Simple setup tests bit-error rate


Posted on Oct 12, 2012

Traditionally, the reception quality of a digital receiver is expressed in terms of BER (bit-error rate). This figure is the proportion of received bit errors in a given period. Typically, you measure the BER in the lab by applying an RF signal, modulated by a pseudorandom code, to the receiver under test. This Design Idea suggests an alternative method based on the use of a simple square wave. This method may not be superior to the usual technique, but it is simple to implement and gives a reliable result.






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