SLRC400 - ICODE Reader IC

    NXP Semiconductors
    ICODE Reader IC, SOT287-1 Package, Standard Marking, IC'S Tube - DSC Bulk Pack more
    Parts: SLRC40001T/OFE,112more

    ADF7025: High Performance ISM Band Transceiver IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7025 is a low power, highly integrated FSK transceiver. It is designed for operation in the license-free ISM bands of 433 MHz, 862 MHz to 870 MHz, and 902 MHz to 928 MHz. The ADF7025 can be used for applications operating under the European ETSI EN300-220 or the North American FCC (Part 15) regulatory standards. The ADF7025 is intended for wideband, high data rate applications with deviation frequencies from 100 kHz to 750 kHz and data rates from 9.6 kbps to 384 kbps. A complete transceiver can be built using a small number of external discrete components, making the ADF7025 very suitable for price-sensitive and area-sensitive applications. <p>The ADF7025 transceiver is suitable for operation under FCC 15.247 Digital Modulation Specification characterized by large deviation frequencies. This allows up to 1Watt transmit power without the need to frequency hop, thereby significantly reducing protocol overhead. more
    Parts: ADF7025BCP, ADF7025BCPZ, ADF7025BCPZ-RL, EVAL-ADF7025DBZ1, ADF7025BCPZ-RL7more

    ADF7020: High Performance, ISM Band, FSK/ASK Transceiver IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7020 is a low power, low-IF transceiver designed for operation in the license-free ISM bands at 433MHz, 868MHz and 915MHz. It is suitable for circuit applications that meet either the European ETSI EN-300-220 or the North American FCC, Part 15.247 and 15.249 regulatory standards. It operates from a 2.3 V to 3.6V power supply with programmable output power from -16 to +13dBm in 0.3dBm steps. Its receiver sensitivity is -117.5dBm at 1kbits/s in FSK mode or -110.5dBm at 9.6kbits/s. Power consumption is 20mA in receive mode and 30mA in transmit mode (+10dBm output). <p>Other features include on-chip VCO (voltage controlled oscillator), Fractional-N PLL, on-chip 7-bit ADC (analog-to-digital converter), digital received signal strength indication (RSSI), temperature sensor and a patent pending fully automatic AFC loop. This allows the ADF7020 to be used with lower tolerance crystals. Its leakage current is < 1uA in power down mode. more
    Parts: ADF7020BCP, ADF7020BCPZ-RL7, ADF7020BCPZ-RL, EVAL-ADF7020DBZ2, EVAL-ADF7020DBZ1, EVAL-ADF7020DBZ3, ADF7020-11BCPZ-RL, ADF7020-11BCPZ-RL7, ADF7020BCPZmore

    ADF7021: High Performance Narrow-Band Transceiver IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7021 is a low power, highly integrated 2FSK/3FSK/4FSK transceiver. It is designed to operate in the narrow-band, license-free ISM bands and licensed bands in the 80 MHz to 650 MHz and 862 MHz to 940 MHz frequency ranges. It has both Gaussian and raised cosine data filtering options to improve spectral efficiency for narrow-band applications. <p>It is suitable for circuit applications targeted at European ETSI-EN 300-220, the Japanese ARIB STD-T67, the Chinese Short Range Device regulations, and the North American FCC Part 15, Part 90, and Part 95 regulatory standards. A complete transceiver can be built using a small number of external discrete components, making the ADF7021 very suitable for price-sensitive and area-sensitive applications. <p>The transmit section contains a voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) and a low noise fractional-N PLL with output resolution of <p>A low IF architecture is used in the receiver (100 kHz), minimizing power consumption and the external component count while avoiding interference problems at low frequencies. The IF filter has programmable bandwidths of 12.5 kHz, 18.75 kHz, and 25 kHz. The ADF7021 supports a wide variety of programmable features including Rx linearity, sensitivity, and IF bandwidth, allowing the user to trade off receiver sensitivity and selectivity against current consumption, depending on the application. The receiver also features a patent-pending automatic frequency control (AFC) loop with programmable pull-in range, allowing the PLL to track out the frequency error in the incoming signal. <p>An on-chip ADC provides readback of an integrated tempera¬ture sensor, an external analog input, the battery voltage, and the RSSI signal, which provides savings on an ADC in some applications. The temperature sensor is accurate to ±10°C over the full operating temperature range of −40°C to +85°C. This accuracy can be improved by doing a 1-point calibration at room temperature and storing the result in memory. more
    Parts: EVAL-ADF7021DBJZ, ADF7021BCPZ, EVAL-ADF7021DBZ5, ADF7021BCPZ-RL7, EVAL-ADF7021DBZ6, ADF7021BCPZ-RL, EVAL-ADF7021DB9Z, EVAL-ADF7021DBZ3, EVAL-ADF7021DBZ2more

    ADF7902: ISM Band FSK Receiver IC

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7902 is a low power UHF receiver. The device demodulates frequency shift keyed (FSK) signals with 34.8 kHz frequency deviation and at data rates of up to 2 kbps. There are eight specific RF channels ranging from 369.5 MHz to 395.9 MHz on which the receiver can operate. Each channel is selectable by configuring three digital control lines. The ADF7902 is designed for low power applications, consuming 18.5 mA (typical) during normal operation and 1 µA (maximum) in standby mode. more
    Parts: ADF7902BRUZ-RL7, ADF7902BRUZ-RL, ADF7902BRUZmore

    ADF7241: Low Power IEEE 802.15.4 Zero-IF 2.4 GHz Transceiver IC

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7241 is a highly integrated, low power, and high performance transceiver for operation in the global 2.4 GHz ISM band. It is designed with emphasis on flexibility, robustness, ease of use, and low current consumption. The IC supports the IEEE 802.15.4-2006 2.4 GHz PHY requirements in both packet and data streaming modes. With a minimum number of external components, it achieves compliance with the FCC CFR47 Part 15, ETSI EN 300 440 (Equipment Class 2), ETSI EN 300 328 (FHSS, DR > 250 kbps), and ARIB STD T-66 standards. <p>The ADF7241 complies with the IEEE 802.15.4-2006 2.4 GHz PHY requirements with a fixed data rate of 250 kbps and DSSS-OQPSK modulation. The transmitter path of the ADF7241 is based on a direct closed-loop VCO modulation scheme using a low noise fractional-N RF frequency synthesizer. The automatically calibrated VCO operates at twice the fundamental frequency to reduce spurious emissions and avoid PA pulling effects. The bandwidth of the RF frequency synthesizer is automatically optimized for transmit and receive operations to achieve best phase noise, modulation quality, and synthesizer settling time performance. The transmitter output power is programmable from −20 dBm to +4 dBm with automatic PA ramping to meet transient spurious specifications. An integrated biasing and control circuit is available in the IC to significantly simplify the interface to external PAs. <p>For more information, please refer to the data sheet. <p>Applications Wireless sensor networks Automatic meter reading/smart metering Industrial wireless control Healthcare Wireless audio/video Consumer electronics ZigBee more
    Parts: EVAL-ADF7241DB1Z, ADF7241BCPZ-RL7, ADF7241BCPZmore

    Holt Integrated Circuits Datasheet: HI8588PSI10100

    Holt Integrated Circuits
    IC,ARINC,429,LINE,RCVR,EXT more
    Parts: HI8588PSI10100more

