SDR - Implementation of Power Efficient Channelizer on FPGA

Bhavika M. Patle, R. V. Babar

Abstract


The primary principle of Software Defined Radio basedsystem is to support a multiple wireless communication services in asingle system design. In RF Transmission, multiple communicationchannel can be supported. In SDR, the use of channelizers to extractexpected channels from received RF frequency band and performbaseband processing. This paper explains the process of channelizerapplies on low power and high efficient application as it selects thebandwidth based on application of target. The design consists ofschematic entry and RTL descriptions in Verilog.

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