Power Spectrum of MSK-Type Modulations in the Presence of Data Imbalance

  title={Power Spectrum of MSK-Type Modulations in the Presence of Data Imbalance},
  author={Marvin K. Simon and Payman Arabshahi and Linh Lam and T.-Y. Yan},
Using the amplitude-modulation pulse (AMP) representation of continuousphase modulation (CPM) introduced more than a decade ago by Laurent, the power spectral density (PSD) of minimum-shift-keying (MSK)-type modulations (modulation index equal to one-half) is computed in the presence of data imbalance. The advantage of this technique is that closed-form expressions can be obtained that clearly elucidate the partitioning of the spectrum into components due to the effective AMP pulse shapes and… CONTINUE READING


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