    ADF7021-N: High Performance Narrow-Band Transceiver IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7021-N is a high performance, low power, narrow-band transceiver based on the ADF7021. The ADF7021-N has IF filter bandwidths of 9 kHz, 13.5 kHz, and 18.5 kHz, making it ideally suited to worldwide narrowband standards and particularly those that stipulate 12.5 kHz channel separation. <p> It is designed to operate in the narrow-band, license-free ISM bands and in the licensed bands with frequency ranges of 80 MHz to 650 MHz and 842 MHz to 916 MHz. The part has both Gaussian and raised cosine transmit data filtering options to improve spectral efficiency for narrow-band applications. It is suitable for circuit applications targeted at the Japanese ARIB STD-T67, the European ETSI EN 300 220, the Korean short range device regulations, the Chinese short range device regulations, and the North American FCC Part 15, Part 90, and Part 95 regulatory standards. A complete transceiver can be built using a small number of external discrete components, making the ADF7021-N very suitable for price-sensitive and area-sensitive applications. <p>The range of on-chip FSK modulation and data filtering options allows users greater flexibility in their choice of modulation schemes while meeting the tight spectral efficiency requirements. The ADF7021-N also supports protocols that dynamically switch among 2FSK, 3FSK, and 4FSK to maximize communica-tion range and data throughput. <p>The transmit section contains two voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs) and a low noise fractional-N PLL with an output resolution of <p>The frequency-agile PLL allows the ADF7021-N to be used in frequency-hopping, spread spectrum (FHSS) systems. Both VCOs operate at twice the fundamental frequency to reduce spurious emissions and frequency pulling problems. <p>The transmitter output power is programmable in 63 steps from −16 dBm to +13 dBm and has an automatic power ramp control to prevent spectral splatter and help meet regulatory standards. The transceiver RF frequency, channel spacing, and modulation are programmable using a simple 3-wire interface. The device operates with a power supply range of 2.3 V to 3.6 V and can be powered down when not in use. <p> A low IF architecture is used in the receiver (100 kHz), which minimizes power consumption and the external component count yet avoids dc offset and flicker noise at low frequencies. The IF filter has programmable bandwidths of 9 kHz, 13.5 kHz, and 18.5 kHz. The ADF7021-N supports a wide variety of pro-grammable features including Rx linearity, sensitivity, and IF bandwidth, allowing the user to trade off receiver sensitivity and selectivity against current consumption, depending on the application. The receiver also features a patent-pending automatic frequency control (AFC) loop with programmable pull-in range that allows the PLL to track out the frequency error in the incoming signal. <p> The receiver achieves an image rejection performance of 56 dB using a patent-pending IR calibration scheme that does not require the use of an external RF source. <p> An on-chip ADC provides readback of the integrated tempera-ture sensor, external analog input, battery voltage, and RSSI signal, which provides savings on an ADC in some applications. The temperature sensor is accurate to ±10°C over the full oper-ating temperature range of −40°C to +85°C. This accuracy can be improved by performing a 1-point calibration at room temperature and storing the result in memory. more
    Parts: ADF7021-NBCPZ-RL7, EVAL-ADF7021-NDBZ2, ADF7021-NBCPZ-RL, ADF7021-NBCPZ, EVAL-ADF7021-NDB9Z, EVAL-ADF7021-NDBEZ, EVAL-ADF7021-NDBIZ, EVAL-ADF7021-NDBZ5more

    ADF7021-V: High Performance,Narrow-Band Transceiver IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7021-V is a high performance, low power, narrow-band RF transceiver based on the ADF7021-N. The architecture of the ADF7021-V transceiver is similar to that of the ADF7021-N except that an external VCO is used by the on-chip RF synthesizer for applications that require improved phase noise performance. <p>The ADF7021-V is designed to operate in both the license-free ISM bands and in the licensed bands from 80 MHz to 960 MHz. <p>To minimize RF feedthrough and spurious emissions, the external VCO operates at 2x or 4x the desired RF frequency; the ADF7021-V supports a maximum VCO frequency operation of 1920 MHz. The 4x VCO operation is programmable by enabling an additional on-chip divide-by-2 outside the RF synthesizer loop and offers improved phase noise performance. <p>As with the ADF7021-N receiver, the IF filter bandwidths of 9 kHz, 13.5 kHz, and 18.5 kHz are supported, making the ADF7021-V ideally suited to worldwide narrow-band telemetry applications. <p>The part has both Gaussian and raised cosine transmit data filtering options to improve spectral efficiency for narrow-band applications. It is suitable for circuit applications targeted at the following: European ETSI EN 300 220 North American FCC Part 15, Part 90, and Part 95 Japanese ARIB STD-T67 Korean short-range device regulations Chinese short-range device regulations <p>A complete transceiver can be built using a small number of discrete external components, making the ADF7021-V very suitable for area-sensitive, high performance driven applications. <p>See data sheet for more information. <p>Applications Narrow-band, short range device (SRD) standards       ETSI EN 300 220       FCC Part 90 (meets       Emission Mask D requirements)       FCC Part 95       ARIB STD-T67 Wireless Metering Narrow-band wireless telemetry more
    Parts: ADF7021-VBCPZ-RL, EVAL-ADF7021-VDB2Z, ADF7021-VBCPZ, EVAL-ADF7021-VDB1Z, EVAL-ADF7021-VDB3Zmore

    ADF7020-1: High Performance, FSK/ASK Transceiver IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7020-1 is a low power, highly integrated FSK/GFSK/ASK/OOK/GOOK transceiver designed for operation in the low UHF and VHF bands. The ADF7020-1 uses an external VCO inductor which allows you to set the operating frequency anywhere between 135MHz and 650MHz. Typical range of the VCO is about 10% of the operating frequency. A complete transceiver can be built using a small number of external discrete components, making the ADF7020-1 very suitable for price-sensitive and area-sensitive applications. <p> The transmit section contains a VCO and low noise fractional-N PLL with output resolution of <p> The transmitter output power is programmable in 0.3 dB steps from −16 dBm to +13 dBm. The transceiver RF frequency, channel spacing, and modulation are programmable using a simple 3-wire interface. The device operates with a power supply range of 2.3 V to 3.6 V and can be powered down when not in use. <p> A low IF architecture is used in the receiver (200 kHz) minimizing power consumption and the external component count and avoiding interference problems at low frequencies. The ADF7020-1 supports a wide variety of programmable features including Rx linearity, sensitivity, and IF bandwidth, allowing the user to trade off receiver sensitivity and selectivity against current consumption, depending on the application. The receiver also features a patent-pending automatic frequency control (AFC) loop, allowing the PLL to track out the frequency error in the incoming signal. <p> An on-chip ADC provides readback of an integrated temperature sensor, an external analog input, the battery voltage, or the RSSI signal, which provides savings on an ADC in some applications. The temperature sensor is accurate to ±10°C over the full operating temperature range of −40°C to +85°C. This accuracy can be improved by doing a 1-point calibration at room temperature and storing the result in memory. more
    Parts: EVAL-ADF7020-1DBZ7, ADF7020-1BCPZ-RL, ADF7020-1BCPZ, EVAL-ADF7020-1DBZ5, EVAL-ADF7020-1DBZ8, EVAL-ADF7020-1DBZ4, EVAL-ADF7020-1DBZ6, ADF7020-1BCPZ-RL7more

    ADF7901: High Performance ISM Band 00K/FSK Transmitter IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7901 is a low power OOK/FSK UHF transmitter designed for use in RF remote control devices. The device is capable of Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) modulation on eight different channels, selectable by three external control lines. OOK modulation is performed by modulating the PA control line. <p> The on-chip VCO operates at 2x the output frequency. The divide by 2 at the output of the VCO reduces the amount of PA feedthrough. As a result of this, OOK modulation depths of greater than 50dB are easily achievable. <p> The FSK_ADJ and ASK_ADJ resistors can be adjusted in the system to optimize output power for each modulation scheme. An additional 1.5dB of output power is provided for the lower bank of channels to adjust for antenna performance. <p> The CE line allows the transmitter to be powered down completely. In this mode the leakage current is typically 0.1µA. more
    Parts: ADF7901BRUZ-RL, EVAL-ADF7901EBZ, ADF7901BRU, ADF7901BRU-REEL, ADF7901BRU-REEL7, ADF7901BRUZ-RL7, EVAL-ADF790XEBZ, ADF7901BRUZ-REEL7, ADF7901BRUZ-REEL, ADF7901BRUZmore

    ADF7242: Low-Power IEEE 802.15.4/proprietary FSK Zero-IF 2.4GHz Transceiver IC Preliminary Data Sheet (Rev. PrG)

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7242 is a highly integrated, low power, and high performance transceiver for operation in the global 2.4 GHz ISM band. It is designed with emphasis on flexibility, robustness, ease of use, and low current consumption. The IC supports the IEEE 802.15.4-2006 2.4 GHz PHY requirements as well as proprietary GFSK/ FSK/GMSK/MSK modulation schemes in both packet and data streaming modes. With a minimum number of external components, it achieves compliance with the FCC CFR47 Part 15, ETSI EN 300 440 (Equipment Class 2), ETSI EN 300 328 (FHSS, DR > 250 kbps), and ARIB STD T-66 standards. <p>The ADF7242 complies with the IEEE 802.15.4-2006 2.4 GHz PHY requirements with a fixed data rate of 250 kbps and DSSS-OQPSK modulation. With its support of GFSK/FSK/GMSK/MSK modulation schemes, the IC can operate over a wide range of data rates from 50 kbps to 2 Mbps and is, therefore, equally suitable for proprietary applications in the areas of smart metering, industrial control, home and building automation, and consumer electronics. In addition, the agile frequency synthesizer of the ADF7242, together with short turnaround times, facilitates the implementation of FHSS systems. <p>The transmitter path of the ADF7242 is based on a direct closed-loop VCO modulation scheme using a low noise fractional-N RF frequency synthesizer. The automatically calibrated VCO operates at twice the fundamental frequency to reduce spurious emissions and avoid PA pulling effects. The bandwidth of the RF frequency synthesizer is automatically optimized for transmit and receive operations to achieve optimum phase noise, modulation quality, and synthesizer settling time performance. The transmitter output power is programmable from −20 dBm to +4 dBm with automatic PA ramping to meet transient spurious specifications. An integrated biasing and control circuit is available in the IC to significantly simplify the interface to external PAs. <p>The receive path is based on a zero-IF architecture enabling very high blocking resilience and selectivity performance, which are critical performance metrics in interference dominated environments such as the 2.4 GHz band. In addition, the architecture does not suffer from any degradation of blocker rejection in the image channel, which is typically found in low IF receivers. In GFSK/FSK modes, the receiver features a high speed automatic frequency control (AFC) loop, which allows the frequency synthesizer to find and correct any frequency errors in the received packet. <p>The IC can operate with a supply voltage between 1.8 V and 3.6 V with very low power consumption in receive and transmit modes while maintaining its excellent RF performance, making it especially suitable for battery-powered systems. <p>The ADF7242 features a flexible dual-port RF interface that can be used with an external LNA and/or PA in addition to supporting switched antenna diversity. <p>The ADF7242 incorporates a very low power custom 8-bit processor that supports a number of transceiver management functions. These functions are handled by the two main modules of the processor; the radio controller and the packet manager. <p>See data sheet for additional information. <p>Applications Wireless sensor networks Automatic meter reading/Smart metering Industrial wireless control Healthcare Wireless audio / video Consumer electronics Zigbee more
    Parts: ADF7242BCPZ, EVAL-ADF7242DB1Z, ADF7242BCPZ-RLmore

