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VLA Technical Report. No. 33
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR (L2C)
D. S. Bagri
March 1978
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR (L2C) MODULE DRAWINGS,
ART WORKS AND BILLS OF MATERIALS........................... 1-1
2. 0 FUNCTION............................. ............... ........2-1
3.0
THEORY OF OPERATION...................... ..................3-1
4. 0 RFI SHIELDING................................ ...............4-1
5.0
CIRCUIT DETAILS..................................... ........5-1
5.1.1
50 MHz comb generator................. .........5-1
5.1.2
Diode selection................................ 5-1
5.1.3
Impulse generator.............................. 5-1
5.1.4
Matching, stability and bias circuits........... 5-2
5.2.1
Phase-lock loop........................... ......5-3
5.2.2
Loop characteristics........................... 5-4
6.0
PROCEDURE TO SET UP PHASE-LOCK LOOP.................. ......6-1
7.0
INPUT-OUTPUT CONNECTIONS AND POWER LEVELS.................. 7-1
8.0
BILLS OF MATERIALS..........................................8-1
9.0
SPECIFICATIONS AND MANUFACTURER’S DATA SHEETS.............. 9-1
10.0
MODULE PHOTOGRAPHS.........................................10-1
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1.0
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR (L2C) MODULE DRAWINGS,
ART WORKS AND BILLS OF MATERIALS
Block Diagram
D13230B21
Comb Generator Schematic
Cl323OS29
100-200 MHz Amplifier Schematic
B13230S28
50 MHz Phase-lock PC Board Schematic
C13230S11
Bills of Materials
50 MHz Harmonic Generator Top Assembly
A13230Z66
50 MHz Phase-lock Board
A13230Z30
100-200 MHz Amplifier
A13230Z67
50 MHz Comb Generator
A13230Z68
100-200 MHz Amplifier Assembly
A13230Z69
Comb Generator PCB Assembly
A13230Z70
Assembly Drawings
100-200 MHz Amplifier
C13230P57, P58
50 MHz Comb Generator
C13230P59, P60
Printed Circuit Boards, etc.
Art Work
Front Panel
Silk Screen
Mechanical
13230AA19
B13.23GM20
Step Recovery Diode PC Board
(Comb Generator)
B13230AB31
B13231M08
100-200 MHz Amplifier PC Board
B13230AB32
B13231M10
Mechanical Drawings
Comb Generator/Amplifier Spacer
B13231M17
50 MHz Harmonic Generator Panel, Rear
C13230M04
Bar, Support, Top
D13231M09-
Bar, Support,
Bottom
D13231M09-
Partition Plate
D13231M14
Partition Plate
Spacer
B13231M27
Power Connector
Shield Box
B13 2311432
Gasket Shield Box
B13231M34
Power Connector
Pin Center Ferrule
B13231M31
Power Connector
Shield Spacer
B13231M30
1-1
Rear Spacer
50 MHz Comb Generator Assembly
1-2
B13231M26
B13231M36
2.0
FUNCTION
As the name suggests the "5 0 MHz Harmonic Generator" L2c
produces harmonics of 50 MHz required in the system.
The 50 MHz
signal from 5 to 50 MHz VCXO (Ll) is spectral limited using a 50 MHz
VCXO in a phase-lock loop.
a broadband power amplifier.
The 50 MHz signal from the VCXO goes to
Output of the amplifier drives a Step
Recovery Diode comb generator to produce harmonics of the 50 MHz
up to about 2 GHz.
The 50 MHz VCXO is phase-locked to the 50 MHz
reference signal derived from the Ll module.
To overcome the poor
phase stability of the comb generator with operating conditions,
it is included in the phase-lock loop.
To phase-lock the VCXO
100 to 200 MHz spectrum is used instead of the 50 MHz.
It minimizes
the effect on the phase stability of the output harmonics due to
direct transmission of the input (5 0 MHz) signal through the comb
generator.
Two comb outputs at harmonics of the 50 MHz are provided for
2 to 4 GHz Synthesizers (L6l&) and front-end IF off set (F8) modules.
