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0.5 dB LSB, 6-Bit, Silicon Digital Attenuator, 9 kHz to 40 GHz

0.5 dB LSB, 6-Bit, Silicon Digital Attenuator, 9 kHz to 40 GHzThe ADRF5720 is a silicon, 6-bit digital attenuator with 31.5 dB attenuation control range in 0.5 dB steps. This device operates from 9 kHz to 40 GHz with better than 4.5 dB of insertion loss and excellent attenuation accuracy. The ATTIN port of the ADRF5720 has a radio frequency (RF) input power handling capability of 27 dBm average and 30 dBm peak for all states.

Key Features

  • Ultrawideband frequency range:
    9 kHz to 40 GHz
  • Attenuation range:
    0.5 dB steps to 31.5 dB
  • Low insertion loss with impedance match

Applications

  • Industrial scanners
  • Test and instrumentation
  • Cellular infrastructure: 5G millimeter wave

ADRF5720 | Data Sheet

24 GHz, ISM Band, Multichannel FMCW Radar Transmitter

24 GHz, ISM Band, Multichannel FMCW Radar TransmitterThe ADF5902 is a 24 GHz transmitter (Tx) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) with an on-chip, 24 GHz voltage controlled oscillator (VCO). The VCO features a fractional-N frequency synthesizer with waveform generation capability with programmable grid array (PGA) and dual transmitter channels for radar systems.

Key Features

  • 24 GHz to 24.25 GHz VCO (industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) radio band)
  • 2-channel 24 GHz power amplifier with 8 dBm output
  • Single-ended outputs 2-channel muxed outputs with mute function

Applications

  • Automotive radars
  • Industrial radars
  • Microwave radar sensors

ADF5902 | Data Sheet

26.5 GHz, Integer N/Fractional-N, PLL Synthesizer

26.5 GHz, Integer N/Fractional-N, PLL SynthesizerThe ADF41513 is an ultralow noise frequency synthesizer that can be used to implement local oscillators (LOs) as high as 26.5 GHz in the upconversion and downconversion sections of wireless receivers and transmitters. It is designed on a high performance silicon geranium (SiGe), bipolar complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (BiCMOS) process, and it achieves a normalized phase noise floor of −235 dBc/Hz.

Key Features

  • 1 GHz to 26.5 GHz bandwidth
  • Ultralow noise PLL
  • Integer N = −235 dBc/Hz,
    fractional-N = −231 dBc/Hz

Applications

  • Test equipment and instrumentation
  • Wireless infrastructure
  • Microwave point-to-point and multipoint radios

ADF41513 | Data Sheet

Dual, 11-/16-Bit, 12.6 GSPS, RF DAC with Wideband Channelizers

Dual, 11-/16-Bit, 12.6 GSPS, RF DAC with Wideband ChannelizersThe AD9175 is a high performance, dual, 16-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC) that supports DAC sample rates up to 12.6 GSPS. The device features an 8-lane, 15.4 Gbps JESD204B data input port, a high performance, on-chip DAC clock multiplier, and digital signal processing capabilities targeted at single-band and multiband direct to radio frequency wireless applications.

Key Features

  • Supports multiband wireless applications
  • Proprietary, low spurious and distortion design
  • Flexible 8-lane, 15.4 Gbps JESD204B interface

Applications

  • Wireless communications infrastructure
    • Multiband base station radios
    • Microwave/E-band backhaul systems
  • Instrumentation, automatic test equipment (ATE)
  • Radars and jammers

AD9175 | Data Sheet

Dual, Simultaneous Sampling, 14‑Bit SAR ADC, Differential Inputs

Dual, Simultaneous Sampling, 14‑Bit SAR ADC, Differential InputsThe AD7381 is a 14‑bit, pin-compatible, dual simultaneous sampling, high speed, low power, successive approximation register (SAR) analog-to-digital converter (ADC) that operates from a 3.0 V to 3.6 V power supply and features throughput rates up to 4 MSPS. The analog input type is differential, accepts a wide common-mode input voltage, and is sampled and converted on the falling edge of CS.

Key Features

  • 14-bit ADC
  • Dual simultaneous sampling
  • Fully differential analog inputs

Applications

  • Motor control position feedback
  • Motor control current sense
  • Sonar power quality

AD7381 | Data Sheet

6‑Channel, 14‑Bit, Current Output DAC with On-Chip Reference, SPI Interface

6‑Channel, 14‑Bit, Current Output DAC with On-Chip Reference, SPI Interface The AD5770R is a 6‑channel, 14‑bit resolution, low noise, programmable current output, digital-to-analog converter for photonics control applications. The device incorporates a 1.25 V, on-chip voltage reference, a 2.5 kΩ precision resistor for reference current generation, die temperature, output monitoring functions, a fault alarm, and reset functions.

Key Features

  • 6-channel, current output DAC
  • 14-bit resolution Programmable output current ranges
  • Channel 0: 0 mA to 300 mA, −60 mA to +300 mA, −60 mA to 0 mA
  • Channel 1: 0 mA to 140 mA, 0 mA to 250 mA
  • Channel 2: 0 mA to 55 mA, 0 mA to 150 mA
  • Channel 3, Channel 4, Channel 5: 0 mA to 45 mA, 0 mA to 100 mA
  • All current sourcing output ranges scale back by up to 0.5×

Applications

  • Photonics control
  • LED driver programmable current source
  • Current mode biasing

AD5770R | Data Sheet

3-Channel, Isolated Micropower Management Unit with Seven Digital Isolators

3-Channel, Isolated Micropower Management Unit with Seven Digital Isolators The ADP1031 is a high performance, isolated micropower management unit (PMU) that combines an isolated flyback dc-to-dc regulator, an inverting dc-to-dc regulator, and a buck dc-to-dc regulator, providing three isolated power rails. Additionally, the ADP1031 contains four, high speed, serial peripheral interface (SPI) isolation channels and three general-purpose isolators for channel-to-channel applications where low power dissipation and a small solution size are required.

Key Features

  • Wide input supply voltage range: 4.5 V to 60 V
  • Integrated flyback power
  • Generates isolated, independent bipolar outputs and factory programmable buck output
  • VOUT1: 21 V, 24 V, or 6 V to 28 V
  • VOUT2: 5.15 V, 5.0 V, or 3.3 V
  • VOUT3: −24 V to −5 V

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