Frequency multipliers input 800-1100 MHz? Footprint?

Hello,

Do you have/expect to have any active frequency multiplier x2, x4 or x5 with input freq. range between 800-1100 MHz?

On the other hand, regarding the x2 frequency multiplier HMC561LP3, is there any available footprint? We are not able to find it.

Thank you so much,

Gerard

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jun 7, 2018 10:22 PM

    Sorry - right area,  wrong link. RIGHT click the link below and select 'Open link in new tab'. 

    Symbols & Footprints | Design Center | Analog Devices 

    Next, download the UltraLibrarian application and the App note AN-1176. While UltraLibrarian is downloading watch the embedded video to get an idea of how this is used. 

    Normally you would look up the HMC561LP3 footprint but it turns out it doesn't exist at this time. If this happens in the future it takes a little work but here's what you can do. First, use the 'Request a New File' feature to request the model footprint be added to the database. 

    Next, start typing LP3E into the main search bar at analog.com (or whatever package you're interested in that you can't find a footprint for). Several parts with the same package suffix will appear (LP3E in this case). Make note of these model numbers. By the way, LP3 is the Pb version so part selection will be limited and while the only difference is typically the lead finish its better to use LP3E if the Pb Free version is desired.  Alternatively you could use a parametric search in the product and find similar parts in the desired package. Next download the datasheets for several of these and compare the package outline drawing to the package outline drawing for the part that doesn't have a defined footprint yet in the database. Once you've located a part with a matching package outline (be sure every dimension is a match) type this model into the 'Symbol Search' area. Chances are one of these will have a footprint associated with the model. 

    We have several LP3 packages. It turns out that the HMC311LP3E package outline appears to be identical to the HMC561. These two devices should use the same footprint. I've attached it below but you'll need to use UltraLibrarian to access it. 

    For comparison sake the HMC451LP3E is a 3x3 QFN but the package outline is NOT identical to the HMC561LP3 and therefore it's footprint should not be the used. 

    Best Regards, 

    Marty 

    HMC311LP3E.bxl.zip
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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jun 7, 2018 10:22 PM

    Sorry - right area,  wrong link. RIGHT click the link below and select 'Open link in new tab'. 

    Symbols & Footprints | Design Center | Analog Devices 

    Next, download the UltraLibrarian application and the App note AN-1176. While UltraLibrarian is downloading watch the embedded video to get an idea of how this is used. 

    Normally you would look up the HMC561LP3 footprint but it turns out it doesn't exist at this time. If this happens in the future it takes a little work but here's what you can do. First, use the 'Request a New File' feature to request the model footprint be added to the database. 

    Next, start typing LP3E into the main search bar at analog.com (or whatever package you're interested in that you can't find a footprint for). Several parts with the same package suffix will appear (LP3E in this case). Make note of these model numbers. By the way, LP3 is the Pb version so part selection will be limited and while the only difference is typically the lead finish its better to use LP3E if the Pb Free version is desired.  Alternatively you could use a parametric search in the product and find similar parts in the desired package. Next download the datasheets for several of these and compare the package outline drawing to the package outline drawing for the part that doesn't have a defined footprint yet in the database. Once you've located a part with a matching package outline (be sure every dimension is a match) type this model into the 'Symbol Search' area. Chances are one of these will have a footprint associated with the model. 

    We have several LP3 packages. It turns out that the HMC311LP3E package outline appears to be identical to the HMC561. These two devices should use the same footprint. I've attached it below but you'll need to use UltraLibrarian to access it. 

    For comparison sake the HMC451LP3E is a 3x3 QFN but the package outline is NOT identical to the HMC561LP3 and therefore it's footprint should not be the used. 

    Best Regards, 

    Marty 

    HMC311LP3E.bxl.zip
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