Analog and Digital Communications
QAM Chip for LTE 64-QAM
The topic of this Mini-Paper is the QAM modulation for LTE (long-term evolution) cellphone standard .
Unless otherwise noted, questions refer to the paper "A digital polar transmitter with DC-DC converter supporting 256-QAM WLAN and 40 MHz LTE-A carrier aggregation"
The required of items to be included in this mini-paper are:
- Table with 2 columns: the parameter, and the parameter value (you must cite your reference for this in your paper)
Show the formula for a QAM signal fqam(t) from the lecture notes
- Row 1: LTE 64-QAM radio center frequency in GHz (hint: see Fig. 9(c) )
- Row 2: LTE 64-QAM channel bandwidth in MHz (hint: see Table I and Fig. 9(c) )
- Row 3: LTE 64-QAM number of bits encoded per QAM symbol in bits/symbol (hint: see constellation )
Plot of measured LTE 64-QAM constellation diagram AND frequency spectrum (hint: choose correct subplots from Fig. 9 of paper ). Note: EVM (Error_vector_magnitude) refers to the error seen in the constellation
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