Wireless Communication System
Ed Cullerton and Charles Witte
Advisor: Dr. B. D. Huggins
In today's business environment, it is necessary to have an efficient communication system among all employees. With a computer available to most employees, a wireless communication system, or wireless modem, increases the mobility and potential of communicating computer terminals.
The wireless communication system operates according to the standards
of FCC part 15. These standards allow the operation of wireless communication
for unlicensed private use. The standard requires spread spectrum operation
which spreads the transmitted energy over a wider bandwidth. It also allows
several different data transmissions to occur over the same bandwidth without
interference. The bandwidth of transmission is given by FCC part 15 in
the 2.4 GHz range. The signal is modulated to the 2.4 GHz range before
the data is transmitted. The type of modulation used is not specified and
both BPSK and FSK were considered.
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