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AD607 The mixer’s RF input port is differential, that is, pin RFLO is functionally identical to RFHI, and these nodes are internally biased; we will generally assume that RFLO is decoupled to ac ground. The RF port can be modeled as a parallel RC circuit as shown in Figure 34.

Table I. AD607 Filter Termination Resistor Values for Common IFs

IF

Filter Impedance

Filter Termination Resistor Values1 for 24 dB of Mixer Gain

450 kHz 455 kHz 6.5 MHz 10.7 MHz

1500 Ω 1500 Ω 1000 Ω 330 Ω

R1 174 Ω 174 Ω 215 Ω 330 Ω

AD607 C1

C2

RFHI CIN

L1

RIN

RFLO

R2 1330 Ω 1330 Ω 787 Ω 0Ω

R3 1500 Ω 1500 Ω 1000 Ω 330 Ω

NOTES 1 Resistor values were calculated such that R1+ R2 = Z FILTER and R1ʈ (R2 + ZFILTER) = 165 Ω.

C3

C1, C2, L1: OPTIONAL MATCHING CIRCUIT C3: COUPLES RFLO TO AC GROUND

Figure 34. Mixer Port Modeled as a Parallel RC Network; an Optional Matching Network Is also Shown

The local oscillator (LO) input is internally biased at VP/2 via a nominal 1000 Ω resistor internally connected from pin LOIP to VMID. The LO interface includes a preamplifier which minimizes the drive requirements, thus simplifying the oscillator design and reducing LO leakage from the RF port. Internally, this single-sided input is actually differential; the noninverting input is referenced to pin VMID. The LO requires a single-sided drive of ± 50 mV, or –16 dBm in a 50 Ω system. The mixer’s output passes through both a low-pass filter and a buffer, which provides an internal differential to singlended signal conversion with a bandwidth of approximately 45 MHz. Its output at pin MXOP is in the form of a singlended current. This approach eliminates the 6 dB voltage loss of the usual series termination by replacing it with shunt terminations at the both the input and the output of the filter. The nominal conversion gain is specified for operation into a total IF bandpass filter (BPF) load of 165 Ω, that is, a 330 Ω filter, doubly-terminated as shown in Figure 33. Note that these loads are connected to bias point VMID, which is always at the midpoint of the supply (that is, VP/2). The conversion gain is measured between the mixer input and the input of this filter, and varies between 1.5 dB and 26.5 dB for a 165 Ω load impedance. Using filters of higher impedance, the conversion gain can always be maintained at its specified value or made even higher; for filters of lower impedance, of say ZO, the conversion gain will be lowered by 10 log10(165/ZO). Thus, the use of a 50 Ω filter will result in a conversion gain that is 5.2 dB lower. Figure 35 shows filter matching networks and Table I lists resistor values.

The maximum permissible signal level at MXOP is determined by both voltage and current limitations. Using a 3 V supply and VMID at 1.5 V, the maximum swing is about ± 1.3 V. To attain a voltage swing of ± 1 V in the standard IF filter load of 165 Ω load requires a peak drive current of about ± 6 mA, which is well within the linear capability of the mixer. However, these upper limits for voltage and current should not be confused with issues related to the mixer gain, already discussed. In an operational system, the AGC voltage will determine the mixer gain, and hence the signal level at the IF input pin IFHI; it will always be less than ± 56 mV (–15 dBm into 50 Ω), which is the limit of the IF amplifier’s linear range. IF Amplifier

Most of the gain in the AD607 arises in the IF amplifier strip, which comprises four stages. The first three are fully differential and each has a gain span of 25 dB for the nominal AGC voltage range. Thus, in conjunction with the mixer’s variable gain, the total gain exceeds 90 dB. The final IF stage has a fixed gain of 20 dB, and it also provides differential to singlended conversion. The IF input is differential, at IFHI (noninverting relative to the output IFOP) and IFLO (inverting). Figure 36 shows a simplified schematic of the IF interface. The offset voltage of this stage would cause a large dc output error at high gain, so it is nulled by a low-pass feedback path from the IF output, also shown in Figure 25. Unlike the mixer output, the signal at IFOP is a low-impedance single-sided voltage, centered at VP/2 by the DC feedback loop. It may be loaded by a resistance as low as 50 Ω which will normally be connected to VMID. AD607 IFHI

10kΩ VMID

IFOP IFLO 10kΩ

1nF

R2 MXOP

BPF

8

VMID

OFFSET FEEDBACK LOOP

10 IFHI R3

R1

11 IFLO

9 100nF

Figure 36. Simplified Schematic of the IF Interface

100nF

Figure 35. Suggested IF Filter Matching Network. The Values of R1 and R2 Are Selected to Keep the Impedance at Pin MXOP at 165 Ω

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