Single +5 V Supply
On-Chip /4 DQPSK Modulator
Modulator Bypass Analog Mode
Root-Raised Cosine Tx Filters, ␣ = 0.35
Two 10-Bit D/A Converters
4th Order Reconstruction Filters
Differential Analog Outputs
On-Chip Ramp Up/Down Power Control
On-Chip Tx Offset Calibration
Dual Mode Operation, Analog and Digital
Very Low Power Dissipation, 30 mW typical
Power Down Mode < 10 A
On-Chip Voltage Reference
American Digital Cellular Telephony
American Analog Cellular Telephony
CMOS, ADC /4 DQPSK
Baseband Transmit Port
The AD7011 is a complete low power, CMOS, π/4 DQPSK
modulator with single +5 V power supply. The part is designed
to perform the baseband conversion of I and Q transmit wave-
forms in accordance with the American Digital Cellular Tele-
phone system (TIA IS-54).
The on-chip π/4 Differential Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
(DQPSK) digital modulator, which includes the root raised
cosine filters, generates I and Q data in response to the transmit
data stream. The AD7011 also contains ramp control envelope
logic to shape the I and Q output waveforms when ramping up
or down at the beginning or end of a transmit burst.
Besides providing all the necessary logic to perform π/4 DQPSK
modulation, the part also provides reconstruction filters to
smooth the DAC outputs, providing continuous time analog
outputs. The AD7011 generates differential analog outputs for
both the I and Q signals.
As it is a necessity for all digital mobile systems to use the lowest
possible power, the device has transmit and receive power-down
options. The AD7011 is housed in a space efficient 24-pin
SSOP (Shrink Small Outline Package).
BIN (Q DATA)
Tx DATA (I DATA)
Tx CLK (FRAME)
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
π /4 DQPSK
BYPASS MODE1 MODE2
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