Just adding Frequencies to my SDR# frequency manager and I am halfway through PMR446 I just Added the first 5 FDMA channels, but I have just noticed that these FDMA Frequencies are all FSK Modulation.
Is FSK Modulation achievable on SDR# ?
If so HOW?
I only seem to be able to find in SDR#
NFM (Narrow Frequency Modulation).
WFM (Wide Frequency Modulation).
AM (Amplitude Modulation).
DSB (Double Sideband).
LSB (Lower Sideband).
CW (Carrier Wave).
USB (Upper Sideband).
RAW (I am presuming this is like a Headerless form of modulation I.E A non compressed audio File, like a WAV file or AIFF file).
Not really worth me carrying on adding those 16 FSK Channels if SDR# cant do FSK Modulation I know that some of these FDMA transmissions can also be analogue instead of in FSK but is it worth adding them?.
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Did you try looking up FSK to see what it is before posting this? If you did, you would have seen that FSK is a type of frequency modulation. So you can just use FM mode (NFM in this case). However since this signals will be digital you will still need to decode it.
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