Because of its programmability and wideband capability, the AD9361 RF agile transceiver by Analog Devices is particularly ideal for point-to-point communication systems, femtocell/picocell/microcell base stations, and in general-purpose radio systems. The device covers the 70 MHz to 6.0 GHz range and is comprised of integrated frequency synthesizers and an RF front end.
Vector Signal Transceivers combine a vector signal generator and a vector signal analyzer with FPGA based real time signal processing and control. The NI PXIe-5644R RF Vector Signal Transceiver from National Instruments offers operation in the 65 MHz to 6 GHz frequency range, 80 MHz instantaneous bandwidth, and 24 channels of high speed digital I/O up to 250 Mbit/s. It’s used to test wireless and cellular standards.
This VHF Data Transceiver operates in the 46.00 to 47.00 MHz frequency range and has an RF output power of >100mW. However, its unique architecture allows the transceiver to be modified to support other frequency ranges and RF output power requirements.
This UHF RF Data Transceiver operates in the 350 to 450 MHz frequency range, has a data rate up to 80 kbps, a 500 mA (@15.0 VDC) transmit current, a 135 mA (typical) receive current, -98 dBm (typical) sensitivity, an RF transmit power of 100 mW (typical), and more. The RF-U-3545-TR-2 UHF RF Data Transceiver measures in at 9.10” x 3.26” x 0.57”. Custom designs changes in size, data rates, frequencies, modulations, RF power output, etc. are available.