Brad Brannon Brad Brannon has been with Analog Devices for 37 years and is an experienced designer, test development engineer, applications engineer, system engineer and system architect. During this time he has focused on converter and attached products serving the wireless market where he has authored a number of application notes and articles. Brad's Amateur Radio callsign is KX4GF.
Padraig McDaid Padraig McDaid has been with Analog Devices for 12 years, now managing the Transceiver ORAN customer market engagement, having previously managed the Switch / Multiplexer and MEMS switch marketing departments. Prior to joining Analog Devices, Padraig worked in various RF design, applications and marketing roles, within multinational companies and small-to-medium size businesses. Padraig received his bachelor of engineering degree in EE from University of Limerick, Ireland, in 1998.

ADI’s Wideband Transceiver and 5G Open RAN Solutions

In partnership with Analog Devices

Webinar Overview

This webinar from Analog Devices reviews O-RAN activity (including RAN architecture) and provides an overview of their newest transceiver — the ADRV9029. This product is a 4T4R 200MHz transceiver with integrated Digital Pre-Distortion and Crest Factor Reduction. It provides a look at an O-RAN compliant 4T4R O-RU reference design platform with a 7.2 optical port (eCPRI). The radio unit includes a modular RF Front End to allow for fast prototyping of Band and Power variants.

In this webinar, learn about:

  • O-RAN activities and architecture
  • ADI's latest transceiver, the ADRV9029 with integrated 200MHz DPD and CFR
  • 4T4R O-RU reference design with modular front end for band and power variants
  • Power and performance characteristics of the transceiver and O-RU

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