AM demodulation from I/Q file SDRSharp

Started by engrmasood2002 in comp.dsp5 years ago 7 replies

I have downloaded SDRSharp AM I/Q wav file from web with following attributes: single channel, floating point samples 22050 sample...

I have downloaded SDRSharp AM I/Q wav file from web with following attributes: single channel, floating point samples 22050 sample rate. i got this information about file from audacity software. The SDRSharp demodulates the samples and generate audio from file when it is played in it. I want to demodulate the same using AM demodulation from my software written in C++. i am using from...


Timing Recovery for Blind Demodulation

Started by McNab in comp.dsp13 years ago 7 replies

Hi! I'm working on a simulation of blind QAM demodulation in Matlab. So far i have implemented AGC, Carrier Phase tracking loop and a CMA...

Hi! I'm working on a simulation of blind QAM demodulation in Matlab. So far i have implemented AGC, Carrier Phase tracking loop and a CMA equalizer - but i have not yet implemented symbol timing recovery. I have seen numerous references to Band-Edge Timiing Recovery (BETR), wich seem to do the trick quite well. I just can't seem to find a lot of information on how it works! I have read "Pass...


MSK demodulation using PLL

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp13 years ago 1 reply

Can I implement a MSK demodulator using PLL? Basically I want to demodulate MSK using FM demodulator IC. The IC uses a PLL for...

Can I implement a MSK demodulator using PLL? Basically I want to demodulate MSK using FM demodulator IC. The IC uses a PLL for FM demodulation. What are the drawbacks in using PLL ( if I can use one ) as compared to coherent demodulator with carrier recovery? Thanks ~ Kaushal


Minimum Bandpass Filter Bandwidth for Binary FSK Demodulation

Started by Randy Yates in comp.dsp8 years ago 4 replies

I may very well be asking this question prematurely, and I may actually already know the answer but have forgotten it. In either case, please be...

I may very well be asking this question prematurely, and I may actually already know the answer but have forgotten it. In either case, please be kind... In binary FSK demodulation, one normally puts a bandpass filter around each of the mark and space frequencies. How small can this filter be? My thoughts cycle like this: 1) We want the filter to be as small as possible to remove as ...


about the 16qam demodulation in fading channel

Started by drproflipa in comp.dsp14 years ago 1 reply

Dear all, When I tried to calculate the BER in flat fading channel of 16QAM signals. It is found that the the performance very difficult to...

Dear all, When I tried to calculate the BER in flat fading channel of 16QAM signals. It is found that the the performance very difficult to approach the theoretical values. But in AWGN the demodulation algorithm works well. I found BER in fading channel is very sensitive to the Doppler. Any one can give some direction? Thanks in advance


FM Demodulation to extract Doppler Shift

Started by Chris87 in comp.dsp9 years ago 14 replies

Good morning, as part of a masters project I'm currently working on I need to extract the doppler shift from a digital signal in a DSP. So...

Good morning, as part of a masters project I'm currently working on I need to extract the doppler shift from a digital signal in a DSP. So far I'm successfully sampling the signal, which is centered at 4.88kHz with a Doppler shift of about +/- 1.5kHz. Previously I extracted the Doppler Shift using Matlab's "demod" function (FM demodulation) which worked quite well. I now implemented a qua...


Need Help on Costas Loop for coherent GMSK demodulation

Started by richard_zhang in comp.dsp11 years ago 5 replies

Dear all, I saw in google that costas loop can be used as the carrier recovery mechanism for coherent GMSK signal demodulation, but I did not...

Dear all, I saw in google that costas loop can be used as the carrier recovery mechanism for coherent GMSK signal demodulation, but I did not find any detailed article about it. Can anybody give a good reference to implement costas loop for gmsk? Any useful weblink or technical article will be appreciated. Richard


Does decimating after Sampling mean loss of data?

Started by Mehtap özkan in comp.dsp1 year ago 1 reply

Dear All, I use an AD9371 board and on it the ADC samples the input at 1228 MHz, then the sampled data is decimated by 5 and a downsampling FIR...

Dear All, I use an AD9371 board and on it the ADC samples the input at 1228 MHz, then the sampled data is decimated by 5 and a downsampling FIR filter reduces the output rate to 122.8 MSPS. This is what I have as an input to the FPGA where demodulation occurs. The signal to be demodulated is an 80 MHz wide QPSK modulated one. For ideal demodulation I need a 320 MSPS (x4 symbol rate). My quest...


CCK demodulation

Started by bizoo in comp.dsp12 years ago

Hi fellas, I am doing CCK demodulation by 802.11 standard. I have a signal which is a real WLAN packet but i am doing the decoding off line. My...

Hi fellas, I am doing CCK demodulation by 802.11 standard. I have a signal which is a real WLAN packet but i am doing the decoding off line. My original goal is to do this online with a DSP but intially i am saving the packet and doing decoding offline. I know where the CCK modulation starts in a WLAN packet so i starts decoding from that very instant. My operation steps are listed below: 1. ...


FM Demodulation - Complex baseband versus Real baseband

Started by Neville in comp.dsp12 years ago 18 replies

For FM demodulation, on the face of it, it appears that demodulating it using a real baseband and is no different from using a complex baseband....

For FM demodulation, on the face of it, it appears that demodulating it using a real baseband and is no different from using a complex baseband. The end result is the demodulated baseband. However it would appear that there is probaly an advantage (since most implementations using a DSP describe this method) demodulating using a complex baseband as opposed to a real baseband signal. So w...


