'Software-Defined Radio' (SDR) is an attractive approach for mobile communication architectures in the development and evaluation phase for a rapid prototyping on a flexible platform. SDRs support a wide frequency range. However, for practical use in the field the HF properties are insufficient. The transmit power is limited to a 2-digit mW value. Dedicated filters are required for an effective suppression of out-of-band signals and to improve the noise figure of the receiver chain. Extending SDRs with application-specific RF-frontends achieves optimal RF performance in the field. 
 
TDD-FE5G88

TDD HF Frontend for C2X Applications

5850 ... 5925 MHz 802.11p 2 W RF power low RX noise figure

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PAR-RX

Dual Channel Receiver

DAB3 and DVB-T Passive Radar System ( PARASOL )

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Latest modification: 09.03.2020