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Combined with high performance power solutions, advanced software-defined radio technology, and platform developments, our broad RF-to-bits portfolio and in-house domain expertise uniquely position Analog Devices as a valued solutions partner. Our team of experts has a deep understanding of the technology, end applications, and challenges of innovation for secure military communications, providing an additional layer of support and helping customers reduce time to market for new designs.
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The Next-Gen, Software-Defined Radio (SDR) Transceiver Delivers Big Advances in Frequency Hopping (FH)
- Secure, Mission Critical Communications Require a New, Easy to Implement Approach
- RF Converters: A Technology That Is Enabling Wideband Radios
- X- and Ku-Band Small Form Factor Radio Design
Interactive Signal Chains
The pair of radios in the ADRV-PACKRF kit provides a radio frequency (RF) platform to software developers, system architects, algorithm developers, and product teams who want a single platform that operates over a wide tuning range (70 MHz to 6 GHz) with a wide bandwidth (200 kHz to 56 MHz). The open source hardware device language (HDL) and Linux software can stream to MATLAB®, Simulink®, or GNU Radio and allows algorithm deployment to the built in the field programmable gate array (FPGA). The radio modules accelerate development from initial evaluation and concepts to prototype to field deployment.
Included with the radio module is a complete single carrier modem reference design. The modem is designed as a constantly transmitting frequency division duplexing (FDD) system with a single transmit channel (uplink) and a single receive channel (downlink), enabling a single bidirectional point-to-point link between two nodes. A complete wireless video link can be demonstrated with the webcams provided in this kit between disjoint nodes.
The radio is contained inside an aluminum enclosure with access to connections for power, Ethernet, USB, OLED display, audio, and micro SD card. The antennas connect to SMAs on the back of the device for transmit (Tx), receive (Rx), Tx monitoring, and global positioning satellite (GPS) input/outputs.
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Aerospace and Defense
- Military Communications
The ADRV9002NP/W1/PCBZ and ADRV9002NP/W2/PCBZ are radio cards designed to showcase the ADRV9002, dual-channel Narrow/Wide-band RF transceiver. The radio cards provide a 2x2 transceiver platform for device evaluation. All peripherals necessary for the radio card to operate include high efficiency power circuit board, and a high-performance clocking/MCS distribution included on the radio board. Connecting one of the radio cards with the FPGA motherboard through the FMC connector form a complete evaluation platform for ADRV9002.
This hardware together with TES software can be used to emulate ADRV9003 and ADRV9004 transceiver. When ADRV9003 or ADRV9004 transceiver is selected in TES, software can generate required initialization sequence that is tailored to particular transceiver.
RadioVerse: Concept to Creation at Lightspeed
- ADRV9002 Transceiver IC