I have a digital data signal with frequency in the 434-438 MHz band. The data is BFSK modulated with frequency deviation of 9.6 khz, baud rate of 1200 bps. The bandwidth is 25 Khz. Is there a way I can receive the above signal on Kenwood TS-2000. The maximum deviation of TS2000 on BFSK mode is 850 Hz. But can I receive the data by using the TS200 in FM mode ? Is the baud rate of 1200 bps supported by TS2000 ?
Ashish, you should be able to receive this using FM. I'm not sure what the BFSK mode of the TS-2000 is but the data should be visible in FM mode. You will then have an audio square wave (or rounded if there is some bit shaping).
If you feed the audio into a computer soundcard, you should be able to record the data with something like Audacity and see the bits. That will give you confidence that you can demodulate it from there.
Kevin Reid has the most important point-- +/-9.6 kHz is beyond the +/- 7.5 kHz bandwidth of the TS-2000 receive filters. Without first modifying the hardware (replacing filter), I would expect the receive signal to be distorted, quite possibly beyond use.