Baseband processing architectures for SDR

Yuan Lin, Mark Woh, Sangwon Seo, Chaitali Chakrabarti, Scott Mahlke, Trevor Mudge

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Abstract

Wireless communication has become one of the dominating applications in today’s world. Mobile communication devices are the largest consumer electronic group in terms of volume. In 2007, there was an estimated 3.3 billion mobile telephone subscriptions. This number is roughly half of the world’s population. Applications like web browsing, video streaming, e-mail, and video conferencing have all become key applications for mobile devices. As technology becomes more advanced, users will require more functionality from their mobile devices and more bandwidth to support them. Furthermore, in recent years, we have seen the emergence of an increasing number of wireless protocols that are applicable to different types of networks. Figure 21.1 lists some of these wireless protocols and their application domains, ranging from the home and office WiFi network to the citywide cellular networks. The next-generation mobile devices are expected to enable users to connect to information ubiquitously from every corner of the world.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationThe Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition
Subtitle of host publicationThe Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing
PublisherCRC Press
Pages21-1-21-18
ISBN (Electronic)9781420046052
ISBN (Print)9781420046045
StatePublished - Jan 1 2009

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Mobile devices
Processing
Video conferencing
Consumer electronics
Video streaming
Communication
Telephone
Bandwidth

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)
  • Computer Science(all)

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Lin, Y., Woh, M., Seo, S., Chakrabarti, C., Mahlke, S., & Mudge, T. (2009). Baseband processing architectures for SDR. In The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing (pp. 21-1-21-18). CRC Press.

Baseband processing architectures for SDR. / Lin, Yuan; Woh, Mark; Seo, Sangwon; Chakrabarti, Chaitali; Mahlke, Scott; Mudge, Trevor.

The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing. CRC Press, 2009. p. 21-1-21-18.

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Lin, Y, Woh, M, Seo, S, Chakrabarti, C, Mahlke, S & Mudge, T 2009, Baseband processing architectures for SDR. in The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing. CRC Press, pp. 21-1-21-18.
Lin Y, Woh M, Seo S, Chakrabarti C, Mahlke S, Mudge T. Baseband processing architectures for SDR. In The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing. CRC Press. 2009. p. 21-1-21-18
Lin, Yuan ; Woh, Mark ; Seo, Sangwon ; Chakrabarti, Chaitali ; Mahlke, Scott ; Mudge, Trevor. / Baseband processing architectures for SDR. The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: The Digital Signal Processing Handbook, Second Edition: Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing. CRC Press, 2009. pp. 21-1-21-18
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