White Paper

Wideband Receiver For 5G, Instrumentation, And ADEF

By Brad Brannon, Steve Dorn, and Vandita Pai Raikar, ADI

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From the beginning, one of the biggest challenge to radio designers has been the limitations of bandwidth. Early on, our radio forefathers thought that frequencies above a few hundred kHz were of no value because of detector limitations. Pioneers like Branly, Fessenden, Marconi, and many others struggled with this, until Armstrong and Levy perfected heterodyning, opening higher frequencies of spectrum by downconverting to lower frequencies that detectors could adequately process with technology of the day. While higher frequencies were opened by the super-heterodyning process, the bandwidth was still relatively limited. Download the available white paper to read more.

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