modulation code

modulation code

[‚mäj·ə′lā·shən ‚kōd]
(communications)
A code used to cause variations in a signal in accordance with a predetermined scheme; normally used to alter or modulate a carrier wave to transmit data.
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Having the advantages of spectrum efficiency, dynamic distribution of spectrum resource and being an effective solution to dispersion in fiber transmission, OFDM transmission has, for a long time, been the subject of investigation for use as the modulation code signal.
This involved driving the VSS simulation with existing Matlab modulation code, then decomposing and re-implementing it with the proposed modulation scheme.

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