At the heart of any communication system is a receiver– a modular system that allows one to detect, demodulate, and digitize signals with high selectivity, sensitivity, and linearity. Such a system can be broken down into easily digestible subsystems: RF Front end, Signal Conditioning, Frequency Conversion, LO generation, and Analog Front End. System level targets for dynamic range and sensitivity can drive decisions around frequency planning and the choice between frequency conversion stages versus direct conversion architectures. Selecting the appropriate architecture and subsystems, understanding how these subsystems work in isolation, and developing intuition about how they work with each other is the magic of receiver design! Join us for this webinar where we will discuss tradeoffs, frequency planning, and how to select hardware for a high dynamic range receiver.
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