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Trouble with FSK VCO modulation circuit

Circuit shown is a VCO that reliably creates a 200MHz sine wave at 3V pk-pk. I would like to use this VCO to create an FSK modulated signal. My bit 1 frequency = 200Mhz and my bit 0 frequency = 205Mhz ...
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Vibrato audio effect circuit [on hold]

I would like to build a circuit that adds a "vibrato" audio effect to a simple sine wave input. Sample audio clip from Wikipedia: Vibrato, Sound Frequency 500Hz, Frequency Modulation 50Hz - Vibrato ...
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Is the use of a Lock In with a signal generator appropriate and practicable?

I want to generate a 5 kHz microwave pulse to induce a sample signal. This microwave pulse has an underlying microwave frequency of 2 GHz. In order to investigate very tiny signals, which should arise ...
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LoRa modulation and chirp process clarification

I am new to LoRa and I would like to get some confusion on chirp-based modulation process clarified. I was reading the very good thread Understanding the relationship between LoRa chips, chirps, ...
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( How-To ) Ultra Low-Profile PCB Stacking

Recently I found myself needing to stack two small circuit boards on top of each other for a modulation project. The problem is that the areas I want to connect together on the two boards have no ...
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Design AM modulator circuit

I having an assignment that need to design AM Transmitter using Multisim with following specification: • Audio input (200-14000Hz) • Double Sideband Full Carrier • RF carrier frequency of 50 MHz ...
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How to get a band-limited digital modulation of X type?

I am developing a program which should create modulated signals and combine them to get an RF signal with different modulations on different frequencies with non-interfering bandwidths. The problem ...
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Why does more bandwidth guarantee high bit rate?

The definition of bandwidth is frequency range and it seems to be correct to say that higher bandwidth guarantees higher data rate. However, i do not understand why it does. Data rate depends on ...
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How to determine time needed to stay in a voltage vector state in Space Vector PWM for 3 phase inverter?

I need some clarifications on how and when to switch between voltage vector states (for the sake of discussion lets take V1 and V2 in the image below). Below is the image of 6 possible voltage vector ...
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Is this figure a correct (O)QPSK waveform?

I am currently reading Pasupathy, Subbarayan. "Minimum shift keying: A spectrally efficient modulation." IEEE Communications Magazine 17.4 (1979): 14-22. The paper explains MSK as a form of OQPSK ...
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AM modulation circuit modification

I have an assignment on AM modulation. I implemented a circuit and the output wasn't exactly correct, the output is not symmetrical about the x-axis. I'll post screenshots which might explain the ...
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Correlation b/w output voltage frequency and angle theta for Conventional Space Vector PWM 3-Phase inverter drive

Im writing code for SP-PWM for a 3 phase voltage source inverter but since im a bit naive to the topic I need some clarifications regarding some questions I have. Lets cut to the point. For 3-phase ...
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Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)

I am not a professional but I'm trying to figure out how OFDM works. It is clear to me that OFDM works with closely spaced subcarriers with orthogonal frequency. Each subcarrier gets modulated with a ...
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How to perform multiplication at the time series level for chirp signals

As the title said: How to perform multiplication at the time series level for chirp signals? In LoRa modulation, when received a chirp modulated signal, to demodulate it, LoRa will first multiple the ...
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Toy “pull tab”-style feature on PCB

I have recently designed a passive-based modular PCB. When I click the secondary board into the base board, I would like it to break the current circuit at a fixed point, and insert itself in series ...
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Foster - Seeley FM Demodulator Explanation

Consider this Foster Seeley Demodulator If I have correctly understood, its basic working principle is the fact that at the secondary coils (L2) of the Balun there will be two signals equal and ...
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Double Balanced Mixer

Consider this double balanced mixer: Its output contains only the frequencies generated by the product of those of LO and RF signals, where LO is supposed to be a large signal (which switches ON and ...
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2n7000 used for inductively coupled load modulation apparently latched

So I've got a fairly basic circuit set up for load modulation of an inductively coupled circuit: A few notes on the above: LC's were designed for 1 MHz but work better at 950 kHz, thus the chosen ...
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Bandwidth for a Butterworth filter

How to choose the bandwidth of a 2 pole Butterworth filter for QPSK modulation? What bandwidth should be chosen, if symbol duration is 10 ms? How to limit ISI for QPSK modulation?
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How to choose an antenna for an FM transmitter? [duplicate]

Ok guys I can't understand something. Say that I have this circuit: Assuming that I apply at the antenna 5V, how can I calculate how much power I will trasmit? I found on internet that the current ...
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Convering bandwidth (frequency) to bit rate without knowledge of the modulation?

How would i convert a bandwidth of say 30kHz to bps if I only know the number of bits per sample (4)? (and I was using a two chanel system). I am assuming it is simply 30KHz * 2 * 4 but this may be ...
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Build an FSK modulator using the HB100's transmitting signal

I want to use the HB100 to make an FSK modulation on a microwave signal. The reason why I use HB100 is that in this way the RF circuit is ready. I thought about doing an FSK modulator like the scheme ...
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FSK generation with Timer 555

On the Internet I found FSK generator connection diagram. And I'm trying to connect up it in Qucs. I' sure, 555 timer is working properly. But at the output of the whole schema I get unclear result. ...
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How does modulation technique affect channel capacity?

