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This tutorial is also intended for non-specialists, as it involves as little maths as possible while presenting most results using GNURadio's flowgraph. Some examples involving simple modulation schemes used in HAM radio are presented. While introducing complex signals can be seen as increasing complexity, we will see that it drastically simplifies the understanding of certain concepts, such as synchronization.  
 
This tutorial is also intended for non-specialists, as it involves as little maths as possible while presenting most results using GNURadio's flowgraph. Some examples involving simple modulation schemes used in HAM radio are presented. While introducing complex signals can be seen as increasing complexity, we will see that it drastically simplifies the understanding of certain concepts, such as synchronization.  
  
If you are searching for more detailed information, please refer to the literature--such as references [[#ancre1|[1]]],[[#ancre2|[2]]],[[#ancre3|[3]]].  
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If you are searching for more detailed information, please refer to the literature--such as references [[#ancre1|[1]]],[[#ancre2|[2]]],[[#ancre3|[3]]].
  
 
== Some maths ==
 
== Some maths ==

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