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Overview

Wireless Transceiver Systems Design presents the design trade-off challenge from theperspective of the system architect, who is concerned with both an efficient design process and a competitive design result. This includes solutions to the two central design challenges, which are, how to efficiently design a WLAN system and how to prepare for the upcoming challenges of flexible, multi-standard terminals.

This book illustrates true cross-disciplinary electronic system-level design with examples in algorithmarchitecture co-design, mixed-signal algorithm and architecture co-design, and cross-layer system exploration. It also focuses on three recurring themes, the preference for scalable and reusable architectual concepts, proof-of-concept through actual design and experimental verification, and consequent analysis of design steps and their development into a methodology.

Wireless Transceiver Systems Design is a valuable reference for specialists in the field of OFDM transceiver design.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780387745152
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 4/18/2008
  • Edition description: 2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 289
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents


Introduction     1
Context     3
Motivation and Objectives     5
Approach     9
Preview of Contents and Contributions     11
The System Design Process     17
Design     19
Design as a Process     20
Application and Rationale of the Design Process     24
Microelectronic System Design     29
The Challenge of Complexity and Heterogeneity     29
State of the Art in Electronic System-Level Design     31
Synthesis of a Future-Proof Design Methodology     34
Crossdisciplinarity     37
Disciplines     37
Consequences for the Design Process     38
Consequences for the Designers and Design Methodologies     39
Codesign of Design Technology and Application     41
Conclusions     42
Specification for a Wireless LAN Terminal     45
Wireless Local Area Networks     46
Wireless LAN Between Early Radio and 4G     48
Requirements Analysis     53
Conclusions     58
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing     60
Indoor Propagation Characteristics     60
History and Principle of OFDM     65
Mathematical Model     70
Extension to a Practical System Model     72
Requirements Specification for a Broadband WLAN Terminal     76
Conclusions     77
Efficient Digital VLSI Signal Processing for OFDM     79
OFDM Baseband Signal Processing     80
Functional Requirements     80
State-of-the-Art Wireless OFDM Until 2001     85
Distributed Multiprocessor Architecture     86
Directions for the Architecture Definition     86
On-Chip Data and Control Flow Architecture     87
Clocking Strategy and Low-Power Operation     92
Digital Signal Processing Modules     96
Latency-Aware Algorithm/Architecture Codesign: FFT     97
Flexibility-Driven Design: Symbol (De)Construction     103
Performance/Complexity-Aware Codesign: Equalization     106
Energy-Aware Codesign: Acquisition     113
Evaluation     124
Experimental Results     124
Testing and Application Demonstrators     127
Comparison with the State of the Art After 2001     130
Conclusions     131
Digital Compensation Techniques for Receiver Front-Ends     133
Receiver Design      135
Receiver Architectures and Their Nonidealities     135
Our Contributions     139
Automatic Gain Control and DC Offset Compensation     140
A Survey of Existing Techniques     142
A Simple AGC Approach and Analysis of Preamble Properties     143
AGC/DCO Using Design-Time Information     147
Exploration of Gain Selection and LO-RF Isolation     159
Codesign of Automatic Gain Control and Timing Synchronization     161
Preamble Structure and Improved Synchronization Algorithm     161
Codesign of AGC and Timing Synchronization     162
Complexity Assessment     163
Performance Evaluation and Results     163
Codesign of Filtering and Timing Synchronization     164
Reasons for Performance Degradation     165
Mitigation     165
Synchronization Range and Filter Impulse Response     165
Analysis and Optimization Methodology     166
Results     167
An Integrated Digitally Compensated Receiver     168
RF Single-Package Receiver with Digital Compensation     169
Conclusions     172
Design Space Exploration for Transmitters     175
Power/Performance Optimization at the Link Level      177
Use Case-Driven Power/Performance Optimization     178
Extension to Crosslayer Link-Level Optimization     190
Run-Time Optimization for Optimum Power-Performance     194
Transmit Chain Setup     194
A Design-Time, Calibration-Time, and Run-Time Approach     195
Measurements     196
Results     197
Summary and Discussion     198
Methodologies for Transceiver Design     201
A Practical Digital Design Flow     204
A Digital Design Flow Based on OCAPI     205
Extensions to OCAPI During the Design Phase     207
Experience of (Re)Use     208
Mixed-Signal System Simulation     212
Design Challenges and State of the Art     212
Fast System-Level Front-End Simulation (FAST)     213
Extension to Mixed-Signal Cosimulation (FAST-OCAPI)     214
Efficient Mixed-Signal Modeling Techniques     220
Design-Time Run-Time Techniques     227
Multiobjective Design-Time Optimization     227
An Architecture for Run-Time Control Assisted by Design-Time Knowledge     229
Conclusions     230
Conclusions and Further Research     233
Contributions to Application Design     234
Contributions to Design Methodology and Technology     235
A Practical System-Oriented Mixed-Signal Design Flow     236
Methodologies for (Re)Configurable Mixed-Signal Design     237
Crossdisciplinary Approach in System Design     238
Further Research     239
Suggestions for Application Design     240
Suggestions for Design Methodologies and Technology     243
Impact Beyond Engineering     245
Glossary     249
Bibliography     259
Index     287
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