This video showcases Analog Devices' Stingray analog and hybrid beam-forming RF development kit. The kit consists of 32 TR Modules (ADTR1107), arranged in a 10 GHz lattice spacing, and driven by 8 4-channel beam-former ICs (ADAR1000).
The translation loop topology is explained in this video by discussing the advantages, challenges and how to solve these challenging problems. The ADF4401A measurements are depicted to show practical results.
Analog Devices' Next Generation 5G mmW Signal Chain solutions are here! See a complete Bits-To-Beams system with the all new MxFE AD9082, ADMV1017 Microwave Up/Down Converter, and the ADMV4801, 16 Channel Analog Beamformer.
This video demonstrates how a fully-integrated bi-directional detector IC enables non-contact, material-sensing applications. Learn how fluid-level is easily measured using an RF transmission line as a sensor, along one edge of a storage tank.
The AD9546 incorporates digitized clocking technology that efficiently transports and distributes clock signals in systems. Digitized clocking allows the design of flexible and scalable clock transport systems with well controlled phase (time) alignment.
This video introduces a Keysight SystemVue workspace that allows users to simulate phased array systems. The workspace includes a behavioral model of Analog Devices' ADAR1000 X/Ku Beamformer IC along with a model of ADI's new ADTR1107 T/R Module.
The ADF5610 is Analog Devices' latest addition to their microwave synthesizer portfolio. Operating from 57 MHz to 14.6 GHz with RF performance tailored for todays most demanding applications, the ADF5610 delivers where it matters most.
The ADAR1000 is a 4-channel, X and Ku frequency band, beamforming core chip for phased arrays. This device operates in half-duplex between receive and transmit modes. This video takes you on an in-depth explanation and analysis of this product.