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Towards harmonious coexistence : linear and nonlinear techniques for interference management in RFICs

By Mohammad Omer

Abstract

This thesis has sought to provide another look at RF interference at the fundamental level. While previous interference control and regulation methods have existed in the literature, they were more focused on preventing the interference from happening. On the contrary, we have taken a different approach of correcting the interference once it has happened. This allows the transmitters to be more nonlinear, passive filter design to be eased, and receivers to be aware of interference problems. Under this unifying theme of building intelligent radios where receivers are more cognizant of the transmission environment, we have presented a number of architectures.Ph.D

Topics: RF, Nonlinear modeling, PAPR, Volterra series, Adaptive filters, Radio frequency integrated circuits, Radio Interference, Radio frequency, Wireless communication systems
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:smartech.gatech.edu:1853/51938
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