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By Jon Hamkins, Marvin K. Simon, Joseph H. Yuen

This ebook introduces the reader to the idea that of an self sufficient software-defined radio (SDR) receiver. each one designated point of the layout of the receiver is handled in a separate bankruptcy written by way of a number of best innovators within the box. Chapters start with an issue assertion after which provide a whole mathematical derivation of an acceptable answer, a call metric or loop-structure as applicable, and function effects.

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The table entries “Table (j)” and bias offsets are obtained during system calibration and are uploaded to the Electra FPGA. 3 Electra Digital Modulator The Electra modulator is fully programmable and is implemented on the FPGA. A block diagram of the modulator is depicted in Fig. 2-9. The coding (differential, convolutional encoding) and scrambling functions also are implemented on the FPGA. However, these typically are not programmed and thus are not described herein. Instead, we describe the programmable digital modulator section extending from the coders to the digital-to-analog converter (DAC) outputs.

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