The HMC641ALC4 datasheet states that blocking caps are required on the HMC641ALC4 inputs if the RF line potential is not equal to 0V, yet the part is specified down to DC.
What does AD mean by "RF line potential" and what value of blocking cap would be required?
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Following the AMR in the datasheet, it is the RF power, not DC voltage.
Maximum Input PowerInsertion Loss Path +26.5 dBmTerminated Path +23 dBmIs this condition, DC input…
Unfortunately, the lower frequency on the older HMC datasheets were incorrectly specified. We are correcting this as we convert the datasheet to the ADI-format.
We have converted the HMC641A-DIE…
To reiterate - these parts cannot be operated at DC frequencies.
Maximum Input PowerInsertion Loss Path +26.5 dBmTerminated Path +23 dBmIs this condition, DC input bias voltage = 0V, RF input bi or unipoler signal Internally?
Is it corect ?
What is the input DC level AMR ? DC 0V max ?