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Wireless Transceiver Systems Design

Eberle, Wolfgang

2008

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  • Combines the fields of communication, signal processing, embedded systems, and circuits
  • Focuses on a single design goal, a WLAN transceiver
  • Describes how analog and digital, VLSI and systems design, algorithms and architectures, design and CAD/EDA all work together within the WLAN transceiver
  • Approaches design problems and design organization needed for transceiver design without focusing on a particular standard

Wireless Transceiver Systems Design presents the design trade-off challenge from the perspective of the system architect, who is concerned with both an efficient design process and a competitive design result. This includes solutions to the two central design challenges, which are, how to efficiently design a WLAN system and how to prepare for the upcoming challenges of flexible, multi-standard terminals.

This book illustrates true cross-disciplinary electronic system-level design with examples in algorithm-architecture co-design, mixed-signal algorithm and architecture co-design, and cross-layer system exploration. It also focuses on three recurring themes, the preference for scalable and reusable architectual concepts, proof-of-concept through actual design and experimental verification, and consequent analysis of design steps and their development into a methodology.

Wireless Transceiver Systems Design is a valuable reference for specialists in the field of OFDM transceiver design.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » 802.11 - Eberle - IEEE 80 - OFDM - Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing - Transceiver - VLSI - WLAN - communication - design space exploration - digital VLSI signal processing - embedded systems - system design process - wireless LAN terminal - wireless transceiver systems

Related subjects » Circuits & Systems - Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Signals & Communication

Table of contents 

The System Design Process.- Specification for a Wireless LAN Terminal.- Efficient Digital VLSI Signal Processing for OFDM.- Digital Compensation Techniques for Receiver Front-Ends.- Design Space Exploration for Transmitters.- Methodologies for Transceiver Design.- Conclusions and Further Research.

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