This paper presents a double-sharpened decimation filter based on the application of a Kaiser and Hamming sharpening technique for multistandard wireless systems. The proposed double-sharpened decimation filter uses a pre-droop compensator which improves the passband response of a conventional cascaded integrator-comb filter so that it provides an efficient sharpening performance at half-speed with comparison to conventional sharpened filters. In this paper, the passband droop characteristics with compensation provides-1.6 dB for 1.25 MHz,-1.4 dB for 2.5 MHz,-1.3 dB for 5 MHz, and-1.0 dB for 10 MHz bandwidths, respectively. These results demonstrate that the proposed double-sharpened decimation filter is suitable for multistandard wireless applications.
- Cascaded integrator-comb
- Decimation filter
- Sharpened filter
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Computer Science(all)
- Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials