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Meeting T3R4 requirements in TD-SCDMA handsets using the MAX2392

Posted: 28 Jun 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TD-SCDMA standard? mobile handsets? zero-IF receiver?

In the TD-SCDMA system specification, a subframe consists of seven regular slots and one special slot. The first regular slot (TS0) is always assigned to downlink, while the second regular slot (TS1) is for uplink. The special slot is allocated between TS0 and TS1 for downlink and uplink frequency synchronization and for providing a guard gap from downlink to uplink.

This application note provides techniques and guidelines for timing the MAX2392 setting changes to meet T3R4 requirements in the TD-SCDMA standard.

Please view the PDF document for more information.

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