pre envelope of an FM signal $s(t) = 8.6\cos[2{\pi}40000t + 0.1\sin(2{\pi}53.9t)]$

I want to ask a question about pre-envelope of an FM wave: $$s(t) = 8.6\cos[2{\pi}40000t + 0.1\sin(2{\pi}53.9t)]$$ Can someone explain briefly how we calculate the pre-envelope of this signal?
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Instantaneous frequency, PLLs, frequency mixing, cross-correlation and the cross-correlation matrix

This is as much a request for comment and critique as anything else. I am looking at tracking how a system perturbs an input that is a (real) sinoid of varying frequency. ...
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RF Downconversion using Heterodyne Principle

after a RF down-conversion using heterodyning principle, will there be an information loss? If we translate to a fixed IF frequency, is there is an intuitive way of explain that the information can be ...
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How to demodulate PM modulation

I'm using a sin wave $s_{sc}(t) = d(t)\cos(\omega_{sc}t + \varphi_{sc})$ to modulate a carrier using phase modulation. I'm working on Matlab so I use the pmmod function to do so. It is not too ...
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DSP based FMCW radar

I have an SDR receiver I'm interested in making into a FMCW radar. The bandwidth is somewhat narrow as it only samples at 64 MSPS. There is a problem in that without a bunch of embedded programming ...
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Question about FMCW range-velocity plot

I am working on plotting range-velocity heatmap of the receiving FMCW signal. I actually have already plotted. However, I do not really understand the mapping relationship between Doppler FFT bin and ...
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Representing the signal $ u(t)=A_c \cos (2 \pi f_c t + \beta \cos 2 \pi f_m t) $ in terms of Bessel function

I want to represent the signal $ u(t)=A_c \cos (2 \pi f_c t + \beta \cos 2 \pi f_m t) $ in terms of Bessel function. I have done the exercise. I want someone to check whether what I have done is ...
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Digital FM Demodulation

I have created a Common Lisp Library to receive samples of an FM signal from BladeRF1 SDR. I want to write a subroutine to implement FM demodulation. The input should be in the format of IQ data. ...
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Demodulating FM Signals. Understanding text from “Communication Systems Engineering” by Proakis

Please help me understand the following text from "Communication Systems Engineering" by Proakis. Text: What I was not able to understand: 1) Why is the transfer function of the FM demodulator ...
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How to generate IQ component for transmitting 2FSK

I am trying to generate IQ components for 2FSK modulation. I have started off from this thread FSK and IQ modulation , but I don't quite understand the IQ TX components plotted in the example there by ...
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How to generate WBFM from NBFM?

An FM signal is given by $$ s_{FM}(t) = A_c \cos [\omega_C t +k_f \int _{-\infty}^t m(\alpha)d \alpha] $$ Let $ \int _{-\infty}^t m(\alpha)d \alpha] = a(t) $ Therefore, $ s_{FM}(t) = A_c \cos [\...
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How to generate WBFM from NBFM

A narrowband FM is approximately given by: $ x(t)= A[\cos w_ct - k_f a(t)\sin w_ct] $ where $ a(t)= \int _{ -\infty } ^t m(\alpha) d\alpha$ How does frequency multiplying $x(t)$ by a desired ...
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What is the Fourier Transform of $\DeclareMathOperator{\rect}{rect} \rect(2Bt)\cos[{\omega}_Ct + k_fm(t_k)t] $?

What is the Fourier Transform of $\rect(2Bt)\cos[{\omega}_Ct + k_fm(t_k)t] $? I got the following as the solution: $$\DeclareMathOperator{\sinc}{sinc} \frac{1}{2} \frac{1}{2B} \sinc(\frac{\omega+{\...
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What's the relationship between the parameters of this noise generator and the gaussian curve it produces in the frequency domain?

This algorithm produces a sequence $y$ having a magnitude spectrum that resembles a normal distribution, peaking at frequency $\omega$: $$b[n]=(1-\sigma)b[n-1]+\frac{\sigma}{\omega} C$$ $$p[n]=p[n-1]+...
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Doubt in Frequency Modulation code

While searching for something FM, I came across this code. I am not able to understand a particular line of code. I have written a comment against that line of code. ...
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Frequency modulation in MATLAB

I am trying to frequency modulate a cosine signal(for assignment). I have written the following code but not getting the required output. ...
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FM: Do rational ratios of carrier to modulator signals really produce harmonic spectra?

