A Novel Wide-Band Direct Conversion Software Radio Platform
This paper describes the architecture and the operation of a PC-based software radio transceiver. The development environment is a real-time PC-based platform that allows testing to be done in a simple manner using the main software functionality of a PC. The front-end of the transceiver implemented in hardware represents a wideband design that functionally converts wireless signals directly into a gigasample digital data stream in the receiver (and vice versa in the transmitter). This direct conversion approach shows the greatest promise in realizing the “holy grail” of software radio
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Laddomada, Massimiliano; Mondin, M.; Daneshgaran, F.; and Hickling, R. M., "A Novel Wide-Band Direct Conversion Software Radio Platform" (2001). School of Engineering and Technology Publications. 134.