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Manufacturer Introduction

Maxim Integrated Products established in 1983, is a global range of linearity, mixed-signal integrated circuits (IC) design, R & D and manufacturing leader.

Maxim Integrated Products has designed, developed, and manufactured analog, mixed-signal, high-frequency, and digital circuits that enable all four of these key interactions. In the last 23 years, Maxim has developed over 5,400 ICs—more than any other analog semiconductor company in the past 23 years. Maxim’s most popular products include data converters, interface circuits, RF wireless circuits, oscillators, battery management circuits, fiber optic transceivers, microcontrollers and operation amplifiers. A sampling of the applications that us Maxim’s integrated circuits includes consumer electronics, personal computers and peripherals, handheld electronics, wireless and fiber communications, test equipment, instrumentation, video displays, and automotive applications.

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Maxim profile

Empowering Design Innovation
Every day, electronic devices are becoming smarter with greater integration. Body sensors can monitor our health. Cars can drive themselves. Networked homes can power up when needed.


At Maxim Integrated, they’re solving engineering problems and empowering design innovation, enabling their customers to create products that shape their world. Their innovative and high-performance analog and mixed-signal products and technologies make systems smaller and smarter, with enhanced security and increased energy efficiency.

Building a Smarter Future
From their sensor platforms to their IC solutions for embedded security, power management, interface, communications, and much more, their technologies empower design innovation.

They help their customers:
1.Make cars safer and smarter
2.Build efficient datacenters for a multi-cloud world
3.Automate factories that maximize productivity
4.Deliver wearable solutions for a healthier world
5.Enhance mobile devices with high-quality audio, efficient power and battery management, and sophisticated sensors
6.Secure challenging embedded applications, while lowering power and enabling greater integration
7.Deliver the analog backbone for a wide variety of applications

Their Values
Since Maxim‘s founding in 1983, they’ve built a rich history and culture of innovation that rewards bold thinking, teamwork, personal growth, and community involvement.

Maxim is product portfolio consists of Power supply: Switching regulator, battery management, isolated power supply, linear regulator, power switch.

Applications

Consumer Electronics / Instrumentation / Communication / Network / Transportation / Automotive

Resources

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    Introduction All of Maxim's 2.4GHz to 6GHz highly integrated traceive include a high performance fractional-N synthesizer for generating the local oscillator (LO) signal. The fractional-N synthesizer generally coists of a phase locked loop with resolution as high as 20 bit, and integrated broadband voltage controlled oscillato (VCO's). The only additional components needed to generate the high performance LO are the reference input and passive loop filter. With the on-chip crystal oscillator, these traceive can support both crystal and TCXO reference. Traditional wireless data applicatio, such as Wi-Fi and WiMAX , use 20MHz and 40MHz reference input; therefore, most of the control software were designed with these default reference values. For applicatio that use different reference frequencies (i.e., 19.2MHz, 30.72MHz, etc.), use must bypass the graphical interface of the control software and enter the appropriate integer and fractional divider values directly into the register table for a given reference input frequency. This application note shows how to calculate the appropriate integer and fractional divider values for any desirable LO frequency and reference frequency. It tells the relatiohip between these two frequencies for five different Maxim RF traceive. The specific frequency synthesizer paramete and register bits used to control these paramete are also shown. Every section is supported by an example to show how the registe are set. RF Synthesizer Block Diagram The RF frequency synthesizer is a negative feedback control system which coists of a reference, phase frequency detector (PFD), charge pump, loop filter, voltage controlled oscillator (VCO), N counter, and RF output dividemultiplier (Figure 1). The high frequency VCO tracks the stable low frequency reference in frequency and phase by comparing the divided down VCO output to the reference input through the PFD. The output of the PFD is fed into the charge pump which then generates a current output proportional to the error. The current is converted into a voltage with the help of the loop filter, which then modulates the tune voltage of the VCO. Lastly to mitigate VCO pulling, there are usually multiplie and divide between the VCO output and LO input to the mixe.
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    Introduction Advancing Timekeeping Accuracy In 1999, Maxim Integrated introduced the DS32kHz, a 32.768kHz temperature-compeated crystal oscillator (TCXO), which was the industry's fit accurate timekeeping product for real-time clock (RTC) applicatio. The product boasted an accuracy of ±7.5ppm across the entire -40°C to +85°C industrial temperature range. By 2005, with the combination of innovative packaging technology and improved temperature seor capability, we introduced what would be coidered the industry’s most accurate RTC, the DS3231S, an extremely accurate I²C-integrated RTC/TCXO/crystal. The DS3231S featured a highly reliable and innovative package that incorporated a 32kHz tuning fork crystal into a standard 16-pin, 300-mil SO. This highly integrated device further enhanced timekeeping accuracy by providing a frequency accuracy of less than ±3.5ppm over the -40°C to +85°C temperature range. This accuracy is equivalent to less than ±0.3 seconds/day. In 2009, Maxim Integrated embarked on a goal to create a quantum leap in technology advancement by developing an RTC that would exceed the performance of the DS3231S, but provide it in a smaller package with lower cost, higher accuracy standards, and substantially more ruggedness. The culmination of this work is a product family based on microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology. The DS3231M ±5ppm, I²C RTC was fit introduced in 2010 with all the capability outlined in the company’s development goals. The device has a timekeeping accuracy of ±5ppm over all conditio including temperature, voltage, and aging. The design is extremely rugged, has achieved automotive AEC-Q100 certification, and can sustain extreme levels of mechanical shock and variable frequency vibration. Because of the extremely small size of the MEMS resonator, the device is packaged in a small 8-pin, 150-mil SO—something unattainable with tuning fork crystals.