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 seminar topics Active In SP Posts: 559 Joined: Mar 2010 30-03-2010, 12:34 PM GMSK: Gaussian Filtered Minimum Shift Keying Gina Colangelo EE194 - SDR Topics Background Minimum Shift Keying (MSK) Gaussian Filtering Spectral Efficiency GMSK vs. MSK Common Applications Introduction Digital modulation schemes are becoming increasingly important in wireless communication systems. Using an unfiltered binary data stream to modulate an RF carrier will produce an RF spectrum of considerable bandwidth. Techniques have been developed to minimize this bandwidth, improve spectral performance, and ease detection. Background MSK or Minimum Shift Keying is a digital modulation scheme in which the phase of the remains continuous while the frequency changes. GMSK or Gaussian-filtered Minimum Shift Keying differs from MSK in that a Gaussian Filter of an appropriate bandwidth is used before the modulation stage. We will first discuss MSK to understand the need for GMSK. MSK â€œ Minimum Shift Keying MSK is a continuous phase FSK (CPFSK) where the frequency changes occur at the carrier zero crossings. MSK is unique due to the relationship between the frequency of a logic 0 and 1. The difference between the frequencies is always Ã‚Â½ the data rate. This is the minimum frequency spacing that allows 2 FSK signals to be coherently orthogonal. MSK â€œ How It Works The baseband modulation starts with a bitstream of 0â„¢s and 1â„¢s and a bit-clock. The baseband signal is generated by first transforming the 0/1 encoded bits into -1/1 using an NRZ filter. This signal is then frequency modulated to produce the complete MSK signal. The amount of overlap that occurs between bits will contribute to the inter-symbol interference (ISI). Example of MSK 1200 bits/sec baseband MSK data signal Frequency spacing = 600Hz Pros of MSK Since the MSK signals are orthogonal and minimal distance, the spectrum can be more compact. The detection scheme can take advantage of the orthogonal characteristics. Low ISI (compared to GMSK) Cons of MSK The fundamental problem with MSK is that the spectrum has side-lobes extending well above the data rate (See figure on next slide). For wireless systems which require more efficient use of RF channel BW, it is necessary to reduce the energy of the upper side-lobes. Solution â€œ use a pre-modulation filter: Straight-forward Approach: Low-Pass Filter More Efficient/Realistic Approach: Gaussian Filter The Need for GMSK Gaussian Filter Impulse response defined by a Gaussian Distribution â€œ no overshoot or ringing (see lower figure) BT â€œ refers to the filterâ„¢s -3dB BW and data rate by: Notice that a bit is spread over more than 1 bit period. This gives rise to ISI. For BT=0.3, adjacent symbols will interfere with each other more than for BT=0.5 GMSK with BT=8 is equivalent to MSK. Trade-off between ISI and side-lobe suppression (top and bottom figures) The higher the ISI, the more difficult the detection will become. GMSK â€œ Applications An important application of GMSK is GSM, which is a time-division multiple-access system. For this application, the BT is standardized at 0.3, which provides the best compromise between increased bandwidth occupancy and resistance to ISI. Ninety-nine percent of the RF power of GMSK signals is specified to confine to 250kHz (+/- 25kHz margin from the signal), which means that the sidelobes need to be virtually zero outside this frequency band and the ISI should be negligible. References Haykin, S. 2001: Communication Systems. 4th ed. New York, NY. John Wiley & Sons. GMSK: Practical GMSK Data Transmission http://eetchina.com/ARTICLES/2003AUG/PDF...TEK_AN.PDF Minimum Shift Keying: A Spectrally Effiecient Modulation http://elet.polimi.it/upload/levantin/Si...y_1979.pdf Attached Files   GMSK Gaussian Filtered Minimum Shift Keying.ppt (Size: 327 KB / Downloads: 233) Use Search at http://topicideas.net/search.php wisely To Get Information About Project Topic and Seminar ideas with report/source code along pdf and ppt presenaion
 umeshss Active In SP Posts: 1 Joined: Sep 2010 09-02-2011, 07:05 AM hello friends, As I have chosen GMSK as the subject for seminar and presentation but I have a little knowlegde of it. I want to know the related links and materials resourcefull of above mentioned topic and the recent advancements in gsm modulation in order to prepare for the choiceness of seminar and presentation.
 seminar project explorer Active In SP Posts: 231 Joined: Feb 2011 09-02-2011, 09:40 AM GMSK: Gaussian Filtered Minimum Shift Keying GMSK was proposed by murota and Hirade in 1981 as the modulation scheme for mobile radio propagation. It is used in the GSM and DCS due to its bandwidth efficiency and constant envelope. This article studies the I-Q GMSK. The hardware realization of the GMSK modulator has been achieved through the new binary data. GSK detector has also been relized. Hardware implementation: In the GMSk modulator, the binary data is first converted into (+1,-1) sequence and then a sequence of rectangula pulses is achieved. Noise is added alongwith it and the noise is filtered using a gaussian filter. The phase accumulator integrates the filtered signal. The I and Q signals are obtained from the lookup tables for sine and cosine functions implemented in the PLAs. GMSK detector: The recieved signal is multiplied by the same carrier. Two signals are used-one is phase and other in quadrature with the signal. LPF stops the higher carrier terms. The phase detectors produce the in-phase and quadrature phase components. The differentiator produces the rectangular pulses. Envelope detector recieves the levels of pulses from which the binary data is recovered. See for details: http://nopr.niscair.res.in/bitstream/123...8)%2065-70 http://scribd.com/doc/42595880/GMSK-for-...-Telephony
 sunderkhand Active In SP Posts: 1 Joined: Mar 2011 04-03-2011, 07:09 AM Hello, Gina Colangelo my names Umesh from INDIA Iam interested in your seminar and presentation on GMSK so can you provide me full report to study and related links of GMSK MODULATION with regards, Umesh