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LMH6514SQE - 

Amplificador Variable/Programable, 1 Canales, 1 Amplificador, 600 MHz, -40 °C, 85 °C, 4V a 5.25V

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS LMH6514SQE

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Referencia del fabricante:
LMH6514SQE
Código Farnell:
1552443
Hoja de datos técnicos:
(EN)
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Información del producto

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4V a 5.25V
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-40°C
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1 Amplificador
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LLP
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1Canales
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85°C
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Individual
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600MHz
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16Pines
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Resumen del producto

The LMH6514SQE is a high performance digitally controlled Variable Gain Amplifier for use with IF sampling receivers. It combines precision gain control with a low noise, ultra-linear, differential amplifier. Typically, the LMH6514 drives a high performance ADC in a broad range of mixed signal and digital communication applications such as mobile radio and cellular base stations where automatic gain control (AGC) is required to increase system dynamic range. When used in conjunction with a high speed ADC, system dynamic range can be extended by up to 42dB. The LMH6514 has a differential input and output allowing large signal swings on a single 5V supply. It is designed to accept signals from RF elements and maintain a terminated impedance environment. The input impedance is 200R resistive. The output impedance is either 200 or 400R and is user selectable. Unique internal architecture allows use with both single ended and differential input signals.
  • On chip register gain setting
  • Fully differential signal path
  • Single ended to differential capable
  • Adjustable gain with a 42dB range
  • Precise 6.02dB gain steps
  • Parallel 3-bit gain control
  • 200R Input impedance
  • 26 to 38dB Maximum gain
  • 8.3dB Noise figure
  • 5ns Gain step switching time
  • 100mA Supply current
  • Green product and no Sb/Br

Aplicaciones

Procesado de Señal, Instrumentación y Medida, Imagen, Vídeo y Visión, Comunicaciones y Red