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By mhhha ·
hi everbody
please..
what is the formula of the bit error rate (BER) for the following modulation schemes
QPSK, GMSK(Gaussian minimum shift keying), DPSK...
i know that the BER of the QPSK is defined as BER = (pi/2^0.5)*exp(-Eb/N)
which is related to the energy bit per noise ratio ... i wish the other formulas are also relted to (Eb/n).
thank you all...
your friend hesham, mhhha

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by strakovsky In reply to bit error rate

Sorry, I dont remember such formulae, and I ain't have much time to calc. So, if you'd be interested in modulation theory, I'll recomend you to take a look at http://www.ee.byu.edu/ee/class/ee444/lectures.html

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by estebandelatorre In reply to bit error rate

You may find a lot of those "forgetable" formulas at:
http://www.electronictech.com/resources/sampchaps/miller/miller_ch03.pdf

The formula Eb/N0=(S/N)*(Bt/R), S/N
should be the one which achieve the bit error rate (BER).
www.fang.ece.ufl.edu/eel5718/qa.txt

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