ADL5322 RF Driver

I need to boost a sine wave oscillator at 1090Mhz and 5-8dBm for a system clock ref to 22dBm+/-2 into 50 Ohms and was wondering how the ADL5322 would do in this application with a attenuator between the oscillator and RF driver.  The oscillator has low phase noise and -15dBc max 2nd harmonic.  appreciate a review or if there is a better alternative.

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jun 3, 2015 7:57 PM

    The ADL5322 is being phased out and not recommended for new designs. You can consider other RF driver offerings such as the ADL5320, ADL5324 or the HMC789ST89E for your application. These amplifiers need to be matched as described in the datasheet. The ADL5611 and HMC475ST89 are internally matched options, however the OP1dB is limited to 21-22dBm. If you are looking for single device that provides attenuation and amplification, you can look towards the ADL5240 or ADL5240.

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jun 3, 2015 7:57 PM

    The ADL5322 is being phased out and not recommended for new designs. You can consider other RF driver offerings such as the ADL5320, ADL5324 or the HMC789ST89E for your application. These amplifiers need to be matched as described in the datasheet. The ADL5611 and HMC475ST89 are internally matched options, however the OP1dB is limited to 21-22dBm. If you are looking for single device that provides attenuation and amplification, you can look towards the ADL5240 or ADL5240.

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