HMC-MDB277

I have something to ask you about HMC-MDB277.

 

I’m looking for an up-converter which modulates a 73-GHz LO signal with a high-speed(>10 Gbps) baseband data and also a down-converter which operates in the opposite way.
The target application is not related to E-band wireless backhaul. There is another different channel I’ve made for communication in the ~70GHz frequency band.

 

If the several requirements are satisfied, our lab is planning to purchase the product.

 

  1. Is the gMBR0011 suitable to up-convert and down-convert the NRZ/PAM4 data using a LO frequency of 73GHz?
  2. Can you show me data regarding to the return loss at the IF port and RF port?
    I don’t know what kind of bandwidth do the ‘IF bandwidth’ and ‘RF bandwidth’ mean.

  

I’m looking forward to your reply.

 

Have a good time at the end of the year.

 

 

 

Thank you.

 

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jan 14, 2016 8:04 PM over 4 years ago

    Hello,

    We have new E-band die that are available, the datasheets will be on the website soon.  The lowband solution (71 to 76 GHz) may be an option for you.  The HMC8118 up-converter and HMC7586 down-converter both interface traditional I/Q and support 2 GHz wide channels.  The die also contains a x6 multiplier at the LO input so a lower frequency LO can be used to drive the input.  For the TX, a pre-driver/VGA (HMC8120) and PA (HMC7543) are also available.

    Mark

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jan 14, 2016 8:04 PM over 4 years ago

    Hello,

    We have new E-band die that are available, the datasheets will be on the website soon.  The lowband solution (71 to 76 GHz) may be an option for you.  The HMC8118 up-converter and HMC7586 down-converter both interface traditional I/Q and support 2 GHz wide channels.  The die also contains a x6 multiplier at the LO input so a lower frequency LO can be used to drive the input.  For the TX, a pre-driver/VGA (HMC8120) and PA (HMC7543) are also available.

    Mark

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