Software Communications Architecture (SCA) compliant software radio design for Interim Standard 95B (IS-95B) transceiver
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The increasing demand for wireless services in both the military and civilian sectors results in the emergence of new communication standards and protocols to support these wireless services. There is a need for modern radio receivers to have the ability to receive and recover multiple wireless signals without the added complexity of additional hardware components. Fortunately, a single radio can accomplish these tasks by using software radio architectures where the radio has the ability to reconfigure itself based on the system it will be interfacing with and the functionalities it will be supporting. These radios are more commonly referred to as software defined radios (SDRs). This thesis focuses on using software radio techniques to design and implement software components for an IS-95B wireless transceiver. Furthermore, these software components were built to comply with regulations specified by the Software Communications Architecture (SCA). The open source core framework tool Open Source SCA Implementation::Embedded (OSSIE) was used to design and build the software components necessary to implement functions of an IS-95B transceiver.
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