Also amplified outputs of 1200 and 1800 and 50, 100 and 200 MHz are
provided.
The outputs at 1200 and 1800 MHz are filtered in L.O.
Transmitter (L3) module and returned to the Central Electronics
Room.
The 50 MHz output is given to Fringe Generator (L7) modules
and 100 and 200 MHz outputs provide reference signals required by
Upconverter Pump (F2) and 17 to 20 GHz L.O. (F3) modules.
2-1
3.0
THEORY OF OPERATION
A block diagram of the 50 MHz Harmonic Generator (L2C) module
with input and output connections and power levels is shown in
Figure 1.
The 50 MHz VCXO (Model VCXO—10 made by Isotemp) has an output
power level of at least 10 mW and drives a 1 W output broadband
power amplifier (type CA2810 by TRW).
Output of the 50 MHz amplifier
is passed through a 11*5 dB directional coupler (type PDC-10-1 by
Mini Circuits Lab).
The direct output of the directional coupler
drives a comb generator employing a Hewlett-Packard 5082-0820 Step
Recovery Diode.
Output of the comb generator built for the prototype
unit is shown in Figure 2.
The coupled output of the 11*5 dB
directional coupler provides 50 MHz signal which is passed through
a 50/20 MHz BPF to provide 50 MHz output at Jack J4.
The output of the comb generator is connected through a 3 dB
attenuator to a broadband (30 to 2000 MHz) power divider (PD-1).
The 3 dB attenuator is put to improve the load VSWR as seen by the
comb generator output circuit.
One output of the power divider is
given to a 6 dB directional coupler (DC-3).
The direct and coupled
outputs of the 6 dB directional coupler are spectrum limited using
10% bandwidth BPFs and are amplified using 8 dB gain amplifiers to
provide 1800 and 1200 MHz outputs at Jacks J9 and J8 respectively.
The other output of the broadband power divider (PD-1) is given
to a 30 to 1000 MHz 10 dB directional coupler (DC-1).
The -10 dBc
coupled output of the directional coupler is passed through a
1050 MHz LPF and is then divided by a 2-way power divider (PD-2)
to provide two 50 MHz comb outputs at Jacks J12 and J13.
The
outputs at J12 and J13 provide the 50 MHz harmonics required for
2 to 4 GHz Synthesizers (L6fs) and Front-end IF Offset (F8) modules
respectively-
The 1050 MHz LPF is used to limit the output spectrum of the comb
so that any leakage of this signal does not interfere in the L-Band
observations (see below for L-Band interference problem).
3-1
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direct output of DCl is passed through a 3 dB attenuator (to improve
matching) and a 150/120 MHz BPF.
spectrum of the comb.
This provides a 100 to 200 MHz
This output is used to provide desired signals
at 100 and 200 MHz at Jacks J3 and J2 respectively, after amplification
and filtering by 10% bandwidth BPFs (see Fig. 5).
The module output power at
50, 100 and 200 MHz is adjusted to the specified values (see block
diagram for levels) by putting suitable attenuators between the
output band-pass filter and the appropriate OMQ connector.
Nominal
values of the pads used is 3 dB.
Also the 100 to 200 MHz spectrum is used to get 50 MHz by
mixing the signal with itself.
This 50 MHz is phase compared with
the 50 MHz reference from Ll to phase-lock the 50 MHz voltage
controlled crystal oscillator.
3-2
4.0
RFI SHIELDING
During testing of the two prototype units of the module on
antennas it was found that at all harmonics of 50 MHz very large
signals are radiated in the antenna Vertex Room.
L-Band observations virtually impossible.
This makes the
To keep the radiated
signals low enough it was found necessary to completely RFI shield
the module.
Serious radiation problems due to the 42 pin AMP
Connector hole in the back plate of the module was found.
Therefore
all the pins connected to the AMP Connector had to be filtered
and the connector hole had to be shielded.
Also high RF leakage
which varied with time was found from the OMQ connectors connecting
signals at 1200 and 1800 MHz to L3 (J8 and J9 outputs).
To solve
this problem it was decided that these two outputs will be SMA
connectors on a 0*141" semi-rigid cable extending out about 2"
from the back of the module.
