Software Communications Architecture (SCA) compliant software defined radio design for IEEE 802.16 wirelessman-OFDMtm transceiver
Low, Kian Wai
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Demands for seamless mobile communications are driving the research and development of software defined radio (SDR), which enables a single terminal to transmit and receive in distinct wireless systems through a simple change in software to reconfigure the terminal's functions. Its application areas include military use, home networks, intelligent transport systems and cellular communications. Several SDR software architectures have been developed during the last few years. One implementation of the Software Communications Architecture is the Open Source SCA Implementation
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