Design of a Power Conscious, Customizable CDMA Receiver

Item Type: Proceeding
MIUR type: Proceedings > Proceedings
Title: Design of a Power Conscious, Customizable CDMA Receiver
Authors string: Martina M., Molino A., Nicola M., Vacca F.
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Page Range: pp. 1028-1031
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3540408223
ISSN: 0302-9743
Volume: 2778
Event Title: Field Programmable Logic and Application
Abstract: 2G wireless systems have gained a widespred diffusion. Due to this fact, the transition to 3G ones can be critical. A possible solution to the interoperability problem can came from the Software Defined Radio paradigm. In this paper a complete, reconfigurable CDMA receiver implementation over a Xilinx XCV300E FPGA is described
Date: 2003
Status: Published
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Departments (original): DELEN - Electronics
Departments: DET - Department of Electronics and Telecommunications
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    Id Number (DOI): 10.1007/978-3-540-45234-8_112
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