    ADF7010: High Performance ISM Band ASK/FSK/GFSK Transmitter IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7010 is a low power OOK/ASK/FSK/GFSK UHF transmitter designed for use in ISM band systems. It contains an integrated VCO and sigma-delta fractional-N PLL. The output power, channel spacing, and output frequency are programmable with four 24-bit registers. The fractional-N PLL enables the user to select any channel frequency within the U.S. 902 MHz 928 MHz band, allowing the use of the ADF7010 in frequency hopping systems. <p> It is possible to choose from the four different modulation schemes: Binary or Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying (FSK/GFSK), Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK), or On/Off Keying (OOK). The device also features a crystal compensation register that can provide _1 ppm resolution in the output frequency. Indirect temperature compensation of the crystal can be accomplished inexpensively using this register. <p> Control of the four on-chip registers is via a simple 3-wire interface. The devices operate with a power supply ranging from 2.3 V to 3.6 V and can be powered down when not in use. more
    Parts: ADF7010BRUZ-REEL, ADF7010BRUZ-REEL7, ADF7010BRU, ADF7010BRU-REEL7, ADF7010BRUZ, ADF7010BRU-REELmore

    ADF7011: High Performance ISM Band ASK/FSK/GFSK Transmitter IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7011 is a low power OOK/ASK/FSK/GFSK UHF transmitter designed for use in ISM band systems. It contains and integrated VCO and sigma-delta fractional-N PLL. The output power, channel spacing, and output frequency are programmable with four 24-bit registers. The fractional-N PLL enables the user to select any channel frequency within the European 433 MHz and 868 MHz bands, allowing the use of the ADF7011 in frequency hopping systems. The fractional-N also allows the transmitter to operate in the less congested sub-bands of the 868 MHz to 870 MHz SRD band. <p> It is possible to choose from the four different modulation schemes: Binary or Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying (FSK/GFSK), Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK), or On/Off Keying (OOK). The device also features a crystal compensation register that can provide ±1 ppm resolution in the output frequency. Indirect temperature compensation of the crystal can be accomplished inexpensively using this register. <p> Control of the four on-chip registers is via a simple 3-wire interface. The devices operate with a power supply ranging from 2.3 V to 3.6 V and can be powered down when not in use. more
    Parts: ADF7011BRUZ-REEL7, ADF7011BRU, ADF7011BRUZ, ADF7011BRU-REEL, ADF7011BRU-REEL7, ADF7011BRUZ-RL7, ADF7011BRUZ-REEL, ADF7011BRUZ-RLmore

    LC72711W, LC72711LW: CMOS IC, Mobile FM Multiplex Broadcast (DARC) Receiver IC

    ON Semiconductor
    Mobile FM Multiplex Broadcast Demodulator (DARC) Receiver IC more
    Parts: LC72711LW-Emore

    ADF7023-J: High Performance, Low Power, ISM Band FSK/GFSK/MSK/GMSK Transceiver IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7023-J is a very low power, high performance, highly integrated 2FSK/GFSK/MSK/GMSK transceiver designed for operation in the 902 MHz to 958 MHz frequency band, which covers the ARIB Standard T96 band at 950 MHz. Data rates from 1 kbps to 300 kbps are supported. <p>The transmit RF synthesizer contains a VCO and a low noise fractional-N phase locked loop (PLL) with an output channel frequency resolution of 400 Hz. The VCO operates at twice the fundamental frequency to reduce spurious emissions. The receive and transmit synthesizer bandwidths are automatically, and independently, configured to achieve optimum phase noise, modulation quality, and settling time. The transmitter output power is programmable from −20 dBm to +13.5 dBm, with automatic PA ramping to meet transient spurious specifications. The part possesses both single-ended and differential PAs, which allow for Tx antenna diversity. <p> The receiver is exceptionally linear, achieving an IP3 specification of −12.2 dBm and −11.5 dBm at maximum gain and minimum gain, respectively, and an IP2 specification of 18.5 dBm and 27 dBm at maximum gain and minimum gain, respectively. The receiver achieves an interference blocking specification of 66 dB at a ±2 MHz offset and 74 dB at a ±10 MHz offset. Thus, the part is extremely resilient to the presence of interferers in spectrally noisy environments. The receiver features a novel, high speed, AFC loop, allowing the PLL to find and correct any RF frequency errors in the recovered packet. A patent pending image rejection calibration scheme is available by downloading the image rejection calibration firmware module to program RAM. The algorithm does not require the use of an external RF source nor does it require any user intervention once initiated. The results of the calibration can be stored in nonvolatile memory for use on subsequent power-ups of the transceiver. <p>See data sheet for additional information. <p>Applications Smart metering IEEE 802.15.4g Home automation Process and building control Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) Wireless healthcare more
    Parts: ADF7023-JBCPZ, EVAL-ADF7023-JDB1Z, EVAL-ADF7023-JDB2Z, ADF7023-JBCPZ-RL, EVAL-ADF7023-JDB3Zmore

    ADF7023: High Performance, Low Power, ISM Band FSK/GFSK/OOK/MSK/GMSK Transceiver IC Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF7023 is a very low power, high performance, highly integrated 2FSK/GFSK/OOK/MSK/GMSK transceiver designed for operation in the 862 MHz to 928 MHz and 431 MHz to 464 MHz frequency bands, which cover the worldwide license-free ISM bands at 433 MHz, 868 MHz, and 915 MHz. It is suitable for circuit applications that operate under the European ETSI EN300-220, the North American FCC (Part 15), the Chinese short-range wireless regulatory standards, or other similar regional standards. Data rates from 1 kbps to 300 kbps are supported. <p>The transmit RF synthesizer contains a VCO and a low noise fractional-N PLL with an output channel frequency resolution of 400 Hz. The VCO operates at 2x or 4x, the fundamental frequency to reduce spurious emissions. The receive and transmit synthesizer bandwidths are automatically, and independently, configured to achieve optimum phase noise, modulation quality, and settling time. The transmitter output power is programmable from −20 dBm to +13.5 dBm, with automatic PA ramping to meet transient spurious specifications. The part possesses both single-ended and differential PAs, which allows for Tx antenna diversity. <p>The receiver is exceptionally linear, achieving an IP3 specification of −12.2 dBm and −11.5 dBm at maximum gain and minimum gain, respectively, and an IP2 specification of 18.5 dBm and 27 dBm at maximum gain and minimum gain, respectively. The receiver achieves an interference blocking specification of 66 dB at ±2 MHz offset and 74 dB at ±10 MHz offset. Thus, the part is extremely resilient to the presence of interferers in spectrally noisy environments. The receiver features a novel, high speed, automatic frequency control (AFC) loop, allowing the PLL to find and correct any RF frequency errors in the recovered packet. <p>A patent pending, image rejection calibration scheme is available through a program download. The algorithm does not require the use of an external RF source nor does it require any user intervention once initiated. The results of the calibration can be stored in nonvolatile memory for use on subsequent power-ups of the transceiver. <p>See data sheet for additional information. <p>Applications Smart metering IEEE 802.15.4g Wireless MBUS Home automation Process and building control Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) Wireless healthcare more
    Parts: EVAL-ADF7023DB1Z, EVAL-ADF7023DB3Z, ADF7023BCPZ-RL7, ADF7023BCPZ-RL, EVAL-ADF7023DB4Z, ADF7023BCPZ, EVAL-ADF7023DB2Zmore

