Packet Binary Convolution Coding

  • PBCC
German: Packet Binary Convolution Coding
Japanese: パケットバイナリ畳み込み符号化

Communications engineering. Packet binary convolution coding is a modulation technique developed by Texas Instruments that is used in the 2.4 GHz range for data communication in WLANs and achieves a data rate of 54 MBit/s. For the modulation PBCC uses a convolution code (mathematical method) based on 8-phase-shift-keying.

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