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URN etd-0923105-033357 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3088 times. Download 1237 times. Author Yao-Tung Cheng Author's Email Address No Public. Department Communication Engineering Year 2004 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 102 Title AN ALGORITHM FOR DIRECT BANDPASS SAMPLING OF MULTIPLE RF SIGNALS Keyword Bandpass sampling Bandpass sampling Abstract Bandpass sampling is a useful method for direct downconverting RF signal. Although the bandpass sampling principles for a single RF signal is well developed, the method for sampling multiple bandpass signals is immature.
The conventional methods for obtaining valid sampling frequency of multiple RF signals need exhaustive tests or complicated graphs. A previous method is proposed to obtain valid sampling frequencies of multiple RF signals by using derived formulas in terms of some parameters (such as bandwidths and locations of the RF signals and so forth). However, it is not suitable for arbitrary signals unless one have previously derived the formulas for arbitrary signals by hand.
In this thesis, we propose an improved algorithm to obtain the valid sampling frequencies for arbitrary signals. The result can be used to efficiently find an appropriate range of valid sampling frequency for arbitrary signals.
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Files Date of Defense 2005-06-10 Date of Submission 2005-09-23