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MSK transmitter and receiver

by Krishna Sankar on June 16, 2009

OQPSK and MSK transmit sequence

In a post on Minimum Shift Keying (MSK), we had discussed that MSK uses two frequencies which are separated by and phase discontinuity is avoided in symbol boundaries. In that post, we had discussed MSK [...]

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Simulating Minimum Shift Keying Transmitter

by Krishna Sankar on January 19, 2008

phase transition diagram in binary MSK

Minimum shift keying (MSK) is an important concept to learn in digital communications. It is a form of continuous phase frequency shift keying . In minimum phase shift keying, two key concepts are used. (a) [...]

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