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This paper presents the design, implementation and
experimental validation of a real-time FPGA-based mobile
WiMAX baseband transceiver. Three different antenna
configuration schemes were implemented and tested, namely the
Single Input Single Output (SISO), the Single Input Multiple
Output (SIMO) and the Multiple Input Multiple Output
(MIMO). A reproducible design methodology enabled the
deployment of the 20 MHz bandwidth prototype. The paper also
includes a functional description of the implemented baseband
processing blocks for each antenna scheme. A real-time testbed
has hosted the three baseband implementations. A dedicated
data-capturing interface facilitated their performance
comparison in respect to the equivalent Matlab models.
CitationBartzoudis, N. [et al.]. A real-time FPGA-based mobile WiMAX transceiver supporting multi-antenna configurations. A: IEEE Argentine School of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications. "IEEE 2011 Argentine School of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications". Buenos Aires: IEEE, 2011, p. 46-51.
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