Analog Devices Inc. ADRV9026 Quad-Channel Wideband RF Transceiver

Analog Devices Inc. ADRV9026 Quad-Channel Wideband RF Transceiver is a highly integrated, agile transceiver offering four independently controlled transmitters. The ADRV9026 features dedicated observation receiver inputs for monitoring each transmitter channel. The device also has four independently controlled receivers, integrated synthesizers, and digital signal processing functions. This provides a complete transceiver solution. The device provides the performance demanded by cellular infrastructure applications, like small cell base station radios, macro 3G/4G/5G systems, and massive multiple in/multiple out (MIMO) base stations.


  • 4 differential transmitters
  • 4 differential receivers
  • 2 observation receivers with 2 inputs each
  • Center frequency: 650MHz to 6000MHz
  • Maximum receiver bandwidth: 200MHz
  • Maximum transmitter bandwidth: 200 MHz
  • Maximum transmitter synthesis bandwidth: 450MHz
  • Maximum observation receiver bandwidth: 450MHz
  • Fully integrated independent fractional-N radio frequency synthesizers
  • Fully integrated clock synthesizer
  • Multichip phase synchronization for all local oscillators and baseband clocks
  • Support for TDD and FDD applications
  • 16 Gbps JESD204B/JESD204C digital interface

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Block Diagram

Block Diagram - Analog Devices Inc. ADRV9026 Quad-Channel Wideband RF Transceiver
Published: 2019-12-03 | Updated: 2022-03-11