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Name: Binary ASK Transmitter
ID: m18668
Language: English (en)
Summary: A binary ASK transmitter and receiver is designed to transmit digital information over a "speaker-air-microphone" (SAM) channel. Listening to the channel while making parameter adjustments and viewing plots builds additional insights into the ASK modulation scheme. This project describes the various tradeoffs affecting bandwidth and information rate and provides an application for the pulse shapping transmit filter.
Subject: Science and Technology
Keywords: amplitude shift keying, ASK, digital communications, digital continuous wave modulation, impulse response, pulse shaping filter, raised cosine pulse, rectangular pulse, speaker-air-microphone channel, transmit filter
Document Type: -//CNX//DTD CNXML 0.5 plus MathML//EN
License: Creative Commons Attribution License CC-BY 2.0

Authors: Ed Doering (doering@rose-hulman.edu)
Copyright Holders: Ed Doering (doering@rose-hulman.edu)
Maintainers: Ed Doering (doering@rose-hulman.edu), Sam Shearman (sam.shearman@ni.com), Erik Luther (erik.luther@ni.com), Brett Hern (hernbrem@neo.tamu.edu)
Editors: Sam Shearman (sam.shearman@ni.com), Erik Luther (erik.luther@ni.com), Brett Hern (hernbrem@neo.tamu.edu)

Latest version: 1.1 (history)
First publication date: Aug 28, 2008 7:14 am +0000
Last revision to module: Nov 29, 2008 3:47 pm +0000

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Version: 1.1 Nov 29, 2008 3:47 pm +0000 by Ed Doering
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