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Component-based development of radio systems and subsystems: Are we there yet? [Trends in DSP]

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The June 2005 "Trends in DSP" column explored the concept of component-based development for radio systems and subsystems. In this model the intermediate frequency (IF) and baseband signal processing associated with each wireless air interface standard on a given radio product are created from encapsulated software, hardware, and firmware intellectual property (IP) that can be reused from product to product.

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IEEE Communications Magazine  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 6 )