Adaptive interferer cancellation using a Sampled Analog Signal Processor

Abstract : Software defined radios are developed with the aim to demodulate any standard. However, constraints make this practically unfeasible. A sampled analog signal processor was developed performing a fast Fourier transform using voltage samples. The idea is to process any RF signal 0 to 5 GHz using the fast Fourier transform to obtain frequency shifting and filtering, presenting a new approach to bring software radio closer to reality. A second version of the analog signal processor using 65 nm CMOS technology from STMicroelectronics is presented and measured
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Oskar Holstensson, Francois Rivet, Nicolas Regimbal, Yann Deval, Patrick Garrec, et al.. Adaptive interferer cancellation using a Sampled Analog Signal Processor. RADAR 2014, Oct 2014, LILLE, France. pp.51-69. ⟨hal-01015881⟩

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