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Performance study of nonlinearities blind correction in wideband receivers

Raphael Vansebrouck 1, 2, * Chadi Jabbour 1 Patricia Desgreys 1 Olivier Jamin 2 van Tam Nguyen 1, 3
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1 C2S - Circuits et Systèmes de Communication
LTCI - Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l'Information
2 NxP
NXP Semiconductors
Abstract : This paper studies a post-distortion correction technique applied to a nonlinear receiver. The employed technique relies on the assumption that the input signal is bandlimited and uses the signal spreading in the free energy band in order to perform the estimation. The study focuses on three points: the input distortion level impact, filter complexity and quantization. A good sizing of these key parameters is mandatory in order to have an optimized CMOS implementation.
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Raphael Vansebrouck, Chadi Jabbour, Patricia Desgreys, Olivier Jamin, van Tam Nguyen. Performance study of nonlinearities blind correction in wideband receivers. ICECS, Dec 2014, Marseille, France. ⟨10.1109/ICECS.2014.7049990⟩. ⟨hal-01225463⟩

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