I plan to use the amplifier ADL5324 in my design and my target frequency is 3400 MHz. The datasheets reports the component placement in mils (for each band) on a FR4 PCB. My board will be an FR408 board (4 layers) and the distance of the ground plane…
I am having an application in which I am going to use 400 - 420 MHz band. Design is based on a 3.3V supply. Reference designs in the data sheet is given for 420 - 494 MHz band. Will there be any change in component selection from the reference design…
What should the component matching distances be for a 1GHz square wave? The data sheet lists 869-961MHz but then nothing until 1880MHz by which time the distances have reduced considerably.Do I assume 1GHz is close enough to 961MHz ?
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I'd like to know the maximum VSWR the ADL5324 amplifier can withstand without permanent damage.
Thanks a lot.
I would like to use the ADL5324 with a transceiver to achieve greater range, I know my power output would be above regulations but this is not for regular use or making a product that I would distribute. It is for a school project and purely as a proof…
ADL5324 is 400MHz - 4GHz. S parameters provided in documents in web is 10MHz - 600MHz.
How can I have the s parameters for entire band which is 400MHz - 4GHz.
I have checked before posting the question, I couldn't find info, so a new post…
Gain of 14.6 dB at 2140 MHzGain of 14.6 dB at 2140 MHz in the datasheet.
S21 Should represent the gain, but why it is not equal to gain in the Table 2.
I have use ADL5324 andADL5320 to design RF front end , but I test the EVM is vey bad. Could you tell me ADL5324 and ADL5320 EVM specification, please? Thank you.