Design and Implementation of a Low Power Consumption of ASK, FSK PSK, and QSK Modulators Based on FPAA Technology

Thair A. Salih


Wireless communication techniques have become more popular due to their characteristics. These systems adopt the digital modification application, which provides more information for transmission and compatibility with digital data services as well as high information security and quality improvement. Digital wave signal-based communication techniques such as PSK, FSK, ASK, and QPSK considered among the most significant digital modulation techniques. These technologies are a crucial part of digital communication systems. Digital communication devices designed by FPAAs can provide multiple communication without arranging new devices and can support new within seconds. FPAA is extremely easy to reconfigure and program concerning FPGA or DSP-based applications.  This article offers real-time implementation of ASK, FSK PSK, and QPSK modulator techniques with low power consumption ‎based on the ‎capability for dynamic reprogramming of the FPAA AN231E04 device ‎Anadigm. FPAA techniques provide growing application and high pliability in the implementation of analog circuits. The measurements achieved from the proposed modulated circuits show that the form and properties of the theoretical outcomes agree perfectly with the practical outcomes. FPAA techniques provide growing application and high pliability in the implementation of analog circuits for minimizing the time of design and testing. Another feature is the minimum power exhaustion (165 mw) due to the switched capacitor method used by the FPAA Chip, which gives a high accuracy process.


FPAA; ASK; FSK; PSK; QPSK; digital modulation.

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