How Digitally Tunable Filters Enable Wideband Receiver Applications
Brad Hall & David Maillox
In today’s multichannel, wide-band multi-octave tuning RF receivers, it is often necessary to eliminate unwanted blockers to preserve the fidelity of signals of interest. Filters have played an essential role in reducing these unwanted signals, particularly in the receiver RF front end and local oscillator (LO) portions of these systems. This article will explore filters within RF signal chains, discuss the concept of blocker signals, review traditional filtering technologies, and conclude with the latest product solutions for optimizing signal chain performance.
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