alexa A Modification of Concurrent Dual Band Radio Receiver
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International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
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Research Article

A Modification of Concurrent Dual Band Radio Receiver Architecture

M. H. Ali1 and A. Usman2
  1. Senior Lecturer [Ph.D] Department of Physics, Bayero University, P.M.B.3011.Kano, Nigeria
  2. PG Student [ELECTRONICS] Department of Physics, Bayero University, P.M.B.3011.Kano, Nigeria
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Channels linking information sources and receivers are one of the fundamental blocks of all communication system. The size of the dust particle present in space, those of snows and rain drops are known to affect communication due to their diffracting and scattering effects. A concurrent dual band radio receiver architecture that can operate at both 900MHz and 1800MHz is proposed. The architecture is found to be feasible with additional advantages of low power consumption, light and small chip area. This result implies that, the problem of channel condition can be reduced if this architecture is adopted at both transmission and receptions points.


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