ADL5513 10MHz

Hi,

I was wondering if you have data similar to the one provided in the following post but for 10Mhz. 

https://ez.analog.com/rf/f/q-a/76383/adl5513-low-frequency-operation?ReplySortBy=CreatedDate&ReplySortOrder=Ascending

We would like to also know how the device is affected in temperature at this frequency.

some specs and graphs will help us a lot.

Thank you in advance

a.g.

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Mar 31, 2020 2:59 AM

    Hi a.g.,

    I could not locate a 10MHz response curve as requested. But be advised, the 1MHz and 100MHz response curves are quite similar for mid-range and high-end, except for the obvious inversion of the error curve. You notice the low-end sensitivity extends down 5dB better for 1MHz, so it's reasonable to assume 10 MHz low-end sensitivity will be somewhere in the middle, improved maybe 2 to 3 dB compared to 100 MHz response. I know this is not a good answer, but now we're getting close to the part-to-part variation as shown in datasheet Figure 6, so fairly small differences in low-end sensitivity may not hold from part-to-part.  

    You mention that accuracy across temperature is a goal. For this, the device has the TADJ feature. Consider testing 1 or more samples across temperature to find the best TADJ setting, as described in datasheet page 18. Hope that helps.

    -Bruce

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Mar 31, 2020 2:59 AM

    Hi a.g.,

    I could not locate a 10MHz response curve as requested. But be advised, the 1MHz and 100MHz response curves are quite similar for mid-range and high-end, except for the obvious inversion of the error curve. You notice the low-end sensitivity extends down 5dB better for 1MHz, so it's reasonable to assume 10 MHz low-end sensitivity will be somewhere in the middle, improved maybe 2 to 3 dB compared to 100 MHz response. I know this is not a good answer, but now we're getting close to the part-to-part variation as shown in datasheet Figure 6, so fairly small differences in low-end sensitivity may not hold from part-to-part.  

    You mention that accuracy across temperature is a goal. For this, the device has the TADJ feature. Consider testing 1 or more samples across temperature to find the best TADJ setting, as described in datasheet page 18. Hope that helps.

    -Bruce

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