Real-Time Implementation of Self-Adjustable Analog Phase Equalizers
Konferenz: PRIME 2012 - 8th Conference on Ph.D. Research in Microelectronics & Electronics
12.06.2012-15.06.2012 in Aachen, Germany
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Sanczczak Farias, Aurencio; Noceti Filho, Sidnei; Seara, Rui (LINSE – Circuits and Signal Processing Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina, 88040-900 – Florianópolis – SC – Brazil)
This paper presents a real-time implementation of self-adjustable analog phase equalizers with reduced computational effort. The proposed approach is based on searching for the slope of a straight line and the error characterizing the undulation around that straight line equalizer. These parameters are stored in a table, making possible its operation in real time. The look-up table inputs correspond to a value set related to the phase delay of the system to be equalized. Examples attesting the effectiveness of this approach are presented and discussed. Keywords — analog equalizers; implementation; real-time; self-adjustable phase equalizers.