Richardson RFPD Introduces New Modular SDR Development Kit

Richardson RFPD Introduces New Modular SDR Development Kit

Scalable small cell development kit; optimized for FDD-LTE Bands 14 and 28


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January 8, 2019 – Geneva, III.:

Richardson RFPD, Inc. announced today the availability and full design support capabilities for a new modular software-defined radio (SDR) kit.

The ADI-DPD-DEVKIT is a small cell development kit with a scalable RF front end board. It is optimized for FDD-LTE Bands 14 and 28 but scalable to other bands and configurations.

The new development kit is intended to reduce customer development time and risk. It consists of three boards (DE705, ADRV9375-W/PCBZ and EVAL-TPG-ZYNQ3), as well as documentation and support. Documentation includes a quick start guide to assist with recommended configuration and settings to the minimum performance specifications, as well as an operating manual for managing deeper edit functionality.


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Board / Part Number
Complete, scalable RF front-end evaluation platform for FDD operation of LTE Bands 14 and 28; Features a single-channel transmitter and a single-channel receiver with a swappable ceramic duplexer
Complete radio card platform containing Analog Devices’ AD9375 DPD with high efficiency RF power amplifier
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An ADI-DPD-DEVKIT datasheet is available, along with a slide deck that includes additional information.

To find more information, or to purchase this product today online, please visit the ADI-DPD-DEVKIT webpage. The development kit is also available by calling 1-800-737-6937 (within North America); or please find a local sales engineer (worldwide) at Local Sales Support. To learn about additional products from Richardson RFPD, please visit the Richardson RFPD storefront webpage.

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