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Multi-standard programmable baseband modulator for next generation wireless communication

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Multi-standard programmable baseband modulator for next generation wireless communication
Considerable research has taken place in recent times in the area of parameterization of software defined radio (SDR) architecture. Parameterization decreases the size of the software to be downloaded and also limits the hardware reconfiguration time. The present paper is based on the design and development of a programmable baseband modulator that perform the QPSK modulation schemes and as well as its other three commonly used variants to satisfy the requirement of several established 2G and 3G wireless communication standards. The proposed design has been shown to be capable of operating at a maximum data rate of 77 Mbps on Xilinx Virtex 2-Pro University field programmable gate array (FPGA) board. The pulse shaping root raised cosine (RRC) filter has been implemented using distributed arithmetic (DA) technique in the present work in order to reduce the computational complexity, and to achieve appropriate power reduction and enhanced throughput. The designed multiplier-less programma...
Indranil Hatai, Indrajit Chakrabarti
Added 09 Dec 2010
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Indranil Hatai, Indrajit Chakrabarti
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