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NEXT GENERATION RADIO NETWORKS: SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIOS, EMERGING TRENDS
September 22 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Co-sponsored by: Microwave Theory and Techniques, Antenna & Propagation, Computer, Signal Processing Chapter, and Fairleigh Dickson University
Current radios utilize 4th generation SDR (Software Defined Radio) technologies in which components/modules that have been typically implemented in hardware are replaced by software on an embedded computing device. The term SDR (Software Defined Radio) using digital processing of sampled analog signals was coined by author in 1985 [Ulrich Rohde, Digital HF Radio: “A Sampling of Techniques, presented at the Third International Conference on HF Communication Systems and Techniques”, UK, Feb 26-28, 1985, Classified Session, which is the first public software radio initiative reported on Feb 26, 1985 (as a US Classified Secret Session). In all previous generations, there was a single dominating technology, i.e., Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA) for 1G, Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) for 2G, Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) for 3G, and Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) for 4G.
Speaker(s): Ulrich Rohde,
11:00AM-12:30PM: Talk You don’t have to be IEEE member to attend the talk.
Free refreshment/lunch for all the attendess. IEEE Student members are encouraged to attend the lecture.
Bldg: Muscarelle Center
Fairleigh Dickson University
1000 River Road Teaneck
Teaneck, New Jersey