ADMV8913
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ADMV8913

X Band, Digitally Tunable, High-Pass and Low-Pass Filter

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Part Details
Features
  • Digitally tunable, lower and upper 3dB cutoff frequencies
  • Optimal wideband rejection: 35 dB
  • Single chip replacement for discrete filter banks
  • Compact 6 × 3 x 0.89 mm LGA package
  • One assembly/test site
  • One fabrication site

ADMV8913-EP supports defense and aerospace applications (AQEC standard)

  • Download ADMV8913-EP data sheet
  • Military temperature range (such as −55°C to +105°C)
  • See Data Sheet for more information
Additional Details
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The ADMV8913 is a fully monolithic microwave integrated circuit that that features a digitally selectable frequency of operation. The device has an integrated high-pass filter and an integrated low-pass filter, that allow a pass-band response within the 7 to 12 GHz frequency range.

The flexible architecture of the ADMV8913 allows for 3 dB cutoff frequency (f3dB) of the high-pass and the low-pass filter to be controlled independently. The digital logic control on each filter is 4 bits wide (16 states) and controls the on-chip reactive elements to adjust the f3dB. The typical insertion loss is 5 dB, and the wideband rejection is 35 dB, which is ideally suitable for minimizing system harmonics.

This tunable filter can be used as a smaller alternative to large switched filter banks and cavity tuned filters, and this device provides a dynamically adjustable solution in advanced communications applications.

Applications

  • Test and measurement equipment
  • Military radar and electronic warfare/electronic countermeasures
  • Satellite communications
  • Industrial and medical equipment

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Documentation

Documentation

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Software & Part Ecosystem

Software & Part Ecosystem

Evaluation Kit

Evaluation Kits 1

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EVAL-ADMV8913

Evaluating the ADMV8913 X Band, Digitally Tunable, High-Pass Filter and Low-Pass Filter

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EVAL-ADMV8913

Evaluating the ADMV8913 X Band, Digitally Tunable, High-Pass Filter and Low-Pass Filter

Evaluating the ADMV8913 X Band, Digitally Tunable, High-Pass Filter and Low-Pass Filter

Features and Benefits

  • Fully featured evaluation board for the ADMV8913 
  • On-board SDP-S connector for the SPI 
  • Evaluation using on-board LDO regulators powered by the USB ACE software interface for SPI control 

Product Detail

The ADMV8913-EVALZ is available for evaluating the ADMV8913 digitally tunable, high-pass filter (HPF) and low-pass filter (LPF). The ADMV8913-EVALZ incorporates the ADMV8913 chip, as well as a negative voltage generator, low dropout (LDO) regulators, and an interface to the EVAL-SDP-CS1Z (SDP-S) system demonstration platform (SDP) to allow simple and efficient evaluation. The negative voltage generator and LDO regulators allow the ADMV8913 to be powered by either the 5 V USB supply voltage from the PC via the SDP-S or by using two external power supplies.

The ADMV8913 is a fully monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) that features a digitally selectable frequency of operation. The chip has an integrated HPF followed by an integrated LPF that allows a pass-band response within the X band frequency range. The chip can be programmed using either the parallel logic interface or a 4-wire serial port interface (SPI). The SDP-S controller allows the user to interface with the ADMV8913 SPI through the Analog Devices, Inc., Analysis | Control | Evaluation (ACE) software.

For full details on the ADMV8913, see the ADMV8913 data sheet, which must be consulted in conjunction with the user guide when using the ADMV8913-EVALZ.

Tools & Simulations

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