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Title : FPGAs for Software Radio
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Date : 27-Mar-2008
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In the last decade, ASICs (application specific ICs) and DSPs have been deployed to handle nearly all the signal processing functions associated with radio communications. Even though field-programmable gate arrays have been around for decades, the latest generation of FPGAs is so powerful that it is now displacing both ASICs and DSPs in the latest software radio applications. Furthermore, a new class of design tools opens up FPGAs to both hardware and software engineers. Debugging these new devices has been greatly simplified by excellent modeling and analysis tools. Perhaps the most exciting new twist in design tools is the growing libraries of IP (intellectual property) cores available from FPGA vendors, and a whole new industry of third party companies that offer IP cores for specific application areas.
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