Signal and noise analysis and performance criteria for a quantized frequency modulation system.
Flowers, Walter R.
Marmont, George H.
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Quantized Frequency Modulation is one of the various methods used to reduce the effects of multipath propagation of high frequency radio waves. The modulation technique is described, and a signal and noise analysis is made resulting in a theoretical maximum performance criteria. A comparison is made with the performance of various configurations of the system demodulator.
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