Analog Devices RadioVerse AD9375

The AD9375 Wideband Transceiver with DPD is a groundbreaker in the Analog Devices RadioVerse family. The deployment of small cell and Massive MIMO base stations is creating challenges for 4G and 5G network builds. However, where others see challenges, Analog Devices see opportunities and the AD9375 was developed with the challenges in mind.

Overcoming the challenges of building 4G and 5G networks requires seeing things differently.

The deployment of small sell and massive MIMO base stations in transitioning from 4G to 5G has put ever higher demands on system power, size, and cost.

With a deep understanding of customer business and technology pain points, ADI engineers anticipated power scaling issues facing 4G and 5G wireless communications – and saw opportunity where many saw obstacles.

ADI’s award-winning Wideband RF AD9371 Transceiver is the predecessor to the all-new AD9375 – the world’s first Wideband RF Transceiver with integrated digital pre-distortion.

DPD enables use of higher efficiency PAs to dramatically reduce system power consumption, to deliver unprecedented power savings, cost benefits, and scalability.

AD9375 integrated DPD offers 1/10th the power of FPGA-based solutions, reducing FPGA complexity and cost, while cutting serdes lanes by half to save interface power.

The AD9375 is the latest breakthrough in the ADI RadioVerse with a tested PA library, easy-to-use API evaluation kit and ADI Stellar Customer Support.

Customers can get the AD9375 in a proven small sell reference design – to get to the market faster.

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