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This thesis will take place in System-On.Chip (SoC) architecture group at Ericsson. The group is involved in designing ASICs/FPGAs for next generation 5G products. A major hurdle in making these ASICs is their high-power footprint. As a part of solution to this problem, a technique called Digital-Pre-Distortion (DPD), is commonly employed. However, for the upcoming products, it is expected that the DPD itself will consume a significant portion portion of overall chip power (30-60%), making the design infeasible.
This thesis will attempt to reduce the power consumed by the DPD. The MS thesis students will first study the existing single stage learning model (based on Volterra-Series). They will then modify the model from single stage learning model to dual stage learning learning. Finally, they will implement the modifications in RTL and evaluate the power consumption.
· Understand the DPD functionality by looking at the Matlab code (4 Weeks).
· Implement the proposed modifications in Matlab (3 weeks).
· Implement the algorithm in RTL (4 weeks).
· Evaluate power (2 weeks).
. Write thesis (3 weeks).
· VHDL, Matlab, Synopsys Design Compiler.
· Knowledge about hardware architecture.
· Master of science program student in Electronics, Electrical Engineering.
. Knowledge in signal processing is appreciated.
Applications should include a short motivation letter, a CV (in English) and a record of a transcript.
The position can only be offered to students currently enrolled in a university program (Master).
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Primary country and city: Sweden (SE) || || Lund || Stud&YP
Req ID: 287135