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Partially reconfigurable TVWS transceiver for use in UK and US markets

Elliot, Ross Andrew and Enderwitz, Martin and He, Ke and Darbari, Faisal and Crockett, Louise Helen and Weiss, Stephan and Stewart, Robert (2012) Partially reconfigurable TVWS transceiver for use in UK and US markets. In: 2012 7th international workshop on reconfigurable communication-centric systems-on-chip. IEEE, New York. ISBN 9781467325707

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    Abstract

    With more and more countries opening up sections of unlicensed spectrum for use by TV White Space (TVWS) devices, the prospect of building a device capable of operating in more than one world region is appealing. The difficulty is that the locations of TVWS bands within the radio spectrum are not globally harmonised. With this problem in mind, the purpose of this paper is to present a TVWS transceiver design which is capable of being reconfigured to operate in both the UK and US spectrum. We present three different configurations: one covering the UK TVWS spectrum and the remaining two covering the various locations of the US TVWS bands.