Wireless communication systems, warfare electronics, and RF instrumentation are a few sectors that use Wideband (WB) RF signal processing to provide industry-standard performance. Engineers demand high input bandwidth, dynamic range, low noise, high-speed data transfer, acquisition, and conversion in RF signal application systems.
The WB RF signal processing is handled by the systems supporting analog to digital conversion, digital to analog conversion, filtering, and signal synthesis. The main goal of RF signal processing is to enable Giga Samples Per Second (GSPS) data transfer rate, zero loss, good quality, and high-performance. As industries continue to demand uninterrupted communication and seamless connectivity, wideband RF signal processing systems continue to grow in importance.
Signal Conversion in WB RF Signal Processing
Advancements in signal conversion technology have restructured conventional RF communication systems. The advantage of modern RF converters is that the count of hardware components in the circuits is reduced, and high resolution, quality, and reconfigurability features are achieved. RF converters satisfy the size, weight, and power (SWaP) considerations and help to open unlimited possibilities in the data acquisition system.