    LV5694P:Monolithic Linear IC For Car Audio Systems, Multi-Power Supply System IC

    ON Semiconductor
    Multi-Power Supply System IC for Car Audio Systems more
    Parts: LV5694P-Emore

    MAX8890: Integrated Cellular RF-Section Power-Management IC

    Maxim Integrated Products
    The MAX8890 is a power-management IC intended for cellular handsets using a single lithium-ion (Li+) cell battery with input voltages from +2.5V to +5.5V. The IC contains three identical, low-noise, low-dropout (LDO) linear regulators to provide all of the supply voltage requirements for the RF portion of the handset.<P>The first LDO is intended to power the transmitter, receiver, and synthesizer. The second LDO is intended to power the TCXO, and high-power voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs). The third LDO is intended to power the UHF offset VCO. more
    Parts: MAX8890ETCJJJ-T, MAX8890ETCAKM-T, MAX8890ETCJJJ+T, MAX8890ETCDDD+T, MAX8890ETCMMM, MAX8890ETCABK+T, MAX8890ETCAAA+T, MAX8890ETCABK+, MAX8890ETCAKM, MAX8890ETCDDD+, MAX8890ETCMMM-T, MAX8890ETCAAA-T, MAX8890ETCJJJ+, MAX8890ETCGGG-T, MAX8890ETCJJJ, MAX8890ETCGGG, MAX8890ETCAAA+, MAX8890ETCBBB, MAX8890ETCBBB-T, MAX8890ETCAAA, MAX8890ETCDDD, MAX8890ETCDDD-Tmore

    ADE8167: Power Line Communications Master Modem IC

    Analog Devices
    In an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) scenario, the ADE8167 IC provides the essential functions for a master modem; maintaining the network configuration and relaying messages between the utility back office and the slave modems associated with the energy meters. <p>The ADE8167 is a complete digital baseband processor IC which includes physical layer, data link layer and networking layer functionality. The ADE8167 includes a receive path 12-bit ADC and a transmit path digital demodulator to reduce the external analog front end component count. The ADE8167 UART communicates directly with a host microprocessor. The ADE8167 master modem IC is designed to work with the ADE8157 slave modem IC for a complete power-line communication system. <p> APPLICATIONS Power line modems for AMR/AMI systems more
    Parts: ADE8167ACPZ-01, ADE8167ACPZ-02, ADE8167ACPZRL-01, ADE8167ACPZRL-02more

    AD590: 2-Terminal IC Temperature Transducer Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The AD590 is a 2-terminal integrated circuit temperature trans-ducer that produces an output current proportional to absolute temperature. For supply voltages between 4 V and 30 V, the device acts as a high impedance, constant current regulator passing 1 µA/K. Laser trimming of the chip's thin-film resistors is used to calibrate the device to 298.2 µA output at 298.2 K (25°C). <p>The AD590 should be used in any temperature-sensing application below 150°C in which conventional electrical temperature sensors are currently employed. The inherent low cost of a monolithic integrated circuit combined with the elimination of support circuitry makes the AD590 an attractive alternative for many temperature measurement situations. Linearization circuitry, precision voltage amplifiers, resistance measuring circuitry, and cold junction compensation are not needed in applying the AD590. <p>In addition to temperature measurement, applications include temperature compensation or correction of discrete components, biasing proportional to absolute temperature, flow rate measure-ment, level detection of fluids and anemometry. The AD590 is available in die form, making it suitable for hybrid circuits and fast temperature measurements in protected environments. <p>The AD590 is particularly useful in remote sensing applications. The device is insensitive to voltage drops over long lines due to its high impedance current output. Any well-insulated twisted pair is sufficient for operation at hundreds of feet from the receiving circuitry. The output characteristics also make the AD590 easy to multiplex: the current can be switched by a CMOS multiplexer, or the supply voltage can be switched by a logic gate output.<p> Product Highlights The AD590 is a calibrated, 2-terminal temperature sensor requiring only a dc voltage supply (4 V to 30 V). Costly transmitters, filters, lead wire compensation, and lineari-zation circuits are all unnecessary in applying the device. State-of-the-art laser trimming at the wafer level in conjunction with extensive final testing ensures that AD590 units are easily interchangeable. Superior interface rejection occurs because the output is a current rather than a voltage. In addition, power requirements are low (1.5 mW @ 5 V @ 25°C). These features make the AD590 easy to apply as a remote sensor. The high output impedance (>10 MΩ) provides excellent rejection of supply voltage drift. For instance, changing the power supply from 5 V to 10 V results in only a 1 µA maximum current change, or 1°C equivalent error. The AD590 is electrically durable: it withstands a forward voltage of up to 44 V and a reverse voltage of 20 V. Therefore, supply irregularities or pin reversal does not damage the device. more
    Parts: 5962-8757104XA, AD590MH883B, AD590KRZ-RL, AD590KRZ, AD590KH/883B, AD590JH, AD590JF, AD590JR, AD590KR-REEL, 5962-8757102YA, AD590LF/883B, AD590KF/883B, AD590KR, 5962-8757103YA, AD590KFTINSYPRIS, AD590LH883B, AD590JF/883B, AD590KH883B, AD590JH883B, 5962-8757103XA, AD590KH, AD590JCHIPS, AD590MF883B, 5962-8757101XA, AD590LH, AD590MH/883B, 5962-8757104YA, 5962-8757101YA, AD590JCPZ-R5, AD590MH, AD590JCPZ-RL7, AD590KF883B, AD590MF/883B, AD590LF883B, AD590MHSOLDERTESTRAY, AD590KF, AD590LF, AD590LH/883B, AD590MF, AD590JH/883B, AD590KHHSDL3, 5962-8757102XA, AD590JF883B, AD590JRZmore

    AD8354: 1 MHz to 2.7 GHz RF Gain Block Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    <p>The AD8354 is a broadband, fixed-gain, linear amplifier that operates at frequencies from 1 MHz up to 2.7 GHz. It is intended for use in a wide variety of wireless devices, including cellular, broadband, CATV, and LMDS/MMDS applications. <p>By taking advantage of ADI's high performance, complementary Si bipolar process, these gain blocks provide excellent stability over process, temperature, and power supply. This amplifier is single-ended and internally matched to 50 Ω with a return loss of greater than 10 dB over the full operating frequency range. <p>The AD8354 provides linear output power of nearly 4.3 dBm with 20 dB of gain at 900 MHz when biased at 3 V and an external RF choke is connected between the power supply and the output pin. The dc supply current is 24 mA. At 900 MHz, the output third-order intercept (OIP3) is greater than 18 dBm; at 2.7 GHz, the OIP3 is 14 dBm. <p>The noise figure is 4.2 dB at 900 MHz. The reverse isolation (S12) is −33 dB at 900 MHz. <p>The AD8354 can also operate with a 5 V power supply; in which case, no external inductor is required. Under these conditions, the AD8354 delivers 4.88 dBm with 20 dB of gain at 900 MHz. The dc supply current is 26 mA. At 900 MHz, the OIP3 is greater than 19 dBm; at 2.7 GHz, the OIP3 is 15 dBm. The noise figure is 4.4 dB at 900 MHz. The reverse isolation (S12) is −33 dB. <p>The AD8354 is fabricated on ADI's proprietary, high performance, 25 GHz, Si complementary, bipolar IC process. The AD8354 is available in a chip scale package that uses an exposed paddle for excellent thermal impedance and low impedance electrical connection to ground. It operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range, and an evaluation board is also available. more
    Parts: AD8354ACP-R2, AD8354ACP-REEL7, AD8354-EVALZ, AD8354ACPZ-REEL7, AD8354-EVALmore

    IR3510: Hot-Swap N+1 Redundant XPhase Control IC

    International Rectifier
    The IR3508ZM Phase IC combined with any IR XPhase3 Control IC provides a full featured and flexible way to implement a power solution for the latest high performance CPUs and ASICs. more
    Parts: IR3508ZMTRPBF, IR3510MPBF, IR3510M, IR3510MTRPBFmore

