Electronic warfare

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Electronic warfare

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs enable your signal jammers, digital radio frequency memories (DRFMs), signal intelligence, communication intelligence and electronic countermeasures with low latency and wide bandwidth to quickly process a wide range of transmissions.

Design requirements

    Modern electronic warfare systems often require:

  • Wide-bandwidth digitizers that quickly intercept and counter incoming signals.
  • Low noise, low jitter clocks to allow precise synchronization of multiple channels.
  • Low-noise power to maintain proper signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).

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Type Title Date
Analog Design Journal Designing a modern power supply for RF sampling converters 25 May 2017
White paper Comparing the Merits of Integrated Power Modules versus Discrete Regulators (Rev. B) 21 Sep 2016
White paper Minimum Power Specifications for High-Performance ADC Power-Supply Designs 15 Apr 2016
Application note LDO Noise Demystified (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 10 May 2022
Application note Keystone Error Detection and Correction EDC ECC (Rev. A) 10 May 2022
Application note Clocking Optimization for RF Sampling Analog-to-Digital Converters (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 10 May 2022
White paper The Impact of Various PLL Parameters on System Perf 10 Dec 2011
White paper Multicore SoCs stay a step ahead of SoC FPGAs 08 Mar 2016
White paper Direct RF conversion: From vision to reality 05 May 2015

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