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Design Paradigm for Standard Agnostic Channelization in Flexible Mobile Radios

Abstract : The requirement of flexibility and multimode support in emerging communication paradigms has introduced new design challenges for implementing the hardware accelerator cores, which were typically optimized for a single mode of operation. This paper focuses on the computationally intensive channelization function in a flexible radio. This work introduces a theoretical framework, to systematically identify commonalities and redundancies in the channelization specification across multiple modes. A novel sample rate conversion ratio factorization strategy is also introduced, that allows a significant portion of the channelization accelerator to be hardwired and reused across multiple modes of operation.
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Navin Michael, A. Prasad Vinod, Christophe Moy, Jacques Palicot. Design Paradigm for Standard Agnostic Channelization in Flexible Mobile Radios. IEEE ISCAS 2010, May 2010, Paris, France. 4 p. ⟨hal-00471819⟩



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