Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create non-military land mobile radio designs with low-power transceivers over multiple carrier frequencies in multiple environments.
- Low-power, high-speed radio frequency (RF) signal chains for flexible architecture and extended battery life.
- Ultra-low phase noise clocks for superior signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) through the analog front end.
- Low-noise and high-efficiency power for high sensitivity.
Non-military land mobile radio systems often require:
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