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Architecture and Filtering Requirements for Fully Digital Multi-radio Transmitters

Abstract : This paper gives filtering requirements for an all-digital transmitter and identifies technical and technological challenges. Herein, we highlight the trade-offs implied by such a transmitter. This work targets a flexible and low power consumption transmitter, taking into account advantages of sub-micron CMOS technologies. We focused on a multi-radio transmitter for cellular standards such as GSM, WCDMA and LTE for mobile applications. Results point out the mandatory frequency replicas management caused by up-sampling process and the so needed filtering before emission to be dimensioned. Specifications of the filter to design are given after an overall architecture study.
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Fabien Robert, Antoine Diet, Martine Villegas, Epifano Fabio, Cathelin Philippe, et al.. Architecture and Filtering Requirements for Fully Digital Multi-radio Transmitters. IEEE 21st symposium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, IEEE PIMRC 2010, Track n°1, Istanbul, Turkey, Sep 2010, Istanbul, Turkey. pp.Track n°1. ⟨hal-00553313⟩



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