Continuous-Time Digital Filters for Sample-Rate Conversion in Reconfigurable Radio Terminals

@article{Hentschel2001ContinuousTimeDF,
  title={Continuous-Time Digital Filters for Sample-Rate Conversion in Reconfigurable Radio Terminals},
  author={Tim Hentschel and Gerhard P. Fettweis},
  journal={Frequenz},
  year={2001},
  volume={55},
  pages={185 - 188}
}
Abstract Reconfigurable radio terminals must cope with a multitude of master clock rates of diverse mobile communications air interfaces. Digital sample rate conversion (SRC) is an elegant way to enable the processing of signals with sample rates incommensurate to the clock rate of a nonsynchronized analog-to-digital converter. SRC is a process of resampling and thus, requires anti-aliasing filtering. The well-known Farrow-structure provides a means of implementing digital SRC on a… CONTINUE READING

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