Credits

BMS College Of Engineering (BMSCE), Banglore
Rachita C has created this Calculator and 25+ more calculators!
BMS College of Engineering (BMSCE), Bangalore
Vidyashree V has verified this Calculator and 50+ more calculators!

Deviation Ratio Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Deviation Ratio = Maximum Frequency Deviation/Maximum Modulating Frequency
D = Δfm/fmax
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Maximum Frequency Deviation - Maximum Frequency Deviation the maximum difference between the minimum or maximum extent of a frequency modulated signal, and the nominal center or carrier frequency. (Measured in Kilohertz)
Maximum Modulating Frequency - Maximum Modulating Frequency and the maximum keying frequency are not necessarily equal. (Measured in Kilohertz)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Maximum Frequency Deviation: 75 Kilohertz --> 75000 Hertz (Check conversion here)
Maximum Modulating Frequency: 15 Kilohertz --> 15000 Hertz (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
D = Δfm/fmax --> 75000/15000
Evaluating ... ...
D = 5
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
5 --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
5 <-- Deviation Ratio
(Calculation completed in 00.049 seconds)

10+ Analog communications Calculators

Lower Sideband Power
Lower sideband power = (Amplitude of Carrier Signal^2)*(Modulation Index^2)/(8*Resistance) Go
Modulation index with respect to amplitude sensitivity
Modulation Index = Amplitude sensitivity of modulator*Amplitude of modulating signal Go
Amplitude of Modulating Signal
Amplitude of modulating signal = (Maximum amplitude-Minimum amplitude)/2 Go
Transmission Efficiency with respect to Modulation Index
Transmission efficiency = (Modulation Index^2)/(2+(Modulation Index^2)) Go
Amplitude of Carrier Signal
Amplitude of Carrier Signal = (Maximum amplitude+Minimum amplitude)/2 Go
Maximum amplitude
Maximum amplitude = Amplitude of Carrier Signal*(1+Modulation Index) Go
Minimum Amplitude
Minimum amplitude = Amplitude of Carrier Signal*(1-Modulation Index) Go
Upper Sideband Power with respect to carrier power
Upper sideband power = Carrier power*(Modulation Index^2)/4 Go
Lower Sideband Power with respect to carrier power
Lower sideband power = Carrier power*(Modulation Index^2)/4 Go
Amplitude Sensitivity of Modulator
Amplitude sensitivity of modulator = 1/Amplitude of Carrier Signal Go

Deviation Ratio Formula

Deviation Ratio = Maximum Frequency Deviation/Maximum Modulating Frequency
D = Δfm/fmax

What determines the amount of deviation of an FM signal?

The amplitude of the modulating signal is converted to frequency variations of the FM ( Frequency Modulation ) signal. These variations are referred to as carrier deviation or deviation.

How to Calculate Deviation Ratio?

Deviation Ratio calculator uses Deviation Ratio = Maximum Frequency Deviation/Maximum Modulating Frequency to calculate the Deviation Ratio, Deviation Ratio is the ratio of the maximum carrier frequency deviation to the highest audio modulating frequency. Deviation Ratio is denoted by D symbol.

How to calculate Deviation Ratio using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Deviation Ratio, enter Maximum Frequency Deviation (Δfm) & Maximum Modulating Frequency (fmax) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Deviation Ratio calculation can be explained with given input values -> 5 = 75000/15000.

FAQ

What is Deviation Ratio?
Deviation Ratio is the ratio of the maximum carrier frequency deviation to the highest audio modulating frequency and is represented as D = Δfm/fmax or Deviation Ratio = Maximum Frequency Deviation/Maximum Modulating Frequency. Maximum Frequency Deviation the maximum difference between the minimum or maximum extent of a frequency modulated signal, and the nominal center or carrier frequency & Maximum Modulating Frequency and the maximum keying frequency are not necessarily equal.
How to calculate Deviation Ratio?
Deviation Ratio is the ratio of the maximum carrier frequency deviation to the highest audio modulating frequency is calculated using Deviation Ratio = Maximum Frequency Deviation/Maximum Modulating Frequency. To calculate Deviation Ratio, you need Maximum Frequency Deviation (Δfm) & Maximum Modulating Frequency (fmax). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Maximum Frequency Deviation & Maximum Modulating Frequency and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
Share Image
Let Others Know
Facebook
Twitter
Reddit
LinkedIn
Email
WhatsApp
Copied!