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Looking for an RF transceiver design solution between 1GHz to 2GHz

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Hi Ti,

I'm looking for an RF transceiver design that operates between 1 to 2 GHz capable of wide band modulation and MIMO.  Please let me know if TI offers such transceiver, or components that can be connected together to design a custom transceiver.

Thanks,

JC

  • Hi Jin,

    On the modulator solution for downlink, you may take a look at the TRF3705, TRF3722, and TRF372017 solutions, which can support baseband input bandwidth of 900MHz to 1GHz of input.

    If you need higher bandwidth support, you may need to look at our RF sampling data converter solutions like the ADC32RF80 and DAC39RF80 family for uplink and downlink solution. Here is the web page that you may learn about our RF sampling data converters:
    www.ti.com/.../rf-sampling.html
    -Kang
  • In reply to Kang Hsia:

    Hi Kang,

    Thank you for the guidance.  Do you have transceiver reference design or app notes using TRF37XX modules you could share?

    Thanks,

    JC

  • In reply to Jin Chen80:

    Hi Jin,

    Here are a couple TIDAs:

    you may reference the following EVM:

  • In reply to Kang Hsia:

    Thank you so much.   Could you also recommend any base-band processor for these designs?

    Best,

    JC

  • In reply to Jin Chen80:

    Hi JC,
    Our customers typically use FPGA to interface to our data converters. Look for these reference designs/EVMs
    www.ti.com/.../TSW14J56EVM for Altera solution
    www.ti.com/.../TSW14J10EVM for Xilinx solution
    -Kang
  • In reply to Kang Hsia:

    Thank you!

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