Standardizing 3G Transceivers
Analog Devices released 3G transceiver ADF4602-1 - which will support the UMTS (universal mobile telecommunications system) standard required for wireless infrastructure equipment.
The transceiver will have an integrated direct conversion that will incorporate frequency synthesizers, filters and power management circuitry. The transceiver will allow coupling with mixed-signals and will work with ADL532x series drivers to create a complete UMTS radio.
The transceiver will have a single-ended input structure. This will reduce the interface design constraints and reduce the matching components required for small footprint single-ended duplexers.
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