This makes it necessary that before
pulling out a module from the rack two SMA connectors on the back
should be disconnected.
To protect from accidental pulling the
module back panel should be screwed to the rack bin plate using
a fastener.
4-1
5.0
CIRCUIT DETAILS
5.1.1-
50 MHz comb generator
The comb generator unit consists of a 10 dB attenuator,
a 32 dB gain 1 Watt output broadband amplifier (type
CA2810 made by TRW), a 11*5 dB directional coupler and a
50 MHz comb generator.
The comb generator design employs
a Step Recovery Diode in shunt mode.
For a discussion
of the theory and design of comb generators using Step
Recovery Diodes see Hewlett-Packard Application Notes
913 and 920.
5.1.2
Diode selection
Consider the selection of a suitable Step Recovery
Diode for impulse generator based on the requirements
for (i) transit time
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capacitance of the diode) assuming a 50 ft system, (iv)
diode package inductance
(v) power handling
capacity considering maximum dissipation power (P_.
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height of the impulse. For f . = 5 0 MHzr f = 2 GHz and
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in the impulse the diode hp 5082-0820 with x = 30 ns,
Tfc = 80 ps» cV R (6V) 1 1 PF ' VBR 1 45 Volts and package
inductance
= 1 nH and package capacitance C^ = 0*2 pF
is adequate.
5.1.3
Impulse generator - See Figure 3
For the comb generator application the pulse width, t^,
determines the power variation between the various harmonics
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to be good to about 2 GHz, the pulse width t ~ 300
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5.1.4
Matching, stability and bias circuits
The matching network consists of L3 and C2.
impedance across C i s
The
essentially resistive and is given
by R. ~ 2irf. Lq . Thus values of L3 = X /to. = 4 0 nH and
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Figure 3.
The stability of a Step Recovery Diode multiplier
is related to the impedance seen by the diode below
frequency f
and no high Q series resonance should be
allowed at low frequencies.
Therefore the RF choke L2
should not be bypassed to ground.
Values of Cl and Ll are
chosen to form a high pass filter at about 0*8 f . and
m
should be located close to diode closer than X. /4 (where
m
= wavelength at input frequency). The values of L2 = 10 pH,
Ll = 0*47 yH and Cl = 200 pF are used.
R^ = 2x/irCTN 2 where N = 1/2 f ^ t .
The bias resistor
In our case R^ = 2*39 ft.
The DC resistance of the 10 pH choke is about this value
and therefore it is directly put to ground.
The comb generator output coupling capacitance is
75 pF and is selected to pass the lower harmonics of
50 MHz without attenuating them.
5-2
5.2.1
Phase-lock loop - Reference Block Diagram D13230B21
and Schematic C13230S11 (Figure 4)
The 50 MHz signal, derived by dividing 100 to 200 MHz
spectrum of the 50 MHz comb and mixing it in mixer Ml, is
phase compared in mixer M2 with the 50 MHz +10 dBm reference
signal from 5 to 50 MHz VCXQ (Ll) module.
The phase error
output at the I-port of the balanced mixer M2 is terminated
at E7 by 51 ft (R29) and a 0*001 pF (C7).
This provides
about 50 ft at the sum term (100 MHz) and 50 MHz and a high
impedance at the difference term (DC) for maximum sensitivity.
The phase detector output is amplified by adjustable gain
amplifier ul.
It employs operational amplifier LM118
with feed back resistor R21 and DC offset pot Rl2.
Output
of the amplifier ul is adjusted to ±10 V peak-to-peak.
With resistive divider R18 and Rl9 a ±5 V p-p can be
monitored at E6 on the PC board and pin Pi-22 of the
AMP connector.
A remote open/close loop control is
provided by control switch AD7513 (U2).
A + TTL "1" to
pin Pl-21 and E4 opens the loop switch.
A 3-position
manual switch Si provides on board open/close position
for testing and remote position for remote operation.
The control switch (U2) output is connected to the loop
integrator U3 through R24.
