I want to use ADF4351 to clocking an Texas Instruments DAC (DAC5686). Nof the ADF4351 to the Figure 49 circuit? What are the compliance level of the ADF4351 output? The ADF4351 need to be terminated to 50 ohm load .. how can drive an ECL/PECL input using…
Take a look at ADF4351 (www.analog.com/adf4351).
Can we see 1KHz variation in ADF4351 devices by varying ref clk inp of adf4351.If no then how to get 1KHzstep in adf4351 please give me suggestion.
The ADF4351 should suit nicely. See here: www.analog.com/adf4351
The ADF4351 evb does not work with the Labview GUI. Did you test the GUI for ADF4351 evb?
Take a look at ADF4351 (www.analog.com/adf4351). It operates to 4.4 GHz and has an integrated VCO.
Take a look at the ADF4351. It is an intergrated PLL and VCO that will output frequencies from 35 MHz to 4400 MHz.
The limitation is the ADF4351 PLL which is limited at 4400 MHz.
My customer is considering to choose ADF4351. Could you please reply to the following question?
Q1: We can see "prescaler" (= 4/5 or 8/9) in the ADF4351 datasheet but cannot see any equation with “prescaler” in the ADF4351 datasheet.…
ADIsimPLL is the best tool we have for simulating the ADF4351. It is very difficult to simulate spurious signals.
If you look at page 23 onwards of the ADF4351 datasheet, you will find information on calculating the spurious distributions: http://www…