Norwood, MA (03/25/2009) - Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) announced today the availability of its latest version of its free, downloadable ADIsimSRD™ Design Studio for the development of short-range wireless devices. ADIsimSRD Design Studio Version 1.1 conducts real-time simulations, tests configurations and troubleshoots potential problems in short-range radio communications systems using ADI’s ADF70xx family of short-range transmitters and transceivers. The latest version adds support for ADI’s newest transceivers and transmitters, including the ADF7021-N, and for the new ARIB T96 Japanese band (950 to 956 MHz). It also features a new power consumption model to calculate battery life and improve the energy efficiency of a design. ADIsimSRD Design Studio enables rapid prototype development and design optimization, eliminating the use of many spreadsheets and iterative design work, which helps designers get their short-range systems to market faster.
To download the ADIsimSRD Design Studio, please visit: www.analog.com/adisimsrd.
- Free downloadable application
- View multiple parameters simultaneously in both time and frequency domains
- View FCC, ETSI, ARIB-compliant design templates for easy-to-use evaluation, customization and simulation
- Create wireless links through various simulations: frequency domain, transient analysis and spectrum analyzer
- Obtain a real-time representation of the SRD frequency, sync detection, power consumption and radio link analysis
- Troubleshoot all key factors that are significant in affecting short range radio link performance
- Customize transceivers and transmitters by selecting them from a built-in parts database
- Calculate battery life with new power consumption model
Find out more about ADIsimSRD Design Studio and RF transceivers and transmitters by visiting the links below:
ADIsimSRD Design Studio home page: www.analog.com/adisimsrd
ADI’s short-range transceivers and transmitters: www.analog.com/srd
ADI’s RF design tools: www.analog.com/rftools
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