R23 provides a bias return
for U3 when the switch U2 is open.
for U3 is provided by R7.
integration time constants.
DC offset adjustment
Cl, Rl and R24 form the
Output of the integrator
is applied to the 50 MHz VCXO through an isolating
resistor R2.
Monitoring cjf this voltage is provided
through an isolating resistor R3 at E3 and pin Pl-23.
A front panel indicator LED is connected anode to Ell
and cathode to El2.
When the integrator output has a
value of +2*5 V, Ql will begin to conduct and current
5-3
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Operation in the negative direction is through
Q2, the LED, R31 and CR2.
5.2.2
Loop characteristics
The basic purpose of the VCXO is to provide filtering
to eliminate harmonics of 5 MHz and to restrict the AM
and FM noise sidebands prior to further multiplication.
For the theory of operation of phase-lock loops and
terminology used here see Phase-Lock Techniques by
F.M. Gardner (John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York 1966).
The detector gain Kp is determined by the output
of the phase detector and the gain setting of Ul.
phase detector output is sinusoidal.
The
For R21 set to
give ±10 V p-p at the output of Ul we have
= 10 V/rad.
From the VCXO characteristics the oscillator control
sensitivity is 50 Hz/Volt.
Therefore the VCO gain
constant K = 2ir x 50 radian/Volt. We assume a loop
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bandwidth that will provide pull in and lock, with a
maximum open loop error of ±650 Hz (due to limits of the
loop integrator output at ±13 V and the VCO sensitivity
of 50 Hz/V).
Using the values for R24, Cl and Rl as
used in the circuit we calculate values of the loop
natural frequency u)^, the loop damping factor £ and
pull in range Au> .
P
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T 2 = Rl Cl = 10** x 0*1 = 0*001 S
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The loop tracks dynamically with an error of -40 dB/decade
below the loop corner frequency.
This would give an error
of about -90 dB at 1 Hz (1 Hz being over all 600 MHz loop
bandwidth at antenna) and provides excellent tracking of
5 MHz (x 10) oscillator signal.
Outside the loop natural
frequency u>n the frequency response falls off 20 dB/decade
and the signal spectrum rapidly becomes that of the 50 MHz
VCXO.
Spectrum Analyser dynamic range limits a direct
measurement of. signal to FM noise ratio at 5 or 50 MHz.
We estimate it using the following procedure:
a)
The 50 MHz VCXO specifications require that
output carrier to noise ratio in 1 MHz bandwidth
should be at least 100 dB.
Without detail data
of the noise spectrum it is hard to predict the
behavior exactly.
However it is reasonable to
assume that noise outside 100 Hz will be at
least 20 dB lower than around the carrier, i.e.
oscillator noise 100 Hz away from the carrier
will be z -180 dBc/Hz.
Within the loop natural
frequency of 282 Hz most of the noise will be
that due to the 5 MHz (x 10) VCXO.
b)
50 MHz VCXO power to the amplifier in comb
generator = 0 dan and the noise figure of
5-5
the amplifier = 8 dB.
c)
The noise power in 1 Hz bandwidth at room
temperature - -174 dBm/Hz.
d)
Therefore the signal-to-noise ratio at 600 MHz
in a 300 kHz bandwidth should be = -174 +
(NF = 8 dB) + 10 log (BW = 3 x 105) + 20 log
(600/50) = -89 dB.
Measured signal-to-noise ratio 3 MHz on either side
of the carrier using HP spectrum analyzer 141 T on the comb
output with a 600/50 MHz BPF is better than 86 dB.
is in good agreement with the estimated value.
This
Measurement
closer to the carrier is not possible due to the limits
of the spectrum analyzer.
