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Title: 8 kanaals IQ-demodulator met beamformingsmogelijkheden
Authors: Cardoen, Pepijn
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen
Abstract: Today’s technology is indispensable in this modern world. Everyone has the need for using the newest developments in the field of communication resources. Wireless systems form the basics of our daily communications. These systems could be used to transmit or receive data in several applications such as mobile phones, internet routers or even digital television with satellite connection. More and more applications will become wireless in the near future, so flexibility and connectivity will increase tremendously. More and more we go to a consumer society where customers can choose the latest technologies as long as the financial cost permits this. Because of this there is a need for delivering a cheap but also a good technology. For this reason, research in this field is one of the most important things of the moment. Research in this field is not only accomplished by companies but also by university colleges and universities. One of these is the university college Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen (HOWEST in co-operationship with the INTECdepartment of the Ghent University (UGent)). Their main focus is on the 2,45GHz ISM frequency band. This paper describes the demodulation section (reception part) of such a wireless system. It is not difficult to imagine that in the field of high-frequency many knowledge and experience is required. For this reason, extra attention was given to efficiency and flexibility. The properties of the discussed receiver are much better than an common, ordinary receiver. After observations and measurements, scientific evaluation will be performed and published in articles.
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