I implemented a modulator for a transmitter, which sends baseband modulated signal.
The transmitter has the following parameters:
- datarate : 520 Ksps (min), 64,44 Msps (max)
- Bandwidth: BW = 56 MHz (max)
- 47 MHz to 6 GHz
Of course, with my design probably I can not reach max data rate, that is why I want to compute the data rate which I can design with my design in this transmitter.
- oversampling ratio \$V = 4\$
- nonlinear modulation
I remember I can compute datarate \$R\$ by using the following equation $$ R= 2 \cdot BW \cdot \log_2 M, $$ where \$M\$ is modulation level. In my case, I don't know the modulation level.
Do I have another option to compute the data rate I can reach?