DSSS modulation DQPSK

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp14 years ago 6 replies

Hi, I made a complete DSSS demodulator with DBPSK and DQPSK demodulation. In the case of DQPSK demodulation I've got the same PN_code on I...

Hi, I made a complete DSSS demodulator with DBPSK and DQPSK demodulation. In the case of DQPSK demodulation I've got the same PN_code on I and Q branchs. What is the advandatage to put different PN_code on I and Q ? And what is the advantage to make a complex spreading like this : At spreading (modulation) : (I+jQ).(PN_I+jPN_Q) So I signal becomes : I.PN_I-Q.PN_Q and Q signal become...


AM demodulation using MATLAB

Started by fara...@gmail.com in comp.dsp13 years ago 2 replies

Hey all, I am having some trouble with AM demodulation using MATLAB. I used the built-in MATLAB function butter to design a low pass filter and...

Hey all, I am having some trouble with AM demodulation using MATLAB. I used the built-in MATLAB function butter to design a low pass filter and using the transfer function obtained, I filtered the modulated signal multiplied by the carrier. Here's the part of my m-file which deals with it: dam=cos(2*pi*250*t).*am; % am=amplitude modulated signal [b,a]=butter(5,250*2*Ts); %designing low pa...


a question about the effect of channel estimation and equalization in ofdm

Started by MrJiang in comp.dsp10 years ago 4 replies

in OFDM systems, the LS channel estimation result should be H'=P'/P if we compensate the received data symbols with one tap scheme,...

in OFDM systems, the LS channel estimation result should be H'=P'/P if we compensate the received data symbols with one tap scheme, the equalization result should be D''=D'/H' = P*D'/P'; one the right of the above equation, D'/P' looks like the differential decoding result so the coherent demodulation with LS estimation and onetap equalization sees like the differential demodulation...


complex GMSK demodualtor with knowledge about preamble

Started by Pavel Schukin in comp.dsp12 years ago

Hello, everybody! I have a question about baseband GMSK signal demodulation. For my signal parameters are following: 1) BT=0.3, 2) Symbol...

Hello, everybody! I have a question about baseband GMSK signal demodulation. For my signal parameters are following: 1) BT=0.3, 2) Symbol rate equals sample rate 3) I know preamble sequence I suppose to apply match filter on preamble sequence for timing and frequency offset recovery. Is this method appreciable for baseband GMSK? Can i do something for demodulation having only baseband sig...


DDC a Satellite BPSK signal

Started by billykao in comp.dsp11 years ago 5 replies

Hello, I captured a raw 19.2K BPSK centered at 70 MHz. I want to tune it at 70 MHz and use the real part for BPSK demodulation. In MATLAB...

Hello, I captured a raw 19.2K BPSK centered at 70 MHz. I want to tune it at 70 MHz and use the real part for BPSK demodulation. In MATLAB simulation, I can generate a BPSK modulated with an IF. In FFT plot, I can see the peak of the IF. So if I can tune precisely at IF, I can have a perfect real signal for BPSK demodulation. In the real world, I cannot see the peak of the IF. So how c...


In-band high frequency noise in FM demodulation

Started by williamch in comp.dsp13 years ago 2 replies

Hi all, I have implemented FM demodulation(including Mono and Stereo) on FPGA. When it work on Mono mode, the audio quality sounds good. But...

Hi all, I have implemented FM demodulation(including Mono and Stereo) on FPGA. When it work on Mono mode, the audio quality sounds good. But if I changed the mode to the stereo, the audio quality sounds not very well. I have checked the spectrum of m(t), and there are high noise floor over high frequencies(looks like the response of a high pass filter). Even I changed the differentiator from ...


How many Noncoherent demodulation methods for CPM are there ?

Started by isgone in comp.dsp12 years ago 6 replies

and what are the methods? thanks !just tell me some of them,i need to know some Noncoherent demodulation methods for CPM. your help is appreciated !

and what are the methods? thanks !just tell me some of them,i need to know some Noncoherent demodulation methods for CPM. your help is appreciated !


thx for clay and julius, 'Still mathetical problem, but for AM demodulation with FIR filter"

Started by c1910 in comp.dsp12 years ago 9 replies

Clay, thanks for your opinion... my problem is the mathematical equation for how the FIR filter to process demodulation for AM. oya, bout the...

Clay, thanks for your opinion... my problem is the mathematical equation for how the FIR filter to process demodulation for AM. oya, bout the windowing method, u tell me...i found the equation for bandpass filter ideal. i read a book, and i got the equation for unideal filter. is it h=w.hd? h:transfer function unideal w:windowing coef. hd: transfer function ideal filter and do i hav...


PM demodulation

Started by Sam in comp.dsp15 years ago 53 replies

Hello all ! I would like to know if there is a quite simple (but efficient) way to demodulate a PM signal who is digitalized. I have seen...

Hello all ! I would like to know if there is a quite simple (but efficient) way to demodulate a PM signal who is digitalized. I have seen some for FM demod, especially with CORDIC. Does something exist for PM as well ? Many thanks ! Sam


am demodulation algorithm

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp13 years ago 3 replies

can anybody suggest me a good algorithm for demodulating AM signals that can be implemented in VHDL.

can anybody suggest me a good algorithm for demodulating AM signals that can be implemented in VHDL.