Analog Devices Introduces Wideband RF Transceiver to Simplify System Design, Reduce Cost

December 3, 2019 Perry Cohen

Analog Devices introduced the ADRV9026, a new wideband transceiver within its RadioVerse design and technology ecosystem. The transceiver is designed to support base station applications including single and multi-standard 3G/4G/5G macrocell base stations, massive MIMO (M-MIMO), and small cell systems. The ADRV9026, ADI's fourth-generation wideband RF transceiver, offers quad-channel integration with the low power, reduced size, common-platform solution. The new software defined transceiver supports both Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) and Time Division Duplex (TDD) standards

The RadioVerse design and technology ecosystem offers a radio design environment focused on simplifying the radio development process for a wide range of markets and applications. It includes rapid prototyping platforms, chip-level evaluation systems, simulation tools, and development kits as well as a global partnership network that provides multiple levels of design support.

For more information, visit www.analog.com/RadioVerse.

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