ADL5534 Gerber Files9/13/2011
Features and Benefits
- Fixed gain of 20 dB
- Operation up to 500 MHz
- Input/output internally matched to
- Integrated bias control circuit
- OIP3 of 40 dBm at 70 MHz
- P1dB of 20.4 dBm at 70 MHz
- Noise Figure of 2.5 dB at 70 MHz
- Temperature and power supply stable
- Single 5 V power supply
Product DetailsThe ADL5534 contains two broadband, fixed-gain, linear amplifiers and operates at frequencies up to 500 MHz. The device can be used in a wide variety of equipment, including cellular, satellite, broadband, and instrumentation equipment.
The ADL5534 has a fixed gain of 20 dB, which is stable over frequency, temperature, power supply, and from device-to-device. The amplifiers are single-ended and internally matched to 50 Ω. Only input/output ac-coupling capacitors, power supply decoupling capacitors, and an external bias inductor are required for operation of each amplifier
The ADL5534 is fabricated on a GaAs HBT process. The device is packaged in a 16-lead 5 mm × 5 mm LFCSP that uses an exposed paddle for excellent thermal impedance. The ADL5534 consumes 98 mA of current per amplifier on a single 5 V supply, and is fully specified for operation from −40°C to +85°C. A similar amplifier, ADL5531 (available from Analog Devices, Inc.) is the 20 dB gain single-channel version. Fully populated evaluation boards for both the ADL5531 and ADL5534 are available.
Product Lifecycle Recommended for New Designs
This product has been released to the market. The data sheet contains all final specifications and operating conditions. For new designs, ADI recommends utilization of these products.
Evaluation Kits (1)
ADL5534-EVALZ is a 4-layer, FR4-based evaluation board. For normal operation it requires a single 5 V/500 mA power supply. The 5 V power supply should be connected to the test loops labeled VPOS and GND. A jumper installed on the 2 pin header, W3, provides bias to amplifier B. Each amplifier maybe powered individually by removing the jumper from W3 and applying power and ground to the appropriate terminals of the 2 pin headers, W1 and W2. The two RF input signals are applied to the SMA connectors labeled IN1 and IN2. The RF output is available at the SMA connectors labeled OUT1 and OUT2.
Documentation & Resources
Thermal Management Calculations for RF Amplifiers in LFCSP and Flange Packages (Rev. 0)8/9/2019
AN-1389: Recommended Rework Procedure for the Lead Frame Chip Scale Package (LFCSP) (Rev. 0)1/25/2016
Thermal Management for Surface Mount Components General Application Note11/11/2015
AN-1234: Interfacing the ADL5534 Dual IF Gain Block to the AD9640 High Speed ADC (Rev. B)5/8/2013
AN-772: A Design and Manufacturing Guide for the Lead Frame Chip Scale Package (LFCSP)2/1/2006
Tools & Simulations
Sys-Parameter models contain behavioral parameters, such as P1dB, IP3, gain, noise figure and return loss, which describe nonlinear and linear characteristics of a device.
ADIsimRF is an easy-to-use RF signal chain calculator. Cascaded gain, noise, distortion and power consumption can be calculated, plotted and exported for signal chains with up to 50 stages. ADIsimRF also includes an extensive data base of device models for ADI’s RF and mixed signal components.
ADIsimPLL enables the rapid and reliable evaluation of new high performance PLL products from ADI. It is the most comprehensive PLL Synthesizer design and simulation tool available today. Simulations performed include all key non-linear effects that are significant in affecting PLL performance. ADIsimPLL removes at least one iteration from the design process, thereby speeding the design- to-market.
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