A new wireless modulation technique based on frequency-offset


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Haartsen, J.C. and Shang, X. and Balkema, J.W. and Meijerink, A. and Tauritz, J.L. (2005) A new wireless modulation technique based on frequency-offset. In: 12th Symposium on Communications and Vehicular Technology in the Benelux.

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Abstract:A new RF modulation scheme based on a frequency-offset technique is presented. Instead of using sinusoidal carriers, pure noise is applied as information bearer. The transmitted signal is a combination of modulated noise and unmodulated noise acting as a reference. The reference and modulated signals are separated by a frequency offset Δf which is much smaller than the transmission bandwidth. When using the technique, very large processing gains can be obtained which provides robustness in interference-prone environments. In addition, very simple transceiver implementations result. The paper shows both analytical and experimental results.
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