Evaluation Board User Guide UG-160

Evaluation Board User Guide UG-160
Evaluation Board User Guide
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Evaluation Board for the Integer-N PLL Frequency Synthesizer
FEATURES
DOCUMENTS NEEDED
Self-contained board for generating RF frequencies
Contains the ADF4108—an 8 GHz frequency synthesizer IC
Accompanying software allows complete control of
synthesizer functions from a PC
ADF4108 data sheet
EVALUATION KIT CONTENTS
EV-ADF4108EB1Z board
CD that includes
Self-installing software that allows users to control the
board and exercise all functions of the device
Electronic version of the ADF4108 data sheet
Electronic version of the UG-160 user guide
Electronic version of the UG-476 user guide
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
PC running Windows XP or more recent version
Spectrum analyzer
Oscilloscope (optional)
Power supplies of 5.5 V and 15 V
REQUIRED SOFTWARE
Analog Devices Int-N software (Version 7 or higher)
ADIsimPLL
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The EV-ADF4108EB1Z evaluation board allows the user to
evaluate the performance of the ADF4108 frequency synthesizer
for phase-locked loops (PLLs). Figure 1 shows the board, which
contains the ADF4108 synthesizer, an SMA connector for the
reference input, the power supplies, a USB interface, and the RF
outputs. There is also an active loop filter and a VCO on board. The
user has the option of using an alternate loop filter and VCO by
connecting the board to the following SMA connectors: VTUNE
and CPOUT. The evaluation kit contains software that is compatible with Windows® XP and more recent versions to allow
easy programming of the synthesizer.
The USB interface allows software programming of the ADF4108
device. A USB cable is included in the evaluation board kit to
allow software programmability.
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Figure 1. EV-ADF4108EB1Z
PLEASE SEE THE LAST PAGE FOR AN IMPORTANT
WARNING AND LEGAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1
Power Supplies ...............................................................................4
Evaluation Kit Contents ................................................................... 1
Input Signals...................................................................................4
Additional Equipment ..................................................................... 1
Output Signals ...............................................................................4
Documents Needed .......................................................................... 1
Default Operation .........................................................................4
Required Software ............................................................................ 1
Evaluation Board Software ...............................................................5
General Description ......................................................................... 1
Evaluation and Test ...........................................................................7
Evaluation Board .............................................................................. 1
Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork ...................................9
Revision History ............................................................................... 2
Bill of Materials ............................................................................... 15
Quick Start Guide ............................................................................. 3
Related Links ............................................................................... 16
Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 4
REVISION HISTORY
12/12—Rev. A to Rev. B
Changes to General Description and Figure 1 ............................. 1
Changes to Default Operation Section and Figure 2 ................... 4
Deleted Evaluation Board Setup Procedure and Figure 3 to
Figure 6; Renumbered Sequentially ............................................... 5
Deleted Figure 7 to Figure 12 .......................................................... 6
Deleted Figure 13 to Figure 16 ........................................................ 7
Changes to Evaluation Board Software Section ........................... 5
Changes to Figure 4 .......................................................................... 6
Changes to Evaluation and Test Section and Figure 5 ................. 7
Changes to Figure 7 .......................................................................... 9
Changes to Figure 8 ........................................................................ 10
Changes to Figure 9 ........................................................................ 11
Changes to Figure 10 ...................................................................... 12
Changes to Figure 11 and Figure 12 ............................................ 13
Changes to Figure 13 and Figure 14 ............................................. 14
Changes to Table 1 .......................................................................... 15
3/12—Rev. 0 to Rev. A
Changes to Features Section and General Description
Section ................................................................................................ 1
Added Evaluation Kit Contents Section, Additional Equipment
Section, Documents Needed Section, Required Software
Section, and Evaluation Board Section; Deleted Block Diagram
Section; Replaced Figure 1 .............................................................. 1
Added Quick Start Guide Section .................................................. 3
Deleted Hardware Description Section and Figure 3,
Renumbered Sequentially ................................................................ 3
Changes to Evaluation Board Hardware Section and Power
Supplies Section ................................................................................ 4
Replaced Figure 2; Added Input Signals Section, Output Signals
Section, and Default Operations Section .......................................4
Deleted Software Description Section, Programmable Software
Settings Section, and Figure 4 ..........................................................4
Added Evaluation Board Setup Procedure Section Software
Installation Section, and Figure 3 to Figure 5 ................................5
Added Windows Vista and Windows 7 Software Installation
Guide Section and Figure 6 to Figure 9 ..........................................6
Added Windows XP Driver Installation Guide Section and
Figure 10 to Figure 14 .......................................................................7
Added Figure 15 and Figure 16 .......................................................8
Changes to Evaluation Board Software Section, Added
Figure 17 .............................................................................................9
Added Figure 18 ............................................................................. 10
Added Evaluation and Test Section, Figure 19, and
Figure 20 .......................................................................................... 11
Changed Evaluation Board Schematics Section to Evaluation
Board Schematics and Artwork Section ...................................... 12
Changes to Figure 21...................................................................... 12
Changes to Figure 22...................................................................... 13
Added Figure 23 ............................................................................. 14
Added Figure 24 ............................................................................. 15
Added Figure 25 ............................................................................. 16
Added Figure 26 ............................................................................. 17
Added Figure 27 ............................................................................. 18
Added Figure 28 ............................................................................. 19
Changes to Table 1.......................................................................... 18
Added Related Links Section ........................................................ 19
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QUICK START GUIDE
Use the following steps to evaluate the ADF4108 device:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Install the Int-N software (see the UG-476 user guide, PLL
Software Installation Guide).
