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  • The new digital radio system DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting, nowadays often called Digital Radio) is a very innovative and universal multimedia broadcast system which will replace the existing AM and FM audio broadcast services in many parts of the world in the future. It was developed in the 1990s by the Eureka 147/DAB project. DAB is very well suited for mobile reception and provides very high robustness against multipath reception. It allows use of single frequency networks (SFNs) for high frequency efficiency....

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  • Radio was born from the convergence of many inventions and technologies more than a hundred years ago. To make sense of the current media changes it pays to study the lessons of history. The same trends reoccur with the convergence of old and new media and technology in the digital domain as they did in the past. Those who understand them will make good decisions about the future.

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  • You will understand the physical meaning behind the mathematics of wireless signals and learn the intricacies and tradeoffs in signal selection and design.

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  • Đồ án: Hệ thống Radio-over-fiber (Analog & Digital) trình bày tổng quan về hệ thống thông tin quang, các đặc điểm cơ bản của hệ thống thông tin quang, ý tưởng của đề tài, quá trình phát triển của hệ thống thông tin quang, các thành phần cơ bản trong hệ thống thông tin quang, đánh giá chất lượng hệ thống thông tin quang, hệ thống truyền sóng vô tuyến qua sợi quang, tổng quan về kiến trúc hệ thống RoF, hệ thống ROF tương tự và số, ưu và nhược điểm của công nghệ RoF...

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  • Data converters are one of the key enabling technologies for the software defined radio (SDR). Regardless of the interpretation of the definitions – software radio, software defined radio, software based radios – the challenge of moving the analog-digital boundary closer to the antenna is the critical step in establishing the foundation for increasing the content and capability of digital signal processing (DSP) in the radio. SDR technologies have provided the incentives for the breakthrough in converter technologies pushing the state-of-the-art [1]....

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  • All wireless communication systems have traditionally employed a radio frequency front end (RF FE) (see Figure 3.1), located between the antenna and the baseband subsystem, the latter commonly implemented with digital signal processing technology. While ‘pure’ software radios anticipate analog-to-digital conversion at the antenna, dispensing with the need for this element of the radio, today’s ‘pragmatic’ software defined radios (SDRs), still (and as will be seen later in this chapter, for the foreseeable future) require an RF FE and place stringent demands thereon....

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  • Front End Technology Front End design – including RF Architecture, Data Conversion and Digital Front Ends – has emerged as a key issue as SDR techniques are finding themselves increasingly embodied by stealth into today’s new products. The radical solution – ‘Pure’ Software Radio, with A/D conversion at the antenna – is not yet feasible at GHz carrier frequencies. However, recent technology advances suggest it may be nearer than had been thought.

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  • Wireless communications is rapidly becoming one of the ubiquitous technological underpinnings of modern society (such as electric power, fossil fuels, automobiles, etc.). Few people think about the technology within their mobile phones, remote controls, garage door openers, GPS navigation devices, and so on. They are always at hand and reliably work for the user. Yet even within the electrical engineering (EE) community, radio communication techniques have a reputation as a “Black Art” that can only be successfully practiced by “RF people”. This is changing, albeit slowly.

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  • Digital Processing Tradeoffs This chapter addresses digital hardware architectures for SDRs. A digital hardware design is a configuration of digital building blocks. These include ASICs, FPGAs, ADCs, DACs, digital interconnect, digital filters, DSPs, memory, bulk storage, I/O channels, and/or general-purpose processors. A digital hardware architecture may be characterized via a reference platform, the minimum set of characteristics necessary to define a consistent family of designs of SDR hardware....

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  • The Radio Spectrum and RF Environment Radio is the penultimate medium for mobile communications, but it has also been used for many fixed-site applications such as AM/FM broadcast, satellite trunking, point-to-point microwave telephony, and digital TV. Although there are radio applications in very low frequencies (VLF) and extremely low frequencies (ELF), these bands require extensive fixed-site infrastructure whose size and cost is dominated by the mile-long antennas and megawatt-power handling requirements. SDR insertion opportunities in these bands are limited. ...

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  • The Front End of a Digital Transceiver The first question that might arise is: What is the digital front end? The notion of the digital front end (DFE) has been introduced by the author in several publications (e.g. [13]). Nonetheless it is useful to introduce the concept of the DFE at the beginning of this chapter. Several candidate receiver and transmitter schemes have been presented by Beach et al. in Chapter 2. They all have in common that they are different from the so-called ideal software radio insofar as the signal has to undergo some signal processing steps before the baseband...

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  • Software Component Characteristics This chapter addresses the structure and function of low-level software components. These include algorithms, modules (e.g., Ada packages, C++ objects), and APIs. The perspective is bottom-up, with the emphasis on computational complexity. Low-level algorithms may be simple at first, but complexity can increase over time. The increases in complexity can occur with research advances. Measures taken to compensate for a performance problem in one area (e.g., noisy voice channel) can increase complexity of an algorithm (e.g.

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  • Communications is a process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behaviour “It is about communication between people; the rest is technology” Communication systems are reliable, economical and efficient means of communications Public switched telephone network (PSTN), mobile telephone communication (GSM, 3G, 4G...), broadcast radio or television, navigation systems, ... The course is aiming at introducing fundamental issues required for understanding and designing a (digital) communication system...

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  • 11.3. iTunes: The Digital Jukebox iTunes, in your Applications folder, is the ultimate software jukebox (Figure 11-5). It can play music CDs, tune in to Internet radio stations

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  • UPT—Universal Personal Telecommunication∗ People are becoming more mobile. At the same time they have a greater need to be reachable and to be able to reach others. A variety of different systems that address all the different categories of mobility already exist: • Employees can be reached through a DECT terminal anywhere in their company. • Tradesmen can be called over a Digital Communication System (DCS) within a city. • Business people can be reached over the same telephone number via GSM anywhere in Europe, wherever they are located. ...

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  • Besides cellular mobile radio networks that are primarily envisaged for use outdoors, systems that have been specifically designed for use in buildings are also important. In recent years cordless telephones with a range of a few hundred metres have become increasingly popular in private households. There is (along with CT2/CAI) a digital alternative to these analogue devices that offers better voice quality and a greater security against eavesdropping, as well as other advantages: the DECT system....

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  • To help you have more documents to serve the needs of learning and research, invite you to consult the document content chapter 2 "Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting Systems". Content document provides you with the following contents: Digital Terrestrial Radio Systems, Digital Terrestrial Television Systems. Hope document content useful service learning needs and work effectively.

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  • Lecture "Radio Communication Circuits: Chapter 7&8" presents the following contents: Analog Modulation Circuits (Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation, Phase Modulation), Digital Modulation Circuits (ASK, FSK, PSK, QPSK, M-ary PSK DPSK, M-ary QAM). Invite you to consult.

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  • Chapter 7 - Radio. In this chapter students will be able to: explain how radio broadcasting developed in the 1920s; recognize how television affected radio discuss the; defining features of radio understand that radio gets programming from local stations, networks, and syndication companies; explain how the digital age is affecting radio; appreciate the potential of high-definition radio; understand how consolidation has affected the radio industry.

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