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Putting FPGAs to Work in Software Radio Systems, 7th Edition

Authored on: Dec 1, 2013 by Rodger Hosking

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FPGAs have become an increasingly important resource for software radio systems. Programmable logic technology now offers significant advantages for implementing software radio functions such as DDCs . For many applications, this implementation shift brings advantages that include higher precision processing, higher channel density, lower power, and lower cost. This handbook introduces the basics of FPGA technology and its relationship to Software Defined Radio (SDR) systems. A review of Pentek's GateFlow FPGA Design Resources is followed by a discussion of features and benefits of FPGA-based DDCs. The latest Pentek SDR products that utilize FPGA technology and applications based on such products are also presented.
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Dr DSP Posted Nov 21, 2010

Wow- trying to figure out what to do with 500 multipliers on an FPGA? This paper gives you some great ideas and points the way at how to efficiently design with that much hardware capability. The trick is in the software and IP. Check it out.

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JonasP942 Posted Jul 3, 2014

The shifting would carry out with the help of Carry Save Adder (CSA) and the Ripple carry adder should be used for the final stage of the output. Braun multiplier performs well for the unsigned operands that are less than 16 bits in terms of speed, power and area. But it is simple structure when compared to the other multipliers rumah dijual

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JohnD001 Posted Mar 8, 2012

Too much market advertising of products

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mosspp Posted Jun 6, 2012

Agreed. Pentek's marketing dept needs to cut back on the steroids.

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