Lab6 Report - thth rd J (97kHz) st st th J...

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Calibration Completed 11-17-09 Measured Values 1 st Harmonic (0.1MHz) 2 nd Harmonic (0.2MHz) 4 th 3 rd Background Noise 0.1MHz Component Value is incorrect due to bad calibration Correct span data 1 st Harmonic (0.1MHz) 1 st Harmonic (0.1MHz) Measured Values 1 st Harmonic (1kHz) 2 nd Harmonic (2kHz) 4 th Background Noise 3 rd Measured Values J 0 (100kHz) J -1 (99kHz) J 1 (101kHz) J 2 (102kHz) J -2 (98kHz) J 3 (103kHz) J -3 (97kHz) J 4 (104kHz) J -4 (96kHz) Measured Values J 0 (100kHz) J 3 (103kHz) J -1 (99kHz) J 1 (101kHz) J 2 (102kHz) J -3 (97kHz) J -2 (98kHz) J 4 (104kHz) J -4 (96kHz) Original frequency Measured Values 1 st Harmonic (1kHz) 2 nd Harmonic (2kHz) 3 rd 8 th 7 th 5 th 4 th 9 th 6 th Background Noise Ryan Beasley 12-1-09 ECE 405L Experiment #6 Properties of Frequency Demodulation and Frequency Multiplexing
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Ryan Beasley Experiment #6 ECE 405L Objective: One objective of this lab is to investigate the mathematical properties of Frequency Demodulation waveforms using common communications laboratory equipment. Another objective of this lab is to learn the properties of the Frequency Division
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