I'm trying to put together a document outlining features of all the different analog and digital paging formats. This has been unexpectedly hard, because there doesn't seem to be a comprehensive source of information on paging, other than a few decent amateur websites and some textbook sources.
The point where I've had the hardest time finding information has been with actual composition of paging signals.
* What modulation schemes do they use? eg. FSK, etc.
* What is the frequency deviation(s) for a given paging signal?
* What polarity does the modulation use? For example does a binary zero produce a positive or negative shift in frequency?
* How much Bandwidth does a given paging channel require?
Information on POCSAG is a bit easier to find, and even some scraps of information on Golay and FLEX are around, but the rest of the formats are only very vaguely described. I'm looking at the following formats:
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