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Hybrid Filter Bank A/D conversion systems applied to future telecommunication scenarios

Abstract : Hybrid Filter Banks (HFB) A/D converters (ADC) are attractive to software-defined radio applications. Starting from a given sampling rate, they enlarge the conversion band-width. Also, it is possible to adapt the conversion characteristics (e.g. bandwidth and resolution) by software control. HFB have been studied in the context of the ANR VersaNum project. This work proposes optimal HFBs and a calibration technique to compensate the mismatch between the analog part and the digital part. Results are given for future telecommunication scenarios.
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Caroline Lelandais-Perrault, Zhiguo Song, Daniel Poulton. Hybrid Filter Bank A/D conversion systems applied to future telecommunication scenarios. IEEE International NEWCAS Conference (NEWCAS-TAISA'09), Jun 2009, Toulouse, France. 4 p. ⟨hal-00444399⟩

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