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Flexible Multi-standard Digital Front-End for LPWA Technologies

Abstract : This paper proposes a flexible multi-standard digital front-end (DFE) hardware architecture designed for three main low-power wide-area (LPWA) technologies: LoRa, Sigfox, and narrowband-Internet of things (NB-IoT). We demonstrate the feasibility of an unified DFE architecture that fits the requirements of these LPWA technologies. The proposed DFE architecture has been implemented on a Spartan-6 field pro-grammable gate array (FPGA) within a base station receiver, and tested using a universal software radio peripheral (USRP) based platform. We show that the expected performance can be achieved with low hardware complexity, in terms of memory and logic requirements.
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Patrick Savelli, Vincent Savaux, Pauline Desnos, Ali Zeineddine, Matthieu Kanj, et al.. Flexible Multi-standard Digital Front-End for LPWA Technologies. URSI GASS 2020, Aug 2020, Rome, Italy. ⟨hal-02555888⟩

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