Low power multi-radio coexistence using digital compensation

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Abstract

Modern cell phones contain various transceivers and their number is expected to increase in the future. Multimode devices result with new problems such as serious interference between different transceivers. Different solutions for this problem are thought of compromising on power consumption, cost, size or data rate. Next to this trend, the increasing miniaturization of transistor size driven by Moore’s law has decreased the size of (mainly digital) electronics dramatically. This miniaturization has enabled an enormous computational power in handheld devices. This paper presents a solution for the multimode issues without compromising on power consumption, cost, size or data rate by making use of the available computation power in modern CMOS.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of ProRISC 2009, 20th Annual Workshop on Circuits Systems and Signal Processing, November 26-27, 2009, Veldhoven, The Netherlands
Place of PublicationUtrecht
PublisherSTW Technology Foundation
Pages466-469
ISBN (Print)978-90-73461-62-8
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Janssen, E. J. G., Milosevic, D., Baltus, P. G. M., & Roermund, van, A. H. M. (2009). Low power multi-radio coexistence using digital compensation. In Proceedings of ProRISC 2009, 20th Annual Workshop on Circuits Systems and Signal Processing, November 26-27, 2009, Veldhoven, The Netherlands (pp. 466-469). Utrecht: STW Technology Foundation.
Janssen, E.J.G. ; Milosevic, D. ; Baltus, P.G.M. ; Roermund, van, A.H.M. / Low power multi-radio coexistence using digital compensation. Proceedings of ProRISC 2009, 20th Annual Workshop on Circuits Systems and Signal Processing, November 26-27, 2009, Veldhoven, The Netherlands. Utrecht : STW Technology Foundation, 2009. pp. 466-469
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Low power multi-radio coexistence using digital compensation. / Janssen, E.J.G.; Milosevic, D.; Baltus, P.G.M.; Roermund, van, A.H.M.

Proceedings of ProRISC 2009, 20th Annual Workshop on Circuits Systems and Signal Processing, November 26-27, 2009, Veldhoven, The Netherlands. Utrecht : STW Technology Foundation, 2009. p. 466-469.

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Janssen EJG, Milosevic D, Baltus PGM, Roermund, van AHM. Low power multi-radio coexistence using digital compensation. In Proceedings of ProRISC 2009, 20th Annual Workshop on Circuits Systems and Signal Processing, November 26-27, 2009, Veldhoven, The Netherlands. Utrecht: STW Technology Foundation. 2009. p. 466-469