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Subject: Baseband-to-RF transmitter/receiver pair

Date: 10/11/99
Posted by: Peter LaDow
E-mail: pladow(at)gocougs(dot)wsu(dot)edu(no spam)


I'm working with a small group of friends on a project that we think would help us much better understand system level digital communications design. We are all experienced digital designers, but not at the sytem level. What we want to build is a system that is made up of 4 major parts: modulator, upconverter, downconverter, and demodulator. We plan on doing the modulation and demodulation with a DSP board. We want the output of the DSP board to be a baseband analog signal. We want to feed that baseband signal to black box that does the upconversion and transmission. Another black box on the receive end will downcovert and output another baseband signal. The downstream DSP board will do its own gain control, digital demodulation, and possibly output digital values. ... snip ...

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