5-6
6.0
PROCEDURE TO SET UP PHASE-LOCK LOOP - Reference Block Diagram
D13230B21 and Schematic C1323QS11
a)
Adjustment of the 50 MHz VCXO frequency - (i) with a
frequency counter on external reference (from Ll module)
and the VCXO frequency control port connected to ground
adjust the VCXO "Frequency" pot to measure 50,000,000
± 50 Hz on the counter,
(ii) with the VCXO frequency
control port connected to +10 V DC set the VCXO "MOD.SENS,
pot to give 50,000,500 ± 50 Hz and with -10 V DC read
49,999,500 ± 50 Hz.
b)
With all the module internal connections normal and (i) a
+10 dBm 50 MHz signal from LlJl to L2J10 and (ii) the
toggle switch Si on the phase-lock PC board in open
position adjust gain pot R21 to give a +10 V p-p at
Pl-22 (or E6) at about 500 Hz and pot Rl2 to set DC
offset to about zero (±100 mV).
c)
Close the toggle switch SI.
The loop should lock to
50,000,000 Hz on the counter and the frequency control
voltage as measured at Pl-23 (or E8) should be about
zero (±1 V ) .
d)
Check the phase error voltage at Pl-22 (or E6).
It
should be within -100 to +200 mV when the loop is locked.
Otherwise adjust the DC offset pot R7.
e)
Set the toggle switch Si to remote position.
+5 V DC to pin Pl-21.
The loop should open.
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+15*5 ± 1 * 5 dBm @ 200 MHz Output
+15*5 ± 1*5 dBm @ 100 MHz Output
+17 ± 2 dBm @ 50 MHz Output
-1*5 ± 1*5 dBm @ 1200 MHz Output
-1*5 ± 1*5 dBm @ 1800 MHz Output
+10 ± 1 dBm @ 50 MHz Input
50 MHz Comb -10 ± 5 dBm/line Output
50 MHz Comb -10 ± 5 dBm/line Output
JI4
J 15
J16
@
©
GND
DOUBLE WIDE MODULE
(REARVIEW)
PI
(REAR VIE W )
PI
FUNCTION
WIRE
COLOR
1 1
2 1
3 I
4 |
5
17
FUNCTION
WIRE COLOR
.
34
35
36
37
38
-M 5 V D C
— 15 V D C
Lo o p
t
25 |
|
50 MHz Comb Output Pow4r
26
27
1
28
29
30
31
32
33
I
18 _-Open 50 MHz
19 |
20 |
21 I
i
ro
22
50 MHz PLL Phase-Error1
2 3 j 50 MHz VCXO Control Vojtaqe
s i
7 |
8 |
9
IO
-f- 5 V D C
II
12
13
14
15
1S
PIN |
*
PIN |
PWR. G R O U N D
39
40
41
42 | HIGH QUAL. GROUND
(ConJ:rol. CMOS)
|
|
I N D I C A T E S A F U N C T I O N N OT F O U N D IN T H I S M O D U L E .
7-1
BLACK
!
8.0
BILLS OF MATERIALS
8-1
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR
VLA
MODULE s L02
C4TA 5 F T : 50/6C0
Mno- Q/S-Q/M
DESCR
L02
L02
102
102
102
102
L02
L02
102
L02
I 02
102
102
10?
102
1. 02
102
102
102
102
L02
102
102
102
L02
102
L02
102
102
L02
102
L02
L02
L02
10?
102
L02
102
L02
102
L02
LO?
L02
1.02
102
102
L02
102
1.02
10?
102
1 0?
DS A
EPCD
0 04
G 03
P 01
R 24
R 23
R 02
R 05
R 08
R Oft
R on
R 12
R 07
R 10
R 13
R 15
R 11
R 16
R 14
P 17
R 25
R 30
P 19
R 18
P 20
R 27
R 26
R 28
0. 29
P 22
R 21
f 03
r 05
c 06
c 0?
c 04
c 01
E 09
F 05
F 09
F 03
E 07
F 04
i 11
F 06
F 10
F 02
e
12
E 0!
U 01
U 03
I
5
3
2
2
2
2
3
4
I
2
1
i
1
1
4
1
I
12
2
VALUE
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
4 7 0 .0
470.0
470.0
6.8
6.8
1.0
1. 0
100.0
1 0 0 .0
3 0 .0
30.0
1 .0
1.0
1 .0
33.0
3 3 .0
33.0
33.0
39.0
2 00.0
200.0
47.0
51.0
2.2
1 0 0 .0
1.0
1 .0
1.0
1 .0
4700.0
0 .1
VHI
MULTIPLIER
MFG. PART NO.
