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Agile Radio Implementation of OFDM Physical Layer for Dynamic Spectrum Access Research

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Agile Radio Implementation of OFDM Physical Layer for Dynamic Spectrum Access Research
In this paper we present the design process of an orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) implementation for the Kansas University Agile Radio (KUAR). The KUAR is a portable, experimental, FPGA-based softwaredefined radio unit employed as a testbed to facilitate advanced research into frequency agile and cognitive radios. The baseband processing in this implementation is accomplished entirely on a Xilinx Virtex-II Pro FPGA that is built into the KUAR. Our OFDM PHY implementation demonstrates the capabilities of the KUAR and serves as an important research tool in which to conduct actual experiments on multicarrier schemes for dynamic spectrum access communications, such as non-contiguous(NC)OFDM.
Jordan D. Guffey, Alexander M. Wyglinski, Gary J.
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Jordan D. Guffey, Alexander M. Wyglinski, Gary J. Minden
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