Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK)

In this lab, students will generate a BPSK signal using a multiplier to implement its mathematical model and a sequence generator to model the message. They will recover the data using another multiplier module to implement product demodulation and observe its distortion. Finally, they will use a comparator to restore the data.
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This is lab 11 of 22 in the course, Communications Principles.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES


After completing this lab, students will be able to:
  1. Generate a real BPSK signal
  2. Describe a BPSK signal in time and frequency domain
  3. Explain the use of product demodulation in BPSK
  4. Explain the need for data recovery in BPSK demodulation
 

REQUIRED SKILLS

 
  • Basic proficiency using ELVIS III Instruments
  • Basic Circuits Knowledge

Emona Communications Board for NI ELVIS III

Application board for the NI ELVIS III developed to teach introductory digital and analog communications topics using a completely hands-on approach.

NI ELVIS III

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