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
UF
UF
UP
UF
PF
UF
A13230Z 30
Cl3230M67
RCR07 103-5S
RCR07 103-5S
PCR07 103 -5 5
RCR07 103-55
RCR07 1 03 -5 S
RCR07 4 7 1 -5 S
RCR07 4 7 1 -5 5
RCR07 4 7 1 -5 S
PCR07 68 2 -5 S
RCR07 6 8 2 - 5 S
3339H - 1 - 1 0 2
3339H - 1 - 1 0 7
RCR07 10 1-5 S
RCR07 10 1-5S
P.CP07 3 03 -5 S
RCP07 30 3 -5 S
RCR07 102-5S
RCP07 102-5 S
RCR07 102-5 5
RCP07 3 3 3 - 5 S
RCR07 3 3 3 - 5 S
RCR07 33 3 -5 S
Rr.R07 3 3 3 -5 S
PCR07 3 93-5 S
RCR07 201-5 S
RCP07 20 1 -5 5
RCR07 470-5 S
RCP07 510-5S
PCP07 2 22-5 5
3339H - 1 - 1 0 4
8 1 3 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1 - 105M
8 1 3 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1 - 105M
8 1 3 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1 - 105M
8 1 3 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1 - 105M
8 1 2 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1 - 472M
192°1049R8
15871587158715871587158715871587158715A715871587LMMRH
LM31AH
0 A T A L I S T I N G
PROJECT NO. 13230
MANUFACTURER
NRAO
NRsAO
BOURNS
ROURNS
BOURNS
PPIE
FRIE
FRIF
FPTE
ERIE
SPRAGUE
KEYSTONE
KEYSTONF
KFYSTONF
KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE
KFYSTONF
KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE
KFYSTONF
KFY ST ONE
KFYSTONF
NAT SEMICONO
NAT SPMjr.OND
DRAWING NO.: A1323CZ30
BOM: 50 MHZ PHASE LCCK BOARO
ITEM#
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
C)
9
9
10
10
1C
10
11
12
12
13
14
15
16
17
17
17
17
18
19
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
?l
BOM#
A13230Z30
A1323CZ 30
A13 230Z30
A13230Z30
A13 23 07 30
A13230Z30
A 13 2307 30
A13230Z30
A 13 230730
A 13 230Z 30
A13 23 QZ30
A 13 230Z 30
A13230Z30
A13230Z30
A13230Z30
A13 23 0Z30
A 132307.30
A13230Z30
A13230Z30
A 13 230Z 30
A13230Z30
A 13 23OZ30
A13 230Z 30
A13 23 0Z30
A13230Z30
A13 23 0Z30
A13230Z30
A13 230730
A13230730
A 132307 30
A 13 230Z30
A13230Z30
A132307.30
A13230Z30
A 13 230Z 30
A13230Z30
A 13 23 0Z 30
A 13230Z 30
A13230Z30
A 13230Z 30
A13230730
A13230Z30
A13230Z30
A 13230Z 30
A13 230Z30
A 13230Z30
A13230Z 30
A13 2307. 30
A 132307 30
A 13230730
A 132307 30
A 132307 30
DESCRIPTION
50 MHZ PHASE LCCK eCARC 0
50 MHZ PHASE LOCK BRD CRL6
RESISTOR 1/4W
RESISTOR 1/4W
RESISTOR 1/4V«
RESISTOR 1/4W
RESISTOR 1/4V
RESISTOR 1/4W
RESISTOR 1/4W
RFSISTOR 1/4VI
RESISTOR 1/4 W
RF SISTOR 1/4 Vs
POTENTIOMETER 4 TURN
POTENTT OMETFP 4 TURN
RESISTOR 1/4W
RFSISTOR 1/4W
RF SISTOR l/4V(
RESISTOR 1/4W
RFSISTOR 1/4W
RESI STOR 1/4W
