Green Reconfigurable Radio Systems

  title={Green Reconfigurable Radio Systems},
  author={Antoine Dejonghe and Bruno Bougard and Sofie Pollin and Jan Craninckx and Andr{\'e} Bourdoux and L. Ven der Perre and Francky Catthoor},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Magazine},
The wireless standards scene and its evolution strengthens the need for functional flexibility in future radios. Multimode terminals supporting an increasingly large variety of standards (cellular, WLANs, WMANs, WPANs) are subject to a cost increase that is addressed by more flexible radio interfaces. Energy efficiency, however, is the main obstacle to successfully deploying such reconfigurable radios. To address this, it is essential to design energy-scalable SDRs, both for the radio front-end… CONTINUE READING
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