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System Design, Development, Training And Implementation Of A Mixed Signal Broadband Chip To Chip Digital Communication System

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2006 Annual Conference & Exposition

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Chicago, Illinois

Publication Date

June 18, 2006

Start Date

June 18, 2006

End Date

June 21, 2006

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

Digital Communications Systems

Tagged Division

Electrical and Computer

Page Count

14

Page Numbers

11.1185.1 - 11.1185.14

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https://peer.asee.org/1095

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Cajetan Akujuobi Prairie View A&M University

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Dr. Akujuobi is the founding Director of the Broadband Access Technologies Program and Laboratory at Prairie View A&M University. He is also the founding Director of the Center of Excellence for Communication Systems Technology Research (CECSTR). Key areas of his research interests are in High-Speed (Broadband) Communication Systems, mixed signal systems and communication systems. He is also the founding Director of the Mixed Signal Systems Research Program at Prairie View A&M University. He has been published extensively.

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Matthew Sadiku Prairie View A&M University

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Dr. Sadiku is a professor at Prairie View A&M University and a researcher with CECSTR. He is the author of over one hundred and twenty technical papers and over twenty books including Elements of Electromagnetics (Oxford, 3rd ed., 2000) and Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics (CRC, 2nd ed. 2001), Metropolitan Area Networks (CRC Press, 1995), and Fundamentals of Electric Circuits (McGraw-Hill, 2nd ed., 2004, with Charles Alexander). His current research interests are in the areas of numerical techniques in electromagnetics and computer communications networks.

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Alam Shumon Prairie View A&M University

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Shumon Alam is a Research Associate with The Center of Excellence for Communication Systems Technology Research (CECSTR), Electrical Engineering Department at Prairie View A&M University. He completed BS from Dhaka University with major in Physics. His MS was in Telecommunications from Oklahoma State University. His research interests are in the field of Telecom network architecture, Wireless network and Signal Processing.

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Veeramuthu Rajaravivarma Central Connecticut State University

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Dr. V. Rajaravivarma has been a faculty member since 1988 and joined the Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT in Fall 2001. His areas of research include Computer Networks, Communications, and Signal Processing. He has published several national and international journals/conference proceedings in these areas. Dr. Rajaravivarma is a Cisco Certified Academic Instructor (CCAI), Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA), Microsoft Computer Professional (MCP) and Cisco Academy Certified in Voice and Data Cabling.

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System Design, Development, Training and Implementation of a Mixed Signal Broadband Chip-to-Chip Digital Communication System

Abstract

At Prairie View A & M University, we developed a new Mixed Signal Systems and Broadband Access Technology Laboratories over the last few years. These laboratories are used in helping our premier Semiconductor and Telecommunication companies in their various areas of research needs, such as, mixed signal design, testing and in interoperability and reliability studies. These laboratories are used also for the training of our students in these emerging areas of technology and for research, especially, the Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) broadband mixed signal technology.

As the paper will demonstrate, we introduce our students to the modeling and simulation of an 8- Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM) transceiver that can be fabricated using the Complimentary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) transceiver technology. The transmitter incorporates a pattern generator and a pseudorandom bit sequence (PRBS) generator, which are multiplexed to a 3-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC) with pre-emphasis. The receiver integrates three 3-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) for over sampling of the transmitted data. The modeling and simulation design was implemented using Matlab/ Simulink platform.

This modeling and simulation design is developed and implemented using an 8-PAM system, which partitions the data from the transmitter into 3-bit, 8-level quantized form. This type of multi-signaling reduces the symbol rate and thus limits data error in the receiver. To boost the efficiency and reliability of the system, three ADCs are used, instead of one, sampling three times the channel data rate. In this design, a special data select code is written with Matlab/Simulink platform to recover the transmitted data. The data from the transmitter is recovered by error correction technique using the Matlab code.

As part of our goal in the Electrical Engineering and Engineering Technology Departments to expose our students to hands-on training, the students are given the opportunity to model, simulate and implement the software system design in the broadband (high-speed) communication and mixed signal systems laboratories. The results of these implementations have been encouraging. The lessons learned, future work and recommendations are discussed in this paper.

1. Introduction

The issue of low power, high-speed transceiver, chip-to-chip mixed signal communication system is one of those emerging technologies of the 21st century. It is also one of the major Proceedings of the 2006 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Copyright © 2006, American Society for Engineering Education

Akujuobi, C., & Sadiku, M., & Shumon, A., & Rajaravivarma, V. (2006, June), System Design, Development, Training And Implementation Of A Mixed Signal Broadband Chip To Chip Digital Communication System Paper presented at 2006 Annual Conference & Exposition, Chicago, Illinois. https://peer.asee.org/1095

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