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2007-08-17 Data-converter advances enable SDR designs
Advances in DSP technologies have accelerated SDR�s development but, paradoxically, the catalyst that enables SDR is in the analog domain of high-speed data-converter technologies.
2012-11-29 Using JESD204B for wideband data converter apps
The JESD204A/B interface minimises the number of digital inputs/outputs between data converters and other devices, such as FPGAs and SoCs.
2002-02-12 Commercial drumbeat resonates at ISSCC
Even as technologists dazzled the International Solid-State Circuits Conference with presentations claiming to blow past worries about the future of CMOS, many of the engineers who gathered here last week seemed more preoccupied with the commercial viability of those advances than their technical bravura
2005-02-01 SDR is not yet on call
The technology for SDRs has been around for years but it hasn't found yet its place in the wireless realm.
2015-04-22 Moore's law and 5G: Out with old, in with the new?
In order for 5G to happen, there needs to be a collective effort to shy away from 20nm CMOS and Moore's law and look toward next generation technology for increased speed and lower power.
2000-05-01 Long road ahead for analog synthesis
It may be a bit like asking why can't women be more like men, but the question, "Why can't analog be more like digital?" is the most common complaint among engineers attempting to use analog design tools. Synthesis (the automatic generation of physical circuitry from a high-level language description) is one area where analog design departs drastically from digital.
2013-01-24 Discover the truth about analogue IP at 28nm
Know the truth about the three myths surrounding the economics of analogue block implementation in advanced process technologies.
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