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Analog Devices introduce RF amplifier library models

22 Mar 2016

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Analog Devices launched an extensive RF amplifier library of Sys-Parameters models for Keysight Technologies, Genesys RF simulation and synthesis software. Genesys' RF and microwave simulation software tool performs interactive budget analysis of modulated RF specs such as error vector magnitude (EVM) and adjacent-channel power ratio (ACPR) performance for entire RF signal chains.

* Download a trial version of Keysight Genesys Softwarewhich contains ADI's Sys-Parameter library of RF amplifiers: www.keysight.com/find/eesof-genesys-info

* View ADI's broad portfolio of RF ICs: http://www.analog.com/rf

Keysight Sys-Parameters are RF system component behavioural parameters, such as amplifier P1dB, IP3, gain, noise figure and VSWR, which describe non-linear and linear characteristics in a spreadsheet format for use in simulation. The ADI Sys-Parameter library of almost 100 RF amplifiers range from gain blocks to power amplifiers covering frequencies from DC to 86GHz. These components serve applications such as wireless communications, test and measurement, and radar. RF system designers can quickly select off-the-shelf components and design RF signal chains accurately in one pass. ADI's Sys-Parameter model library is pre-installed in Release 2015.08 of Keysight Genesys. Updated versions of the library will be available for download from http://www.keysight.com and http://www.analog.com.




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