nLab waveform modulation



In signal processing, modulation refers to modification of a standard waveform (for example a sine wave?) according to a fixed algorithm in order to create a signal conveying the input to that algorithm. To create a digital signal, for example, the input to such an algorithm would typically be a sequence SS of bits, and the output of the algorithm would be a waveform from whose properties SS can be recovered.

Digital modulation

The following are forms of digital modulation.

  • On-off keying? (OOK)

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