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Product category: Communications ICs (Wireless)
News Release from: Analog Devices | Subject: AD9352 and AD9353
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 12 October 2006

RF transceivers are ready for WiMAX
expansion

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The first two devices in a family of RF transceivers for WiMAX certified terminals will help lower the cost and drive the wide-scale deployment of broadband wireless access.

At the WiMAX World Conference, Analog Devices has demonstrated the first two devices in a family of RF (radio frequency) transceivers for WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) certified terminals that will help lower the cost and drive the wide-scale deployment of broadband wireless access Based on the 802.16 standard, WiMAX terminals provide wireless broadband connectivity and are low cost alternatives to wired solutions such as DSL and cable modems

Leveraging ADI's data conversion and RF signal processing expertise, the new transceivers integrate high-performance data convertors on chip and deliver outstanding RF performance, enabling a WiMAX terminal solution that meets the reduced cost requirements essential for high volume deployment.

Excellent RF performance ensures expanded coverage and improved service