AD8362ARU-REEL7 Datasheet(数据表) 1 Page - Analog Devices
50 Hz to
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50 Hz to 3.8 GHz
65 dB TruPwr
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Complete fully calibrated measurement/control system
Accurate rms-to-dc conversion from 50 Hz to 3.8 GHz
Input dynamic range of >65 dB: −52 dBm to +8 dBm in 50 Ω
Waveform and modulation independent, such as
Linear-in-decibels output, scaled 50 mV/dB
Law conformance error of 0.5 dB
All functions temperature and supply stable
Operates from 4.5 V to 5.5 V at 24 mA
Power-down capability to 1.3 mW
Power amplifier linearization/control loops
Transmitter power controls
Transmitter signal strength indication (TSSI)
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
The AD8362 is a true rms-responding power detector that has
a 65 dB measurement range. It is intended for use in a variety of
high frequency communication systems and in instrumentation
requiring an accurate response to signal power. It is easy to use,
requiring only a single supply of 5 V and a few capacitors. It can
operate from arbitrarily low frequencies to over 3.8 GHz and
can accept inputs that have rms values from 1 mV to at least
1 V rms, with large crest factors, exceeding the requirements
for accurate measurement of CDMA signals.
The input signal is applied to a resistive ladder attenuator that
comprises the input stage of a variable gain amplifier (VGA).
The 12 tap points are smoothly interpolated using a proprietary
technique to provide a continuously variable attenuator, which
is controlled by a voltage applied to the VSET pin. The resulting
signal is applied to a high performance broadband amplifier. Its
output is measured by an accurate square-law detector cell. The
fluctuating output is then filtered and compared with the output
of an identical squarer, whose input is a fixed dc voltage applied
to the VTGT pin, usually the accurate reference of 1.25 V pro-
vided at the VREF pin.
The difference in the outputs of these squaring cells is integrated
in a high gain error amplifier, generating a voltage at the VOUT
pin with rail-to-rail capabilities. In a controller mode, this low
noise output can be used to vary the gain of a host system’s RF
amplifier, thus balancing the setpoint against the input power.
Optionally, the voltage at VSET can be a replica of the RF signal’s
amplitude modulation, in which case the overall effect is to
remove the modulation component prior to detection and low-
pass filtering. The corner frequency of the averaging filter can
be lowered without limit by adding an external capacitor at the
CLPF pin. The AD8362 can be used to determine the true power
of a high frequency signal having a complex low frequency
modulation envelope, or simply as a low frequency rms volt-
meter. The high-pass corner generated by its offset-nulling
loop can be lowered by a capacitor added on the CHPF pin.
Used as a power measurement device, VOUT is strapped to
VSET. The output is then proportional to the logarithm of the
rms value of the input. In other words, the reading is presented
directly in decibels and is conveniently scaled 1 V per decade,
or 50 mV/dB; other slopes are easily arranged. In controller
modes, the voltage applied to VSET determines the power level
required at the input to null the deviation from the setpoint.
The output buffer can provide high load currents.
The AD8362 has 1.3 mW power consumption when powered
down by a logic high applied to the PWDN pin. It powers up
within about 20 μs to its nominal operating current of 20 mA at
25°C. The AD8362 is supplied in a 16-lead TSSOP for operation
over the temperature range of −40°C to +85°C.
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