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Title: Design and Calibration of Wideband Multiport Homodyne Wireless Receivers
Authors: Weiwei Zhang;Abul Hasan;Fadhel M. Ghannouchi;Mohamed Helaoui;Yongle Wu;Yuanan Liu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Complexity and computation effective design of multiport-based receiver system is proposed in this paper, and a simple calibration algorithm based on modified memory polynomial for the five-port receiver is used to demodulate the desired baseband signals from the received radio frequency signals. The theoretical foundation for the baseband signal recovery for the multiport system, basic circuit theory of the five-port receiver, and the proposed algorithm about how to retrieve the baseband signals from three output voltage signals are discussed. Finally, common modulated signals are used in the five-port receiver to validate the proposed calibration algorithm, and the measured performance in terms of error vector magnitude between the transmitted and the received signals are all less than 2&x0025;. Also, the performance comparison with the state-of-the-art multiport receivers is made to conclude that the five-port receiver with the proposed model can be one of the best cost and computation effective choices to accurately complete the signal recovery.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/214923
volume: 66
issue: 12
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Title: Design and Calibration of Wideband Multiport Homodyne Wireless Receivers
Authors: Weiwei Zhang;Abul Hasan;Fadhel M. Ghannouchi;Mohamed Helaoui;Yongle Wu;Yuanan Liu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Complexity and computation effective design of multiport-based receiver system is proposed in this paper, and a simple calibration algorithm based on modified memory polynomial for the five-port receiver is used to demodulate the desired baseband signals from the received radio frequency signals. The theoretical foundation for the baseband signal recovery for the multiport system, basic circuit theory of the five-port receiver, and the proposed algorithm about how to retrieve the baseband signals from three output voltage signals are discussed. Finally, common modulated signals are used in the five-port receiver to validate the proposed calibration algorithm, and the measured performance in terms of error vector magnitude between the transmitted and the received signals are all less than 2&x0025;. Also, the performance comparison with the state-of-the-art multiport receivers is made to conclude that the five-port receiver with the proposed model can be one of the best cost and computation effective choices to accurately complete the signal recovery.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/214923
volume: 66
issue: 12
More Information: 3160,
3169
Appears in Collections:2017

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8032003.pdf1.17 MBAdobe PDF
Title: Design and Calibration of Wideband Multiport Homodyne Wireless Receivers
Authors: Weiwei Zhang;Abul Hasan;Fadhel M. Ghannouchi;Mohamed Helaoui;Yongle Wu;Yuanan Liu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Complexity and computation effective design of multiport-based receiver system is proposed in this paper, and a simple calibration algorithm based on modified memory polynomial for the five-port receiver is used to demodulate the desired baseband signals from the received radio frequency signals. The theoretical foundation for the baseband signal recovery for the multiport system, basic circuit theory of the five-port receiver, and the proposed algorithm about how to retrieve the baseband signals from three output voltage signals are discussed. Finally, common modulated signals are used in the five-port receiver to validate the proposed calibration algorithm, and the measured performance in terms of error vector magnitude between the transmitted and the received signals are all less than 2&x0025;. Also, the performance comparison with the state-of-the-art multiport receivers is made to conclude that the five-port receiver with the proposed model can be one of the best cost and computation effective choices to accurately complete the signal recovery.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/214923
volume: 66
issue: 12
More Information: 3160,
3169
Appears in Collections:2017

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8032003.pdf1.17 MBAdobe PDF