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Development and Prospect of RS232 Programming Cable


RS232 Programming CableSince the 1990s, the rapid development of various wireless communication systems, the differences in radio communication standards, and the advancement of digital signal processing technology have made software radio technology and RS232 Programming Cable more and more people's attention, and it is expected to become the future of global communication. A new system for the network.

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According to the ideal structure, all signal processing tasks from RF to baseband of software radio station and RS232 Programming Cable are carried out in full digital form. Therefore, the RS232 Programming Cable is completely programmable, and its structure is reconfigurable and reproducible. However, because there is no A/D converter that can be applied to the radio frequency band, another subject that is being researched now is the digital RF front end of the software radio station and the RS232 Programming Cable, which is the key to full-band digitization.


Through the above introduction and analysis of RS232 Programming Cable , hope it helps you.

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