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    Title: 無線傳輸系統之模擬設計
    Other Titles: The simulation design of a wireless transmission system
    Authors: 李偉辰;Lee, Wei-chen
    Contributors: 淡江大學電機工程學系碩士班
    李揚漢;Lee, Yang-han
    Keywords: 無線傳輸系統;低功率設計;wireless transmission system;low power design
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 07:09:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在本論文中,我們研究超低功率與超低工作電流無線傳輸系統之模擬設計,使用200KHz之sample time,超低頻之40KHz載波,輸出信號為一2.5us之脈波信號,最後利用這脈波信號當成載波來傳送資訊,因此會非常的節省功率的消秏,最後以Verilog硬體描述語言撰寫一超低功率無線傳輸系統,使用ModelSim模擬軟體驗證,最後將實現於FPGA發展平台上。
    In this thesis, we study the simulation design of a wireless transmission system with ultra low power and ultra low operating current. We generate an output pulse signal with a pulse width of 2.5 us through the utilization of 200 KHz timing pulses and data transmitting at ultra low rate 40 KHz. This pulse signal is then employed as a carrier signal to convey information so as to extremely save the system power consumption. We finally utilize Verilog hardware description (HDL) language to design a wireless transmission system with ultra low power consumption, and exploit ModelSim software language to verify the design and finally the system hardware is realized on the FPGA developed platform.
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