Prepare Winning Design Recipes with SoCs (.PDF Download)

Feb. 9, 2016

Systems-on-a-chip (SoCs) have become indispensable in today’s designs, powering applications ranging from cellular infrastructure and radar to test-and-measurement equipment, among many others. SoC types include highly integrated RF transceivers that combine RF, mixed-signal, and digital sections in a single device. Such devices, in some instances, can slash the amount of required external components and ultimately reduce costs...

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