Onabajo Awarded Patent for FSK Wireless Transmitters
ECE Associate Professor Marvin Onabajo was awarded a patent for “Low-power frequency-shift keying (FSK) wireless transmitters.”
Abstract Source: USPTO
Techniques and architectures for providing FSK signal modulation using mixing for the generation of the two output frequencies are described. In an embodiment, a frequency-shift keying (FSK) transmitter may be operative to provide transmission of wireless signals. The FSK transmitter may include a high-frequency generator to generate at least one high-frequency wave signal based on a fixed frequency signal, a low-frequency generator to generate at least one low-frequency wave signal based on the fixed frequency signal, and at least one mixer to mix the at least one high-frequency wave signal and the at least one low-frequency wave signal to generate a logic signal, the logic signal comprising one of a logic 0 signal or a logic 1 signal based on digital input data.