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RF ADI Transceiver Modeling

Model Analog Devices transceivers

Use RF Blockset™ Analog Devices® support software to simulate and verify agile RF transceiver designs. The models included in the support software are co-developed by MathWorks® and Analog Devices. The model values or parameters have been validated using lab measurements.

The AD9361 transceiver is an agile high-performance RF transceiver that transmits and receives wireless signals between 70 MHz to 6 GHz. The AD9371 transceiver is a highly integrated wideband RF transceiver offering channel transmitters and receivers, integrated synthesizers, and digital signal processing functions. The AD9371 transceiver operates from 300 MHz to 6000 MHz, covering most of the licensed and unlicensed cellular bands. The IC supports receiver bandwidths up to 100 MHz. It also supports observation receiver and transmit synthesis bandwidths up to 250 MHz to accommodate digital correction algorithms.

Use the Analog Devices AD9361 and AD9371 transceiver models to iterate and evaluate your designs before implementing them. Use the Analog Devices AD9361 and AD9371 transceiver testbenches to predict the impact of RF measurements on your test signals, import test vectors, and evaluate the effects of nonlinearity, noise, gain, phase imbalance, spectral leakage, and so on.


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