• Input power for HMC493

    Hi,

    I am using HMC493 in a cube-satellite receiver module. My question is what deflections in results should I expect if the input power(-25dBm) is lower than the recommended input power (-20dBm.)

    Thank you in advance.

  • RE: HMC494

    Hi, Marty:

    Thank you for your reply.  I did not see any attachment for HMC493 eval board files.

    Can you send it again please?

    Thank you very much.

    Regards,

    Timothy

  • RE: HMC-493 and HMC-492 self oscillation

    Hi Eric,

    In the past we have found that 8.25k was the appropriate value to prevent self oscillation without RF input for the HMC492, HMC493, and HMC494.

    Best Regards,

    David

  • RE: HMC492 bistable behavior

    Hi,

    It sounds like the divider is self oscillating when the input is removed.  There is an app note on this phenomenon at the link below.  The appropriate value to prevent self oscillation without RF input is 8.25k for the HMC492, HMC493, and HMC494.

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