I just looked at what's available on the website for HMC460 products and found that the S-parameters actually are available for the HMC460-DIE product. I think that the reason why you could not find the S-pars for the die product is because…
For HMC460; we found a what may be a discrepancy in the data sheet.
On page #1 it is reported that the DIE SIZE is 3,12x1.63x0.1 mm.
But on page #6 (on the outline drawing) the dimensions are given as 3.024x1.549x0.1.
Which is correct…
I have a question of EVAL-HMC460LC5. I have tested the evaluate board, and the current was great than 83mA when the Vgg is adjusted between -2V to 0V. It seems that the board work well, and the gain is ok. but i want know whether it is ok of the current…
i have some problem for testing,.Using the sch on AN-1363,and cut off the connection of vdd pin and vgg pin of hmc460,i can test the output of hmc981:
but when i connect the HMC460 ,
Other options to consider might be HMC460 (dc-20 GHz, 2.5 dB nf) and HMC1049 (300 MHz to 20 GHz, 1.7 dB NF).
We would like to put pulsed signal to these devices. I think that, if heat is the source of damage, pulsed input can go higher than continuous waveform. Do you have any relation between max pulsed input power vs max continuous waveform power not to damage…
137mA current is quiet high than the typical value. What are the power up and down bias sequences you follow?
What is the iimpedance that HMC460LC5 EVB`s RFIN port sees? i.e. DAC output impedance?
As it says on the DS RF I/O pins of HMC460 is DC…
If you do not want to exceed -2 V Vgate, then you need to use external R6 and R4 resistors on the attached SCH. HMC460`s AMR is also -2 V, so the resistor values on the attached file will be the same for your application.
Where can I get the S parameter of LNA HMC341 measured on die? The S papameter offered on website is the results measured on test board.
Do you have a maximum power consumption for the HMC598 in die form? The data sheet shows 175 mA @ 5 volts, but it's only a typical number and I'm seeing 220 mA @ 5volts, with no input signal or output load. Thanks.