Software pi/4-DQPSK modem: a student project using the TMS320C6201 EVM

Stephan Weiss, Steve Braithwaite, R. David Stewart

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Abstract

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.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2000
Event3rd European DSP Education and Research Conference - Paris, France
Duration: 20 Sep 200022 Sep 2000

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Conference3rd European DSP Education and Research Conference
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period20/09/0022/09/00

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Keywords

  • software pi/4-DQPSK modem
  • software modem
  • transmitting data
  • advanced modulation
  • pulse shaping

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Weiss, S., Braithwaite, S., & Stewart, R. D. (2000). Software pi/4-DQPSK modem: a student project using the TMS320C6201 EVM. Paper presented at 3rd European DSP Education and Research Conference, Paris, France.
Weiss, Stephan ; Braithwaite, Steve ; Stewart, R. David. / Software pi/4-DQPSK modem : a student project using the TMS320C6201 EVM. Paper presented at 3rd European DSP Education and Research Conference, Paris, France.4 p.
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2000. Paper presented at 3rd European DSP Education and Research Conference, Paris, France.

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