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Slick transfer

What’s the correct buffer amplifier for a high speed a/d converter? By Joe Dipilato, Dan Terlep and Tanja Hofner.

The ideal digital receiver signal processing chain is an antenna, filter, low noise amplifier and an a/d converter, followed by digital demodulation and signal processing. Whilst this may be some years off, communications receivers have steadily eliminated frequency conversion stages, whilst placing greater importance on the front end a/d converter.

Joe Dipilato, Dan Terlep and Tanja Hofner

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