Waveform Portability and Reuse--Key Enablers on the Road to Software Defined Radio

Bickle, Jerry
December 2007
Portable Design;Dec2007, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p24
The article focuses on the waveform portability and reuse across radio platforms for software defined radio (SDR) technologies in the electronics industry. It primarily measures the productivity advantage of SDR, considering the dependence of its waveform portability and reuse across radio platforms on the level of separation between the application software, the radio software and operating system. It also considers the significance on the application of separation/isolation techniques and tools to achieve software portability and reuse across disparate physical radio platforms. In addition, the implementation of a resource component into SDR, describing its three logical partitions: a component container, a component infrastructure and a component implementation is described.


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