Features and Benefits
- 51.0dBm OIP3 at 240MHz into a 100Ω Diff Load
- NF = 2.9dB at 240MHz
- 20MHz to 2060MHz –3dB Bandwidth
- 20.8dB Gain
- A-Grade 100% OIP3 Tested at 380MHz
- 0.6nV/√Hz Total Input Noise
- S11 < –10dB Up to 1.4GHz
- S22 < –10dB Up to 1.4GHz
- >2.75VP-P Linear Output Swing
- P1dB = 24.0dBm
- Insensitive to VCC Variation
- 100Ω Differential Gain-Block Operation
- Input/Output Internally Matched to 100Ω Diff
- Single 5V Supply
- DC Power = 850mW
- 4mm × 4mm, 24-Lead QFN Package
The LTC6430-20 is a differential gain block amplifier designed to drive high resolution, high speed ADCs with excellent linearity beyond 1000MHz and with low associated output noise. The LTC6430-20 operates from a single 5V power supply and consumes only 850mW.
In its differential configuration, the LTC6430-20 can directly drive the differential inputs of an ADC. Using 1:2 baluns, the device makes an excellent 50Ω wideband balanced amplifier. While using 1:1.33 baluns, the device creates a high fidelity 40MHz to 1000MHz 75Ω CATV amplifier.
The LTC6430-20 is designed for ease of use, requiring a minimum of support components. The device is internally matched to 100Ω differential source/load impedance. On-chip bias and temperature compensation ensure consistent performance over environmental changes.
The LTC6430-20 uses a high performance SiGe BiCMOS process for excellent repeatability compared with similar GaAs amplifiers. All A-grade LTC6430-20 devices are tested and guaranteed for OIP3 at 380MHz. The LTC6430-20 is housed in a 4mm × 4mm, 24-lead, QFN package with an exposed pad for thermal management and low inductance. A single-ended 50Ω IF gain block with similar performance is also available, see the related LTC6431-20.
- Differential ADC Driver
- Differential IF Amplifier
- OFDM Signal Chain Amplifier
- 50Ω Balanced IF Amplifier
- 75Ω CATV Amplifier
- 700MHz to 800MHz LTE Amplifier
- Low Phase Noise Clock or LO Amplifier
Product Lifecycle Recommended for New Designs
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Evaluation Kits (3)
Demonstration circuit 2078A is a 75Ω input and 75Ω output push-pull CATV amplifier featuring the LTC6430‑20. The LTC6430-20 has a power gain of 20.8dB and is part of the LTC6430-YY amplifier series.
Demonstration circuit 2076A-A features the LTC6430-20 differential ADC Driver/IF Amplifier. The LTC6430-20 has a power gain of 20.8dB and is part of the LTC6430-YY amplifier series.
Demonstration circuit 2076A-B features the LTC6430-20 differential ADC Driver/IF Amplifier. The LTC6430-20 has a power gain of 20.8dB and is part of the LTC6430-YY amplifier series.
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.
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