Baseband unit (BBU)

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Baseband unit (BBU)

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create baseband units (BBUs) with signal integrity and low power while designing to 5G standards. Use the interactive system diagram below to design a system that is compatible with the latest processors/FPGAs and meets connectivity needs.

Design requirements:

Modern BBU designs require:

  • Network synchronization over packet-based fronthaul interface.
  • Best-in-class signal integrity for ever-increasing data rates.
  • Highly-efficient power management for high ambient temperature environments.

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Application note Precision Current Measurements on High-Voltage Power-Supply Rails (Rev. F) PDF | HTML 17 Oct 2022
Application note Enhancing the Computational Performance of the C2000™ Microcontroller Family (Rev. C) PDF | HTML 10 May 2022
Application note Optimizing Layout of the TPS54824 HotRod™ Package for Thermal Performance 16 Nov 2018
Application note TI Network Synchronizer Clock Value Adds in Communications and Industrial Applic 12 Apr 2018
Application note ITU-T G.8262 Compliance Test Results for the LMK05028 Digital PLL Network 10 Apr 2018
Analog Design Journal Understanding thermal-resistance specification of DC/DC convert. w/ MOSFETs 08 Jan 2018
White paper Design considerations of GaN devices for improving power converter efficiency 20 Nov 2017
White paper Analog advancements make waves in 5G communications 12 Aug 2016
White paper Overcurrent protection enables more efficient and reliable systems 16 May 2016
White paper Maximizing Multicore Efficiency with Navigator Runtime 23 Feb 2012
More literature TMS320C6671/72/74/78 High-Performance Multicore Fixed- and Floating-Point DSPs (Rev. B) 19 Apr 2011
More literature TMS320TCI6618: Doubling performance for 4G wireless base stations 10 Feb 2011
White paper KeyStone Memory Architecture White Paper (Rev. A) 21 Dec 2010
More literature TMS320TCI6616 Breakthrough Performance for Wireless Base Stations 04 Nov 2010
Application note CDCE62005 Phase Noise and Jitter Cleaning Performance 17 Nov 2008
Application note LVDS Multidrop Connections (Rev. A) 26 Feb 2002
Application note Low-Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS) Design Notes (Rev. A) 11 Oct 2000

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