A High-Performance, Efficient and Reliable Receiver for Bluetooth Signals (2005)
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The key defining feature of a software defined radio is the flexibility to reconfigure itself to different modes, frequency bands, or wireless standards. This is achieved by, for example, running software modules on a general purpose digital signal processor. The complexity of a common hardware platform shared by Bluetooth and a relatively costly wireless standard like Wi-Fi, must have the capacity to handle the more demanding system. In such scenarios, there will be extra resources available when Bluetooth is running and Wi-Fi is in an idle state. This thesis contains suggestions on the most effective way to use this surplus capability to improve the reception of Bluetooth signals. Our approach involves selecting the most appropriate ...
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