Nolan K.E., Mackenzie P., Doyle L., Flood D. ‘Flexible architecture software radio OFDM transceiver system and frame synchronization analysis’ in Proceedings of IEEE Global Communications Conference, San Francisco, CA, USA, 1- 5 Dec, IEEE, 2003, pp 332- 336
Abstract-In this paper, we present findings relating to frame
synchronization algorithms for software radio based OFDM
systems in addition to an overview of the design and implementation
of an (OFDM) Software Radio based on a general-purpose
processor (GPP) platform. The objectives of this work are to
advance on existing research carried out in the area of reconfigurable
wireless flexible architecture nodes, which are subject
to multi-path fading, Doppler effects, and adjacent channel
interference and have low cost yet robust and reliable operation
requirements. We also include findings dealing with Bit Error Rate
(BER) versus channel Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) for BPSK and
QPSK modulation schemes, and also the effect of non real-time
Operating Systems (OS) running on GPPs on the transmitter
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