binary phase-shift keying

binary phase-shift keying

[′bīn·ə·rē ′fāz ‚shift ′kē·iŋ]
(communications)
Keying of binary data or Morse code dots and dashes by ±90° phase deviation of the carrier. Abbreviated BPSK.
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Support for Cutting-Edge Modulation Formats OptSim now includes models for accurately simulating coherent polarization-multiplexed binary phase-shift keying (PM-BPSK) as well as coherent multi-level polarization-multiplexed modulation formats such as PM-16QAM and PM-64QAM.