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Transcript
FEATURES
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
2
ADC
TX1
POWER
DETECT
FILTER
TXNRX
2
ADC
RX2P,RX2N
TX2
POWER
DETECT
12
FILTER
D[11:0]
DATA
INTERFACE
FILTER
TX2P,TX2N
DAC
2
FILTER
DAC
DATA_CLK
DATA_VALID
FB_CLK
FILTER
DAC
TX1P,TX1N
GPO[3:0]
FILTER
DAC
2
ENAGC
GPO
LDOs
TEMP
SPI_x
SPI
CTRL
8
BBPLL,
RFPLL,
DATA_CLK,
SYNTH
DAC
ADC
DAC
REF_CLK
IN/OUT
XTALN
XTALP
4
CTRL_OUT CTRL_IN
[3:0]
[7:0]
AUXADCx
INPUTS
AUXDACx
OUTPUTS
08596-001
RX1P,
RX1N
FILTER
APPLICATIONS
AD9356
FILTER
RF transceiver with integrated 12-bit ADCs and DACs
Band: 2.3 GHz to 2.7 GHz
3.5 MHz < BW < 10 MHz
Superior receiver sensitivity with NF < 3.2 dB
Highly linear and spectrally pure transmitter
Tx EVM: −40 dB
SNR: >130 dB/Hz at frequency offset >8 MHz
Transmit (Tx) power control range of 58 dB,
resolution of 0.25 dB
Receive (Rx) gain control
Real-time monitor and control signals for manual gain
Autonomous automatic gain control (AGC)
Automatic frequency correction: <0.012 ppm
Integrated fractional-N synthesizer
Integrated phase noise: <0.4°rms
Multichip synchronization
Industry-standard JESD207 and ADI/Q digital interface
Figure 1.
WiMAX/BWA/WiBRO/LTE
Femtocell/picocell/microcell base stations
Fixed CPEs
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The AD9356 is a radio frequency (RF) transceiver with high
performance dual receivers and transmitters, ideally suited for
WiMAX, WiBRO, BWA, and LTE base stations and fixed CPEs.
The RF MxFE® combines an RF front end with a mixed-signal
baseband, enabling an easy-to-use JESD207 or ADI/Q® digital
interface to the baseband processor (BBP), ASIC, or FPGA. The
AD9356 operates in the 2.3 GHz to 2.7 GHz range, covering most
licensed and unlicensed bands, and supports channel bandwidths
of 3.5 MHz, 4.375 MHz, 5 MHz, 7 MHz, 8.75 MHz, and 10 MHz.
The direct-conversion receivers have state-of-the-art noise figure
and linearity and require no external components with the exception
of baluns. The complete RF subsystem integrates autonomous AGC
loops, dc offset corrections, and quadrature calibrations, eliminating the need for high speed interaction with the BBP.
Two high dynamic range ADCs, followed by decimation and
channel filters, digitize the received signals and produce 12-bit
output signals at a sample rate determined by the bandwidth
mode. The transmit path takes 12-bit input data and interpolates
before converting to the analog domain and upconverting to the
carrier frequency.
The highly linear transmit path has excellent spectral purity with
sideband noise less than −130 dBc/Hz at 8 MHz frequency offset
and offers an error vector magnitude (EVM) of −40 dB. An accurate
power detector with a range of more than 50 dB in 0.25 dB steps
measures the output power of each transmitter independently.
The reference frequency can be provided by an external reference
clock or by an internal digitally controlled crystal oscillator
(DCXO). The DCXO resolution is 0.012 ppm.
Using the built-in state machine to control the device, the AD9356
can be easily controlled in time division duplexing (TDD), halfduplex frequency division duplexing (HFDD), or, if two devices
are used, frequency division duplexing (FDD) mode.
One three-input internal auxiliary ADC and two auxiliary DACs
are available for system monitoring and control. A user-defined
state machine can automatically sequence four GPOs. A single 3.3 V
supply powers the device with on-chip low dropout linear voltage
regulators (LDOs) providing all other required supplies. The
AD9356 package is a 10 mm × 10 mm, 144-ball BGA.
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NOTES
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registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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