Shannon's channel capacity formula does not consider modulation techniques. How then does LTE achieve high data rate using advanced modulation techniques? P.S: I am novice in RF and signal processing....
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Is there a difference between rise and fall time and modulation frequency

I was wondering if there was a difference between modulation frequency and rise and fall times of a laser diode or LED? If a laser had a modulation frequency of 100MHz would that be the same as a rise ...
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Bessel function normalization graph

This graph is drawn bessel function table but ı stick around reading table.Does table gives directly frequency spectrum amplitude values or only jn(ß) values?
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FM Transmitter Modulation

I am designing an FM transmitter as a learning experience and for fun, but I am having some difficulty with FM modulation. I am using a VCO with a Colpitts topology and common emitter configuration. ...
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An alternative way to make a VCO?

From what I am able to understand, a voltage controlled oscillator is "controlled by a voltage" when this voltage is applied to vary the value of the tank circuit: e.g. this could happen by applying ...
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Is it true that frequency deviation over 2*pi is the phase deviation of an FM/PM signal?

for ∆f frequency deviation if for FM only and PM has Phase deviation. and Kf= ∆f (Hz) of FM? Kf = ∆f (rad/s) for PM? and for th rules: ∆f=(kfmp)/(2p) for FM where mp = mp max-mp min ∆f=(kfmp)/(2p) ...
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Data rate with modulation and conventional encoding

I had a rather simple question. Say I had a SISO communications system with an information data rate of 50 Mbps that uses QPSK modulation and a rate 1/2 conventional coding. What would be my symbol ...
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What does “shift keying” mean in the context of digital modulation?

English is not my native language and I do not understand why the words "shift keying" were used to describe some types of digital modulation. What does "keying" mean in the context of signals and ...
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AM modulation bandpass filter?

I'm trying to do an AM modulation using band pass filter at the output the carrier is at 600 kHz and the message signal is at 1.5 kHz. To get a 100% modulation I did some calculations to get fL=598.5 ...
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Why do more phase shifts cause the need for higher bandwidth when Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) is used?

What I don't get is why a phase shift "decreases" the data rate and thus the need for more bandwidth to get the same throughput as without the phase shift.
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vestigial sideband modulation [closed]

If we are given the following equation of Vestigial Side-band Modulation, what values will I put in the equation? $$ H_0(f)=\frac{1}{H_i(f+f_c)+H_i(f-f_c)} $$
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prevent receiver components from interfering with output of modulator

I am working on an ASK modulator and de-modulator. The modulator works fine (thanks to great folks at SE). However when I try to pass the modulator output to the input terminal of the receiver, the ...
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ASK modulator using transistor not working properly at high frequencies

I am trying to make a simple ASK modulator circuit using an npn transistor. It works acceptably at lower frequencies. However at higher frequencies, it doesn't work properly. The amplitude of output ...
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What is Overmodulation?

The Wikipedia article is very short and doesn't explain the concept very well, and there aren't any other sites that I can find that give a simple explanation. What does it mean by 100% modulation? I ...
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What effect do R5,R6,R7,R8 have on the following DSBSC Modulator?

I know that the first 741 essentially adds m(t) and c(t).The gain should be 1 so why do we have 3.9kohms resistance ? What use is it ? The second 741 circuit is a band pass filter . I think there is a ...
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Single Ended DAC to Differential Input Modulator

I'm trying to drive a differential input IQ modulator (LT5571) with a single ended DAC (MCP4912) for modulation of a narrow band signal (~10kHz max). Because of the nature of the low frequency ...
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Source generator for Satellite Tuner input

I need to design a source generator for a TV factory. They want to automatize the functional tests by applying a test module to the TV's at the end of the production line. All the peripherals of the ...
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Three level PWM modulator circuit feedback simulation

I'm trying to design a three level PWM circuit with feedback and i'm struggling to understand the feedback aspect. The design is based on this design by Texas instruments and modified to suit three ...
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Conversion Gain Definition for DSB-SC Upconversion

If I multiply a baseband signal \$A cos(C\omega t)\$ and a carrier signal \$B cos(D\omega t)\$, the result is \$\frac{AB}{2} [cos(C-D)\omega t+cos(C+D)\omega t]\$, which is a double sideband, ...
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understanding AFSK and FSK

I’d like to understand 1200Hz/2200Hz AFSK in commonly used APRS/Packet/AX.25 applications. When I look at the datasheets for some of the chips existing projects use (e.g the Si446x transceiver-on-a-...
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Labview - Active amplifier

I need to create a pulsed current variable from 0 to 20A to run solenoid with a very low resistance. Which is the best solution for you? Right now I am trying to generate a pulsed current with ...
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How is digital information encoded/decoded in light or radio waves?

I know exactly how DAC and ADC works; that's not my concern. What I am asking is how the constituent state of matter (and the "states" represented by them) in a circuit can be transferred to a set of ...
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Why don't we use analog remote mics?

All remote microphones sends digital samples over the ether. Why no analog remote microphones? I know that digital signals are less sensitive to noises, but there are several advantages of analog ...
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iPhone headphone out as a signal source for AM modulation circuit

EDIT: I wonder what is the appropriate model for an iPhone/MP3 player audio out? I imagined it as a voltage source that would support whatever current the resistance it’s connected to necessitates. Is ...
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What does the phase discriminator portion of the Costas Receiver do mathematically?

What does the phase discriminator portion of the Costas Receiver do mathematically? The output of the I-channel is \$ \frac{1}{2}A_C \cos \phi m(t) \$. Which means for small deviation of phase \$ \...
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Does DSB-SC signals retain original shape of the message signal \$ x(t) \$ when \$ x(t) <0 \$?

The conventional DSB-FC AM signal is given by: \$ s(t)=[A+x(t)]\cos \omega _C t \$ In conventional DSB-FC AM we take care of the fact that \$ |x(t) | <A\$. So that the modulated signal is not ...