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Decimation Chain Modeling for Dual-Band Radio Receiver and Its Operation for Continuous Packet Connectivity
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 Title & Authors
Decimation Chain Modeling for Dual-Band Radio Receiver and Its Operation for Continuous Packet Connectivity
Park, Chester Sungchung; Park, Sungkyung;
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 Abstract
A decimation chain for multi-standard reconfigurable radios is presented for 900-MHz and 1,900-MHz dual-band cellular standards with a data interpolator based on the Lagrange method for adjusting the variable data rate to a fixed data rate appropriate for each standard. The two proposed configurations are analyzed and compared to provide insight into aliasing and the signal bandwidth by means of a newly introduced measure called interpolation error. The average interpolation error is reduced as the ratio of the sampling frequency to the signal BW is increased. The decimation chain and the multi-rate analog-to-digital converter are simulated to compute the interpolation error and the output signal-to-noise ratio. Further, a method to operate the above-mentioned chain under a compressed mode of operation is proposed in order to guarantee continuous packet connectivity for inter-radio-access technologies. The presented decimation chain can be applied to LTE, WCDMA, GSM multi-mode multi-band digital front-end which will ultimately lead to the software-defined radio.
 Keywords
Aliasing;Compressed mode;Continuous packet connectivity;Decimation;Interpolator;Polynomial;
 Language
Korean
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