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The mixed signal front end (MxFE®) is a high integration devicewith a 16-bit, 12 GSPS maximum sample rate radio frequency (RF) digital-to-analog converter (DAC) core and a 12-bit, 4 GSPS rate RF analog-to-digital converter (ADC) core. The AD9081 features a 16-lane, 24.75 Gbps JESD204C or 15.5 Gbps JESD204B data transceiver port, an on-chip clock multiplier, and digital signal processing capability targeted at single-and dual-band direct-to-RF radio applications.
The AD9081 supports four transmitter channels and four receiver channels with a 4D4A configuration. The receiver ADC channels can be shared with observation channels in time division duplex(TDD) operating mode. The AD9081 directly addresses the emerging base station applications with high integration and common platform requirements. The device has flexible inter-polation/decimation configurations that enable direct-to-RF multiband radio applications. AD9081 supports a complex transmit input data rate up to 6 GSPS and a receive output data rate in single-channel mode up to 4 GSPS. The maximum radio band spacing supported in multichannel modes is 1.2 GHz. AD9081 features a bypassable interpolator and decimator for achieving ultra wideband capability with low latency loop back and frequency hopping modes targeted at phase array radar system and electronic warfare jammer applications.
For more information about the AD9081, contact Analog Devices, Inc., at: MxFEsupport [at] analog [dot] com.
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