ADI Demonstrates Latest in 5G, Aerospace & Defense at EuMW

Analog Devices (ADI) is showcasing its latest innovations in 5G communications, instrumentation, aerospace and defense, and autonomous driving at the EuMW event in Paris this week. The exhibition is taking place from 1-3.

Here are some live demonstrations ADI is presenting at their booth:

  • New phased array prototyping system that reliably simulates phased array systems by using 4 to 8 digital wideband coherent channels to characterize arriving RF energy.
  • The next generation of ADI’s wideband frequency synthesizers for millimeter wave applications with state-of-the-art phase noise and small form factor with unprecedented frequency coverage up to 32 GHz and exceptionally low spurs to optimize 5G and phased array radar applications.
  • ADI’s innovative single-chip, 7.5 GHz vector signal generator that greatly simplifies signal generation while offering superior performance.
  • The brand new multichannel, mixed-signal front-end (MxFE) RF data converter platform that combines high performance analog and digital signal processing for a range of applications such as 4G LTE and 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) radios, phased array radar, electronic warfare systems, electronic test and measurement systems, and DOCSIS CMTS.

On October 2, Eamon Nash, the Product Applications Engineer Director at Analog Devices will be presenting a series of paper presentations at the Microwave Application seminars.

  • Phased Array System Design That Incorporates Component-Level Performance - Wednesday, October 2 (12:20 PM - 12:40 PM)
  • Assessing the Accuracy of Keysight Sys-Parameters and NI AWR Software VSS AMP_F Models - Wednesday, October 2 (3:40 PM-4:00 PM)

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