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Subject: EEI-Kolloquium "Einführung in Software Defined Radio für Mikrowellen" am Fr, 13. März um 11 Uhr
An Introduction to Software Defined Radio for Microwave Engineers
by Dr. Jeffrey Pawlan, IEEE Dinstinguished Microwave Lecturer

Wann: 13. März 2015 um 11:00 Uhr
Wo: Tietze-Schenk-Saal, Raum 4.14, Cauerstrasse 9, (rechter E-Technik-Turm)

Im Anschluss an den Vortrag gibt es eine Vorführung eines SDR.

This lecture will begin with the definition, history and evolution of Software Defined Radio (SDR).
RF/microwave engineers will find it clear and under standable because analogies will be made to
conventional classic radio systems and components. The lecture will then introduce the concepts of
oversampling and undersampling as it applies to SDR. There will be an introduction to the details of
correctly driving and implementing an A/D converter as this is one of the important areas that the
RF/microwave engineer will be asked to do. There will be an introduction and explanation of the
firmware and software portions of SDR and a comparison with state-of-the-art conventional analog
circuitry will be shown. A live demonstration of SDR will be presented. Software Defined Radio (SDR) is the
culmination of advances on several fronts and probably the most significant area of development in
radio systems today. The entire worldwide cellular system uses SDR. NASA and the US military com-
munications are now almost exclusively using SDR. Soon new automobile radios will be SDR to a
ccommodate multiple modulation formats. The role of the RF/microwave engineer in this new technolo-
gy will be shown so that the audience can adapt and feel that their skills are needed in the evolving field
of radio communications.

Hier das pdf zur Vortragsankündigung
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