Modulation In Radio-Frequency




Credit: 20 PDH

Course Fee: $60.00

230 Pages

 

Course Summary

In this course, they discuss about modulation as it applies to radio-frequency communications. To modulate is to impress the characteristics (intelligence) of one waveform onto a second waveform by varying the amplitude, frequency, phase, or other characteristics of the second waveform. Then, an important principle called HETERODYNING (mixing two frequencies across a nonlinear impedance) will be studied and applied to modulation. Nonlinear impedance will be discussed in the heterodyning section.

Learning Objectives

  • Amplitude Modulation
  • Angle and Pulse Modulation
  • Demodulation

Course Author

US Navy

 

 

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