Design and implement binary digital modulation, MATLAB Programming

Design and implement Binary digital modulation for a specific input signal frequency, sampling frequency and signal level for binary frequency shift keying (BFSK) by applying MATLAB software.

Solutions must include :

1)All relevant Principles for specific digital modulation techniques.
2)All design steps including design criteria and calculations
3) Software simulation by applying MATLAB software
4) Critical analysis regarding discussion, comparison, conclusion and theoretical interpretation of the simulation results.
5) Proper referencing and citation.

Reports format must follow as per mention:

a)Abstract
b) Introduction
c) Main report
I) Principle of digital modulation method.
Ii) Design criteria, selections and calculations
iii) MATLAB Simulation and Results
IV) Critical analysis

d) Conclusion
e) References

 

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