Follow the hardware driver installation procedure.
Connect the power supplies to the EV-ADF4108EB1Z:
a. Connect the 5.5 V power supply to the on-board
banana connectors.
b. Connect the 15 V power supply to the test points
labeled +15 V and AGND1.
Connect the USB cable to the PC and to the
EV-ADF4108EB1Z.
Run the Int-N software.
Select the ADF4108 device and the USB board in the
Select Device and Connection tab of the main window.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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Ensure that Analog Devices RFG.L Eval Board connected
is displayed at the bottom left of the main window.
Connect the reference frequency to REFIN (SMA).
Click the Main Controls tab to input the RF and other
settings.
Note that the Phase Detector Polarity drop-down box in
the Settings section should be set to Negative to suit the
active loop filter in inverting mode.
Update all registers.
Connect the output to a signal source analyzer. The board
offers two outputs.
a. VCO/2 via the SMA labeled VCO/2.
b. VCO via the SMA labeled EXT_VCOOUT.
Measure the results.
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
The evaluation board comes with a mini-USB cable to connect
the evaluation board to the USB port of a PC. The evaluation
board silkscreen is shown in Figure 2. The EV-ADF4108EB1Z
schematics are shown in Figure 7 to Figure 10.
at the VCO/2 SMA connector. To use an alternate loop filter
and VCO, the charge pump output (CPOUT) and the VCO
tune voltage (VTUNE) are available as outputs via standard
SMA connectors.
POWER SUPPLIES
DEFAULT OPERATION
The board is powered via two external supplies, 5.5 V and 15 V,
and connected as described in the Quick Start Guide section.
All components necessary for local oscillation (LO) generation
can be inserted on the board. The board is shipped with the
ADF4108 synthesizer, an active loop filter, and the VCO.
INPUT SIGNALS
The necessary reference input can be supplied from an external
generator. A low noise, high slew rate reference source is best for
achieving the stated performance of the ADF4108. This reference
source is connected to the REFIN SMA connector. A second
option is to solder a footprint-compatible TCXO to Footprint Y1.
OUTPUT SIGNALS
An active loop filter using standard feedback is inserted between
the charge pump output and the VCO input. The design parameters for the loop filter are for a center frequency of 6400 MHz,
a PFD frequency of 2500 kHz, and an active loop filter bandwidth
of 15 kHz. To design a filter for different frequency setups, use
the ADIsimPLL simulation software to generate filter component
values and evaluate results.
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The VCO output is available at EXT_VCOOUT through a
standard SMA connector. A divide-by-2 option is also available
Figure 2. Evaluation Board Silkscreen
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EVALUATION BOARD SOFTWARE
Confirm that Analog Devices RFG.L Eval Board connected is
displayed at the bottom left of the window (see Figure 3). If this
message is not displayed, the software cannot connect to the
evaluation board.
To run the software, click the Int-N v7 file on the desktop or
select the file from the Start menu.
Note that when the board is connected, there is about a 5 sec to
10 sec delay before the status label changes.
On the Select Device and Connection tab, choose the device
and connection method, and then click Connect.
From the File menu, the current settings can be saved as and
loaded from a text file.
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The control software for the EV-ADF4108EB1Z is provided on
the CD included in the evaluation board kit. To install the
software, see the UG-476 user guide, PLL Software Installation
Guide.
Figure 3. Int-N Software, Main Window—Select Device and Connection
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The Main Controls tab controls the PLL settings (see Figure 4).
Use the RF Settings section to control the output frequency.
You can type the desired output frequency in the RF VCO
Output Frequency text box (in megahertz).
In the Registers tab, you can manually input the desired value
to be written to the registers.
In the Sweep and Hop tab, you can make the device sweep a
range of frequencies or hop between two set frequencies.
Use the Reference Frequency text box to set the correct
reference frequency and the reference frequency divider. The
default reference on the software window is 100 MHz.
