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Time filter

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Carlsbad, CA, United States

MaxLinear is a New York Stock Exchange-traded company that provides highly integrated radio-frequency analog and mixed-signal semiconductor solutions for broadband communications applications.Founded in 2003, the company held an initial public offering on March 23, 2010.MaxLinear's products enable the reception of broadband data and video content in a wide range of electronic devices, including cable and terrestrial digital set-top boxes, DOCSIS 3.0 voice and data cable modems, digital televisions, personal computers, netbooks and in-vehicle entertainment devices.The company designs its analog and mixed-signal circuits in standard CMOS process technology for low-cost manufacturing. A "fabless" company, it uses outside chipmaking facilities, known as foundries or fabs, to manufacture its chips, and sells its products to original equipment manufacturers , module makers and original design manufacturers .MaxLinear is based in Carlsbad, California, with research and development centers in Irvine, Calif., China and India. It employs nearly 300 people, most of whom have engineering degrees.Since its founding, it has sold more than 200 million chips. Wikipedia.


Methods and systems for time interleaved analog-to-digital converter timing mismatch calibration and compensation may comprise receiving an analog signal on a chip, converting the analog signal to a digital signal utilizing a time interleaved analog-to-digital-converter (ADC), and reducing a blocker signal that is aliased onto a desired signal by a timing offset in the time interleaved ADC by estimating complex coupling coefficients between a desired digital output signal and the blocker signal. A decorrelation algorithm may comprise a symmetric adaptive decorrelation algorithm. The received analog signal may be generated by a calibration tone generator on the chip. An aliased signal may be summed with an output signal from a multiplier. The complex coupling coefficients may be determined utilizing the decorrelation algorithm on the summed signals. A multiplier may be configured to cancel the blocker signal utilizing the determined complex coupling coefficients.


Methods and systems for femtocell positioning using low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite signals may comprise receiving LEO RF satellite signals utilizing a LEO satellite signal receiver path when medium Earth orbit (MEO) signals are attenuated below a threshold needed for positioning purposes by the MEO receiver path. A position of said wireless communication device (WCD) may be measured based on the received LEO RF satellite signals. The measured position of the WCD may be compared to a threshold radius defined by a stored initial position. Wireless communication services to the other WCDs may be enabled when the measured position is within the threshold radius. Reentry of the stored initial position may be requested when the measured position is outside of the threshold radius. The WCD may be disabled when the measured position of the WCD falls outside of the threshold radius more than a predetermined number of times.


Methods and systems for time interleaved analog-to-digital converter timing mismatch calibration and compensation may comprise receiving an analog signal on a chip, converting the analog signal to a digital signal utilizing a time interleaved analog-to-digital-converter (ADC), and reducing a blocker signal that is generated by timing offsets in the time interleaved ADC by estimating complex coupling coefficients between a desired digital output signal and the blocker signal. A decorrelation algorithm may comprise a symmetric adaptive decorrelation algorithm. The received analog signal may be generated by a calibration tone generator on the chip. An aliased signal may be summed with an output signal from a multiplier. The complex coupling coefficients may be determined utilizing the decorrelation algorithm on the summed signals. A multiplier may be configured to cancel the blocker signal utilizing the determined complex coupling coefficients.


An impulse noise mitigation circuit (INMC) may set a cut-off frequency of each of two high pass filters to bound a frequency bandwidth of a desired signal, wherein a first of the two filters allows frequencies higher than the frequency bandwidth of the desired signal, and a second of the two filters allows frequencies lower than the frequency bandwidth of the desired signal. The INMC may compute and store a mean magnitude separately for a first signal response of the first filter and a second signal response of the second filter. The INMC may select the first filter for impulse noise mitigation when the mean magnitude of the second filter is greater than the mean magnitude of the first filter. The INMC may select the second filter for impulse noise mitigation when the mean magnitude of the first filter is greater than the second filter.


Systems and methods for admitting new nodes into an existing network, for example a MoCA network. As a non-limiting example, various aspects of the present disclosure provide systems and methods for adding a new node to an existing network without requiring on-site manual configuration, for example utilizing communication between the new node and a network coordinator of the existing network prior to admission of the new node to the existing network.

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