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Part Number MAX262
Manufacturer Maxim Integrated
Title Microprocessor Programmable Universal Active Filters
Description The MAX260/MAX261/MAX262 CMOS dual secondorder universal switched-capacitor active filters allow microprocessor control of precise filter function...
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MAX260 : The MAX260/MAX261/MAX262 CMOS dual secondorder universal switched-capacitor active filters allow microprocessor control of precise filter functions. No external components are required for a variety of bandpass, lowpass, highpass, notch, and allpass configurations. Each device contains two second-order filter sections that place center frequency, Q, and filter operating mode under programmed control. An input clock, along with a 6-bit f0 program input, determine the filter's center or corner frequency without affecting other filter parameters. The filter Q is also programmed independently. Separate clock inputs for each filter section operate with either a crystal, RC network, or external cl.

MAX2601 : The MAX2601/MAX2602 are RF power transistors optimized for use in portable cellular and wireless equipment that operates from three NiCd/NiMH cells or one Li-Ion cell. These transistors deliver 1W of RF power from a 3.6V supply with efficiency of 58% when biased for constant-envelope applications (e.g., FM or FSK). For NADC (IS-54) operation, they deliver 29dBm with -28dBc ACPR from a 4.8V supply. The MAX2601 is a high-performance silicon bipolar RF power transistor. The MAX2602 includes a highperformance silicon bipolar RF power transistor, and a biasing diode that matches the thermal and process characteristics of the power transistor. This diode is used to create a bias network that accur.

MAX2602 : The MAX2601/MAX2602 are RF power transistors optimized for use in portable cellular and wireless equipment that operates from three NiCd/NiMH cells or one Li-Ion cell. These transistors deliver 1W of RF power from a 3.6V supply with efficiency of 58% when biased for constant-envelope applications (e.g., FM or FSK). For NADC (IS-54) operation, they deliver 29dBm with -28dBc ACPR from a 4.8V supply. The MAX2601 is a high-performance silicon bipolar RF power transistor. The MAX2602 includes a highperformance silicon bipolar RF power transistor, and a biasing diode that matches the thermal and process characteristics of the power transistor. This diode is used to create a bias network that accur.

MAX2605 : The MAX2605–MAX2609 are compact, high-performance intermediate-frequency (IF) voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) designed specifically for demanding portable wireless communication systems. They combine monolithic construction with low-noise, low-power operation in a tiny 6-pin SOT23 package. These low-noise VCOs feature an on-chip varactor and feedback capacitors that eliminate the need for external tuning elements, making the MAX2605–MAX2609 ideal for portable systems. Only an external inductor is required to set the oscillation frequency. In addition, an integrated differential output buffer is provided for driving a mixer or prescaler. The buffer output is capable of supplying up to -.

MAX2606 : The MAX2605–MAX2609 are compact, high-performance intermediate-frequency (IF) voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) designed specifically for demanding portable wireless communication systems. They combine monolithic construction with low-noise, low-power operation in a tiny 6-pin SOT23 package. These low-noise VCOs feature an on-chip varactor and feedback capacitors that eliminate the need for external tuning elements, making the MAX2605–MAX2609 ideal for portable systems. Only an external inductor is required to set the oscillation frequency. In addition, an integrated differential output buffer is provided for driving a mixer or prescaler. The buffer output is capable of supplying up to -.

MAX2607 : The MAX2605–MAX2609 are compact, high-performance intermediate-frequency (IF) voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) designed specifically for demanding portable wireless communication systems. They combine monolithic construction with low-noise, low-power operation in a tiny 6-pin SOT23 package. These low-noise VCOs feature an on-chip varactor and feedback capacitors that eliminate the need for external tuning elements, making the MAX2605–MAX2609 ideal for portable systems. Only an external inductor is required to set the oscillation frequency. In addition, an integrated differential output buffer is provided for driving a mixer or prescaler. The buffer output is capable of supplying up to -.

MAX2608 : The MAX2605–MAX2609 are compact, high-performance intermediate-frequency (IF) voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) designed specifically for demanding portable wireless communication systems. They combine monolithic construction with low-noise, low-power operation in a tiny 6-pin SOT23 package. These low-noise VCOs feature an on-chip varactor and feedback capacitors that eliminate the need for external tuning elements, making the MAX2605–MAX2609 ideal for portable systems. Only an external inductor is required to set the oscillation frequency. In addition, an integrated differential output buffer is provided for driving a mixer or prescaler. The buffer output is capable of supplying up to -.

MAX2609 : The MAX2605–MAX2609 are compact, high-performance intermediate-frequency (IF) voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) designed specifically for demanding portable wireless communication systems. They combine monolithic construction with low-noise, low-power operation in a tiny 6-pin SOT23 package. These low-noise VCOs feature an on-chip varactor and feedback capacitors that eliminate the need for external tuning elements, making the MAX2605–MAX2609 ideal for portable systems. Only an external inductor is required to set the oscillation frequency. In addition, an integrated differential output buffer is provided for driving a mixer or prescaler. The buffer output is capable of supplying up to -.

MAX261 : The MAX260/MAX261/MAX262 CMOS dual secondorder universal switched-capacitor active filters allow microprocessor control of precise filter functions. No external components are required for a variety of bandpass, lowpass, highpass, notch, and allpass configurations. Each device contains two second-order filter sections that place center frequency, Q, and filter operating mode under programmed control. An input clock, along with a 6-bit f0 program input, determine the filter's center or corner frequency without affecting other filter parameters. The filter Q is also programmed independently. Separate clock inputs for each filter section operate with either a crystal, RC network, or external cl.

MAX2611 : The MAX2611 is a low-voltage, low-noise amplifier for use from DC to microwave frequencies. Operating from a single +5V supply, it has a 3dB bandwidth of 1100MHz. The MAX2611’s low noise figure and high drive capability make it ideal for a variety of transmit, receive, and buffer applications. In a typical application, the only external components needed are input and output blocking capacitors and a V CC series resistor. To improve gain and output power, an RF choke can be added in series to the bias resistor. The MAX2611 comes in a 4-pin SOT143 package, requiring minimal board space. MAX2611 ________________________Applications Satellite Receivers TV Tuners Wireless Local Loops ISM Radio.

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MAX2620 : The MAX2620 combines a low-noise oscillator with two output buffers in a low-cost, plastic surface-mount, ultra-small µMAX package. This device integrates functions typically achieved with discrete components. The oscillator exhibits low phase noise when properly mated with an external varactor-tuned resonant tank circuit. Two buffered outputs are provided for driving mixers or prescalers. The buffers provide load isolation to the oscillator and prevent frequency pulling due to load-impedance changes. Power consumption is typically just 27mW in operating mode (VCC = 3.0V), and drops to less than 0.3µW in standby mode. The MAX2620 operates from a single +2.7V to +5.25V supply. MAX2620 _____.




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