Analog Devices Inc. ADMV1013 Wideband Microwave Upconverters

Analog Devices ADMV1013 Wideband Microwave Upconverter is designed for point-to-point microwave radio designs operating in the 24GHz to 44GHz radio frequency range. The upconverter offers two modes of frequency translation. The device is capable of direct conversion to RF from baseband in-phase quadrature (I/Q) input signals, as well as single-sideband (SSB) upconversion from complex intermediate frequency (IF) inputs. Applications also include radar and electronic warfare systems, instrumentation, and automatic test equipment (ATE).

Features

  • 24GHz to 44GHz Wideband RF input frequency range
  • 2 upconversion modes
  • Direct conversion from baseband I/Q to RF
  • Single-sideband upconversion from real IF
  • Low-observation input frequency range of 5.4GHz to 10.25GHz
  • Low-observation quadruple for up to 41GHz
  • Matched 50Ω single-ended RF output and IF inputs
  • An option between matched 100Ω balanced or 50Ω single-ended low-observation inputs
  • 100Ω balanced baseband inputs
  • Sideband suppression and carrier feedthrough optimization
  • Variable attenuator for transceiver power control
  • Programmable via 4-wire Serial Peripheral Interface
  • 40-terminal land grid array package
  • Operates over the -40°C to +85°C case temperature range

Applications

  • Point-to-point microwave radios
  • Radar, electronic warfare systems
  • Instrumentation, automatic test equipment (ATE)

Block Diagram

Block Diagram - Analog Devices Inc. ADMV1013 Wideband Microwave Upconverters

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Publicado: 2019-02-18 | Atualizado: 2023-08-04