Digital filters provide a meaningful way of controlling the input spectra of communication systems over a wide range of applications. They can filter harmonics or isolate frequency bands to prevent intersymbol interference while saving you from the hassle of part procurement, PCB layout, and variations that come with their analog counterpart.
Engineers from Analog Devices will be present at booth #131 of the 59th Annual AOC International Symposium & Convention to share electronic design experience and expertise on the development of receivers, transmitters, data converters and other subsystem necessities for advanced and efficient electronic defense systems
This article details performance measurements vs. predictions of a 16-channel S-band direct sampling receiver design. The design is based on recently released direct sampling analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) clocked at 4 GSPS and sampling in the second Nyquist zone of the converter.