27 Jun 2018

Richardson RFPD introduces integrated wideband RF receiver & transmitter

Richardson RFPD has announced the availability and full design support capabilities for a new multi-function RF receiver and multi-function RF transmitter from Analog Devices.

The ADRV9008-1 is a highly-integrated, dual RF, agile receiver offering integrated synthesizers and digital signal processing functions. The device delivers a versatile combination of the high performance and low power consumption required by 3G/4G/5G macrocell, frequency division duplex (FDD), base station applications.

The ADRV9008-2 is a highly-integrated, RF agile transmit subsystem offering dual channel transmitters, observation path receiver, integrated synthesizers, and digital signal processing functions. Its performance and low power consumption make it ideal for 2G/3G/4G/5G macro cell base stations and active antenna applications. Evaluation boards for the new devices are also available: ADRV9008-1W/PCBZ, ADRV9008-2W/PCBZ.

The new devices are part of ADI’s RadioVerse technology and design ecosystem. RadioVerse accelerates advanced radio design and development and includes market-leading integrated radio platforms, software tools, evaluation and prototyping platforms, a range of reference designs, and full radio solutions.

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