I've read that in FM, all rational ratios of the carrier frequency to the modulator frequency produce harmonic spectrum in the FM signal. Link to what I read. I don't understand why this is. If for ...
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IQ signal FM descrimination using phase derivative

I'm trying to demodulate an FM signal recorded as IQ samples from RTL-SDR at 2.4Msps with RTL-SDR centered on an FM station's frequency. So the input signal is 8 bit IQ baseband at 2.4MSps. The data ...
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Frequency response of FM modulation/demodulation chain with phase derivative demodulation

Frequency modulating a carrier by white noise and then demodulating the complex signal using discrete derivative of phase it appears that the discriminator is acting as a low-pass filter. How do I ...
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Why do we integrate the modulating function in FM?

I've been reading about FM and I keep coming to an expression, where the instantaneous phase $$\Theta=2\pi f_it+\phi\text, \tag1$$ where $$f_i=f_c+k_fm(t)\text,\tag2$$ ($f_c$ being the base carrier ...
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Demodulating wideband FM signal in Octave from recorded baseband IQ samples

Assuming I have a baseband recording of 8 bit IQ samples at 2.4MSps centered on an FM station is it correct to say that after low pass-filtering the complex signal to 240KHz, taking discrete ...
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Positive slope of BER with a greater frequency deviation?

I am trying to implement a frequency-modulated communication channel on MatLab. However, there is something I don't understand about the sensitivity of the frequency modulator (or the frequency ...
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How modulate and shift in frequency?

I have a 16-QAM constellation, then I divide it into imaginary part and real part. I convolve both by Srrc pulse and multiply by cos(2*pifct) and -sen(2*pifct). Let's say fc equal to 40 MHz Now, we ...
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MIMO FMCW radar - back-projection

any suggestion how to start implementing the back-projection algorithm in a FMCW MIMO radar? Currently I'm using 2D FFT to get radar image, I would try time-domain algorithms to improve the overall ...
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How do we compute maximum frequency deviation of a NBFM wave?

How do we compute maximum frequency deviation of a NBFM wave, given by following equation$:$ $cos(2\pi f_c t) - \beta sin(2\pi f_c t )sin(2\pi f_m t)$ Where $f_c$ is carrier frequency and $f_m$ is ...
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FM demodulation with arctan

I am trying to demodulate a FM signal with a RTL-SDR and python using the arctan method. From here I know that $$ \frac{d}{dt}\arctan(\frac{q(t)}{i(t)}) = \frac{i(t)\frac{d}{dt}q(t)-q(t)\frac{d}{dt}i(...
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Impact of modulation index in FM

If I have the spectrum of a FM modulation, does the frequency of the carrier disappear when the modulation index is too big? Does the amplitude of any side band depend from the modulation index? And ...
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Which equipment to use for testing performance of AM, FM, and DAB

I want to test the performance of AM, FM and DAB radio in RTL-SDR. I want to measure sensitivity, adjacent channel selectivity, cross-modulation/blocking, and third-order intermodulation to be some of ...
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What is the mixed numerology in OFDM

In order to meet the user requirements in the next generation radio access technology, the ongoing standardization within 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) offers flexibility in terms of ...
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Equation of wave in Linear frequency modulation?

We know that we have the following equation for wave. $$g(t)=A\cos(\omega t+\theta_0)=A\cos(2\pi ft+\theta_0)$$ The equation of frequency with respect to time will be: $$f(t)=\frac{Bt}{\tau}+f_c-\...
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Help in identifying low speed image transmission protocol over RF

In the seventies I worked for Muirhead on press fax machines that used to transmit pictures over radio and landline as I recall two FM systems were used a carrier 800 Hz modulated +- 150 Hz and 1900Hz ...
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Is there a software/application that shows the FM base stations nearby us?

