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Wireless Transceiver Systems Design

  • Combines the fields of communication, signal processing, embedded systems, and circuits

  • Focuses on a single design goal, a WLAN transceiver

  • Describes how analog and digital, VLSI and systems design, algorithms and architectures, design and CAD/EDA all work together within the WLAN transceiver

  • Approaches design problems and design organization needed for transceiver design without focusing on a particular standard

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About this book

Introduction

Wireless Transceiver Systems Design presents the design trade-off challenge from the perspective 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 algorithm-architecture 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.

Keywords

802.11 Eberle IEEE 80 OFDM Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing Transceiver VLSI WLAN communication design space exploration digital VLSI signal processing embedded systems system design process wireless LAN terminal wireless transceiver systems

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Interuniversity Microelectronics Center (IMEC)Katholieke Universiteit LeuvenLeuvenBelgium

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