• AD8319对数放大器


            您好!请问这款对数放大器的Response Time参数是指什么意思呢?



  • AD8319 - Can inputs be driven differentially?

    AD8319 - Can inputs be driven differentially with INHI and INLO by means of a 100 ohm differential source?

  • FAQ: Calculating the Resistor Values to Alter the Slope of a RF Log Amp or RMS Detector


    I want to increase the slope of the AD8319 log amp. Is there a formula to cacluate the  resistor values needed?



    The required resistor…

  • RE: RF power Log Detector

    Hi nirbhay100,

    You might consider AD8317 or AD8319. Slope magnitude and polarity are not what you want, but that's easily fixed with an output op amp.


  • FAQ: ADL5902 RMS Detector: Operation at Frequencies greater than 5.8 GHz


    The datasheet for the ADL5902 RMS detector shows only limited data above 5.8 GHz but the data sheet front page says it works up to 9 GHz. Can it really operate above 5.8 GHz?


  • Pulse Response of Linear-in-dB RMS Detectors with no RMS Averaging Capacitor Present

    Question: RMS detectors with a Linear-in-dB transfer function such as AD8362, AD8363, AD8364, ADL5902 and ADL5906 produces a peaking in detection voltage when driven by RF Bursts when there is no rms averaging capacitor present.  Adding an external rms…

  • FAQ: How can I get the rms detector to accurately detect the power during a pulse modulated signal input?


    How can I get the rms detector to accurately detect the power during a pulse modulated signal input?



    The "mean" portion of the…

  • RE: New Version ADL5331 test fail

    When a device appears to fail, it looks like its output is very high (about -2.66 dBm instead of -6.37 dBm). Do you have an AGC circiut connected around ADL5331 similar to Figure 19 in the datasheet. Is it possible that this AGC loop is somehow breaking…

  • RE: AGC working at high frequency

    We have a couple of applications notes available on our website, CN-0050 (ADL5330, AD8318) and CN-0082 (ADL5331 and AD8319), that deal with this problem. I'm just using these for reference, as they operate in the 1GHz to 2GHz range, lower than what you…