    AD8353: 1 MHz to 2.7 GHz RF Gain Block Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    <p>The AD8353 is a broadband, fixed-gain, linear amplifier that operates at frequencies from 1 MHz up to 2.7 GHz. It is intended for use in a wide variety of wireless devices, including cellular, broadband, CATV, and LMDS/MMDS applications. <p>By taking advantage of ADI's high performance, complementary Si bipolar process, these gain blocks provide excellent stability over process, temperature, and power supply. This amplifier is single-ended and internally matched to 50 Ω with a return loss of greater than 10 dB over the full operating frequency range. <p>The AD8353 provides linear output power of 9 dBm with 20 dB of gain at 900 MHz when biased at 3 V and an external RF choke is connected between the power supply and the output pin. The dc supply current is 42 mA. At 900 MHz, the output third-order intercept (OIP3) is greater than 23 dBm and is 19 dBm at 2.7 GHz. <p>The noise figure is 5.3 dB at 900 MHz. The reverse isolation (S12) is −36 dB at 900 MHz and −30 dB at 2.7 GHz. <p>The AD8353 can also operate with a 5 V power supply; in which case, no external inductor is required. Under these conditions, the AD8353 delivers 8 dBm with 20 dB of gain at 900 MHz. The dc supply current is 42 mA. At 900 MHz, the OIP3 is greater than 22 dBm and is 19 dBm at 2.7 GHz. The noise figure is 5.6 dB at 900 MHz. The reverse isolation (S12) is −35 dB. <p>The AD8353 is fabricated on ADI's proprietary, high performance, 25 GHz, Si complementary, bipolar IC process. The AD8353 is available in a chip scale package that uses an exposed paddle for excellent thermal impedance and low impedance electrical connection to ground. It operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range, and an evaluation board is also available. more
    Parts: AD8353ACPZ-REEL7, AD8353ACP-REEL7, AD8353-EVALZ, AD8353EVAL, AD8353ACP-R2more

    AS3400, Active Noise Cancellation IC

    ams
    The AS3400 is a speaker driver with Ambient Noise Cancellation function for handsets, headphones or ear pieces. It is intended to improve quality of e.g. music listening, a phone conversation etc. by reducing background ambient noise. The fully analog implementation allows the lowest power consumption, lowest system BOM cost and most natural received voice enhancement otherwise difficult to achieve with DSP implementations. The device is designed to be easily applied to existing architectures.An internal OTP-ROM can be optionally used to store the microphones gain calibration settings. <p> The AS3400 can be used in different configurations for best trade-off of noise cancellation, required filtering functions and mechanical designs. The simpler feed-forward topology is used to effectively reduce low frequency background noise. The feed-back topology with either 1 or 2 filtering stages can be used to reduce noise for a larger frequency range, and to even implement transfer functions like speaker equalization, Baxandall equalization, high/low shelving filter and to set a predefined loop bandwidth.The filter loop is optimized by the user for specific handset electrical and mechanical designs by dimensioning simple R, C components. <p> Most handset implementations will make use of a single noise detecting microphone. Two microphones could be used to allow for increased flexibility of their location in the handset mechanical design. Using the bridged mode allows to even drive high impedance headsets. more
    Parts: AS3400-EQFPmore

    MAX3875: 2.5Gbps, Low-Power, +3.3V Clock Recovery and Data Retiming IC

    Maxim Integrated Products
    The MAX3875 is a compact, low-power clock recovery and data retiming IC for 2.488Gbps SDH/SONET applications. The fully integrated phase-locked loop recovers a synchronous clock signal from the serial NRZ data input, which is retimed by the recovered clock. Differential PECL-compatible outputs are provided for both clock and data signals, and an additional 2.488Gbps serial input is available for system loopback diagnostic testing. The device also includes a TTLcompatible loss-of-lock (LOL) monitor. more
    Parts: MAX3875EHJ-T, MAX3875EHJ, MAX3875E/Dmore

    MFRC522 - Contactless reader IC

    NXP Semiconductors
    The MFRC522 is a highly integrated reader/writer IC for contactless communication at 13.56 MHz. The MFRC522 reader supports ISO/IEC 14443 A/MIFARE mode.<p>The MFRC522's internal transmitter is able to drive a reader/writer antenna designed to communicate with ISO/IEC 14443 A/MIFARE cards and transponders without additional active circuitry. The receiver module provides a robust and efficient implementation for demodulating and decoding signals from ISO/IEC 14443 A/MIFARE compatible cards and transponders. The digital module manages the complete ISO/IEC 14443 A framing and error detection (parity and CRC) functionality.<p>The MFRC522 supports MF1xxS20, MF1xxS70 and MF1xxS50 products. The MFRC522 supports contactless communication and uses MIFARE higher transfer speeds up to 848 kBd in both directions.<p>The following host interfaces are provided:<p> * Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)<p> * Serial UART (similar to RS232 with voltage levels dependant on pin voltage supply)<p> * I2C-bus interface<p> more
    Parts: MFRC52201HN1,151, MFRC52201HN1,157more

    ADL5504: 450 MHz to 6000 MHz TruPwr Detector Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5504 is a TruPwr™ mean-responding (true rms) power detector for use in high frequency receiver and transmitter signal chains from 450 MHz to 6000 MHz. Requiring only a single supply between 2.5 V and 3.3 V, the detector draws less than 1.8 mA. The input is internally ac-coupled and has a nominal input impedance of 500 Ω. The rms output is a linear-responding dc voltage with a conversion gain of 1.87 V/V rms at 900 MHz. <p>The ADL5504 is a highly accurate, easy to use means of determining the rms of complex waveforms. It can be used for power measurements of both simple and complex waveforms but is particularly useful for measuring high crest factor (high peak-to-rms ratio) signals, such as W-CDMA, CDMA2000, WiMAX, WLAN, and LTE waveforms. <p>The on-chip modulation filter provides adequate averaging for most waveforms. For more complex waveforms, an external capacitor at the FLTR pin can be used for supplementary signal demodulation. An on-chip, 100 Ω series resistance at the output, combined with an external shunt capacitor, creates a low-pass filter response that reduces the residual ripple in the dc output voltage. <p>The ADL5504 offers excellent temperature stability across a 30 dB range and near 0 dB measurement error across temperature over the top portion of the dynamic range. In addition to its temperature stability, the ADL5504 offers low process variations that further reduce calibration complexity. <p>The power detector operates from −40°C to +85°C and is available in a 6-ball, 0.8 mm x 1.2 mm, wafer level chip scale package. It is fabricated on a high fT silicon BiCMOS process. <p>Applications Power measurement of W-CDMA, CDMA2000, QPSK-/QAM-based OFDM (LTE and WiMAX), and other complex modulation waveforms RF transmitter or receiver power measurement more
    Parts: ADL5504ACBZ-P2, ADL5504-EVALZ, ADL5504ACBZ-P7more

    ADL5566: 4.5 GHz Ultrahigh Dynamic Range, Dual Differential Amplifier Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5566 is a high performance, dual differential amplifier optimized for IF and dc applications. The amplifier offers low noise of 1.3 nV/√Hz and excellent distortion performance over a wide frequency range, making it an ideal driver for high speed 16-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). The ADL5566 is ideally suited for use in high performance, zero IF/complex IF receiver designs. In addition, this device has excellent low distortion for single-ended input drive applications. <p>The ADL5566 provides a gain of 16 dB. For the single-ended input configuration, the gain is reduced to 14 dB. Using two external series resistors for each amplifier expands the gain flexibility of the amplifier and allows for any gain selection from 0 dB to 16 dB for a differential input and 0 dB to 14 dB for a single-ended input. In addition, this device maintains low distortion down to output (VOCM) levels of 1.2 V providing an added capability for driving CMOS ADCs at ac levels up to 2 V p-p. <p>The quiescent current of the ADL5566, using a 3.3 V supply, is typically 70 mA per amplifier. When disabled, it consumes less than 3.5 mA per amplifier and has −25 dB of input-to-output isolation at 100 MHz. <p>The device is optimized for wideband, low distortion, and noise performance, giving it unprecedented performance for overall spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR). These attributes, together with its adjustable gain capability, make this device the amplifier of choice for driving a wide variety of ADCs, mixers, pin diode attenuators, SAW filters, and multi-element discrete devices. <p>Fabricated on an Analog Devices, Inc., high speed SiGe process, the ADL5566 is supplied in a compact 4 mm x 4 mm, 24-lead LFCSP package and operates over the −40°C to +85°C temperature range. more
    Parts: ADL5566-EVALZ, ADL5566ACPZ-R7more

    ADL5570: 2.3 GHz to 2.4 GHz WiMAX Power Amplifier Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5570 is a high linearity 2.3 GHz to 2.4 GHz power amplifier designed for WiMAX terminals using TDD operation at a duty cycle of 31%. With a gain of 29 dB and an output compression point of 31 dBm at 2.35 GHz, it can operate at an output power level up to 26 dBm while maintaining an EVM of ≤3% (OFDM 16 or 64 QAM) with a supply voltage of 3.5 V. PAE is 20% @ POUT = 25 dBm. <p> The ADL5570 RF input is matched on-chip and provides an input return loss of less than −10 dB. The open-collector output is externally matched with strip-line and external shunt capacitance. <p> The ADL5570 operates over a supply voltage range from 3.2 V to 4.2 V with a supply current of 440 mA burst rms when delivering 25 dBm (3.5 V supply). A low power mode is also available for operation at power levels of ≤10 dBm with optimized operating and quiescent currents of 100 mA and 70 mA, respectively. A standby mode is available that reduces the quiescent current to 1 mA, which is useful when a TDD terminal is receiving data. <p> The ADL5570 is fabricated in a GaAs HBT process and is packaged in a 4 mm x 4 mm, 16-lead, Pb-free RoHS-compliant LFCSP that uses an exposed paddle for excellent thermal impedance. It operates from −40°C to +85°C. <p> Applications WiMAX/WiBro mobile terminals <p>Data Sheet, Rev. 0, 6/07 more
    Parts: ADL5570-EVALZ, ADL5570ACPZ-R7more

