Digital Converter Family Gains Eight New Members

Nov. 1, 2001

The VersaCOMM family of reconfigurable digital converters performs digital filtering and frequency conversion for high-speed signal processing applications. Compatible with A/D and D/A converters, the new family is suitable for macro-, micro- and pico-cellular base station designs. Also, the digital converters are field-reconfigurable for multi-standard signals, including 2G and 3G cellular standards. Other applications include cellular E911 location service, wireless local loop, phased array antenna, digital video, communications test equipment, and ultrasound applications. VersaCOMM products combine the capabilities found in ASICs, FPGAs and DSPs. The family includes eight products: three digital receive signal processors (RSPs), two digital transmit signal processors (TSPs), and three quadrature digital upconversion/modulators (QDUCs). ANALOG DEVICES INC., Norwood, MA. (781) 329-4700.

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