An Innovative Architecture for a Non-Ideal Parallel Sub-Sampling Wireless Receiver


The main bottleneck in broadband reconflgurable (or software-defined) radio systems is the fast analog-to-digital converters (ADC) required to capture the entire system band. Such ADCs are typically costly, consume a lot of power, and have non-ideal transfer characteristics, as well as a limited spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR). This cost problem is… (More)


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