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Title: Digital spectrometers for interplanetary science missions
Authors: Jarnot, Robert F.
Padmanabhan, Sharmila
Raffanti, Richard
Richards, Brian
Stek, Paul
Werthimer, Dan
Nikolic, Borivoje
Keywords: Submillimeter spectrometers
polyphase filter bank spectrometer (PFB)
Issue Date: Apr-2010
Citation: Clearance Number 10-1555
Abstract: A fully digital polyphase spectrometer recently developed by the University of California Berkeley Wireless Research Center in conjunction with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory provides a low mass, power, and cost implementation of a spectrum channelizer for submillimeter spectrometers for future missions to the Inner and Outer Solar System. The digital polyphase filter bank spectrometer (PFB) offers broad bandwidth with high spectral resolution, minimal channel-to-channel overlap, and high out-of-band rejection.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/41514
Other Identifiers: JPL D-65675
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