Corpus ID: 31525301

Comparison of Wideband Channelisation Architectures

  title={Comparison of Wideband Channelisation Architectures},
  author={J. Lillington},
  • J. Lillington
  • Published 2003
  • e-mail: ABSTRACT The purpose of this paper is to make comparisons between the competing techniques for real-time wideband channelisation including the pipelined FFT, Polyphase DFT’s, multiple digital down-converters (DDC’s) the Pipelined Frequency Transform (PFT) and its derivative, the Tuneable PFT (TPFT). The main objective is to establish the optimum solution for different application types. Although based on a firm theoretical background, the paper is of a practical… CONTINUE READING
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