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Software pi/4 DQPSK Modem: A Student Project Using the TMS320-C6201 EVM Board

Weiss, S, Braithwaite, SJ and Stewart, RD (2000) Software pi/4 DQPSK Modem: A Student Project Using the TMS320-C6201 EVM Board At European DSP Education and Research Conference.

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This paper reports on a student project performed at the University of Southampton jointly by 4th year MEng students within the course "Advanced Radio Communications". The aim was to design a software modem capable of transmitting 16kb/s of data, whereby random number generation, advanced modulation, pulse shaping, synchronisation, and error counting techniques had to be applied. The ultimate aim was the implementation on a Texas Instruments TMS320-C6201 EVM board, which dictated some of the specifications of the design.

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Published date: September 2000
Additional Information: Organisation: Texas Instruments Address: Paris, France
Venue - Dates: European DSP Education and Research Conference, 2000-09-01
Organisations: EEE


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Date deposited: 08 Nov 2000
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:55

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Author: S Weiss
Author: SJ Braithwaite
Author: RD Stewart

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