2021 1st IEEE International Online Symposium on Joint Communications &Amp; Sensing (JC&S) 2021
DOI: 10.1109/jcs52304.2021.9376347 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…It becomes clear from the above analysis that for achieving maximum energy efficiency we must focus on rate versus spectral efficiency [5]. If we have an abundant spectrum and are in a range of 0.1 bit/s/Hz and below, impulse modulation with a 1-bit ADC will be best in terms of energy efficiency [35]. There is a crossover point at which an increase in spectral efficiency leads to other methods, e.g., zero crossing modulation (ZXM) [34] outperforming impulse modulation.…”
Section: Analog To Digital Interfacementioning
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“…It becomes clear from the above analysis that for achieving maximum energy efficiency we must focus on rate versus spectral efficiency [5]. If we have an abundant spectrum and are in a range of 0.1 bit/s/Hz and below, impulse modulation with a 1-bit ADC will be best in terms of energy efficiency [35]. There is a crossover point at which an increase in spectral efficiency leads to other methods, e.g., zero crossing modulation (ZXM) [34] outperforming impulse modulation.…”
Section: Analog To Digital Interfacementioning
“…And, we should adapt the modem hardware accordingly as its ADC requirements can be relaxed to achieve a large gain in hardware energy efficiency as well! 4) Hence, the idea might be to move from a "gear" of spectrally very inefficient spike modulation during very low traffic & sensing demand [35], to a gear of ZXM during low demand, to continuous-phase modulation and QAM and MIMO-OFDM as demand increases. This way the analog-to-digital interface is matched to energy optimization under semiconductor constraints and opportunities, exploiting the high cutoff frequency f T of current CMOS technologies.…”
Section: Analog To Digital Interfacementioning