Adjustable Radio Technology Using BPSK Modulation

Authors

  • L. Vamsikrishna Reddy Lingamdinne Department of ECE, SreeVidyanikethan Engineering College, Tirupati-517102
  • T.Ravi Sekhar Department of ECE, SreeVidyanikethan Engineering College, Tirupati-517102

Keywords:

RF Power Gating, MSK, BPSK, Phase detection

Abstract

This research paper proposes a technique called a radio gating, called an RF gating, which consists of a symbolic change of the active time radio (ATR) on the RF foreground. This technique is particularly suitable for adapting the receiver's energy consumption to performance requirements without changing its architecture. In the specific case of binary turn-key signalling, the effect of this method on the Bit Error Rate (BER) performance is studied (BPSK).In existing it Minimum shift keying signalling will used in RF Power gating technique, it will have, low efficiency, and more bit error rate. In this paper to modified the Minimum shift keying technique to Binary shift keying technique. Finally this work is implemented in VHDL, and synthesized with Xilinx FPGA Vertex-5, and shown the area, power and delay variations.

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Published

2021-05-25

How to Cite

[1]
L. V. R. Lingamdinne and T. . Sekhar, “Adjustable Radio Technology Using BPSK Modulation”, Int J Eng and Appl Phys, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 210–215, May 2021.