Tuesday, April 9, 2013

TI intros lowest-power AISG modem transceiver

USA: Texas Instruments Imc. (TI) introduced a fully-integrated, on-off keying modem transceiver that is compliant with the Antenna Interface Standards Group (AISG) v2.0 specification.

The SN65HVD62 provides a direction output, for easy control of half-duplex, RS-485 transceivers, such as the SN65HVD72, which is compatible with the 115-kbps signaling rate used in AISG networks. This combination provides the lowest-power link between the base station and multiple pieces of tower-mounted equipment.

The SN65HVD62EVM is available to evaluate the electrical parameter performance and features of the SN65HVD62 AISG on-off keying modem transceiver. It can be ordered today for $99.

The SN65HVD62 reduces power consumption by up to 50 percent compared to the competition. The transceiver modulates and demodulates signals between the logic (baseband) and a frequency suitable for long coaxial media such as AISG coaxial links between base station and tower- mounted equipment, tower-mounted amplifiers, remote electrical tilt units and control links on microwave towers.

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