Digital down-conversion and up-conversion: theory and implementation
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Other TitlesDigital front-end in wireless communications and broadcasting: circuits and signal processing
AbstractDigital conversion is a fundamental part of many digital radio systems, which include upconversion of the discrete baseband signal stream into a high-resolution radio signal at the transmitter, and down-conversion of a high-resolution radio signal back into a baseband signal at the receiver. In this chapter, we cover the basics of digital conversion (analog to digital and digital to analog), the functionality of digital up-converter and digital down-converter in relation to conversion between intermediate frequency and baseband with the emphasis on the implementation of the DDC and DUC for standard wireless communication systems.
CitationZhang, Y., Tang, T., Loo, K., Allen, B., Li, D. (2011) 'Digital down-conversion and up-conversion: theory and implementation' in Luo, Fa-Long (Ed.) 'Digital Front-End in Wireless Communications and Broadcasting: Circuits and Signal Processing', Cambridge University Press, p.333
PublisherCambridge University Press