RF Front End Design for the ADRV9002 Narrow/Wideband Transceiver
ADRV9002 is a Dual Narrow/Wideband SDR Transceiver that operates from 30 MHz to 6 GHz. This webcast will focus on design of RF front-end circuitry including RF PAs and LNAs, Tunable Filter, Attenuators, External LO and Power Management that are required to complete a radio design using ADRV9002.
Applications Engineering Manager
Eamon Nash is the applications director for RF amplifiers and beamformers at Analog Devices. He has worked at Analog Devices for 30 years in various field and factory roles covering mixed-signal, precision, and RF products. He is currently focused on RF amplifiers and beamformer products for satcom and radar. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree in electronics from University of Limerick, Ireland, along with five patents.
Transceiver Applications Engineers
Oisín is a recent graduate from the University of Limerick, and has since joined the Multi-Market Platform Transceiver group in the Limerick base. Having focused largely on RADAR applications and Signal Processing throughout his education, it was a natural migration into the Transceiver group after his graduation.
Staff Applications Engineer
Larry Prestia is an applications engineer with the Central Applications Group specializing in RF and Microwave products. He has been with ADI since June2013. Previously he was with both new product development and test development for the RF and communications group of ADI. He has his Bachelors of Science in Engineering Technology from Northeastern University.