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IMS 2014: The Preparation

Jonathan Harris
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6/30/2014 8:51:24 AM
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RE: AD9525.
Yes, indeed yalanand, it would be very disappointing for things to mess up, especially on the first day .I learned my first year supporting the IMS show to bring along two of everything...funny how experience can be such a great teacher! :-)

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6/27/2014 7:00:26 AM
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RE: AD9525.
When preparing for anything you should have everything in order. It would be very disappointing to you if you mess things up on the first day and you want to exhibit your products to customers. It was very clever of you Jonathan to carry extra equipment just in case any problem occurred. The first day is always slow but it is also good for you to familiarize yourself with the other products being shown in other booths.

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samicksha
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6/26/2014 2:25:52 AM
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Re: AD9525
Thank's Jonharris, little more knowledge on the product will help in getting insight and education, Most of the countries are still working to deploy LTE this shall help them to create more stable and reliable device.

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6/25/2014 8:25:30 AM
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Re: AD9525
Thanks for the comment. Our clock team should have more information and application notes out for the AD9525 soon.

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samicksha
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6/25/2014 1:50:57 AM
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AD9525
Thanks for IMS2014 updates, i was reading about AD9525 and i realized this is  designed to support converter clock requirements for long-term evolution and when we talk about LTE we need to have something with low jitter performance which support application to deliver in almost real time. Waiting to see some sample results if possible.

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