2200 MHz TO 2700 MHz, Dual-Balanced Mixer, LO Buffer, IF Amplifier, and RF Balun
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 incorporates 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 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 dB and can be used with a wide range of output impedances.
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 (approximately 300 μA) the circuit when desired.
The ADL5354 is fabricated using a BiCMOS high performance IC process. The device is available in a 6 mm × 6 mm, 36-lead LFCSP and operates over a −40°C to +85°C temperature range. An evaluation board is also available.
- Cellular base station receivers
- Transmit observation receivers
- Radio link downconverters
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ADL5354-EVALZ is a fully populated, 4-layer, Rogers 3003-based evaluation board. It requires a 5 V/350 mA or 3.3 V/200 mA power supply for normal operation. The power supply should be connected to the clip leads labeled VCC and GND. All signal ports are populated with edge-mounted SMA connectors. MAIN_IN and DIV_IN are the RF input ports of main and diversity channels. LO1_IN and LO2_IN are input ports for common local oscillators. LO2_IN is enabled when the LOSEL clip lead is logic low. LO1_IN is enabled when LOSEL is pulled to logic high. MAIN_OUTP and DIV_OUTN are the output ports configured for single-ended evaluation on each channel via a transformer. MAIN_OUTN and DIV_OUTP are provided for differential interface evaluation. Power down feature is available for power supply at or under 3.6 V.
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