I want to collect a list of FM base stations near me. I have found apps/software for finding LTE base station but found no success in finding an app for FM base station.
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Fourier transform of frequency division

I need a mathematical description of what happens to the spectrum of a signal when that signal is processed to divide its frequency. As an example, construct an input signal as the sum of two sine ...
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Frequency modulation audio synthesis: clicks/pops when changing modulator frequency dynamically

I'm very new to DSP and working on a FM VST. It's mostly up and running, or at least it generates FM-like sounds. I want to be able to change various parameters dynamically while audio is generated, ...
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Spectrum of WBFM signal for triangular message signal spectrum

We Know: Frequency Modulated signal is given by: $$s_{FM} (t)=A_{c} \sin \{ w_c t + 2 \pi k_f \int m(t) \, dt \}$$ Now, if $ \quad m(t)= A_m \cos(w_m t)$ , i.e, its spectrum $M(f)$: then, $$s_{FM} (t)...
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How is frequency related to data rate?

How does (if it does) frequency affect/relates to Data Rate. Why for example using the same modulation, LoRa (in the physical layer), you get somewhere around 250kbps at 2.4Ghz and only 20kbps at ...
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FM synthesis algorithm is not very efficient

I have very little knowledge of DSP, I'm trying to implement an FM synthesis algorithm in code / software. So far I've successfully implemented a FM algorithm using the following: ...
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Best Way to Extract Frequency from Signal [closed]

I want to send signal that compound from 16 different frequency over GSM. The problem is the GSM network is very noisy and I have only 400-3400 hz frequency available for use. I try using fft ...
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How to estimate the frequency characteristics of a nonlinear chirp?

Given a partial time-domain recording of a noise-corrupted chirp that asymptotically approaches a frequency, and the function that determines the non-linearity, how can I accurately estimate the final ...
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FSK and IQ modulation

I am having trouble understanding the FSK modulation process. There are many ways of demodulating the FSK signal. What is the advantage of performing the FSK using IQ modulation? How to demodulate ...
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Frequency Modulation to arbitrary Audio signals [closed]

I understand how FM synthesis works, but I was wondering how to FM arbitrary samples or part of samples. I.E any frame of audio samples. Further more the modulator can itself be an arbitrary frame of ...
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Homodyne and heterodyne detection

Very basic question here. I searched it on the net but cudn't get very convincing answers. Can anyone explain me Homodyne and Heterodyne detections in rf domain. Mathematically is much appreciated.
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Frequency modulation implementation without trig functions

https://dsp.stackexchange.com/a/1087 This answer suggests generating a sine wave using complex phasor multiplication. At each step the phasor is multiplied by another complex number (omega) to rotate ...
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How to convert sampled real audio signal to it's IQ components for IQ modulation?

So my question is this: How to convert sampled real audio signal to it's IQ components for IQ modulation? For instance: WHen I have my DSP or FPGA receive a audio signal through a ADC, which is just ...
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Software to extract frequency spectrum data from an audio file

I've been trying to learn how computers recognize musical notes, and I found apps like spectrogram which shows the frequency spectrum of a sound, but what I need is the data which is plotted or the ...
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What is the algorithm to do frequency modulation?

I'm familiar with audio synthesis, oscillators etc. I'm now trying to implement my own software algorithm to do FM as described by https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frequency_modulation. What I have ...
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Can I alter audio recording frequency without altering the way it sounds? [duplicate]

Is there a way to increase frequency of an audio, for example (OK GOOGLE) recording of someone to inaudible range without change the way how it sounds? i.e >20000 KHz or <20 Hz. A simple increase ...
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About phase unwrapping

I am not too familiar with phase-related problems so I need some suggestions or corrections in a problem that might be an old but easy one. Here is my problem: given a complex signal: $$y(t) = e^{j\...
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How to isolate overlapping FM signals?

Analogue radio stations often have a range of frequencies that they can use. Different transmission towers will transmit on different carrier frequencies in this range, because the signal takes time ...
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Carrier Recovery, Frequency and Phase offset in (CP)FSK

I wanted to ask what exactly is meant for phase recovery of signal (at least intuitively). I have a working example of an acoustic fsk modulation and demodulation software but i don't know how to ...