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What does QPSK stand for ?

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Re: qpsk

qpsk is quadrature phase shift keying... here two bit datas r represented by using 4 signals with different phase....
 

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Re: qpsk

qpsk.....wat u do in this is, u use the phase as also a form to represent signal rather than just the magnitude as in the case of dpsk, etc.....

for better understandin...go through some basic digital comm books....simon haykins,etc...
 

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