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RF-sampling ADCs for multiband receivers

Robert Keller
steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
7/25/2018 4:23:54 PM
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Re: Why?
@EMCgenius---thank you for your constructive commentary on signal flow and nouns vs. verbs.

Aside from that---what do you think about the technical content in this blog? 

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EMCgenius
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7/25/2018 3:03:05 PM
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Why?
Why are the signal flows drawn backward? And why does Planet Analog not know the difference between comment the verb and comments the noun? Clicking on the first takes you to the second...

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jonharris0
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7/25/2018 8:51:19 AM
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Nice blog post!
This is a nice overview of the different Rx architectures with a good high level presentation of the different tradeoffs.  RF sampling ADCs and DACs have come along quite nicely over the last few years.  I'm excited to see where they go in the next few years.

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