Multi-standard adaptive wireless communication receivers : adaptive applications mapped on heterogeneous dynamically reconfigurable hardware


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Rauwerda, Gerhardus Keimpe (2008) Multi-standard adaptive wireless communication receivers : adaptive applications mapped on heterogeneous dynamically reconfigurable hardware. thesis.

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Abstract:Today the world is overwhelmed with portable devices like handheld computers, mobile telephones and portable navigation systems. These devices will eventually be integrated into multi-functional devices that can perform all kinds of functions in one single system. Ultimately, portable devices will exist that can perform a wide variety of functions and provide rich information to the user. One of the challenges for implementing these integrated multi-functional devices is to define a hardware architecture that is powerful enough to process complex algorithms, flexible enough to process all kinds of algorithms, and energy efficient enough because the portable devices are battery-powered. This work focuses on the implementation of adaptive multi-standard multi-mode wireless communication systems that are implemented on dynamically reconfigurable hardware. The coarse-grained reconfigurable MONTIUM architecture is used to illustrate the mapping of wireless communication standards. Based on the mapping of different wireless communication algorithms, modifications of the MONTIUM architecture have been proposed.
Item Type:Thesis
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/58367
Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.3990/1.9789036526074
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