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The use of CORDIC in software defined radios: a tutorial

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CORDIC is a versatile algorithm widely used for VLSI implementation of digital signal processing applications. This article presents a tutorial of how to use CORDIC to implement different communication subsystems that can be found in a software defined radio. Specifically, it shows how to use CORDIC to implement direct digital synthesizers, AM, PM, and FM analog modulators and ASK, PSK and FSK modulators, up-/down-converters of in-phase and quadrature signals, full mixers for complex signals, and phase detection for synchronizers. The article also shows some tricks to efficiently implement the algorithm

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 9 )

Date of Publication:

Sept. 2006

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