|Feb20-13, 08:56 PM||#1|
How do I generate a broadband or wideband carrier?
Generating a carrier on a single frequency is simple, just use an oscillator of a specific frequency and amplify.
But how do I generate a carrier that is 100KHz wide, or even 100MHz wide? The obvious answer is more oscillators, but is there a better way?
|Feb20-13, 11:55 PM||#2|
Welcome to the PF.
I don't think there is such a thing as a "carrier that is 100kHz wide". You can fill out a 100kHz channel with multiple carriers (like in OOFDM), or you can modulate a carrier, but a single carrier is generally at a single frequency.
What is the context of your question? What are you studying?
|Feb21-13, 08:42 AM||#3|
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