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What are differences between frequency and phase modulation?

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What are differences of frequency vs. phase modulation ?
 

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Re: FM vs. PM

thay have same teory in one of them variabe is f and in the other variabe is Φ
 

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Re: FM vs. PM

This is good presentation for Communication Technologies Modulation and Multiplexing ....
 

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FM vs. PM

You can see "Communication Systems" of Simon Haykin, and you can read what is the differences.
 

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Re: FM vs. PM

at phase modulation the message hide at phase of carrier but at frequency modulation message hide at frequency of carrier.
 

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Re: FM vs. PM

Although phase and freq. modulation are two types of angle modulation schemes they differ from each other in terms of their respective transmission bandwidth.
 

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Re: FM vs. PM

FM the carrier's frequency vary with the signal's input voltage

PM the carrier's phase vary with the signal's input voltage

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What are differences of frequency vs. phase modulation ?
 

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Re: FM vs. PM

Frequency Modulation (FM):
The carrier frequency 'fc' is linearly deviated by the message (modulating) signal 'm(t)', and the linear constant 'fm' is known as the Frequency Modulation Index.

fs(t) = fc + fm*m(t) thus S(t) = A*cos[2*pi*(fc + fm*integral(m(t))dt)]


Phase Modulation (PM):
The carrier phase is linearly deviated by the message signal, and the linear constant 'km' is known as the Phase Modulation Index.

S(t) = A*cos(2*pi*fc + km*m(t)) thus fs(t) = fc + km*derivative(m(t))dt

This means that the frequency of a PM signal is deviated by the Rate-Of-Change of the message signal, not by the amplitude of the message signal in the case of FM.

I hope this helps.
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Background Information:

When we talk about Frequency and Phase, we are talking about Periodic signals.
A Periodic signal repeats itself over and over again.
Each repetition is called a Cycle.

The Frequency of a periodic signal is typically measured in Cycles/Second (Hertz).
Phase is the time integral of frequency and is simply measured in Cycles.

The Sinusoid is the most fundamental form of periodic signal.
If we trace the circumference of a circle, centered at the origin of an x-y coordinate system, at a constant rate, and plot the y-value over time, we get a Sine Wave.
If we plot the x-value over time, we get a Cosine Wave, which is identical to a Sine wave but phase shifted by 1/4 of a cycle ahead.

In the case of a sinusoid we can define phase not just in cycles, but in angles or in relative distance along the circumference.
1 cycle = 360 degrees = 2*pi radians

Fourier theory shows that all complex periodic waveforms can be represented as a sum of different sinusoids (frequency components).
 

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Re: FM vs. PM

a Pm signal is completely simple build by an FM generator just by giving the input derivative of baseband signal..thats all
 

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