System analysis of a multi-standard direct conversion wireless receiver. Savla, A.; Ravindran, A.; Leonard, J.; and Ismail, M. In Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, volume 3, 2002.
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Wireless devices with multi-mode function are gaining popularity, but existing multi-mode devices use separate chipsets, or separate receiver paths for different standards on the same chip. A multi-standard receiver with high level of hardware share between different standards is proposed. Measures to perform system analysis for the direct conversion architecture are analyzed and used in a Simulink model to extract design specifications for multi-standard receiver components.
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