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Title: Design Techniques for Sigmadelta based ADC for Wireless Applications
Authors: Babita Roslind, Jose
Dr.Mythili, P
Keywords: Radio Receiver Architectures
Analog-to-digital Converters
System Level Design
Circuit-level Design
Sigma-delta Modulator Design Tool
GA-based Optimization of Sigma-delta Modulators
Issue Date: Jan-2010
Publisher: Cochin University of Science & Technology
Abstract: Analog-to digital Converters (ADC) have an important impact on the overall performance of signal processing system. This research is to explore efficient techniques for the design of sigma-delta ADC,specially for multi-standard wireless tranceivers. In particular, the aim is to develop novel models and algorithms to address this problem and to implement software tools which are avle to assist the designer's decisions in the system-level exploration phase. To this end, this thesis presents a framework of techniques to design sigma-delta analog to digital converters.A2-2-2 reconfigurable sigma-delta modulator is proposed which can meet the design specifications of the three wireless communication standards namely GSM,WCDMA and WLAN. A sigma-delta modulator design tool is developed using the Graphical User Interface Development Environment (GUIDE) In MATLAB.Genetic Algorithm(GA) based search method is introduced to find the optimum value of the scaling coefficients and to maximize the dynamic range in a sigma-delta modulator.
Description: School of Engineering, Cochin University of Science and Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/2122
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