Low-power all-analog circuit for rectangular-type analog joint source channel coding

  title={Low-power all-analog circuit for rectangular-type analog joint source channel coding},
  author={Xueyuan Zhao and Vidyasagar Sadhu and Dario Pompili},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS)},
A low-complexity and low-power all-analog circuit is proposed to perform efficiently Analog Joint Source Channel Coding (AJSCC. [] Key Result Field testing results indicate that the design is feasible for low-complexity and low-power systems such as wireless sensor networks for environmental monitoring.

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