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By Elettra Venosa

ISBN-10: 1461401127

ISBN-13: 9781461401124

This publication describes the layout of software program Radio (SWR). instead of offering an outline of electronic sign processing and communications, this ebook makes a speciality of issues that are an important within the layout and improvement of a SWR, explaining them in a very easy, but certain demeanour, giving simulation effects that ascertain the effectiveness of the proposed layout. Readers will achieve in-depth wisdom of key matters to allow them to truly enforce a SWR.

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Moreover the reasoning is not so trivial and such scaling needs to be analyzed carefully with reference to the two main sources of noise in the SDR receiver: • The channel, with noise wc (t) that is received by the system with the information signal; it may be confined to specific bands and be colored; • The “open band” of the ADC, with a wideband noise wADC (t) that is added to the received signal. 2 Sampling Rate Selection 21 In the following section both the noise contributions to w(t) = wc (t) + wADC (t) are specifically analyzed.

0] .. . 1 − hn [0] . . . . ... ... [0] .. . ...... 1 − hn [0] ... . .. τn < 0 .. τn > 0 0 1 l −1 0 1 l Fig. 11 Simplified equivalent discrete-time impulse response with complementary samples for τn > 0 and τn < 0 cos πr t cosine function i(t) = 1−4r2 tT2 sinc(t/T ), where 0 ≤ r ≤ 1 is the roll-off factor 1 corresponding to bandwidth 2T ≤ W ≤ T1 . In modeling the timing jitter process, we observe that τn causes a time-varying filtering effect with an impulse response hn [l] with values that sum up to one for each τn .

Rather, we want to directly find the conditions for which a fully digital receiver has the same information as an optimal analog receiver to decode s. φQ ] is structured as a consequence of sampling in terms of dimensions, rank and relations with its continuous-time counterpart; • How the noise after sampling affects the decoding process. 1. , φQ (t)} at rate fSA = 1/TSA , is called alias-free if +∞ Φp (f )Φ∗q f − n=−∞ m TSA df = F [φp (t)φq (t)]f =mfSA = 0, m = 0, ∀ p, q = 1, . 7) where Φp (f ) and Φq (f ) are the Fourier transforms of φp (t) and φq (t) respectively.

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