Description: 2FSK (frequency shift keying) is binary digital frequency modulation (binary frequency shift keying). The carrier frequency is used to transmit digital information, that is, the carrier frequency is controlled by the transmitted digital information. The convenience of 2FSK signal is that symbol "0" corresponds to carrier frequency f1, while symbol "1" corresponds to modulated waveform of carrier frequency f2 (another carrier frequency different from f1), and the change between F1 and F2 is instantaneous. When transmitting the "0" signal, the carrier with the transmission frequency of F 1; when transmitting the "1" signal, the carrier with the transmission frequency of f2. It can be seen that FSK uses different frequency carriers to transmit digital information.
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|2FSK|| 0 || 2019-04-13
|2FSK\creat_training.m|| 447 || 2019-03-23
|2FSK\rx_2FSK.m|| 4429 || 2019-03-23
|2FSK\rx_frame_sync.m|| 547 || 2019-03-23
|2FSK\syn_time.m|| 756 || 2019-03-23
|2FSK\tx_2FSK.m|| 5522 || 2019-03-23|