What is BPSK Binary Phase Shift Keying?

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Binary Phase Shift Keying, or BPSK, is a change in the phase of a signal that is used to transmit binary messages. BPSK is the most simple form of PSK. There are only two phases, each 180 degrees apart.
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differential phase-shift keying. (′dif·ə′ren·chəl ′fāz ′shift ′kē·iŋ) ( communications. Form of phase-shift
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