demodulation


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(electronics) the reception of a signal by extracting it from the carrier wave

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(NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced joint efforts with Qualcomm Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, that resulted in the industry's first Global Certification Forum (GCF) validation of 5G New Radio (NR) conformance test cases for radio frequency (RF) demodulation and radio resource management (RRM) in non-standalone (NSA) mode for frequency range (FR) 1.
Finally, the demodulation at the destination node D is analyzed.
The RF spectrum for the in-phase component at cyclic prefix of 1/32 where the effective area is 150[micro][m.sup.2] after OFDM modulation and demodulation are shown in Figures (6,7), the power of the RF is measured at -10 dBm after the OFDM modulation and at -39dBm after the OFDM demodulation.
The proposed structure has higher sensitivity of 0.097 dB/Oe and modulation depth of 78% compared with the existing magnetic field sensors based on SMS and MF, which are mostly wavelength demodulation, such as the magnetic field sensor with sensing sensitivity of 0.01939 dB/Oe by using a square no-core fiber [12].
This motivates us to reveal gear fault signature via amplitude demodulation analysis.
However, the demodulation complexity of [7]-[8] significantly increases along with the number of access datastreams.
First, we describe the quadrature demodulation of an AM radio signal containing HV noise.
The phase demodulation trouble has been formulated as an optimization challenge, where soft computing procedures may be used to find the phase solution that best matches the nonlinear equation represented by fringe patterns.
Optimized for real-time signal processing with FPGA technology, the DP-1000 analyzes up to 32x8 single or bonded US/DS channels (DOCSIS 3.0) and 2x1 OFDM US/DS channels (DOCSIS 3.1), and includes numerous channel-filtering, demodulation, triggering, display, and upgrade features.
Optimized for real-time signal processing with FPGA technology, the DP-1000 analyzes up to 32 x 8 single or bonded US/DS channels (DOCSIS 3.0) and 2 x 1 OFDM US/DS channels (DOCSIS 3.1), and it includes numerous channel-filtering, demodulation, triggering, display, and upgrade features.
This enables it to offer a full range of RBW/VBW (resolution bandwidths/video bandwidth) settings, multiple detector modes, and advanced features such as waveform demodulation and automatic measurements.
LitePoint zSignal for LTE is a comprehensive demodulation and vector signal analysis software toolkit for compliance testing and characterization of LTE cellular devices.
Compared to conventional EM radiation, (1) EMDs can be measured more easily and observed in real time through a PCD demodulation process and (2) EMD information leakage can be used to successfully attack a contactless smart card.
Components used in the conventional QPSK demodulator for the demodulation process such as VCO, LPF, and mixers increase the power consumption of the system.