    ADL5571: 2.5 GHz to 2.7 GHz WiMAX Power Amplifier Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5571 is a high linearity 2.5 GHz to 2.7 GHz power amplifier designed for WiMAX mobile terminals and CPEs using TDD operation at a duty cycle of 50% or lower. With a gain of 29 dB and an output compression point of 31 dBm, it can operate at an output power level up to 27 dBm while maintaining an EVM of =3% with a supply voltage of 5 V. PAE is 21% at P<sub>OUT</sub> = 25 dBm with a 3.3 V supply voltage. </p><p> The ADL5571 RF input is matched to provide an input return loss of better than 10 dB. The open-collector output is externally matched with a microstrip line and an external shunt capacitor. </p><p> The ADL5571 operates over a supply voltage range from 3.2 V to 5 V with a current of 450 mA burst rms when delivering 25 dBm (3.3 V supply). A standby mode is available that reduces the quiescent current to 9 mA, which is useful when a TDD terminal is receiving data. </p><p> The ADL5571 is fabricated in a GaAs HBT process and is packaged in a 4 mm × 4 mm, 16-lead, Pb-free, RoHS-compliant LFCSP that uses an exposed paddle for excellent thermal impedance. It operates from -40°C to +85°C. </p><p> <b>Applications</b><br> <li>WiMAX mobile terminals and CPEs </li></p> <p align="right"><small>Data Sheet, Rev. 0, 1/08 </small></p> more
    Parts: ADL5571ACPZ-R7, ADL5571-EVALZ, ADL5571more

    ADL5523: 400 MHz to 4000 MHz Low Noise Amplifier Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5523 is a high performance GaAs pHEMT low noise amplifier. It provides high gain and low noise figure for single-downconversion IF sampling receiver architectures as well as direct-downconversion receivers. <p>The ADL5523 provides a high level of integration by incorporating the active bias and the dc blocking capacitors, making it very easy to use while not sacrificing design flexibility. <p>The ADL5523 is easy to tune, requiring only a few external components. The device can support operation from 3 V to 5 V, and the current draw can be adjusted with the external bias resistor for applications requiring very low power consumption. <p>The ADL5523 comes in a compact, thermally enhanced, 3 mm x 3 mm LFCSP and operates over the temperature range of −40°C to +85°C. <p>A fully populated evaluation board is also available. more
    Parts: ADL5523ACPZ-R7, ADL5523-EVALZ, ADL5523ACPZ-WPmore

    ADL5501: 50 MHz to 6 GHz TruPwr Detector Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5501 is a mean-responding power detector for use in high frequency receiver and transmitter signal chains from 50 MHz to 6 GHz. It is easy to apply, requiring only a single supply between 2.7 V and 5.5 V and a power supply decoupling capacitor. The input is internally ac-coupled and has a nominal input impedance of 50 Ω. The output is a linear-responding dc voltage with a conversion gain of 6.3 V/V rms at 900 MHz. <p> The ADL5501 is intended for true power measurement of simple and complex waveforms. The device is particularly useful for measuring high crest factor (high peak-to-rms ratio) signals, such as CDMA-, CDMA2000-, W-CDMA-, and QPSK-/QAM-based OFDM waveforms. The on-chip modulation filter provides adequate averaging for most waveforms. <p> The on-chip, 100 Ω series resistance at the output, combined with an external shunt capacitor, creates a low-pass filter response that reduces the residual ripple in the dc output voltage. For more complex waveforms, an external capacitor at the FLTR pin can be used for supplementary signal demodulation. <p> The ADL5501 offers excellent temperature stability across a 30 dB range and near 0 dB measurement error across temperature over the top portion of the dynamic range. In addition to its temperature stability, the ADL5501 offers low process variations that further reduce calibration complexity. <p> The ADL5501 operates from −40°C to +85°C and is available in a small 6-lead SC-70 package. It is fabricated on a proprietary high fT silicon bipolar process. <p> Applications Measurement of CDMA-, CDMA2000-, W-CDMA-, and QPSK-/ QAM-based OFDM, and other complex modulation waveforms RF transmitter or receiver power measurement <p> Data Sheet, Rev. A, 10/07 more
    Parts: ADL5501-EVALZ, ADL5501AKSZ-R7, ADL5501AKSZ-R2more

    ADL5521: 400 MHz to 4000 MHz Low Noise Amplifier Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5521 is a high performance GaAs pHEMT low noise amplifier. It provides high gain and low noise figure for single-downconversion IF sampling receiver architectures as well as direct-downconversion receivers. <p>The ADL5521 provides a high level of integration by incorporating the active bias and dc blocking capacitors, making it very easy to use while not sacrificing design flexibility. <p>The ADL5521 is easy to tune, requiring only a few external components. The device can support operation from 3 V to 5 V, and the current draw can be adjusted with the external bias resistor for applications requiring low power consumption. <p>The ADL5521 comes in a compact, thermally enhanced, 3 mm x 3 mm LFCSP and operates over the temperature range of −40°C to +85°C. <p>A fully populated evaluation board is also available. more
    Parts: ADL5521ACPZ-WP, ADL5521ACPZ-R7, ADL5521-EVALZmore

    ADL5502: 450 MHz to 6000 MHz Crest Factor Detector Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5502 is a mean-responding (true rms) power detector in combination with an envelope detector to accurately determine the crest factor of a modulated signal. It can be used in high frequency receiver and transmitter signal chains from 450 MHz to 6 GHz with envelope bandwidths over 10 MHz. Requiring only a single supply between 2.5 V and 3.3 V, the detector draws less than 3 mA. The input is internally ac-coupled and has a nominal input impedance of 500 Ω. <p>The rms output is a linear-responding dc voltage with a conversion gain of 1.8 V/V rms at 900 MHz. The peak envelope output with a conversion gain of 1.2 V/V is toggled for peak hold with less than 1% output voltage droop in over 1 ms. <p>The ADL5502 is a highly accurate, easy to use means of determining the rms and peak to the average value of complex waveforms. It can be used for crest factor measurements of both simple and complex waveforms but is particularly useful for measuring high crest factor (high peak-to-rms ratio) signals, such as W-CDMA, CDMA2000, and QPSK-/QAM-based OFDM waveforms. The peak hold function allows the capture of short peaks in the envelope with lower sampling rate ADC's. <p>The crest factor detector operates from −40°C to +85°C and is available in an 8-ball, 1.5 mm x 1.5 mm wafer-level chip scale package. It is fabricated on a high fT silicon BiCMOS process. <p>Applications Power and envelope measurement of W-CDMA, CDMA2000, and QPSK-/QAM-based OFDM, and other complex modulation waveforms RF transmitter or receiver power and envelope measurement more
    Parts: ADL5502ACBZ-P7, ADL5502-EVALZ, ADL5502ACBZ-P2more

    ADL5505: 450 MHz to 6000 MHzTruPwr Detector

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5505 is a TruPwr™ mean-responding (true rms) power detector for use in high frequency receiver and transmitter signal chains from 450 MHz to 6000 MHz. Requiring only a single supply between 2.5 V and 3.3 V, the detector draws less than 1.8 mA. The input is internally ac-coupled and has a nominal input impedance of 500 Ω. The rms output is a linear-responding dc voltage with a conversion gain of 1.86 V/V rms at 900 MHz. <p>The ADL5505 is a highly accurate, easy to use means of determining the rms of complex waveforms. It can be used for power measurements of both simple and complex waveforms but is particularly useful for measuring high crest factor (high peak-to-rms ratio) signals, such as W-CDMA, CDMA2000, WiMAX, WLAN, and LTE waveforms. <p>The on-chip modulation filter provides adequate averaging for most waveforms. An on-chip, 100 Ω series resistance at the output, combined with an external shunt capacitor, creates a low-pass filter response that reduces the residual ripple in the dc output voltage. <p>The ADL5505 offers excellent temperature stability across a 30 dB range and near 0 dB measurement error across temperature over the top portion of the dynamic range. In addition to its temperature stability, the ADL5505 offers low process variations that further reduce calibration complexity. <p>The power detector operates from −40°C to +85°C and is available in an 4-ball, 0.8 mm x 0.8 mm wafer-level chip scale package. It is fabricated on a high fT silicon BiCMOS process. <p>Applications Power measurement of W-CDMA, CDMA2000, QPSK-/QAM-based OFDM (LTE and WiMAX), and other complex modulation waveforms RF transmitter or receiver power measurement more
    Parts: ADL5505-EVALZ, ADL5505ACBZ-P2, ADL5505ACBZ-P7more