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The Settings section lets you select general options available for
the PLL, including the charge pump current settings and phase
detector polarity. The EV-ADF4108EB1Z uses a charge pump
setting of 5 mA and a negative phase detector polarity.
In the Latches/Registers section at the bottom of the Main
Controls tab of the main window, the values to be written to
each register are displayed. If the background on the text box is
green, the value displayed is different from the value actually on
the device. Click Write R Counter Latch or Write N Counter
Latch to write the value displayed to the device. To update all
Latches in the correct order, click Write All Latches.
Figure 4. Int-N Software, Main Window—Main Controls
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EVALUATION AND TEST
9.
To evaluate and test the performance of the ADF4108, use the
following procedure:
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Install the Analog Devices Int-N software (see the UG-476
user guide, PLL Software Installation Guide).
Use ADIsimPLL to generate the loop filter component
values if a different loop filter is required.
Solder new filter components specified by ADIsimPLL.
Install the USB software drivers. Connect the evaluation
board to a PC using the supplied USB cable. Follow the
hardware driver installation procedure that appears.
Connect the USB connector to the EV-ADF4108EB1Z.
Connect a reference signal to REFIN.
Connect a spectrum analyzer to EXT_VCOOUT or VCO/2.
Run the Int-N software.
R&S FSUP 26 Signal Source Analyzer
Settings
LOCKED
Residual Noise [T1 w/o spurs]
Signal Frequency:
6.400000 GHz
Int PHN (1.0 k .. 30.0 M) –40.5 dBc
Signal Level:
–4.73 dBm
Residual PM
Cross Corr Mode
Harmonic 1
Residual FM
Internal Ref Tuned
Internal Phase Det
Phase Detector +0 dB
0.768 °
1.86 kHz
RMS Jitter
0.3334 ps
Phase Noise [dBc/Hz]
Marker 1 [T1]
Marker 2 [T1]
RF Atten
10 kHz
100 kHz
–82.78 dBc/Hz
–111.06 dBc/Hz
5 dB
Top –70 dBc/Hz
LoopBW
–80
Spur Pow er (dBc)
1
–80
–90
–90
–100
–10 0
2
1 CLRWR
SMTH 1%
2 CLRWR
–110
–11 0
–120
–12 0
–130
–13 0
–140
–14 0
–150
–15 0
–160
–16 0
–170
–17 0
EXT
1kHz
10kHz
100kHz
1MHz
FREQUENCY OFFSET
Figure 5. Spectrum Analyzer Display
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10MHz
30MHz
SPR OFF
TH 0dB
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1.
Select the USB board and the ADF4108 device in the
Select Device and Connection tab of the main window of
the evaluation board software.
10. In the Main Controls tab in the main window of the
evaluation board software, set the VCO center frequency in
the RF VCO Output Frequency text box (the example in
Figure 5 uses a 6.4 GHz VCO). Set the PFD Frequency text
box as specified in ADIsimPLL, and program the Reference
Frequency value to equal the reference connected to the
REFIN SMA Connector (or the TCXO). See Figure 6 for
the suggested setup.
11. Measure the output spectrum. Figure 5 shows 6.4 GHz
phase noise output.
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SIGNAL
GENERATOR
POWER
SUPPLIES
REFERENCE IN
(REFERENCE OUT)
TCXO
PLL
CPOUT
USB INTERFACE
AGND
LOCK
DETECT
LED
PC
EXTERNAL DC
GND
PLL
POWER
LED
+15V
VCO
VCO/2
SPECTRUM
ANALYZER
EXT_VCOOUT
EXTERNAL DC
SUPPLY
VTUNE
VVCO
Figure 6. Typical Evaluation Setup
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POWER
SUPPLIES
ACTIVE LOOP
FILTER
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EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATICS AND ARTWORK
Figure 7. Evaluation Board Schematic (Page 1)
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Figure 8. Evaluation Board Schematic (Page 2)
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Figure 9. Evaluation Board Schematic (Page 3)
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Figure 10. Evaluation Board Schematic (Page 4)
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Figure 11. Layer 1 (Component Side)
Figure 12. Layer 2 (Ground Plane)
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Figure 13. Layer 3 (Power/Ground Plane)
Figure 14. Layer 4 (Solder Side)
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BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 1.
