Highly integrated and versatile RF ADCs support a large variety of system designs with their DSP feature sets. This webcast explores how these devices ease the system design complexities of today’s radio architectures. A typical customer’s design cycle using an Analog Devices ADC will be explored to show how each of the digital signal processing features are used to design system configurability into the design.

Attendees Will Learn:

  • Features of the AD9208/AD9689 for simplified system design
  • How digital down converters and filters are used to implement the frequency/system plan
  • Using numerically controlled oscillator syncing and switching for efficient multi-band RF design

Who Should Attend:

System, hardware, and software designers for the following markets: Wireless and wired communications, military and Aerospace (radar and communications), Instrumentation, healthcare, Automotive


Del Jones, Applications Engineering Manager, Analog Devices

Del Jones is an Applications Engineering Manager in the High Speed Portfolio team at Analog Devices. With over 35 years of experience in electronics, he has worked with FPGA and board design in Telecommunications and ADC, DAC, and high-speed interface applications in the Semiconductor industry. Del earned his BSEE from the University of Texas at Dallas.