A New Optimized Radio Telescope Receiver Architecture
Lanre Daniyan, Ilesanmi Daniyan, Ale Felix
Corresponding Author : Engr O. L. Daniyan,
NASRDA Centre for Basic Space Science (CBSS), Nsukka. Nigeria.
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Received : 2017-09-02 Accepted : 2017-10-02 Published : 2017-10-02
Abstract : Popular receiver architectures use the superheterodyne technique to trap source frequencies using associated discrete analog signal processing devices. Nurturing and processing faint intercepted signals through several analog stages to a digital backend via coaxial feed has hitherto resulted in expensive, bogus, non â€“ reproducible receiver systems that are susceptible to drifts. Hence, the complexities that characterize radio astronomy receiver design. This paper highlights the inherent problems associated with conventional superheterodyne radio astronomy receiver architecture and presents a new optimized architecture that solved most of the inherent problems and offers better reliability and reproducibility without compromising performance.
Keywords : ADC, Analog, Digital, LNA, Mixer, Superheterodyne.
Citation : Engr O. L. Daniyan et al. (2017), A New Optimized Radio Telescope Receiver Architecture. J. of Advancement in Engineering and Technology, V5I3. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.1000453
Copyright : © 2017 Engr O. L. Daniyan. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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