Reference Designator
+5V, +15V, 3V3_USB, 1 5V_USB,1 AVDD,1
CE,1 CLK,1 DATA,1 DVDD,1 LE,1 MUXOUT,1
OPBIAS,1 T1,1 T2,1 RIG, VP1
AGND, AGND1
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5, C8, C19, C21, C22, C28, C30, C32, C33
C6, C7, C20, C42, C44, C45, C46, C53, C54,
C55, C57, C58, C59, C60
C9
C10, C16, C18, C24, C38, C41, C52, C56
C11, C12, C49
C13, C48, C51
C14, C25, C29, C39
C15, C31, C47, C50
C17
C23, C37
C26, C27
C34
C35
C36
C40
C431
CPOUT, REFIN, VTUNE, VVCO
D1, D4
D2
D3
EXT_VCOOUT, VCO/2
GND
L1
L2
R1
R2
R3, R28, R38
R4
R5, R10, R21, R24, R26, R27, R29, R32, R35,
R37, R43, R46, R48, R52, R53, R56, R57,
R58, R60, R61, R68
R6,1 R31,1 R34,1 R55,1 R671
R7, R59, R62
R8, R23
R9, R18, R19
R11,1 R13,1 R14,1 R15,1 R17,1 R22,1 R25,1 R30,1
R33,1 R36,1 R42,1 R47,1 R51,1 R54,1 R631
R12
R16, R64, R65
R20
R39, R49, R50
R40
Part Description
Red test point
Black test point
Capacitor, 0603, 50 V, 680 pF, COG/NPO
Capacitor, 0603, X7R, 50 V, 68 nF
Capacitor, 0603, X7R, 50 V, 1.8 nF
Capacitor, 0603, X7R, 50 V, 2.7 nF
Capacitor, 0603, 1 μF, 10 V, X5R
X7R ceramic capacitor, 0402,16 V, 0.1 µF
X5R ceramic capacitor, 0402, 6.3 V, 0.22 µF
NP0 ceramic capacitor, 0402, 50 V, 10 pF
NP0 ceramic capacitor, 0603, 50 V, 1 nF
Tantalum capacitor (TAJ-A case), RTAJ_A, 6.3 V, 22 µF
COG ceramic capacitor, 0402, 50 V, 100 pF
Capacitor, X5R, 0805, 1.0 μF, 50 V
Capacitor, X5R, 0805, 10 V, 10 μF, 10%
X5R ceramic capacitor, 0402, 25 V, 0.1 µF
NPO SMD ceramic capacitor, 0603, 50 V, 10 pF
Multilayer ceramic capacitor, 0603, 10 pF
X5R ceramic capacitor, 0805, 6.3 V, 22 µF
Capacitor, CASE B, 100 μF, 6.3 V, RTAJ_B
Capacitor, 0402, 100 pF, 50 V, NP0
Capacitor, RTAJ_D
Conn jack end launch PC gold SMA
LED, green
Diode, standard, 1 A, 50 V
LED, red
High frequency SMA end launch connector—142-0761-801
Black 4 mm banana socket
Ferrite bead, 470 Ω at 100 MHz
Inductor, SMT Power EPL2014 Series, 4.7 µH
Resistor, 0603, 390 Ω
Resistor, 0603, 510 Ω
Resistor, 0603, 1 kΩ
Resistor, 0603, 5.1 kΩ
Resistor, 0603, 0 Ω
Resistor, 0402
Resistor, 0603, 10 kΩ
Resistor, 0603, 47 kΩ
Resistor, 0603, 330 Ω
Resistor, 0603
Resistor, 0603, 49.9 Ω
Resistor, 0402, 0 Ω
Resistor, 0603, 10 Ω
Resistor, 0603, 2.2 kΩ
Resistor, 0603, 140 kΩ
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Reference Designator
R41
R44, R45
R66
U1
U2, U3, U10, U13
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U9
U11
U12
VSUPPLY
Y11
Y2
1
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Part Description
Resistor, 0603, 78.7 kΩ
Resistor, 0603, 100 kΩ
Resistor, 0402, 0.33 Ω
ADF4108, PLL frequency synthesizer
ADP150AUJZ-3.3, 3.3 V linear regulator
OP184, single op amp
ADP3334, adjustable LDO regulator
USB microcontroller
64k, I2C serial EEPROM
ADP7104ARDZ-5.0, linear regulator
Power divider, 6 dB, 1 W, 0603 SMD
VCO, dual output and divide-by-2 prescaler
Attenuator, 3 dB, 50 Ω, 0805 SMD
Red 4 mm banana socket
TX-500 temperature compensated crystal oscillator, 100.0 MHz
SMD crystal, 24.0 MHz
Do not insert.
RELATED LINKS
Resource
ADF4108
ADP150
OP184
ADP3334
ADP7104
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Description
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Product Page: 20 V, 500 mA, Low Noise, CMOS LDO
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I2C refers to a communications protocol originally developed by Philips Semiconductors (now NXP Semiconductors).
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circuitry, damage may occur on devices subjected to high energy EEB. Therefore, proper EEB precautions should be taken to avoid performance degradation or loss of functionality.
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temporary, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, non-transferable license to use the Evaluation Board FOR EVALUATION PURPOSES ONLY. Customer understands and agrees that the Evaluation Board is provided
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