• HMC705 / HMC794 frequency divider

    Trying to figure out the min. input duty cycle the products will respond to.  I have a very low duty cycle pulse train @ 100MHz that I need to divide down.  Pulse width is on the order of 200fs.

    Thanks,

    Tim

  • RE: EKIT01 HMC983

    Thank you dyoung1

    If I use HMC705 with eval card in frequency divider, is it possible cascading 2 HMC705 with eval card in order to have N divider number =256 :

    - first divider N=16, Freq IN = 1-3GHz

    - second divider N=16 Freq Out = 9-11MHz

    Regard…

  • RE: HMC861 replacement

    Hi JP,

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

    Best Regards,

    David

  • RE: Choosing the right frequency dividers for pulsatile inputs at 80 and 160 MHz

    Hi Lior,

    Dividers are essentially "dumb" devices - that is, they take whatever is provided at the input, and if the signal is of sufficient amplitude with a reasonable slew rate and falls within the operating frequency range, it will try to divide…

  • RE: HMC394LP4, CML Interfacing to Inputs

    Some of the other HMC dividers have an input network similar to what you described (as an example HMC705 or HMC492), but this part went a different route for some reason.  I also would tend to agree with you the /IN naming convention.

    In regards to the diagram…

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