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Product category: Communications ICs (Wireless)
News Release from: Analog Devices | Subject: ADL537x and ADL532x
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 10 May 2006

Quadrature modulators have all bands
covered

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A family of five pin-compatible quadrature modulators together cover the 250MHz to 4GHz frequency range.

Analog Devices has extended its portfolio of radio frequency (RF) integrated circuits (ICs) with a family of five pin-compatible quadrature modulators that together cover the 250MHz to 4GHz frequency range, enabling wireless system engineers to standardise board designs across multiple operating bands and cellular standards Each of the five quadrature modulators is optimised for a specific frequency band, reducing the performance degradation that occurs when a single modulator is specified to handle the entire frequency bandwidth

Designed to convert complex modulation information - such as voice, digital data, or analogue video - from the baseband to the final RF output frequency, ADI's new quadrature modulators generate highly linear modulated RF signals at higher output levels.