High-Speed Converters Provide Direct Conversion at C-Band (.PDF Download)

High-speed digitizers have enabled significant improvements in military electronic systems by converting analog input signals to the digital realm, where advanced digital-signal-processing (DSP) techniques can be applied. In a receiver, analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) are positioned at the output of an intermediate-frequency (IF) amplifier, and have enabled direct sampling of those signals at L-band frequencies from 1 to 2 GHz. These high-speed data converters show little compromise in AC

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