What are the techniques which can be used to perform digital IQ amplitude and phase correction in a wideband receiver system when input signals can be of unknown different frequencies and occupy different bandwidths?
The same techniques when that isn't the case can be used, but the question is if the correction is closed loop or open loop and if the offset and quadrature error is the same or similar enough across the entire bandwidth. For high accuracy correction under conditions where phase and amplitude offsets can change with time, temperature or from unit to unit, a measurement is made of the resulting carrier offset and sideband suppression with known signal conditions and the correction is applied using the techniques referenced here in a nulling loop. There are cases and conditions where an open loop correction would be sufficient as well and this comes out of the requirements for DC offset (carrier feedthrough from origin offset) and sideband leakage (from quadrature and amplitude error), and an assessment of how good the analog hardware is in terms of initial conditions and maintaining that over time and temperature.
Other than that the correction approach itself begins with structures that I have detailed in this other post. The additional complication to consider is that the correction under wideband conditions would likely be frequency selective, and would have multiple coefficients resulting in a "complex equalizer" rather than the "single tap equalizer" that the referenced post indicates. I detail the implementation of a complex equalizer at this post.