Demonstration of a Software Defined Radio Platform for dynamic spectrum allocation
Ruiz, Livia (2007) Demonstration of a Software Defined Radio Platform for dynamic spectrum allocation. In: 2007 2nd IEEE Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks, 17th - 20th April 2007, Dublin, Ireland.
This paper describes a proposed demonstration of a Recongurable Radio platform in order to be used in the areas of cognitive radio and dynamic spectrum allocation. The platform is currently under development in the Institute of Microelectronic and Wireless Systems (IMWS), Maynooth as part of the CTVR effort in cognitive radio systems. The platform operates in across the frequency band from 1.6GHz to 2.5GHz with the capability to support the GSM1800, DCS1800, PCS 1900, UMTS-FDD, UMTS-TDD and 802.11b standards. This demonstration will display the platforms capability to sense a particular channel, and identify the modulation scheme and communications standard in operation. It will also show the system's capability to move from one channel to another and implement arbitrary modulation schemes in these channels in both transmit and receive mode.
Repository Staff Only: item control page