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MTS LAB 1

Digital BPSK Data Signal Generation

Students: Teacher:

Fatu Adelina-Georgiana Prof.Dr.Ing. HALUNGA Simona

Bernovici Bogdan

GROUP 1232

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Exercise 1: E1. . Product – returns the modulated signal by making the product between the random signal and the sine carrier. Random Number – generates a random signal of a number of sample values.01 = 100 Hz) in order to be able to compute the FFT of the signal. The number of sample values is defined by adjusting the sample time parameter.2.3. It is the signal to be modulated. E1. Sine Wave – generates the carrier wave. Spectrum Scope – computes the FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) of the input signal and displays the spectrum. Which is the influence of the “Seed” parameter on the signal? And which is the influence of the sample time on the modulated signal? E1.1. What can be seen with “FFT scope”? E 1. Sign – provides a restriction for the signal generated by the Random Number block. Zero Order Hold – changes the sampling rate of the input signal to the one specified in the block parameter (sample time = 0. After the Sign block. the signal only takes the values: 1 (for positive) and -1 (for negative). For a random data signal write the analitical formula for BPSK signal and its spectrum.01 s => sampling frequency = 1/0. Explain the role of each block from the scheme above.1.

E 1. in it. Keeping constant limit band frequencies for both filters measure the delay introduced by them if the order are 2.3. The Sample Time parameter gives the number of samples that is generated by the random number.3. The carrier recovery scheme for a BPSK signal: Exercise 2 E2. we can determine the bandwidth occupied by the signal. (5) şi (6). E2.4. What can you see watching simultaneous with “Multiplexer” block the carrier used at the transmission and the one recovered? E2. Considering that the generated BPSK data have the expression prove analitical that this scheme can recover the carrier and write the signals in the following points: (2). . E2. This result represents the spectrum of the signal and. Explain the role of each block from the scheme above. the greater the number of samples. Prove analical this delay and compare them to the ones simulated.2. (3). (4).E 1. The smaller the sample time.2.1. Seed gives a specific sequence of numbers to be generated. The FFT scope displays the result of the Fast Fourier Transform being applied to the signal. 5 and 10.

e.g. Saturation – clips the input signal to the specified upper and lower bounds (1 and 0). Analog Filter Design – creates a filter (in this case. . Gain – multiplies the input signal with the specified scalar value. a Butterworth Band-pass Filter). Scope – displays the shape in time of the input signal. J-K Flip-Flop – transfers data into a memory element (flip-flop) on the falling edge of each clock pulse.Ex 2. Product – returns the modulated signal by making the product between the random signal and the sine carrier. thus we convert the signal from double to Boolean.1 The BPSK Subsystem is the BPSK signal generator drawn in the previous block scheme which contains the BPSK modulator. J-K Flip Flop requires a Boolean value at the input. It generates the modulated BPSK signal at the BPSK output and the random signal used in the previous scheme at the Data output. Data Type Conversion – converts the input to the specified data type.