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8PSK:Example Of Circuit

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nu_Ox3r
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Sep 9th, 2008 at 10:13am  
anybody can help me to find an example of 8PSK Circuit?
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Reply #1 - Sep 9th, 2008 at 12:23pm  
See: Hughes HX .

Any DVB-S2 type carrier may contain blocks of symbols using various modulation methods, e.g. QPSK, 8PSK or 16-QAM etc.  It depends on the receive dish size, weather etc.   For example: Small dishes and bad weather will force to QPSK, large dishes in clear sky will allow 16-QAM.

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nu_Ox3r
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Reply #2 - Sep 9th, 2008 at 3:36pm  
thank you for response. but can i get the basic and simple 8PSK circuit. i need it for my research. i have been searching in internet but still didn't get it.hopefully you can help me..
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Reply #3 - Sep 9th, 2008 at 5:36pm  
I've noticed that you are probably in the Americas; if North America, then try AMC18 at 105 west.  Freq 3780 MHz Horizontal polarisation, 8PSK,  30000ksps 5/6 FEC DVB-S2 This is an unencrypted NBC HDTV broadcast carrier intended for general reception. ref: http://www.lyngsat.com/amc18.html

Look further on other satellites if you want something different, e.g. Ku band, depending on your receive facilities.

Best regards, Eric.
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