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Basics of Software Defined Radio, Part 1

11/6/2007 08:00 AM EST
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re: Basics of Software Defined Radio, Part 1
dave1127   1/9/2008 8:21:17 AM
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The antenna is the major part of radio. And sampling the signal at its output is already action of analog receiver - any ADC has its analog front-end. That means - there is no such thing - ideal SDR. It is like software defined airplane. The radio is energy transformer first of all - exactly like airplane. It is nothing to do with software.

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jmat   11/8/2007 9:39:07 PM
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Thanks for the article!

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