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In this lab students use the Emona Communication board to learn two methods for amplitude modulation (AM) demodulation. Designed for NI ELVIS III.
In this lab, students will become familiar with the relationship between block diagrams and the circuit modules that will enable them to learn communication systems. Designed for NI ELVIS III.
Lab 4: Image Rejection

by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

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This laboratory exercise illustrates the image problem in superheterodyne receivers.
Lab 12: Quadrature Phase-Shift Keying

by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

In this lab project we introduce quadrature phase-shift keying (QPSK), a variation on binary phase-shift keying that encodes two bits of data into each symbol.
Lab 1: Introduction to the USRP

by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Students will make sure they have a working installation of LabVIEW Communications on their computers and know how to connect to the USRP software.
Lab 6: Frequency Modulation

by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

This laboratory exercise introduces frequency modulation.
Lab 2: Amplitude Modulation

by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

This laboratory exercise has two objectives: to gain a firsthand experience in actually programming the USRP to act as a transmitter and a receiver, and to investigate classical analog amplitude...
Lab 9: Binary Phase-Shift Keying

by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

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In this lab, students will learn about binary phase-shift keying, where one binary data value is represented by an unmodified carrier, while the other is represented by an inverted carrier.
Lab 8: Frequency-Shift Keying

by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

In this lab, students will learn about the benefits of frequency-shift keying.
Lab 7: Amplitude-Shift Keying

by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

In this lab project, design of the transmitter and design of the receiver each present challenges and opportunities for investigation.