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IP3 or Third Order Intercept point

The IP3 is the intercept point of extrapolated, inter-

As shown in the diagram above, the higher the value of IP3 point, the lower is the value of intermodulation product of incoming signals.

Plot to show IP3 point calculation

Input IP3 - IIP3

Output

Power

Input Power

Third Harmonic intercept point - IP3

Third harmonic

components

components

Resources

Verilog RTL code examples for front-end chip design.

Digital Design Topics

Half-adder , full-adder ,

Adder-sub tractor

Stack Organization - LIFO, RPN

Parity Generation and error checking

Binary multiplier circuit.

CMOS introduction

Digital fundamentals -

RTL coding guidelines. ICG cell, Assertions, $assertkill, levels. Chandle

Pipeline vs. Parallel processing.

Verilog RTL code examples for front-

Half-

Adder-

Stack Organization -

Binary multiplier circuit.

CMOS introduction

Digital fundamentals -

RTL coding guidelines. ICG cell, Assertions, $assertkill, levels. Chandle

Pipeline vs. Parallel processing.

Digital Logic fundamentals topics @ fcd

Digital basics tutorial

Binary number discussion, 1 and 2 complement discussion,

Binary arithmetic, Signed Magnitude, overflow, examples

Gray coding, Binary coded digital (BCD) coding, BCD addition

Digital logic gates basic (AND, OR, XOR, NOT) and derived (NAND, NOR and XNOR). Drive XOR from NAND gates. Drive XOR from NOR gates Discussion of Boolean Algebra with examples. Duality Principle, Huntington Postulates, Theorems of Boolean Algebra - discussion with examples, Boolean Functions, Canonical and Standard Forms, Minterms and Maxterms Sum of Minterms, Product of Maxterms or Canonical Forms, Karnaugh map or K-map discussion 2, 3, ,4 and 5 var’s Prime Implicant and Gate level minimization examples.

Digital basics tutorial

Binary number discussion, 1 and 2 complement discussion,

Binary arithmetic, Signed Magnitude, overflow, examples

Gray coding, Binary coded digital (BCD) coding, BCD addition

Digital logic gates basic (AND, OR, XOR, NOT) and derived (NAND, NOR and XNOR). Drive XOR from NAND gates. Drive XOR from NOR gates Discussion of Boolean Algebra with examples. Duality Principle, Huntington Postulates, Theorems of Boolean Algebra -

Evolved Packet Core (EPC) system architecture for all IP.Mobility Management Entity (MME), Serving System (S) Architecture (A) Evolution (E) Gateway or Serving Gateway SGW. Packet Data Network (PDN) SAE Gateway Enhanced Packet Data Gateway (ePDG) Multiple antenna techniques - MIMO, Adaptive antenna systems - AAS and Antenna diversity - AD

Introduction to Verilog RTL

Verilog Operators.

Initial Statements in verilog. Clock and Reset generation. Blocking vs. Non-blocking Statements. Conditional Statements & ‘always’ block. Counter Implementation. File Operations - $fopen, $fclose, $fdisplay, $fscanf Read binary or hex format files - $readmemh, $readmemb. FOR Loop use in verilog code example

Verilog Operators.

Initial Statements in verilog. Clock and Reset generation. Blocking vs. Non-

Half-Adder , Full-Adder , Adder-Subtractor .

Verilog code - Half-Adder , Full-Adder

Verilog code -

Arithmetic, logical and shift microoperations.

Binary to Gray code conversion

Readmemh, Readmemb. Random numbers

Memory Implementation - sync Ram and Testbench

Binary to Gray code conversion

Readmemh, Readmemb. Random numbers

Memory Implementation -

Other related RF topics:-

STG1 or Stage 1 = Gain value as Gain1 and IP3 value as IP31

STG2 or Stage 2 = Gain2, IP32

STG3 or Stage 3 = Gain3, IP33

STG4 or Stage 4 = Gain4, IP34

Final IP3 = IP3_Total

STG2 or Stage 2 = Gain2, IP32

STG3 or Stage 3 = Gain3, IP33

STG4 or Stage 4 = Gain4, IP34

Final IP3 = IP3_Total

Hardware components of a smart-phone.

CPU or processor of a cell phone.

Operating System or simply O/S

RAM, a type of memory and SD Memory

Applications for direct user interface.

PIXELS for resolution of screen.

Operating System or simply O/S

RAM, a type of memory and SD Memory

Applications for direct user interface.

PIXELS for resolution of screen.