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CD-Laboratory for Nonlinear Signal Processing

Period
2002 — 2009
Funding
Christian-Doppler Forschungsgesellschaft, CDG (Österreich)
Partners
  • 1 Großunternehmen (Österreich)
  • Institut für Signalverarbeitung und Sprachkommunikation
  • 1 Klein- und Mittelunternehmen (Österreich)
Research Areas
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The Christian Doppler Laboratory for Nonlinear Signal Processing addresses fundamental research questions arising from signal processing applications which are challenging due to their nonlinear aspects. We deliver theoretical analyses, develop and optimize new algorithms and, through their implementation, build awareness for their complexity, robustness, accuracy, and power consumption trade-offs. The Christian Doppler Laboratory for Nonlinear Signal Processing plays a leading role in the solution of signal processing problems where conventional methods fail. By entering into industrial partnerships, it thrives from and supports the bidirectional exchange of know-how and people between nonlinear science and the sweeping digital signal processing revolution.

Related publications
  • Article Abd-Elrady E., Li G. & Kubin G. (2013) A nonlinear filtered-x prediction error method algorithm for digital predistortion in digital subscriber line systems. in International journal of communication systems, 26(5), p. 651-661. [more info]
  • Conference contribution Vogel C., Draxelmayr D. & Kubin G. (2005) Spectral Shaping of Timing Mismatches in Time-Interleaved ADCs. in 2005 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, ISCAS (pp. 1394-1397). [more info]
  • Conference contribution Vogel C., Pammer V. & Kubin G. (2005) A Novel Channel Randomization Method for Time-Interleaved ADCs. in IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference (pp. 150-155). [more info]
  • Conference contribution Singerl P. & Vogel C. (2005) A Fast and Accurate Automatic Gain Control for a Wireless Local Area Network Receiver. in Proceedings of the 2005 Global Mobile Congress (pp. 34-38). [more info]
  • Doctoral Thesis Vogel C. (2005) Modeling, Identification, and Compensation of Channel Mismatch Errors in Time-Interleaved Analog-to-Digital Converters.. [more info]
  • Article Vogel C. & Kubin G. (2005) Modeling of Time-interleaved ADCs with Nonlinear Hybrid Filter Banks. in AEÜ = International Journal of Electronics and Communications, 59(5), p. 288-296. [more info] [doi]
  • Article Vogel C. (2005) The Impact of Combined Channel Mismatch Effects in Time-Interleaved ADCs. in IEEE transactions on instrumentation and measurement, 54(1), p. 415-427. [more info] [doi]
  • Conference contribution Vogel C. & Kubin G. (2004) Analysis and Compensation of Nonlinearity Mismatches in Time-Interleaved ADC Arrays. in 2004 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, ISCAS (pp. 593-596). [more info]
  • Conference contribution Singerl P. & Vogel C. (2004) An Analysis of a Low Complexity Received Signal Strength Indicator for Wireless Applications. in Austrochip 2004 (pp. 57-60). [more info]
  • Conference contribution Vogel C., Draxelmayr D. & Kuttner F. (2004) Compensation of Timing Mismatches in Time-Interleaved Analog-to-Digital Converters through Transfer Characteristics Tuning. in 47th IEEE International Midwest Symposium On Circuits and Systems (pp. 349-352). [more info]
  • Conference contribution Vogel C. & Kubin G. (2004) Time-Interleaved ADCs in the Context of Hybrid Filter Banks. in 2004 International Symposium on Signals, Systems, and Electronics ISSSE'04 (pp. 214-217). [more info]
  • Commissioned report Vogel C. (2004) Work report on the project Digital Correction of Analog Signal Processing Errors in Fast Analog-to-Digital Converters.. [more info]
  • Conference contribution Vogel C. & Köppl H. (2003) Behavioral Modeling of Time-Interleaved ADCs using MATLAB. in Austrochip 2003 (pp. 45-48). [more info]
  • Commissioned report Vogel C. (2003) Work report on the project Digital Correction of Analog Signal Processing Errors in Fast Analog-to-Digital Converters.. [more info]