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# Table 15-2 Observe on the data signal of unipolar to bipolar converter by changing the duty

## Data Signal Data I/P TP1

Duty Cycles

50%

33%

66%
Table 15 -3 Observe on the PSK modulation signal by changing the frequency of carrier signal.
( Vc = 400 mV , fData= 100 Hz )

TP2 TP3

20 kHz

## TP4 PSK O/P

Table 15 -3 Observe on the PSK modulation signal by changing the frequency of carrier signal.
(Continue) ( Vc = 400 mV , fData = 100 Hz )

Frequencies

TP2 TP3
50kHz

## TP4 PSK O/P

Table 15 -3 Observe on the PSK modulation signal by changing the frequency of carrier signal.
(Continue) ( Vc = 400 mV , fData = 100 Hz )

Frequencies

TP2 TP3

100kHz

## TP4 PSK O/P

Table 15 -4 Observe on the PSK modulation signal by changing the amplitude of carrier signal.
(fc= 20 kHz , fData = 100 Hz )

Frequencies

TP2 TP3

400 m V

## TP4 PSK O/P

Table 15 -4 Observe on the PSK modulation signal by changing the amplitude of carrier signal.
(Continue)(fc = 20 kHz , fData = 100 Hz )

Frequencies

TP2 TP3

1V

## TP4 PSK O/P

Table 15 -5 Observe on the PSK modulation signal by changing the duty cycle of carrier signal.
( Vc = 400 mV , fc = 20 kHz , fData = 100 Hz )

Duty Cycles

TP2 TP3

33 %

## TP4 PSK O/P

Table 15 -5 Observe on the PSK modulation signal by changing the duty cycle of carrier signal.
(Continue) ( Vc = 400 mV , fc = 20 kHz , fData = 100 Hz )

Duty Cycles

TP2 TP3

66 %

## TP4 PSK O/P

15-5: Problems Discussion

1. What is the operation theory of the unipolar to bipolar converter as shown in figure 15-6?

2. What are the differences between PSK and ASK modulation circuits?