Articles by Teledyne e2v

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Direct Microwave Conversion Capabilities Now Made Possible Deep Into the Ka-Band

Analog to digital converters (ADCs) are the critical downlink bridge between the electromagnetic world and that of advanced digital signal processing. Extending sampling frequencies and bandwidth capabilities of these system critical components into the higher microwave frequencies opens a myriad of opportunities for future communication engineers to advance the state-of-theart and to deliver greater flexibility in spectral usage.


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Smart Microwave Antennas are a Step Closer with Advanced Dual Beamforming DAC

A technical collaboration between Teledyne e2v, France, and Fraunhofer IIS, Germany, recently evaluated the performance of a four-channel digitally steered 2.4 GHz planar antenna system. In this, a pair of state-of-the-art, gigahertz capable, digitalto-analog converters (EV12DD700) featuring a slew of novel, on-chip digital beamforming controls delivered digital beam steering control. The aim - to gain further validation of Teledyne e2V’s advance towards microwave RF softwarization.


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K-Band Microwave DACs Driving Quantum Computing Technologies

As classical computer developments asymptotically approach fundamental computational speed limits, quantum computing has the potential to be hundreds of millions of times faster, at a fraction of equivalent development costs. This will occur only if quantum computer designers can ensure microwave signal-source Qubit drive capability that is accurate, synchronized, reliable, and consistent.


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Can deterministic digital phased array control be delivered over fiber?

Reporting progress at Teledyne e2v to replace copper with fiber as the physical transport layer, connecting data converters to digital signal processors. The goal is to substantially simplify high-throughput data converter interconnect to enable remotely positioned converters. Exploiting lightweight optical fiber is seen as the key here, opening microwave RF systems to future innovation.


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On the way to RF Softwarization, Teledyne e2v Data Converters Push Digital Signal Processing Boundaries with Direct Access to Ka Band

This article describes market disruptions currently faced by the space industry which may not only upend current commercial assumptions, but herald significant changes in the way that space-borne infrastructure is architected and operated in future. The hypothesis is that market forces and technology trends point to a necessary focus on substantially more flexible multi-mission platforms hereafter.


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Ease Design For Deterministic Latency In UltraFast Digitizing Systems

Discover how ultra-fast data conversion and signal processing systems can be designed to guarantee deterministic latency. Past efforts focused on increasing data transmission speeds and bandwidths but increasingly, modern applications now set an equally high value on determinism. This article considers determinism, at device level and expands on the topic of how ultra-fast data conversion and signal processing systems can be designed to guarantee deterministic latency.


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Making History: Advanced System in a Package Technologies Enable Direct RF Conversion

RF data conversion systems are experiencing rapid changes as ADC and DAC performance specifications and form factors, along with new sensor technologies (Rx & Tx), continue to advance. One system level design problem has been consistent throughout—balancing the implementation tradeoffs between the analog and digital circuitry for maximum software/system flexibility (from sensor to the digital processing units’ input/output).


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On the way to RF Softwarization, Teledyne e2v Data Converters Push Digital Signal Processing Boundaries with Direct Access to Ka-Band

The path toward fully software-defined satellites that deliver on-orbit reconfigurability and transponder re-use

Microwave RF softwarization in the Ka-band will upend satellite air interface design & deliver substantially more versatile platforms over the next decade. The disruptions impacting the space industry suggest the necessity of a development path towards fully software-defined satellites or SoftSats that deliver on-orbit reconfigurability and transponder re-use.


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