Sample Rate Conversion in Software Radio Terminals

@inproceedings{Hentschel1999SampleRC,
  title={Sample Rate Conversion in Software Radio Terminals},
  author={Tim Hentschel and Matthias Henker and Gerhard P. Fettweis},
  year={1999}
}
Feasibility of Software Radio mainly depends on the availability of a suitable hardware platform. A basic feature of this hardware platform is the ability to process signals of different mobile communications standards, which are usually based upon a diversity of master clock rates. Hence, the conversion between different sample rates is an important functionality of a Software Radio receiver. Preferably realized digitally, sample-rate conversion is conventionally regarded as interpolation. It… CONTINUE READING

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