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2006 Ph.D. Research in Microelectronics and Electronics
A prototype of a Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform has been successfully designed and tested implementing a reconfigurable IEEE 802.11 and ZigBee receiver. The system exploits the reconfiguration capability of an FPGA for implementing a number of receiver configurations that share the same RF front-end. Configurations can be switched at run time, or can share the available logic and radio resource. I.doi:10.1109/rme.2006.1689899 fatcat:h3ajx4t5r5aldl5fddtmcvyqai