Beijing, China—July 24, 2020—Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) today announced the first product in a new family of very high dynamic range RF transceivers for a variety of commercial and defense applications. This high-performance ADRV9002 RF transceiver is ideal for mission-critical communications applications such as first responder radios, dedicated Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks, and satellite communications. In these applications, size, weight and power are key design considerations. The RF transceiver is a new addition to ADI’s award-winning RadioVerse™ design and ecosystem.
“Mission-critical communications networks are critical to keeping us safe,” said Joe Barry, vice president of the Wireless Communications Group at Analog Devices. “As the radio spectrum becomes more congested, so does the difficulty of discerning complex signals for these communications networks. ADRV9002 RF The transceivers are able to correctly decode signals in heavily congested spectrum. This helps customers develop radio platforms with power and performance that can be scaled for a variety of commercial and defense applications.”
ADRV9002 RF Transceiver Features and Benefits
Best dynamic range in the industry, capable of identifying wideband and addressing narrowband operation challenges within a single device
· Operating frequency range: 30MHz to 6GHz
Achieving -150dBc/Hz receiver dynamic range and highly linear transmitter
The first RF transceiver designed to support narrowband and traditional wideband signals from 12KHz to 40MHz
· Ability to process voice, data and image or video signals
· Adopt digital signal radio correction algorithm, AGC, DPD, frequency hopping and channel filtering technology
Ability to dynamically adjust performance and power
Quotation and Availability
ADI’s RadioVerse ecosystem includes tools, design resources and technical support to accelerate radio development. The ecosystem includes rapid prototyping platforms, chip-level evaluation systems, reference designs, simulation tools and development kits, as well as design ideas and RF platform resources from a global partner network, including reference designs and solution modules. Technical resources include HDL and full-system-level software reference designs on GitHub, compatible FPGA development vectors, and chip-level evaluation systems.