Wireless Telecommunication has changed the way we interact locally and globally, with the use of mobile phones, WiFi, and Bluetooth technologies.
To understand the characteristics of the required RF channels and help simulate and design wireless systems, designers utilize Channel Sounding techniques and RF Recording to test products with real-world signals.
Digitizers play an important role in resolving and efficiently processing the received information.
- Wide analog bandwidth for flexibility in selecting the IF bandwidth
- High speed sampling needed for signal bandwidth and low noise aliasing
- High spurious free dynamic range to resolve low level signals
- Digital down converter to reduce the sample frequency and increase signal to noise ratio
- Decimation filtering for improved ENOB
- Open FPGA for custom real-time digital signal processing
- High data transfer rate is needed to support fast post-processing
- ADQ7WB Digitizer
12 Bit two channel 5 GSPS/Channel with a 6.5GHz analog bandwidth.
- ADQ7DC Digitizer
14 Bit one channel 10 GSPS or two channels at 5 GSPS/Channel with a 3GHz analog bandwidth.
- SDR14TX - Arbitrary Waveform Generator
14-bit two analog channel 2 GHz/Channel.
- FW2DDC - Digital Down-conversion Firmware
Analog input channels receive either RF signals or (using two channels) I and Q or two differential signals.
- For information about the optional firmware packages and development kit see here