    SEC1110/SEC1210: Smart Card Bridge to USB, SPI, and UART Interfaces

    Microchip Technology Inc
    Datasheet for part number(s): SEC1110-A5-02NC-TR more
    Parts: SEC1110-A5-02NC-TRmore

    ADL5500: 100 MHz to 6 GHz TruPwr™ Detector Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5500 is a mean-responding power detector for use in high frequency receiver and transmitter signal chains from 100 MHz to 6 GHz. It is easy to apply, requiring only a single supply between 2.7 V and 5.5 V and a power supply decoupling capacitor. The input is internally ac-coupled and has a nominal input impedance of 50 Ω. The output is a linear-responding dc voltage with a conversion gain of 6.4 V/V rms at 900 MHz. The on-chip, 1 kΩ series resistance at the output combined with an external shunt capacitor creates a low-pass filter response that reduces the residual ripple in the dc output voltage. The ADL5500 is intended for true power measurement of simple and complex waveforms. The device is particularly useful for measuring high crest factor (high peak-to-rms ratio) signals, such as CDMA2000, W-CDMA, and QPSK/QAM-based OFDM waveforms. <p>The ADL5500 offers excellent temperature stability with near 0 dB measurement error across temperature. The high accuracy range, centered around +3 dBm at 900 MHz, offers ±0.1 dB error from -40°C to +85°C and is available in a 4-ball, 1.0 mm x 1.0 mm wafer-level chip scale package. It is fabricated on a proprietary high fT silicon bipolar process. more
    Parts: ADL5500ACBZ-P3, ADL5500-EVALZ, ADL5500ACBZP2, ADL5500ACBZ-P2, ADL5500ACBZ-P7more

    MAX3875A: 2.5Gbps, Low-Power, +3.3V Clock Recovery and Data Retiming IC

    Maxim Integrated Products
    The MAX3875A is a compact, low-power clock recovery and data retiming IC for 2.488Gbps SDH/SONET applications. The fully integrated phase-locked loop recovers a synchronous clock signal from the serial NRZ data input, which is retimed by the recovered clock. Differential PECL-compatible outputs are provided for both clock and data signals, and an additional 2.488Gbps serial input is available for system loopback diagnostic testing. The device also includes a TTLcompatible loss-of-lock (LOL) monitor. more
    Parts: MAX3875AE/D, MAX3875AEHJ-T, MAX3875AEHJmore

    PTN3700 - 1.8 V simple mobile interface link bridge IC

    NXP Semiconductors
    High-resolution mobile phones\Portable applications with video display capability more
    Parts: PTN3700EV/G,118, PTN3700EV, PTN3700EV,518more

    ADF4602: Single-chip, Multi-band 3G Femtocell Transceiver Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADF4602 is a 3G transceiver integrated circuit (IC) offering unparalleled integration and feature set. The IC is ideally suited to high performance 3G femtocells providing cellular fixed mobile converged (FMC) services. With only a handful of external components, a full multiband transceiver is implemented. <p>UMTS Band 1 through Band 6 and Band 8 through Band 10 are supported in a single device. <p>The receiver is based on a direct conversion architecture. This architecture is the ideal choice for highly integrated wideband CDMA (WCDMA) receivers, reducing the bill of materials by fully integrating all interstage filtering. The front end includes three high performance, single-ended low noise amplifiers (LNAs), allowing the device to support tri-band applications. The single-ended input structure eases interface and reduces the matching components required for small footprint single-ended duplexers. The excellent device linearity achieves good performance with a large range of SAW and ceramic filter duplexers. <p>The integrated receive baseband filters offer selectable bandwidth, enabling the device to receive both WCDMA and GSM-EDGE radio signals. The selectable bandwidth filter, coupled with the multiband LNA input structure, allows GSM-EDGE signals to be monitored as part of a UMTS home basestation. <p>The transmitter uses an innovative direct conversion modulator that achieves high modulation accuracy with exceptionally low noise, eliminating the need for external transmit SAW filters. <p>The fully integrated phase lock loops (PLLs) provide high performance and low power fractional-N frequency synthesis for both receive and transmit sections. Special precautions have been taken to provide the isolation demanded by frequency division duplex (FDD) systems. All VCO and loop filter components are fully integrated. <p>The ADF4602 also contains on-chip low dropout voltage regulators (LDOs) to deliver regulated supply voltages to the functions on chip, with an input voltage of between 3.1 V and 3.6 V. <p>The IC is controlled via a standard 3-wire serial interface with advanced internal features allowing simple software programming. Comprehensive power-down modes are included to minimize power consumption in normal use. <p>Applications 3G home basestations (femtocells) more
    Parts: ADF4602BCPZ-RL, ADF4602BCPZmore

    TEA6849H - New In Car Entertainment car radio tuner IC with Precision Adjacent Channel Suppression (NICE-PACS)

    NXP Semiconductors
    The TEA6849H is a single IC with car radio tuner for AM, FM and Weather Band (WB) intended for microcontroller tuning with the I<sup>2</sup>C-bus. It provides the following functions: AM double conversion receiver for LW, MW and SW (31 m, 41 m and 49 m bands) with IF1 = 10.7 MHz and IF2 = 450 kHz,FM double conversion receiver with integrated image rejection for IF1 and for IF2 capable of selecting US FM, US weather, Europe FM, East Europe FM and Japan FM bands; fully integrated dynamic selectivity at 450 kHz FM IF2; FM demodulator with dynamic threshold extension; centre frequency alignment of IF2 selectivity via the I<sup>2</sup>C-bus,The tuning system includes VCO, crystal oscillator and PLL synthesizer on one chip. more
    Parts: TEA6849Hmore

    ADL5802: Dual Channel, High IP3, 100MHz to 6GHz Active Mixer Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5802 uses high linearity, double-balanced, active mixer cores with integrated LO buffer amplifiers to provide high dynamic range frequency conversion from 100 MHz to 6 GHz. The mixers benefit from a proprietary linearization architecture that provides enhanced input IP3 performance when subject to high input levels. A bias adjust feature allows the input linearity, SSB noise figure, and dc current to be optimized using a single control pin. The high input linearity allows the device to be used in demanding cellular applications where in-band blocking signals may otherwise result in degradation in dynamic performance. The balanced active mixer arrangement provides superb LO to RF and LO to IF leakage, typically better than −30 dBm. <p>The IF outputs are designed for a 200 Ω source impedance and provide a typical voltage conversion gain of 7.6 dB when loaded into a 200 Ω load. <p> The ADL5802 is fabricated using a SiGe high performance IC process. The device is available in a compact 4 mm x 4 mm, 24-lead LFCSP package and operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range. An evaluation board is also available. <p>Applications Cellular base station receivers Main and diversity receiver designs Radio link downconverters <p>Data Sheet, Rev 0, 11/2009 more
    Parts: ADL5802-EVALZ, ADL5802XCPZ-WP, ADL5802XCPZ-R7, ADL5802ACPZ-R7more

    ADE8157: Narrow-Band Power Line Communications Slave Modem IC

    Analog Devices
    The ADE8157 is a complete digital baseband processor IC that includes a physical layer (PHY), data link layer (DLL), and networking layer (NL). The ADE8157 includes a high performance receive path analog-to-digital converter (ADC) to reduce the external component count. An on-chip digital modulator creates the transmit signal for an external field effect transistor (FET) driver. The ADE8157 can communicate directly with an energy meter over the on-chip UART. The ADE8157 slave modem IC is designed to work with the ADE8165 master modem IC for a complete power line communication system. <p>In an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) system, the ADE8157 IC provides the essential functions of a slave modem, which enables energy meters to communicate over the power line. Each slave modem operates as a node in a mesh network. The mesh network is under the control of a single master modem. The ADE8165 IC provides the foundation for a master PLC modem. <p> APPLICATIONS Power line modems for AMR/AMI systems more
    Parts: ADE8157ACPZ-02, ADE8157ACPZRL-01, ADE8157ACPZRL-02, ADE8157ACPZ-01more

    ADL5354: 2200 MHz to 2700 MHz, Dual-Balanced Mixer, LO Buffer, IF Amplifier, and RF Balun

