DVGAs enable basestation radio designs
Published time: 2019-12-19 00:01:00
The LMH6522 quad and LMH6521 dual digital variable-gain amplifiers (DVGA) provide superior linearity performance over a wide frequency range, making them an ideal solution for the most challenging multichannel wideband wireless systems. Target applications include IF sampling receivers, I/Q digital pre-distortion signal paths and wide-bandwidth direct-conversion radios used in multicarrier GSM, TD-SCDMA, W-CDMA, and LTE wireless basestations.They are optimize for driving a wide range of load impedances.
Key features of the LMH6522 include a OIP3 of 49 dBm at 200-MHz input frequency, precise 1-dB gain steps over a wide 31-dB range, and a noise figure of 8.5 dB at maximum gain. Features of the LMH6521 include an OIP3 of 48.5 dBm at 200-MHz input frequency, precise 0.5-dB gain steps over a wide 31.5-dB range, a channel gain/phase matching of ±0.04 dB/±0.45°, and a noise figure of 7.3 dB at maximum gain. The LMH6522 and LMH6521 are housed in 54-pin LLP and 32-pin LLP packages, respectively. (Ea/1,000: LMH6522, $$9.95; LMH6521, $6.15 — available now.)
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