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Architecture reconfigurable pour la numérisation du signal radio de récepteurs mobiles multi-standards

Abstract : Reconfigurable Architecture for Analog-to-Digital Conversion of Multistandard Mobile RF receiver signals The mobile communications evolution requires receivers architectures able to process existing standards facilities, emerging services, and applications related to the next generations. This Ph. D. Thesis presents a Reconfigurable Architecture for Analog-to-Digital Conversion of Multistandard Mobile RF receiver signals. - It proposes the architecture best suited to handle various mobile standards. Homodyne receivers are particularly adapted because they combine strong integration and multistandard implementation. - It presents an analog baseband reconfigurable GSM/UMTS architecture. - It shows a method to define specifications for each analog baseband block from the standard technical specifications. This method highlights the trade-off between the performed functions. - It describes a GSM/UMTS analog-to-digital converter and finally, the design of a GSM/UMTS antialiasing filter.
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Elizabeth Colin. Architecture reconfigurable pour la numérisation du signal radio de récepteurs mobiles multi-standards. domain_other. Télécom ParisTech, 2003. English. ⟨pastel-00000856⟩

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