Is it possible to use the ADL5601 with a biasresistor at an operating voltage of 9 Volt?
I'd like to know if ADL5601 and ADL5610 amplifier are used as their evaluation board (without input and output matching) , can I take into consideration that they are unconditional stable or can they oscillate?
Q: Can you provide the data when using ADL5601 with a bias resistor operating at 9 V?
Q. The ADL5602 datasheet recommends using a 470nH Coilcraft 0603LS-NX wirewound inductor for DC bias. Is it possible to achieve comparable performance with a Multilayer chip inductor, which tends to be cheaper than a wirewound inductor?
Internal circuitry prevents the ADL5320 from operating below 400 MHz.
I suggest looking at the ADL5601, ADL5602, ADL5535 and ADL5536. the ADL5601 and ADL5535 are 15 dB gain blocks and will operate at 145 MHz. THe ADL5602 and ADL5536 are similar…
I'd like to know if ADL5610 and ADL5601 amplifier are unconditional stable in the basic connection for operating show in their data sheet.
I would suggest you try using a single ended amp. The ADL5601 or ADL5602 might be a good choice for the amp. For Baluns checkout Anaren or Johanson.
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I will notify to my customer.
I have two customers in one company.
One group is designing RF receiver board by using AD9650-80 ADC and ADL5602, ADL5601, and FPGA.
Another group is designing portable Spectrum…
To get from +5 dBm to +30 dBm, you will generally need two stages of amplification. So in addition to the ADL5604 1 Watt amplifier that BobC recommends, also take a look at some lower power devices for your first gain stage. Good choices would be ADL5601…
The attached list details all of the ADI RF Amplifier Sys-Parameter models that are available in the 2015.08 release of Keysight Genesys. This library will be updated over time.