Analog Devices (ADI) has recently introduced a very integrated, low DC power, high-performance transceiver, with digital predistortion (DPD) that allows users to implement many transmitters and receivers in a very small area. This transceiver reduces many of the barriers associated with applications like MIMO and phased array radar.
This webinar will introduce the ADRV902X, that has 4 transmitters, 4 receivers, 2 auxiliary receivers, 4 synthesizers (2 RF, 1 Aux, and 1 Clk), and DPD. With RF tuneability from 100 MHz to 6 GHz and a maximum instantaneous bandwidth of 200 MHz (450 MHz for TX and Aux RX), it can be useful in many applications that require a high amount of integration.
We will also introduce two platforms that use the ADRV902X:
- 4 TX / 4 RX 5G NR O-RU reference platform with a 5W output power at the antenna
- 4 TX / 4 RX Small Cell Radio Reference Design with 0.5W at the antenna
Attendees will learn about feature sets, see a performance demo and discover their flexibility for use in other sub 6 GHz frequency bands.
- Learn about a new integrated, low DC power, high performance integrated transceiver, its setup and performance, and options to reduce the time it takes you to complete a design
- Experience the ADRV902X and see its performance without needing to get in the lab
- Learn about "make versus buy" options and tools that will allow you to demonstrate your concept before doing a full design
- Learn about options that allow you to get quickly to your final design
Bill McKenney is a marketing director in the Wireless Systems Group at Analog Devices, focused on Open RAN and other emerging 5G markets.
Brad Brannon has worked at ADI for 36 years following his graduation from North Carolina State University. At ADI he has held positions in design, test, applications, and in system engineering. Currently Brad is developing reference designs for O-RAN and supporting those customers. Brad has authored several articles and application notes on topics that span clocking data converters, designing radios and testing ADCs.
Jay Shu is part of ADI's strategic partnership group and works as a systems engineering manager. He has worked in the semiconductor and defense industries focusing on RF systems. Currently, Jay is working on helping ADI's partners build reference designs with O-RAN and other RF products. Jay graduated from the University of Michigan and Purdue University.
Jun Pang, the general manager of Vavitel, has worked in the wireless communication industry for 24 years. He created Vavitel in 2015 as one of co-founders, which mainly focuses on telecom infrastructure solutions development, such as 4G/5G small cell systems based on ADI RadioVerse system, including ADI new gen transceiver ADRV902X.