Linear Driver. MAMDCC0002 Datasheet

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Part MAMDCC0002
Description Dual Linear Driver
Feature Dual Linear Driver for Vector Modulators V 2.00 MADRCC0002 Features n n n n n n n n n CSP-9 Lin.
Manufacture Tyco
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MAMDCC0002
Dual Linear Driver for Vector
Modulators
V 2.00
Features
n Linearizes M/A-COM’s PIN Diode Vector Modulators
Over a 360° Phase Range
n Dual Channels Allow One Driver per Vector Modulator
n Output Currents up to 12 mA
n Operates with a Single Supply Voltage of +5V
n Low Quiescent Currents
n Single Control Voltage for Each Channel
n 6 x 4 mm Chip Scale Package
n Test Boards with Vector Modulators are Available
n Tape and Reel Packaging Available
Description
M/A-COM's MADRCC0002 is a dual, break point free
driver that produces a logarithmic output current suitable
for linearizing PIN diode based vector modulators. This
driver, in conjunction with the external components, as
defined in Figure 1, produces a linearized transfer function
between the input control voltage of the driver and the
attenuation / phase output of the vector modulator. The
MADRCC0002 has been optimized for linearizing
M/A-COM’s Vector Modulators (see Table 1), but will
function well with most types of cathode grounded vector
modulators. The driver is packaged in a 6 x 4 mm Chip
Scale Package for commercial SMT applications. A typical
schematic for a dual linearizer driving a vector modulator is
shown in Figure 1.
CSP-9
Circuit Description:
(Reference Figures 1, 2 and 3)
Note that this is a dual driver. Only the top circuit will be
described, because the bottom circuit is identical. The input
divider, R1 and the sum of R2 and R3, sets the overall
transfer function of the circuit. To increase the transfer
function, decrease the Control Voltage and the value of R1.
Temperature compensation is a function of the temperature
coefficient of the thermistor, R3, and the ratio of R2 to R3,
and can only be optimized once the transfer function and
linearity component values have been established. Varying
the value of R4 will optimize the linearity of the VVA. One
can achieve a more linear transfer function by driving the
attenuator over a smaller portion of its dynamic range. Note
that when the vector modulators called out in Table 1 are
driven with the dual linearizer, both amplitude and phase
are affected, which makes it hard to define linearity. The
individual transfer function of each voltage variable
attenuator in the vector modulator (See Figure 2 for the
block diagram) is linearized as a function of voltage. The
two VVAs in the block diagram are the quad hybrids that
are terminated by two PIN diodes. See Figure 3 for
the transfer function of the SA90-0001 vector modulator
(phase and attenuation vs. control voltages).
Absolute Maximum Ratings 1
Parameter
+VCC
IN A, IN B
REF A, REF B
Output Short Circuit Current
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Package Power Dissipation
Control Voltage
Lead Temperature
Absolute Maximum
+20 V
-0.5V < Input < Vcc +0.5V
-0.5V < Input < Vcc +0.5V
20 mA
-40°C to +85°C
-65°C to +125°C
150 mW
300ºC for 10 seconds
1. Operation of this device above any one of these
parameters may cause permanent damage.



MAMDCC0002
Dual Linear Driver for Vector Modulators
MADRCC0002
V 2.00
Electrical Specifications, TA = +25°C, Reference Figure 1 (Each Circuit)
Parameter
Output Drive Current
+VCC Supply Range
IN, REF Voltage
+VCC Quiescent Current
Settling Time
Test Conditions
Vcontrol = VCC
No Load
50% Ctl to 90%/10% RF
Units
mA
V
V
µA
µS
Min
18
4.5
0
Typical
5.0
50
25
Max
5.5
VCC
70
Figure 1
Specifications subject to change without notice.
n North America: Tel. (800) 366-2266
n Asia/Pacific: Tel.+81-44-844-8296, Fax +81-44-844-8298
n Europe: Tel. +44 (1344) 869 595, Fax+44 (1344) 300 020
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