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MT Pulse Shaping Filter (G Dataflow)

Last Modified: September 9, 2016

Generates a sampled continuous-time I/Q baseband waveform from the discrete-valued input symbols by applying a pulse-shaping filter.

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Applies a pulse-shaping filter to an input stream comprised of PAM, ASK, QAM, and nonoffset PSK-modulated symbols. Separate nodes are available for offset PSK, FSK, and MSK.
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Applies a pulse-shaping filter to an input stream comprised of offset PSK-modulated symbols. The node shifts the Q-phase baseband data by ½ symbol relative to the I-phase baseband data, so the first Q-symbol lasts for the duration of 1.5 symbol periods.
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Applies a pulse-shaping filter to an input stream comprised of FSK-modulated symbols. The node performs filtering using the specified pulse shaping filter coefficients followed by accumulation on the phase of the information symbols to generate the oversampled FSK-modulated complex baseband waveform. This process is the digital equivalent of continuous-time analog frequency modulation.
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Applies a pulse-shaping filter to an input stream comprised of MSK- or CPM-modulated symbols. The node performs filtering using the specified pulse shaping filter coefficients followed by accumulation on the phase of the information symbols to generate the oversampled MSK- or CPM-modulated complex baseband waveform. This process is the digital equivalent of continuous-time analog frequency modulation.

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