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Radio logicielle : analyse d'architectures matérielles et outils informatiques

Abstract : Advances in digital electronics and computing have helped in replacing some of the analog modules of radio communication systems with digital and software components, and thus the ability to configure and to synthesize various waveforms. In recent years, "open-source" software-defined radios emerge. These devices provide the opportunity for many people to study the radio spectrum, including wireless protocols. After a detailed study of the software radio technology, an overview of more or less "open-source" products has been performed, focusing mainly on USRP hardware architecture associated with the GNU Radio project. Finally wireless standards have been explored through implementations based on these tools.
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Michaël Nicolas. Radio logicielle : analyse d'architectures matérielles et outils informatiques. Electronique. 2011. ⟨dumas-00693426⟩

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