• RE: Input power for HMC493

    An input >= -20dBm minimum input power (i.e. power level at the input pin) is the specification that guarantees  the HMC493 will behave like /4 divider.  If input signal is smaller then -20dBm the input may not recognize that an input signal is present and as…

  • RE: HMC494

    Here you go Timothy. These are for the HMC493 eval board, hope it helps.

    Best Regards,

    Marty

  • 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

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

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