Interfacing RF components
Few things are as critical to the success to any RF design as the interfacing of the stages within the receiver and transmitter. Harmonics, undesired attenuation, and other deficiencies can manifest themselves in a circuit in which the stages are not properly connected. This webcast will introduce the best practices that will help you get the most out of your RF circuit.
Topics to be covered in this presentation will include but are not limited to:
- RF Amplifier Interfacing.
- PLL output stage matching, narrowband and wideband.
- Interfacing PLL's to IQ Mod's, Demod's & Mixers .
- DAC Modulator Interfacing.
Who should attend?
Engineers that are involved in RF & Microwave design.
Ian Collins, RF Applications Engineer, Analog Devices
Ian Collins is an applications engineer who works with the RF components team within ADI in Limerick, Ireland. Ian joined Analog Devices in 2000 immediately after earning his BE (Elec Eng) at University College Cork. He participates in many aspects of RF applications, but in particular Phase Locked Loops (PLL's). In his spare time, he enjoys photography and drama.