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Author Topic: Book for BPSK  (Read 472 times)
K7MDO
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« on: July 05, 2007, 03:51:58 PM »

Can anyone recommend a "novice" level book on the theory and practice of BPSK. (Amazon?)

I have a Physics and Mathmatics background but have not studied any HF phase shift methods at all.  

I need a first(low)level book that at least gives me the knowledge of how the computer audio card can synthesize the signal for the HF transmitter.  How's it all work!  

New to PSK... 73 Tom

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« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2007, 04:55:49 AM »

Tom,

I know you said that you wanted a book (which is pretty rare these days), but as far as Internet sites go, here is a place to start: http://www.psk31.com/

As far as an ink on paper resource, you can't hardly beat, "ARRL's HF Digital Handbook" by Steve Ford, WB8IMY. It is available from the ARRL for $19.95, but you can save a whole dollar by buying it from Amazon.

Good luck!
Scott N0IU
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K7MDO
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« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2007, 07:41:56 AM »

Scott, thanks, I spent the weekend browsing the internet and did find some very helpful information.... usually form the ham radio community....

I downloaded the HRD program and started reading the manual for it and found a wealth of information there as well.

Will check out the book from ARRL...  thanks for the note, Tom
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