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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
11/29/2014 11:45:45 PM
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Re: refresh the basics
 Please have another series like this.

@nasimson, I agree with you. This series was very informative. Would really like to see more such series which refreshes our basics.


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nasimson
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11/29/2014 9:51:34 PM
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Re: refresh the basics
@ Perry:

I am talking about these writings. And I believe these are by you? So where does Steve Taranovich comes in?

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kendallcp
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11/29/2014 9:24:23 PM
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Re: refresh the basics
Thanks ever so much for your comment!  I'm sure Steve Taranovich will back up your request.  He's always prodding me to put more content onto Planet Analog.  Time is the only confounding factor.  I havent got enough time, which means that the frequency is inadequate  (-8b

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nasimson
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11/29/2014 9:21:42 PM
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refresh the basics
@ Perry:

Your three part OR series blog was kind of nostalgic. I really enjoyed reading them and refresh my basics on design trade offs. Please have another series like this.

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DaeJ
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11/1/2014 10:44:44 AM
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Re: Broad or Wide?
All answers related to question might be depending on how wireless communication could be designed toward engineer intention. Broad band could provide more capability to communicate simultaneously as avoiding the overload of Network, compared with narrow band. Broad band should be handled appropriately in backend in order to meet this feature.

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tzubair
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10/31/2014 7:03:59 PM
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Re: Broad or Wide?
"Hence bandwidth determines whether we have to choose narrow band or broadband."

@yalanand: I think the resultant bandwidth is the outcome of the type of band you use. However, you're right that the required bandwidth by the application determines the choice of the band.

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yalanand
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10/31/2014 7:20:10 AM
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Re: Broad or Wide?
Shouldn't the choice of broad or narrow depend on the kind of application, i.e. what kind of a transmission rate is required, what is the acceptable level of latency, what is the acceptable level of lost packets etc?

@tzubair, ultimately the bandwidth will have an impact on other parameters such as speed etc. Hence bandwidth determines whether we have to choose narrow band or broadband.


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yalanand
yalanand
10/31/2014 7:18:32 AM
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Re: Broad or Wide?
But much modern communication methodology also exploits techniques for avoiding or ignoring that interference.

@kendallcp, I agree with you. I think we also use concepts such as Phase shift keying (PSK)  and Frequency shift Keying (FSK) along with other traditional methods.

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tzubair
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10/31/2014 4:42:30 AM
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Re: Broad or Wide?
@DaeJ: Shouldn't the choice of broad or narrow depend on the kind of application, i.e. what kind of a transmission rate is required, what is the acceptable level of latency, what is the acceptable level of lost packets etc?

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samicksha
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10/17/2014 1:47:31 PM
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Re: Broad or Wide?
I guess most common use today for narrowband is audio spectrum to describe sounds, will be interesting to join this chat.

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