Origin: Mainland China
Type: DC/DC Converters
Model Number: High Frequency Transducer
Weight: 10 g
RF input: 0.1-500MHz
RF input: +10dBm (1dB compression point)
Local oscillator input: 0.1-500MHz
Local oscillator input: -10dBm
IF Output: 0.1-200MHz
Supply voltage: 9--11V single-ended power supply
Product Size: 52 x 42 x 5mm/2.0 x 1.7 x 0.2inch
1. The AD831 provides a +24 dBm third-order cross-tuning cut-off point, enabling -10 dBm LO power consumption without the need for a high power LO driver and without the corresponding shielding and isolation issues, thus improving system performance and reducing system cost compared to passive mixers.
The mixer is designed to be powered from a single supply and has DC isolation capacitors for easy use at the RF, IF and LO ports. It has an output bandwidth of 250 MHz. A single resistor connected between pins OUT and FB is used to set the gain. The amplifier has a low DC detuning characteristic and can therefore be used for DC coupled applications such as DC-baseband conversion and quadrature amplitude demodulation.
Unlike passive mixers, the AD831 has no insertion loss, requires no external duplexer and does not require passive termination. Applications: The AD831 is a low distortion, wide dynamic range, single chip mixer suitable for applications such as RF-IF down-conversion in HF and VHF receivers, second mixer in DMR base stations, DC-baseband conversion, quadrature modulation and demodulation and Doppler shift detection in ultrasound imaging.
The AD831 is a low distortion, wide dynamic range, single chip mixer suitable for applications such as RF-IF down-conversion in HF and VHF receivers, second mixer in DMR base stations, DC-baseband frequency conversion, quadrature modulation and demodulation and Doppler shift detection in ultrasound imaging.
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1 x High Frequency Transducer