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MSK Demodulator

Started by Tim Wescott July 28, 2005
I've seen a number of inquiries about minimum shift keying, it's 
generation and demodulation.  I haven't been able to find anything to 
recommend on the web, which is frustrating since I built a MSK receiver 
for my Master's thesis about 15 years ago.

So I've posted my Master's thesis.  It goes into some detail about MSK, 
it's generation and demodulation.  It also goes into some detail about 
maritime DGPS data link requirements which I assume no one cares about 
-- but it's there if you do.

Thanks go to Joel Kolstad, KE7CDV, for scanning 88 pages from a bound 
book and making them look good enough to post without embarrasement.

http://www.wescottdesign.com/articles/MSK/mskTop.html

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Tim Wescott
Wescott Design Services
http://www.wescottdesign.com
Tim Wescott wrote:
> I've seen a number of inquiries about minimum shift keying, it's > generation and demodulation. I haven't been able to find anything to > recommend on the web, which is frustrating since I built a MSK receiver > for my Master's thesis about 15 years ago. > > So I've posted my Master's thesis. It goes into some detail about MSK, > it's generation and demodulation. It also goes into some detail about > maritime DGPS data link requirements which I assume no one cares about > -- but it's there if you do. > > Thanks go to Joel Kolstad, KE7CDV, for scanning 88 pages from a bound > book and making them look good enough to post without embarrasement. > > http://www.wescottdesign.com/articles/MSK/mskTop.html >
Hi, Tim - There was an article in the January 2003 issue of Circuit Cellar by Tom Napier concerning MSK. See http://www.circuitcellar.com/magazine/150toc.htm to purchase the article. Other than this, I've not seen anything on the Web either. Cheers, John
Tim Wescott wrote:
> I've seen a number of inquiries about minimum shift keying, it's > generation and demodulation. I haven't been able to find anything to > recommend on the web, which is frustrating since I built a MSK receiver > for my Master's thesis about 15 years ago. > > So I've posted my Master's thesis. It goes into some detail about MSK, > it's generation and demodulation. It also goes into some detail about > maritime DGPS data link requirements which I assume no one cares about > -- but it's there if you do. > > Thanks go to Joel Kolstad, KE7CDV, for scanning 88 pages from a bound > book and making them look good enough to post without embarrasement. > > http://www.wescottdesign.com/articles/MSK/mskTop.html >
Thanks Tim, thats a nice looking thesis, I look forward to reading it. I'd post mine, but I never got past Ch3 :( (because somebody offered me way too much $$$ :) Three cheers for Joel, its not the first time he's done this :) Cheers Terry