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The ADA-1030 can be used as a frequency extender to enhance the frequency range of a <15 GHz synthesizer up to 30 GHz. Useful for lab testing, test and measurement, and prototype systems. It consists of an input buffer amplifier, doubler, and output buffer amplifier to provide a +16 dBm output (suitable for driving most mixers) from a 0-6 dBm input. In addition to operation as a module, it is suitable as a reference design for prototyping using only commercially available surface mount products.


The electrical specifications apply at TA=+25°C in a 50Ω system.

Parameter

INPUT

OUTPUT

Min

Typ.

Max

 

(GHz)

 (GHz)

 

 

 

Input (dBm) 2

 

 

 

 

 

F(in)

5.0 - 15.0

 

 

 0 - 6

 

Output Converted Power (dBm)

 

 

10.0 - 30.0

 

 

 

    2F(out)

      0 dBm Input Power

      2 dBm Input Power

      4 dBm Input Power

      6 dBm Input Power

 

12

 

+13

+14

+15

+16

 

Suppressions (dBc)

 

 

 

 

 

F(in) Fundamental

 

5.0 - 15.0

 

32

 

3F(out) Third Harmonic

 

15.0 - 30.0

 

27

 

Bias Requirements (mA) 1

 

 

 

 

 

Vd: +7 Volts DC

 

 

 

300

 

Vg: -0.15 Volts DC 3

 

 

 

0

 

Suppression is relative to doubled output power.  Isolation is defined as relative to the fundamental input power.

1 The positive bias is from +3 to +7 Volts and the negative bias is from -0.25 to ground. The higher positive bias voltage, the better 2F output   converted power will be, and the lower positive bias voltage, the better 1F, 3F harmonic suppression will be.

2 The higher input power the better 2F output power and the worse 1F/3F suppression will be, (see plot 2F Output Converted Power)

3 Suppression and current consumption will vary with negative bias voltage. Optimal performance is at approximately -0.15 V.

 

 

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ADA-1030 Multiplier Package Diagram

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