modulation recognition

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myyoucef
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modulation recognition

Post by myyoucef » Thu Jun 11, 2020 11:03 am

Hi, I have a question that seems stupid,
Since each frequency has an allocated band, given for the purpose of its use. Why we need the modulation recognition?
for example FM radio have a frequency allocation in 88–108 MHz,
so if I find myself in a range of 88–108 MHz, then I know that the captured signal is FM modulated.

thanks.

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Re: modulation recognition

Post by myyoucef » Thu Jun 11, 2020 12:27 pm

There is a lot of research in the topic of automatic modulation recognition.
my question is that, we know that each radio frequency has a reserved allocation band.
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if we capture a signal in the range of 525 -1705 kHz , we know that this spectrum is reserved for AM radio, so why we need to recognize the modulation since we know that’s AM modulation from the range 525 -1705 kHz.

thank you.

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Re: modulation recognition

Post by Username » Fri Jun 12, 2020 1:14 pm

Well that think is outdated a lot! :lol:

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