International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research (ISSN 2347-4289)

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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289

Analysis Of Multimode Radio For Wireless Comunication Applications

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Patil Amrit T., Bendre Pallavi G.



Keywords: Multimode Radio (MMR); Bit Error Rate (BER); BPSK; QPSK; MPSK;



ABSTRACT: A multimode radio communication technology that is based on software defined wireless communication protocols instead of hardware implementations. It means that, modulation technique, air interface protocol and functionality can be upgraded with software download and update instead of a total hardware substitution. It provides an efficient and protected solution to the difficulty of building multi-mode and multifunctional wireless communication devices. A multimode radio is able to being re-programmed or reconfigured to operate with different waveforms and protocols through dynamic loading of novel waveforms and protocols. These waveforms and protocols can contain several different parts, including modulation techniques and performance characteristics explained in software as part of the waveform itself. A multimode radio is mostly used basic digital modulation techniques. This is achieved by combining basic modulation techniques together. The global wireless communication application requires a flexible and updated radio system. A Multimode radio is steps towards future wireless communication technology.We have suggested a new multimode wireless radio. We have analyzed the performance of this new multimode radio. We have considered important performance metrics of multimode radio such as SNR, BER and signal constellation. This simulation is done by using the MATLAB.



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