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5354 uses a highly linear, doubly balanced, passive mixer core along with integrated RF and local oscillator (LO) balancing circuitry to allow single-ended operation. The ADL5354 incor-porates the RF baluns, allowing for optimal performance over a 2200 MHz to 2700 MHz RF input frequency range. The balanced passive mixer arrangement provides good LO-to-RF leakage, typically better than −37 dBm, and excellent intermodulation performance. The balanced mixer core also provides extremely high input linearity, allowing the device to be used in demanding cellular applications where in-band blocking signals may other-wise result in the degradation of dynamic performance. A high linearity IF buffer amplifier follows the passive mixer core to yield a typical power conversion gain of 8 dB and can be used with a wide range of output impedances. <p>The ADL5354 provides two switched LO paths that can be used in time division duplex (TDD) applications where it is desirable to ping-pong between two local oscillators. LO current can be externally set using a resistor to minimize dc current commensurate with the desired level of performance. For low voltage applications, the ADL5354 is capable of operation at voltages as low as 3.3 V with substantially reduced current. For low voltage operation, an additional logic pin is provided to power down (~300 µA) the circuit when desired. <p>The ADL5354 is fabricated using a BiCMOS high performance IC process. The device is available in a 6 mm x 6 mm, 36-lead LFCSP and operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range. An evaluation board is also available. <p>Applications Cellular base station receivers Transmit observation receivers Radio link downconverters more
    Parts: ADL5354XCPZ-R21, ADL5354ACPZ-R2, ADL5354XCPZ-R71, ADL5354-EVALZ, ADL5354ACPZ-R7more

    ADL5350: LF to 4 GHz High Linearity Y-Mixer Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5350 is a high linearity, up-and-down converting mixer capable of operating over a broad input frequency range. It is well suited for demanding cellular base-station mixer designs that require high sensitivity and effective blocker immunity. Based on a GaAs pHEMT, single-ended mixer architecture, the ADL5350 provides excellent input linearity and low noise figure without the need for a high power level local oscillator (LO) drive. <p> In 850 MHz/900 MHz receive applications, the ADL5350 provides a typical conversion loss of only 6.8 dB. The integrated LO amplifier allows a low LO drive level, typically only 4 dBm for most applications. The input IP3 is typically greater than 25 dBm, with an input compression point of 19 dBm. The high input linearity of the ADL5350 makes the device an excellent mixer for communications systems that require high blocker immunity, such as GSM 850/900 and 800 MHz CDMA2000. At 2 GHz, a slightly greater supply current is required to obtain similar performance. <p> The single-ended broadband RF/IF port allows the device to be customized for a desired band of operation using simple external filter networks. The LO to RF isolation is based on the LO rejection of the RF port filter network. Greater isolation may be achieved by using higher order filter networks, as described in the Applications Information section of this data sheet. <p> The ADL5350 is fabricated on a GaAs pHEMT, high performance IC process. The ADL5350 is available in a 3 mm x 2 mm 8-lead LFCSP. It operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range. An evaluation board is also available. <p> Applications Cellular base station Point-to-point radio links RF instrumentation <p> Data Sheet, Rev. 0, 2/08 more
    Parts: ADL5350EVAL, ADL5350ACPZ-WP, ADL5350ACPZ-R2, ADL5350ACPZ-R7, ADL5350-EVALZmore

    ADL5353: 2200 MHz to 2700 MHz Balanced Mixer, LO Buffer, IF Amplifier, and RF Balun Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5353 uses a highly linear, doubly balanced passive mixer core along with integrated RF and local oscillator (LO) balancing circuitry to allow for single-ended operation. The ADL5353 incorporates an RF balun to provide optimal performance over a 2200 MHz to 2700 MHz input frequency range using high-side LO. The balanced passive mixer arrangement provides good LO-to-RF leakage, typically better than −36 dBm, and excellent intermodulation performance. <p>The balanced mixer core also provides extremely high input linearity, allowing the device to be used in demanding cellular applications where in-band blocking signals might otherwise result in the degradation of dynamic performance. A high linearity IF buffer amplifier follows the passive mixer core to yield a typical power conversion gain of 8.8 dB and can be used with a wide range of output impedances. <p>The ADL5353 provides two switched LO paths that can be used in TDD applications where it is desirable to rapidly switch between two local oscillators. LO current can be externally set using a resistor to minimize dc current commensurate with the desired level of performance. For low voltage applications, the ADL5353 is capable of operation at voltages down to 3.3 V with substantially reduced current. For low voltage operation, an additional logic pin is provided to power down ( <p>The ADL5353 is fabricated using a BiCMOS high performance IC process. The device is available in a 5 mm x 5 mm, 20-lead LFCSP and operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range. An evaluation board is also available. <p>Applications Cellular basestation receivers Transmit observation receivers Radio link downconverters more
    Parts: ADL5353ACPZ-R7, ADL5353ACPZ-WP, ADL5353XCPZ-R71, ADL5353-EVALZ, ADL5353XCPZ-WP1more

    ADL5363: 2300 MHz to 2900 MHz Balanced Mixer, LO Buffer and RF Balun Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The ADL5363 uses a highly linear, doubly balanced passive mixer core along with integrated RF and local oscillator (LO) balancing circuitry to allow for single-ended operation. The ADL5363 incorporates an RF balun to provide optimal performance over a 2300 MHz to 2900 MHz input frequency range. The balanced passive mixer arrangement provides good LO-to-RF leakage, typically better than −30 dBm, and excellent intermodulation performance. The balanced mixer core also provides extremely high input linearity, allowing the device to be used in demanding cellular applications where in-band blocking signals might otherwise result in the degradation of dynamic performance. <p>The ADL5363 provides two switched LO paths that can be used in TDD applications where it is desirable to rapidly switch between two local oscillators. LO current can be externally set using a resistor to minimize dc current commensurate with the desired level of performance. For low voltage applications, the ADL5363 is capable of operation at voltages down to 3.3 V with substantially reduced current. For low voltage operation, an additional logic pin is provided to power down ( <p>The ADL5363 is fabricated using a BiCMOS high performance IC process. The device is available in a 5 mm x 5 mm, 20-lead LFCSP and operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range. An evaluation board is also available. <p>Applications Cellular base station receivers Transmit observation receivers Radio link downconverters more
    Parts: ADL5363ACPZ-R7, ADL5363-EVALZmore

    AD8342: Active Receive Mixer LF to 3 GHz Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    The AD8342 is a high performance, broadband active mixer. It is well suited for demanding receive-channel applications that require wide bandwidth on all ports and very low intermodulation distortion and noise figure. <p>The AD8342 provides a typical conversion gain of 3.7 dB with an RF frequency of 238 MHz. The integrated LO driver presents a 50 Ω input impedance with a low LO drive level, helping to minimize the external component count. <p>The differential high impedance broadband RF port allows for easy interfacing to both active devices and passive filters. The RF input accepts input signals as large as 1.6 V p-p or 8 dBm (relative to 50 Ω) at P1dB. <p>The open-collector differential outputs provide excellent balance and can be used with a differential filter or IF amplifier, such as the AD8370, AD8375, AD8351, AD8352, or ADL5561. These outputs can also be converted to a single-ended signal using a matching network or a balun transformer. The outputs are capable of swinging 2 V p-p when biased to the VPOS supply rail. <p>The AD8342 is fabricated on an Analog Devices, Inc., proprietary, high performance SiGe IC process. The AD8342 is available in a 16-lead LFCSP. It operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range. An evaluation board is also available. <p>Applications Cellular base station receivers ISM receivers Radio links RF instrumentation more
    Parts: AD8342-EVALZ, AD8342ACPZ-WP, AD8342EVAL, AD8342-EVAL, AD8342ACPZ-REEL7, AD8342ACPZ-R2more

    AD8343: DC-to-2.5 GHz High IP3 Active Mixer Data Sheet

    Analog Devices
    <p> The AD8343 is a high-performance broadband active mixer. With wide bandwidth on all ports and very low intermodulation distortion, the AD8343 is well suited for demanding transmit applications or receive channel applications. <p> The AD8343 provides a typical conversion gain of 7 dB. The integrated LO driver supports a 50 Ω differential input impedance with low LO drive level, helping to minimize external component count. <p> The open-emitter differential inputs can be interfaced directly to a differential filter or driven through a balun (transformer) to provide a balanced drive from a single-ended source. <p> The open-collector differential outputs can be used to drive a differential IF signal interface or convert to a single-ended signal through the use of a matching network or transformer. When centered on the VPOS supply voltage, the outputs swing ±1 V. <p> The LO driver circuitry typically consumes 15 mA of current. Two external resistors are used to set the mixer core current for required performance, resulting in a total current of 20 mA to 60 mA. This corresponds to power consumption of 100 mW to 300 mW with a single 5 V supply. <p> The AD8343 is fabricated on Analog Devices, Inc.'s high-performance 25 GHz silicon bipolar IC process. The AD8343 is available in a 14-lead TSSOP package. It operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range. A device-populated evaluation board is available. <p> Applications Cellular base stations Wireless LAN Satellite converters SONET/SDH radio Radio links RF instrumentation more
    Parts: AD8343ARU-REEL7, AD8343ARUZ-REEL, AD8343ARUZ-REEL7, AD8343ARUZ, AD8343ARU-REEL, AD8343ARU, AD8343EVALmore

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