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ADL5370 Datasheet(PDF) 17 Page - Analog Devices

Part No. ADL5370
Description  300 MHz to 1000 MHz Quadrature Modulator
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ADL5370
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CHARACTERIZATION SETUP
FMOD TEST SETUP
IP
IN
QP
QN
OUT
GND
VPOS
FMOD
LO
I OUT
Q OUT
VPOS +5V
LO
OUTPUT
90°
IQ
R AND S SPECTRUM ANALYZER
FSU 20Hz TO 8GHz
I/AM
Q/FM
AGILENT 34401A
MULTIMETER
0.175 ADC
AGILENT E3631A
POWER SUPPLY
5.000
0.175A
COM
6V
±25V
+
+ –
AEROFLEX
IFR 3416
250kHz TO 6GHz SIGNAL GENERATOR
RF
OUT
FREQ 4MHz
LEVEL 0dBm
BIAS 0.5V
BIAS 0.5V
GAIN 0.7V
GAIN 0.7V
CONNECT TO BACK OF UNIT
+6dBm
RF
IN
Figure 38. Characterization Bench Setup
The primary setup used to characterize the ADL5370 is shown
in Figure 38. This setup was used to evaluate the product as a
single-sideband modulator. The Aeroflex signal generator supplied
the local oscillator (LO) and differential I and Q baseband
signals to the device under test, DUT. The typical LO drive was
0 dBm. The I channel is driven by a sine wave, and the Q channel
is driven by a cosine wave. The lower sideband is the single
sideband (SSB) output.
The majority of characterization for the ADL5370 was performed
using a 1 MHz sine wave signal with a 500 mV common-mode
voltage applied to the baseband signals of the DUT. The baseband
signal path was calibrated to ensure that the VIOS1 and VQOS
offsets on the baseband inputs were minimized, as close as
possible, to 0 V before connecting to the DUT.
1 See the
Carrier Feedthrough Nulling section for the definitions of VIOS
and VQOS.


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