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LMX1501A Datasheet(PDF) 19 Page - National Semiconductor (TI)

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Part No. LMX1501A
Description  PLLatinumTM 1.1 GHz Frequency Synthesizer for RF Personal Communications
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Manufacturer  NSC [National Semiconductor (TI)]
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Application Information (Continued)
The LMX PLLatimum series of frequency synthesizers are
equipped with an internal balanced charge pump as well as
outputs for driving an external charge pump Although the
superior performance of NSC’s on board charge pump elim-
inates the need for an external charge pump in most appli-
cations certain system requirements are more stringent In
these cases using an external charge pump allows the de-
signer to take direct control of such parameters as charge
pump voltage swing current magnitude TRI-STATE leak-
age and temperature compensation
One possible architecture for an external charge pump cur-
rent source is shown in
Figure 9 The signals wp and wr in
the diagram correspond to the phase detector outputs of
the LMX15011511 frequency synthesizers These logic
signals are converted into current pulses using the circuitry
shown in
Figure 9 to enable either charging or discharging
of the loop filter components to control the output frequency
of the PLL
Referring to
Figure 9 the design goal is to generatea5mA
current which is relatively constant to within 5V of the power
supply rail To accomplish this it is important to establish as
large of a voltage drop across R5 R8 as possible without
saturating Q2 Q4 A voltage of approximately 300 mV pro-
vides a good compromise This allows the current source
reference being generated to be relatively repeatable in the
absence of good Q1 Q2Q3 Q4 matching (Matched tran-
sistor pairs is recommended) The wp and wr outputs are
rated for a maximum output load current of 1 mA while 5 mA
current sources are desired The voltages developed across
R4 9 will consequently be approximately 258 mV or 42 mV
R8 5 due to the current density differences 0026 1n (5
mA1 mA) through the Q1 Q2Q3 Q4 pairs
In order to calculate the value of R7 it is necessary to first
estimate the forward base to emitter voltage drop (Vfnp) of
the transistors used the VOL drop of wp and the VOH drop
of wr’s under 1 mA loads (wp’s VOL k 01V and wrs VOH
Knowing these parameters along with the desired current
allow us to design a simple external charge pump Separat-
ing the pump up and pump down circuits facilitates the no-
dal analysis and give the following equations
R4 e
VR5 b VT  1n
ip max
R9 e
VR8 b VT  1n
in max
R5 e
VR5  (bp a 1)
ip max  (bp a 1) b isource
R8 e
VR8  (bn a 1)
ir max  (bn a 1) b isink
R6 e
(Vp b VVOLwp) b (VR5 a Vfp)
ip max
R7 e
(VP b VVOHwr) b (VR8 a Vfn)
Typical Device Parameters
bn e100 bp e 50
Typical System Parameters
VP e 50V
Vcntl e 05V b 45V
Vwp e 00V Vwr e 50V
Design Parameters
Vfn e Vfp e 08V
Irmax e Ipmax e 1mA
VR8 e VR5 e 03V
VOLwp e VOHwr e 100 mV
TLW12340 – 46
Therefore select
R4 e R9 e
03V b 0026
 1n(50 mA10 mA)
R5 e
 (50 a 1)
10 mA
 (50 a 1) b 50 mA
R8 e
 (100 b 1)
10 mA
 (100 a 1) b 50 mA
R6 e R7 e
(5V b 01V) b (03V a 08V)
10 mA
38 kX

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