Software Defined Radio Handbook, 9th Edition
March 01, 2012 // Rodger Hosking, Pentek // 0 commentsDownload White Paper 1Mo
The folks at Pentek, who wrote the book on software radio, are pleased to announce their recently expanded Software Defined Radio Handbook. Updated recently to its 9th Edition, the handbook has proved to be a useful technical reference for engineers. It's yours free, just click on the link below to download it! Included are: Technical methodologies for sampling and undersampling; Principles of SDR and FPGAs' role in software radio; SDR board-level products and real-time recording and playback instruments; Factory- installed FPGA IP cores for software radio including a 256-channel narrowband DDC; Software radio example applications Including Beamforming and L-Band signal processing.
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