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5 - Discrete-Time Receivers: Case Studies

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 May 2022

Massoud Tohidian
Affiliation:
Qualinx B.V., Delft
Iman Madadi
Affiliation:
Qualinx B.V., Delft
Amir Bozorg
Affiliation:
University College Dublin
Robert Bogdan Staszewski
Affiliation:
University College Dublin
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Summary

In this chapter, we describe four realized examples of discrete-time receivers that are largely based on the architecture and circuitryintroduced in previous chapters. Starting with a commercial DT receiver designed for GSM single-chip radios, which introduces the novel low-pass IIR filter, we then continue with three highly reconfigurable superheterodyne receivers that employ the complex IQ charge-sharing band-pass filter (BPF) for image rejection.

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Print publication year: 2022

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