CATV Reverse. R2005280L Datasheet

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Part R2005280L
Description CATV Reverse
Feature R2005280L   CATV Reverse Hybrid 200MHz 28dB Product Description The R2005280L is a Hybrid Reverse a.
Manufacture qorvo
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R2005280L
R2005280L
  CATV Reverse Hybrid 200MHz 28dB
Product Description
The R2005280L is a Hybrid Reverse amplifier. The part
employs a Silicon die and is operated from 5 MHz to
200 MHz or 210 MHz. It provides excellent linearity and
superior return loss performance with low noise and
optimal reliability.
R2005280L
Package: SOT-115J
Functional Block Diagram
V+
INPUT
OUTPUT
Product Features
Excellent Linearity
Superior Return Loss Performance
Extremely Low Distortion
Optimal Reliability
Low Noise
Unconditionally Stable Under all Terminations
28.3 dB Typ. Gain at 210 MHz
140 mA Max. at 24 VDC
Applications
5200 MHz CATV Amplifier for Reverse Channel
Systems
Ordering Information
Part No.
R2005280L
Description
Box with 50 pcs
Data Sheet Rev. D, November 3, 2017 | Subject to change without notice
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R2005280L
R2005280L Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Value/Range
RF Input Voltage (single tone)
65 dBmV
DC Supply over-voltage (5 minutes)
+30 V
Storage Temperature
40 to 100°C
Operating Mounting Base Temperature
30 to 100°C
Operation of this device outside the parameter ranges given above may
cause permanent damage.
R2005280L
Electrical Specifications
Parameter
Test Conditions: V+=24V, TMB=30°C, ZS=ZL=75
Min Typ Max Unit
Operational Frequency Range
5 – 210 MHz
Gain
fo = 5 MHz
27.5
28.2 28.5
Gain
fo = 200 MHz
27.3
28.3
Gain
fo = 210 MHz
27.3
28.3
Gain Slope
fo= 5 to 200 MHz [1]
-0.2 0.1 0.5 dB
Gain Slope
fo= 5 to 210 MHz [1]
-0.2 0.1 0.5
Gain Flatness
fo= 5 to 200 MHz
±0.3
Gain Flatness
fo= 5 to 210 MHz
±0.3
Input Return Loss
fo= 5 to 200 MHz
fo= 200 to 210 MHz
20.0
20.0
dB
Output Return Loss
fo= 5 to 200 MHz
fo= 200 to 210 MHz
20.0
20.0
dB
Noise Figure
IDC
fo= 200 MHz
fo= 210 MHz
– 4.9
– 5.0
130 135
5.2
5.2
dB
140 mA
CTB
-69 dBc
XMOD
CSO
VO = 50.0dBmV, 7 channels flat [2]
-65 dBc
-70 dBc
d2 [3]
-60 dBc
Vo
1.
2.
3.
4.
DIM = -60dB [4]
61 dBmV
The slope is defined as the difference between the gain at the start frequency and the gain at the stop frequency.
7 analog channels, NTSC frequency raster: T7-T13 (7.00MHz to 43.00MHz), +50dBmV flat output level.
f1 = 83.25MHz; V1 = 50dBmV; f2 = 109.25MHz; V2 = 50dBmV; f-TEST = f1 + f2 = 192.5MHz.
f1 = 187.25MHz; V1 = 50dBmV; f2 = 149.25MHz; V2 = V1 - 6dB; f3 = 196.25MHz; V3 = V1 – 6dB; f-TEST = f1 + f2 –f3 = 185.25MHz
according to DIN45004B.
5. Composite Triple Beat (CTB) ‐ The CTB parameter is defined by ANSI/SCTE 6. 
Composite Second Order (CSO) ‐ The CSO parameter (both sum and difference products) is defined by ANSI/SCTE 6. 
Cross Modulation (XMOD) ‐ Cross modulation (XMOD) is defined by ANSI/SCTE 58, measured at baseband (selective voltmeter method), referenced to 
100% modulation of the carrier being tested. 
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