RF Blockset Models of Analog Devices RF Agile Transceivers have been validated in the lab with power spectral and waveform measurements. The models reproduce the transceiver’s noise and nonlinearity at different frequencies and power levels. You can greatly reduce the design and test iteration time with models that have been validated across a wide range of operating conditions.
The AD9361 and AD9371 transceiver RF Blockset models, allow you to:
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The AD9361 is an agile, high-performance RF transceiver that transmits and receives wireless signals ranging from 70 MHz up to 6.0 GHz. This general-purpose, high-speed analog module can be used for any software-designed radio application, MIMO radio, point-to-point communication systems, femtocell/picocell/microcell base stations, WiFi, and ISM applications.
The AD9371 is a highly-integrated wideband RF transceiver. It offers a versatile combination of high-performance and low-power consumption required by 3G/4G micro and macro BTS equipment in both FDD and TDD applications. The AD9371 operates from 300 MHz to 6000 MHz, covering most of the licensed and unlicensed cellular bands. The IC supports receiver bandwidths up to 100 MHz. It also supports observation receiver and transmit synthesis bandwidths up to 250 MHz to accommodate digital correction algorithms.
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