• ADF5356

    dear all

    can I generate two frequency synchronized but shifted using the ADF5356 PLL

    best regards

  • ADF5356

    hello all

    I am using the PLL ADF 5356 so I want to sweep the band from 3.4 to 6.8 GHZ all at once how I can do

    best regards

  • EVAL-ADF5356

    Hello,

    i am using the EV-ADF5356 board with the ADF5356 evaluation board control software. is it possible to get a sweep with a changeable amplitude? because we want a sweep with a amplitude from 0.5V or 1V. 

    And is it possible to send me the source code…

  • ADF5356

    Hello, I downloaded the Gerber file of Eval-ADF5356 from the official website, but NC Drill and NETLIST files are not in the folder.Can you provide it to me, please

  • ADF5356 issues

    Greetings,

    We are encountering numerous problems with device operation. Upon power-up all seems to be fine, but a few seconds later the power supply starts draw large amounts of current and some capacitors (ones on the V_ref and V_bias pins) start to burn…

  • HMC702 and ADF5356?

    Hi, 

    I was wondering if the HMC702 and ADF5356 are compatible with each other? Can the ADF5356 be used as a VCO for HMC702 to sweep the entire band?

    Regards,

    Amin

  • ADF5356 Reference input

    User guide UG-1087  for EV-ADF5356SD1Z says that "to use a single-ended reference, connect a low noise 122.88MHz reference source to SMA REFINB, and connect a 50Ω termination to SMA REFINA."

    Whereas in ADF5356 datasheet pin description it is mentioned…

  • drive two ADF5356

    hello all

    I want to drive two PLL ADF5356 to generate two frequencies synchronized but shifted  how i can do

    best regards

    lekhmissi

  • ADF5356 Not Locking

    Hello,

    I've made a board based on the recommended design but with a different ref clock and a single ended configuration. The loop filter remained as in the datasheet. Unfortunately, the MUXOUT pin never goes high (I've configured it for digital lock…

  • ADF5356 Transistors

    Hello, 

    I am carrying out some reliability analysis' on the ADF5356 and am having trouble finding information about the approximate number of transistor on-board, to a factor of 10. I realize this is generally proprietary information and is why I'm asking…