Phase locked loops are one of the primary ways to generate radio
frequency energy on a particular channel, though they’re prone to
drift. Once a transceiver circuit has been on for some time, it might
start to lose its position. In some cases, substantial drift may
occur and this could start to completely block out communications in
a particular part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Even less serious
cases could still cause quality of service issues that slow down data
group of engineers in Rolling Meadows, Illinois have developed a way
to address these problems using a software defined radio module that
doesn’t resort to quartz crystal stimulation. Their device consists
of a phase
coherent SDR card that’s attached to a transceiver
circuit. Since it’s small enough to be integrated into almost any
kind of equipment, this device should prove extremely adaptable in a
wide range of situations.
instance, designers of industrial and commercial sensors might be
able to integrate a phase coherent SDR card into a wireless modem.
This is an attractive option for those who often have to configure
802.11n systems without the support of a traditional wired token
ring. Others may find that it’s a suitable solution for cases where
conventional analog transmissions have to be passed over a channel.
Since SDR circuits allow users to select whichever frequencies they’d
like, it’s very easy to find a place for silent AM or FM voice
on over to Epiq
Solutions at https://epiqsolutions.com to learn more
about the benefits of phase coherent SDR technology.
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