BBI

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AcronymDefinition
BBIBlockbuster Inc. (stock symbol)
BBIBerlin Brandenburg International (Airport)
BBIBowman Birk Inhibitor (proteins)
BBIBurton Blatt Institute (Syracuse University; New York)
BBIBehavior-Based Interviewing
BBIBerlinetta Boxer Iniezione
BBIBroadband Interactive System
BBIBrowser Based Interface
BBIBabcock & Brown Infrastructure (Infrastructure)
BBIBelluard Bollwerk International (Fribourg, Switzerland)
BBIBroadband-Interactive
BBIBrowser-Based Interface
BBIBureau of Building Inspection (various locations)
BBIBasic Business Information
BBIBusiness to Business Internet (UK)
BBIBest Brains Inc.
BBIBritish Biocell International
BBIBank of Baroda India
BBIBlue Blanket Improv (San Francisco, CA)
BBIBhubaneswar, India - Bhubaneswar (Airport Code)
BBIBasic Board Industries AB (Sweden)
BBIBradford & Bingley International (banking; Santander Group)
BBIBlack Belt International (martial arts)
BBIBritish Bottlers' Institute (UK)
BBIBâtiment Bricolage Industrie (French: Building Supplies Industry; trade magazine)
BBIBernard Bimbeloterie Import (French: Bernard Import Knickknacks)
BBIBrachial–Brachial Index (incontinence)
BBIBerger Blanc Suisse International (French: White Swiss Shepherd International; Switzerland)
BBIBuffalo Bills Insider (football; New York)
BBIB'nai Brith International
BBIBarnstable Broadcasting, Inc. (Newton, MA)
BBIBlue Blaze Irregular (member of Buckaroo Banzai's World Wide Assistance Program)
BBIBroad Band Inverse (magnetic resonance)
BBIBresse Bourgogne Immobilier (French: Bresse Burgundy Real Estate)
BBIBand Busses, Inc.
BBIBritish Born Indian
BBIBaseband Interface
BBIBio-Behavioral Institute
BBIBiker Babes' Idol
BBIBi-Directional Backplane Interface (Nortel)
BBIBeanie Baby-Itis
BBIBroadcasting Foundation, Inc.
BBIBalanced Bridge Interferometer modulator (fiber optics)
BBIBonhomme Bâtiments Industriels (French: Bonhomme Industrial Buildings; Montélier, France)
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It is not practical to design a different ATE digital card for each generation of the DigRF interface, so we have developed the concept of protocol-aware solutions for ATE emulation of the baseband interface. Testing DigRF interfaces requires knowledge of the major features of the physical interface and anticipating the resulting protocol challenges.
Features include full integration, sensitivity performance of -88 dBm, [10.sup.-3]BER; full FCC compliance, a clean transmit output that climinates the need for extensive filtering, built-in autotune circuitry; full digital baseband interface; and it requires few external components.
Transmit covers the baseband interface to the driver amplifier, and receive includes the low-noise amplifier (LNA) back to the baseband interface.
Typically, this consists of an RF-to-baseband transceiver, which is primarily RF and analog, and a baseband interface chip that basically is digital and mixed signal.
It also provides selectable analog I/Q and digital baseband interfaces, which enables ease of implementation with multiple leading baseband offerings.
The new transceiver is built with a broad transmit tuning range, and multiple baseband interfaces, which SiGe said will allow equipment manufacturers to reduce cost and time-to-market thanks to the use of a proven RF chain for worldwide requirements.
The transceiver implements both very low IF (VLIF) and direct conversion receive (DCR) architecture and provides selectable analog I/Q and digital baseband interfaces. Additionally, VCOs and loop filters are integrated.