RESISTOR 1/4H
RFSI STOR 1/4V*
RESISTOR 1/4W
RESISTOR l/4V<
RFSISTOR 1 / 4 *
RESISTOR 1/4W
RFSISTOR 1 / 4 V»
RFS I STOR 1/4W
RESISTOR 1/4W
RESISTOR 1/4K
RESISTOR 1/4W
POTENTIOMETFR 4 TUPN
CAPACITOR ,MONOLYfHlC 5 0V DC
CAPACIT CR , MCNTLYTHIC 5CVDC
CAPACITOR ,MONCLYTHTC 50VCC
CAPACIT CR ,MONOLY7HIC 50V DC
CAPACIT CP ,MONOLYTHIC 5 0VDC
CAPACITOR , yYLAR
TERMINAL, TURRET .1 2 5 4-40THD
TERMINAL, TLPPFT . 1 2 5 4-40THD
TERMINAL, TURRET . 1 2 5 4-40THD
TERMINAL, TURRET . 1 2 5 4-40THD
TERMINAL, TL’RPET . 12 5 4-40THD
TFPMINAL, TURRET . 125 4-40THD
TERMINAL, TURPET . 12 5 4-40THD
TERMINAL, TURPPT . 125 4 - 4 0 THD
TERMINAL, TUPPFT .125 4-40THD
TFPMINAL, TURPFT . 1 7 5 4-40THD
TFPMINAL, TCP °F T . 12 5 4-40THD
TERMINAL. TURRET .1 2 5 4-40THD
OP AMP
OP
AMP
0
COST
O.OC
0.00
0.06
0.06
0. 06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
O.Ofc
0 .0 6
0.06
1.53
1.53
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
O.Ofc
0.06
0. 06
0.06
0.06
O.Ofc
I .53
1.2 3
1.23
1.2 3
1.23
0.11
0.29
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.09
1.8 8
1.8 8
MOP-O/S-O/M
OESCP
L02
L 02
I 02
102
L02
L02
L02
L02
L02
L02
L02
102
LO?
L02
L02
J
l» 02
J
MPP
C 07
S 01
DSH
EPCA
0 01
CR 0?
CR 01
R 31
0 0?
X
EPCP
2
I
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
01
VALUE
0.001UF
750.0
MFG. PART NO.
OP-5178
AD7513KH
OP—51 71 C -T -2 3
1596-?
81 01-0*50-65 1-102 M
MTM106E-PC
C13230SII
B13230AB01
2N3904
1N914B
1N914B
RCP07 7 5 1 - 5 S
2N3906
3-LPS-B
C13230P40
MANUFACTURER
ITEM#
ROB NUGENT
ANALOG DEV
ROB NUGENT
KEYSTONE
ERIE
At.cn
NPAO
NPAO
MOTOROLA
GE
GE
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
25
30
31
31
32
33
34
35
MOTOROLA
CINCH
NRAO
BOM#
A 13230Z30
A 132307.30
A13230230
A 1323QZ3Q
A13 2.3 0Z30
A13230Z30
A13230Z 30
A13 23 0Z30
A 13230Z30
A 13230Z30
A 13 230Z30
A 13 230Z30
A13230Z30
A13230Z 30
A13 23 07.30
* * * TOTAL COST *
DESCRIPTION
SOCKET,8 PIN T 0 -5
SWITCH,ANALOG
SOCKET, 10 PIN TC-5
STANDOFF,SWAG? 2-56 3/8H
CAPACITOR,MONOLYTHIC 5 0VCC
SWITCH, TOGGLE PC
50 MHZ PHASE LCK BRO SCH 2
5 0 / 6 0 0 MF 7. VULT PHASE L0K4
TPANSISTOP,AMPLIFIER NPN
DIODE,GENL PUR
01CDE,GENL PUR
RESISTOR 1/4V.
TRANSISTOR,AMPLIFIER PNP
SOCKET,TRANSISTOR to - 5 . T 0 - 1 8
50 MHZ PHASE LCK BRO ASSY1
34.47 * * *
COST
1 .9 8
3. 50
3. ie
0.08
0 . 10
1.61
0.00
4.75
0.12
0.07
0.07
0.06
0. 12
0 .1 2
0.00
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR
I N G
MODULE-: LO2
DATA SET: 5 0 / 6 0 0 *HZ MULTIPLIER
MHO-0/S -Q/M
DESC&
1,0?
