HMC6380
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HMC6380

Wideband MMIC VCO with Buffer Amplifier 8.0 - 16.0 GHz

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Part Details
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Features
  • Wide Tuning Bandwidth
  • Pout: +6 dBm
  • Low SSB Phase Noise: -92 dBc/Hz @100 kHz
  • No External Resonator Needed
  • Single Positive Supply: +5V @ 75 mA
  • Ceramic Leadless SMT Package: 16 mm²
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The HMC6380LC4B is a wideband MMIC Voltage Controlled Oscillator which incorporates the resonator, negative resistance device, and varactor diode. Output power and phase noise performance are excellent over temperature due to the oscillator’s monolithic construction. The Vtune port accepts an analog tuning voltage from 0 to +23V. The HMC6380LC4B VCO operates from a single +5V supply, consumes only 75 mA of current, and is housed in a RoHS compliant SMT package. This wideband VCO uniquely combines the attributes of ultra small size, low phase noise, low power consumption, and wide tuning range.

Applications

  • Industrial/Medical Equipment
  • Measurement Equipment
  • Satcom
  • Military Radar, EW, & ECM
  • Part Models 3
    1ku List Price
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    Product Detail

    The circuit board used in the application should use RF circuit design techniques. signal lines should have 50 Ohm impedance while the package ground leads and exposed ground paddle should be connected directly to the ground plane similar to that shown. A sufficient number of via holes should be used to connect the top and bottom ground planes.

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