Thesis a real time qpsk transceiver by Ambasa Aklilu - issuu

Topics include: broadband standards and protocols; high-frequency circuit design techniques; PLL theory and design; design of transceivers; electrical/optical interfaces.

Design and Implementation of USB Transceiver with …

Transceiver Design - Circuit Sage

An initial design of an OFDM transceiver

Introduction to wireless communications systems. Wireless channel modeling. Single carries, spread spectrum, and multi-carrier wireless modulation schemes. Diversity techniques. Multiple-access schemes. Transceiver design and system level tradeoffs. Brief overview of GSM, CDMA, (IS-95) and 2.5, 3G cellular schemes.

In an effort to build the transceiver, ..

7,602,844, “On-line step-size calculation using signal power estimation and tone grouping of the frequency-domain equalizer for DMT-based transceiver,” by Chih-Feng Wu, Muh-Tian Shiue, Chorng-Kuang Wang, and An-Yeu Wu, Granted on 2009/10/13.


9 IoT-Enabling RF Transceivers | Microwaves & RF

The resulting chip, called a First-in-first-out Buffering Transceiver (FIBT), provides a full duplex communication channel between any two processors. FIFO queues are provided for buffering data on each communication channel. FIBT accepts data packets from the host processor via a parallel data bus and serially sends them out to the destined processor. FIBT handshakes with the processor by using asynchronous interrupt signals.

9 IoT-Enabling RF Transceivers.

(1982) FIFO Buffering Transceiver: A Communication Chip Set for Multiprocessor Systems. Master's thesis, California Institute of Technology.

Introduction to PON (Passive Optical Network) Transceivers

The work presented herein explores cost-effective optical transceiver architectures for access, metropolitan and regional links. The primary requirement in such links is cost-effectiveness and secondly, spectral efficiency. The bandwidth/data demand is driven by data-intensive Internet applications, such as cloud-based services and video-on-demand, and is rapidly increasing in access and metro links. Therefore, cost-effective optical transceiver architectures offering high information spectral densities (ISDs > 1(b/s)/Hz) need to be implemented over metropolitan distances. Then, a key question for each link length and application is whether coherent- or direct (non-coherent) detection technology offers the best cost and performance trade-off. The performance and complexity limits of both technologies have been studied. Single polarization direct detection transceivers have been reviewed, focusing on their achievable ISDs and reach. It is concluded that subcarrier modulation (SCM) technique combined with single sideband (SSB) and high-order quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) signaling, enabled by digital signal processing (DSP) based optical transceivers, must be implemented in order to exceed an ISD of 1 (b/s)/Hz in direct-detection links. The complexity can be shifted from the optical to the electrical domain using such transceivers, and hence, the cost can be minimized. In this regard, a detailed performance comparison of two spectrally-efficient direct detection SCM techniques, namely Nyquist-SCM and OFDM, is presented by means of simulations. It is found out that Nyquist-SCM format offers the transmission distances more than double that of OFDM due to its higher resilience to signal-signal beating interference. Following this, dispersion-precompensated SSB 4- and 16-QAM Nyquist-SCM signal formats were experimentally demonstrated using in-phase and quadrature (IQ)-modulators at net optical ISDs of 1.2 and 2 (b/s)/Hz over 800 km and 323 km of standard single-mode fibre (SSMF), respectively. These demonstrations represent record net optical ISDs over such distances among the reported single polarization wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) systems. Furthermore, since the cost-effectiveness is crucial, the optical complexity of Nyquist-SCM transmitters can be significantly reduced by using low-cost modulators and high-linewidth lasers. A comprehensive theoretical study on SSB signal generation using IQ- and dual-drive Mach-Zehnder modulators (DD-MZMs) was carried out to assess their performance for WDM direct detection links. This was followed by an experimental demonstration of WDM transmission over 242 km of SSMF with a net optical ISD of 1.5 (b/s)/Hz, the highest achieved ISD using a DD-MZM-based transmitter. Following the assessment of direct detection technology using various transmitter designs, cost-effective simplified coherent receiver architectures for access and metro networks have been investigated. The optical complexity of the conventional (polarization- and phase-diverse) coherent receiver is significantly simplified, i.e., consisting of a single 3 dB coupler and balanced photodetector, utilizing heterodyne reception and Alamouti polarization-time block coding. Although the achievable net optical ISD is halved compared to a conventional coherent receiver due to Alamouti coding, its receiver sensitivity provides significant gain over a direct detection receiver at M-ary QAM formats where M ≥16.

Design of Digital Baseband Transceiver for ..

Abstract: In this thesis Abstract: With the advent of OFDM for WLAN communications, as exemplified by IEEE 802.11a.A design of monolithic WLAN transceiver for dual-band multi-standard application is presented in a 0.18um CMOS process with on-chip spiral inductors and 6-metal.!!

Design of a low-power 60 GHz transceiver front-end …

(2016) Cost-Effective Spectrally-Efficient Optical Transceiver Architectures for Metropolitan and Regional Links. Doctoral thesis , UCL (University College London).

USB Transceivers | Cypress Semiconductor

This thesis describes a family of VLSI chips designed to link a number of processors on a one-to-one basis. With these chips as communication system building blocks, a complex multiprocessor system can be built. Inter-processor communication within the multiprocessor system is accomplished by passing messages composed of data packets.The resulting chip, called a First-in-first-out Buffering Transceiver (FIBT), provides a full duplex communication channel between any two processors. FIFO queues are provided for buffering data on each communication channel. FIBT accepts data packets from the host processor via a parallel data bus and serially sends them out to the destined processor. FIBT handshakes with the processor by using asynchronous interrupt signals.Linkage between any two FIBTs is accomplished by using only two wires. Both data bits and handshaking signals are sent by these two lines. The FIBT system is neither a synchronous nor an asynchronous one; instead, it is an "one-clock-different-phases" system. A clock signal sets up the frequency reference; the start and stop bits set up the phase reference.Finally, FIBT is implemented in nMOS technology. The design of the circuit is discussed in detail. The design is generalized enough so that data packets of various sizes can be handled. The layout of the chip is coded in an integrated circuit descriptive language. Any member of the family of chips can be obtained by changing three basic parameters. Techniques used in verifying the circuit are shown, and several observations about VLSI design are offered.