Lab 9: Binary Phase-Shift Keying
This is lab 9 of 12 in the course
Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
In phase-shift keying (PSK), information is encoded on the phase of the transmitted carrier, rather than on its amplitude (ASK) or its frequency (FSK). In binary phase-shift keying (BPSK) there are two phase values, 0 and 180, which means that an unmodified carrier is transmitted to represent one binary data value, while an inverted carrier is transmitted to represent the other binary data value.