Features and Benefits
- Ultralow SSB phase noise: −150 dBc/Hz typical
- Single-ended input/outputs
- Output power: −2 dBm typical
- Single supply operation: 3 V
- Ultrasmall, surface-mount, 2.90 mm × 2.80 mm, 6-lead SOT-23 package
HMC434-EP supports defense and aerospace applications (AQEC standard)
- Download the HMC434-EP data sheet (pdf)
- Military temperature range (−55°C to +105°C)
- Controlled manufacturing baseline
- One assembly/test site
- One fabrication site
- Enhanced product change notification
- Qualification data available on request
- V62/16609 DSCC Drawing Number
The HMC434 is a low noise, static, divide by 8 prescaler monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) utilizing indium gallium phosphide/gallium arsenide (InGaP/GaAs) heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBT) technology in an ultrasmall surface-mount 6-lead SOT-23 package.
The HMC434 operates from near dc (square wave) or 200 MHz (sine wave) to 8 GHz input frequency with a single 3 V dc supply.
The HMC434 features single-ended inputs and outputs for reduced component count and cost. The low additive single sideband (SSB) phase noise of −150 dBc/Hz at 100 kHz offset helps the user maintain optimal system noise performance.
- DC to C band PLL prescalers
- Very small aperture terminal (VSAT) radios
- Unlicensed national information infrastructure (UNII) and point to point radios
- IEEE 802.11a and high performance radio local area network (HiperLAN) WLAN
- Fiber optics
- Cellular/3G infrastructure
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 (2)
Demonstration circuit 1075B is a divide by 2/4/8 clock divider for use with high speed ADCs. Each assembly includes a clock divider followed by a re-timing stage used to produce sharp clock edges. Functionally, the DC1075B receives a high frequency sine wave which is attenuated and routed into the clock divider. The output of the clock divider is then routed to a D flip flop re-timing stage. This D flip flop is clocked by the original high frequency sine wave. This is critical to ensure signal integrity. The output of this re-timing stage is a CMOS signal suitable to be a clock source for high speed ADCs.
This circuit also is a model for designs involving FPGAs which serve as clock dividers. Whenever this is done, a D flip flop re-timing stage is required to ensure a low jitter clock signal.
Tools & Simulations
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Quality Documentation (4)
Tape & Reel Specification (1)
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