VEE Executable Files

(developed by Roderick Turner at Seneca College)

The files below are usable with the VEE development program or from the VEE runtime standalone package.

FILE DESCRIPTION
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Principle of AM: this demo provides both time and frequency domain representations of an AM signal, with adjustable modulating frequency and amplitude, as well as carrier frequency

AM Simulator
Principle of FM: this demo provides both time and frequency domain representations of an FM signal, with adjustable characteristics for both modulation and carrier

FM Simulator
Principle of ASK: a fully-adjustable 8-bit digital input is converted to an ASK output, with both time and frequency domain representations shown
ASK Simulator
Principle of FSK: a fully-adjustable 8-bit digital input is converted to an FSK output, with both time and frequency domain representations shown FSK Simulator
Principle of PSK: a fully-adjustable 8-bit digital input is converted to a PSK output, with both time and frequency domain representations shown PSK Simulator
Digital Noise Threshold: the effect of adding analog noise to a digital signal is illustrated in this demonstration program
Digital Noise Threshold
Pulse Train Signal Characteristics: the pulse train, whose characterisitcs are fundamental to those of  random digital signals, can be examined here in time and frequency domain

Pulse Train Characteristics