- It offers quad-channel integration with a compact size
- It is built on a low-cost design reducing system cost for 3G/4G/5G applications
RF Wideband transceivers are an integral part of a communication system design. These devices provide transmitting and receiving capablities to macro and small cell-based RF stations. A cell refers to the area covered by a communication network range from a base station.
Analog Devices (AD) have recently introduced a wideband transceiver based on Radioverse design. This design ecosystem helps in rapid prototyping of the product. Radioverse also provides simulation tools and development kits for further development of the device.
Comes in a compact package size
The company informed that the device is available in a 14 mm x 14 mm chip package. The product contains a quad-channel transmitter and receiver pair. It provides four different channels for data communication. It also features a dual-channel receiver which provides precise observations of the transmitter.
Supports Multichip phase synchronisation
According to A/D, the design supports an operating frequency of up to 6000 MHz.The maximum transmitter-receiver bandwidth is said to be 200 Mhz. Additionally, it supports multichip phase synchronisation for all the local oscillators and baseband clocks.
These features can help in maintaining the accuracy and synchronisation between the transmitter and the receiver in a designed system. The device supports firmware upgrade which makes it suitable for frequency division duplex (FDD) and time division duplex (TDD) standards.