An Experimental Approach to CDMA and Interference Mitigation: From System Architecture to Hardware Testing through VLSI Design / Edition 1by Luca Fanucci, Marco Luise, Filippo Giannetti, Massimo Rovini
Pub. Date: 11/23/2011
Publisher: Springer US
An Experimental Approach to CDMA and Interference Mitigation was written with the admittedly ambitious intent of filling the gap between communication theory and VLSI implementation, and thus to provide a more general/theoretical approach to the design, development, and testing of a CDMA receiver. As a consequence, the concepts and techniques that are presented turn out to be applicable to a more general kind of digital wireless modems in terms of receiver architecture design and implementation.
As the reader will easily find out, the subject of digital modem design and implementation is addressed in the book starting from a theoretical approach (supported by proper bibliographic references), and is followed by application issues, with reference to an ESA experiment assumed as a case study. A complete design flow, from specification to implementation, including testing and final verification is then presented. This leads the reader step-by-step to a thorough understanding of CDMA transmission and detection, and constitutes a practical guidance for the design of VLSI wireless mobile terminals.
- Springer US
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- Edition description:
- Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2004
- Product dimensions:
- 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.61(d)
Table of Contents
Authors. Acknowledgements. Foreword.
1: Introducing Wireless Communications. 1. The Wireless Revolution. 2. 2G and 3G Wireless Communications Systems in Europe and the USA. 3. The Role of Satellites in 3G Systems. 4. VLSI Technologies for Wireless Communication Terminals.
2: Basics of CDMA for Wireless Communications. 1. Narrowband and Wideband Digital Modulations. 2. Properties of Spread Spectrum Signals. 3. Code Division Multiplexing and Multiple Access. 4. Multi-Cell or Multi-Beam CDMA. 5. Interference Mitigation Receivers for the Downlink. 6. A Sample CDMA Communication System: Specifications of the MUSIC Testbed.
3: Design of an All Digital CDMA Receiver. 1. CDMA Receiver Front End. 2. CDMA Receiver Synchronization. 3. Signal Detection and Interference Mitigation. 4. Receiver Architecture and Simulation Results.
4: From System Design to Hardware Prototyping. 1. VLSI Design and Implementation of Wireless Communication Terminals: an Overview. 2. FPGA Implementation of the All Digital MUSIC Receiver.
5: Interference Mitigation Processor ASIC's Design. 1. ASIC Input/Output Interface. 2. ASIC Detailed Architecture. 3. ASIC Implementation.
6: Testing and Verification of the MUSIC CDMA Receiver. 1. Real Time Testbed Design. 2. Testbed Monitoring and Verification. 3. Overall Receiver Performance.
7: Conclusion? 1. Summary of Project Achievements. 2. Perspectives.
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