• HMC437 troubleshoot

    Hi,

    I am using an HMC 437 on the evaluation board (PN105786-HMC438MS8G) to divide a 1.0136 GHz -6.4dBm CW signal down to 337.86 MHz (-1.36dBm) but after ~1 week of continuous operation it no longer acts as a divide-by-3 but as a divide-by-2 with low output…

  • RE: HMC861 replacement

    Hi JP,

    Perhaps the HMC437, HMC394, or HMC705 might be suitable for your application?

    Best Regards,

    David

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  • FAQ: HMC Microwave Frequency Dividers by Analog Devices

    Question: Why should I consider using an Analog Devices Microwave Frequency Divider?

    Answer: With the acquisition of Hittite Microwave Corporation, Analog Devices acquired one of the most comprehensive, microwave frequency divider product lines available…

  • FAQ: HMC Frequency Dividers

  • Equivalent Hours of HMC764LP6CE & HMC783LP6CE

    Dir Sir,

    I would like to know the equivalent hours of HMC764LP6CE & HMC783LP6CE. I cnn't find the information in the attached Reliability Report. How can I calculate that value?

    Best regards,

    Akira

  • RE: 36GHz RF oscillation signal source

    You need a PLL which drives a frequency doubler which drives an amplifier. Possible choices might be ADF4371 (PLL),  HMC1105 (frequency doubler) and HMC7229 (amplifier). These are not the only choices.

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  • RE: Query

    This part is EAR99. The attached RFIC selection guide lists the ECCN codes for all of ADI's RF products.

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