• HMC608

    HI!

    HMC608,Now the VPD has been set to high, but found IDD = 900mA, adjust the VGG voltage, the current has not dropped, what is the reason? "

  • HMC608

    hi!

        We used a multimeter to test the HMC608 component and found that the components 19, 20, 21 were short-circuited to the middle pad. Does that mean that the chip has been burned out?

  • HMC608

    HI:

    In the process of using HMC608, we found that the input voltage is 5V, VGG is - 2.6V, input 0dBm signal, output only 10dBm, is this normal? For the gain that 29DB does not achieve above?

  • HMC608

    HI:

    In the process of using HMC608, we found that the input voltage is 5V, VGG is - 2.6V, input 0dBm signal, output only 10dBm, is this normal? For the gain that 29DB does not achieve above?

  • Junction temperature for HMC608

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I wonder knowing the junction temperature of HMC608. The datasheet only shows storage temperature and channel temperture.

    Thanks.

  • HMC608 low-gain mode

    Hi,

    A couple of questions regarding using the HMC608 in low-gain mode (i.e. pin 23 left floating):

    * Is the P1dB affected by using low-gain mode? If so, are you able to tell me what it is?

    * I'm finding that I need a more negative Vgg voltage to achieve…

  • FAQ: HMC608 VGG Decoupling Capacitors Reduction

    Q: Is it possible to remove the 2.2 uF VGG decoupling capacitor of HMC608?

  • HMC980 bias controller used with HMC608

    I am using the HMC980 bias controller with the HMC608 amplifier.

    The input power to the amplifier is 3 dBm.

    The bias conditions are: Rset=510 ohm (Idrain=300mA) delivering to the amplifier VDrain=4.8V and VG= -3.2V.

    We are using the amplifier in an…

  • Short circuit problem of HMC608 component itself

    hi!

        We used a multimeter to test the HMC608 component and found that the components 19, 20, 21 were short-circuited to the middle pad. Does that mean that the chip has been burned out?

  • RE: FAQ: HMC608LC4 Gain, OP1dB and PSAT

    A: Figure 1 and figure 2 shows the gain data and Pout data for 9, 8 and 7 GHz respectively.

    Figure 1. HMC608 Gain vs Pin at 9, 8 and 7 GHz

    Figure 2. HMC608 Pout vs Pin at 9, 8 and 7 GHz