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Wireless Reciever Arch

Wireless Reciever Arch

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Published by: brij_astra on Oct 07, 2011
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Receiver Architecture
Receiver basics
Channel selection –why not at RF?
BPF first or LNA first?
Direct digitization of RF signal
Receiver architectures
Heterodyne receiver –image problem
Super-heterodyne receiver –more image problem -
Harley receiver 
Weaver architecture
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Digital IF
Wide-IF double-conversion 
Prof. C. Patrick Yue
Slide 1
Fundamental Trade-off in Receiver 
Using one or more IF stages to relax the filter requirements, but need todeal with images
Using image reject mixers with I&Q LO signals to eliminate the need of band-pass filters (to enable higher level of integration)
RF ICs typically employ a combination of simple mixing with some imagefiltering and image reject mixing
Prof. C. Patrick Yue
Slide 2
Channel Selection at RF?
GSM example: channel bandwidth is 200 kHz, RF carriers at935–960 MHz* * ,(Impossible to achieve such high Q at RF, or too expensive!)
Instead, we do band select, for GSM, the band is 25 MHz, sothe filter Q required is 10 * RF / BW = 10 * 950 M / 25 M = 380,much more reasonable.
Prof. C. Patrick Yue
Slide 3

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