Signal synthesis with dynamically-changed power spectral density in a software defined radio transmitter
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The objective of this thesis is to synthesize signals with a dynamically change power spectral density, in a SDR transmitter, utilizing the most appropriate channels, modulation schemes and transmission rates for communication, based on the noise profile (AWGN plus interferences) of the link, in order to achieve performance within some predefined acceptable levels. The objective is obtained by simulation.
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