01
01
01
33
07
03
NST
MpM
MPM
MPM
MPM
Mt>M
DC 02
PO 03
PL 02
FL 01
CL 03
PL 04
PL 05
PL 06
P
P
r»
o n
p
t o ?
10?
10?
L02
102
10?
LO?
LO?
LO?
LO?
LO?
LO?
102
LO?
LO?
LO?
1 02
L02
LO?
LO?
L02
1.0?
102
L02
LO?
LO?
L 02
L
02
L
02
LO?
L02
L O ?
LO?
L O ?
L02
L
02
L O ?
1 02
LO?
LO?
L02
LO?
LO?
LO?
10?
L02
L O ?
LO?
L02
LO?
LO?
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
02
02
02
01
o t
01
01
02
01
03
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
Q4
38
16
2C
06
0?
0?
p
PD 01
DC 01
PD 02
VCXO
AT 01
AT 0?
A 02
A 03
M 01
M . 02
P
P
P
P
d
MSA
L 02
L 03
L 01
C 01
C 02
C 03
r.
04
r
06
C 05
OC 03
H
H
H
H
H
H
V« 01
VALUE
MFG. PART NO.
A13230766
C13210M04
0 1 3 ? 3 1MQ9-1
ni3231MO<3-2
D13231M1*
R13230M20
Z M O C -l O - l
7.MSC-2-1
4R120-50/20-0
4 B 1 2 0 - 1 5 0 / 1 20 -0
4R120-1800/180-0
4R 1 2 0 - 1 2 0 0 / 1 2 0 - 0
4B12 0 - 1 0 0 / 2 0 - 0
4R 1 2 0 -2 0 0 / 2 C-0
OSM-201-1A
0SM-201-1
OSM-218
0MQ-3043-75
OSM-531-3
H - f i- 4
DCG-1 0 -4
T - 1000
VCXO-IO
F P 8 7 -0 3
F P37 -03
UTA-8713M
UTA-8713M
MIA
1A
2 0 4 1 8 6 -5
2 0 2 39 4 -2
2 02514 -1
2 0 0 8 3 3 -4
203964-6
A 13230Z30
42605
42605
42605
8 1 4 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1 - 2 2 5M
CS 13BE156K
8 1 4 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1-225M
CS 13BFI 56K
R 1 4 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1 - 2 2 5M
C S I3BF6 85K
2023-6121-06
47-10-204-10
PHSS 4 - 4 0 X C . 250
PHSS 6-3 2 X 1900
FHSS 6 - 3 2 X 0 .3 75
PHSS 2 - 5 6 X C . 250
PHSS 2 - 5 6 X 0 . 5 0 0
UA78M24IJC
M
PROJECT NO. 13230
MANUFACTURER
NRAO
NRAO
NRAO
NRAO
NRAO
NRAO
MINI CKT LABS
MINI CKT LARS
KCL MICROWAVE
KCL MICROWAVE
KCL MICROWAVE
K6L MICROWAVE
K6L MICROWAVE
Kf.L MICROWAVE
OMNI-SPECTRA
CMNI-SPECTRA
OMNI-SPECTRA
OMNI-SPECTRA
CMNT-SPFCTPA
ANZAC
ANZAC
ANZAC
ISOTEMP
TEX SCAN
TEXSCAN
AVANTEK
AVANTEK
WATKINS JOHN
WATKINS JOHN
AMP SPEC IND
AMP SPEC IND
AMP SPEC IND
AMP SPFC IND
AMP SPEC IND
NRAO
FREED TRANS
FORED TRANS
FREFD TRANS
ERI p
SPRAGUE
ERIE
SPRAGUE
ERIE
SPRAGUE
OMNI-SPECTRA
SOUTHCO
HW
HW
HW
HW
HW
FAIRCHILD
DRAWING NO.: A13230Z66
BOM: 50 MHZ HARM GEN TOP ASSY 0
'EM#
01
02
03
05
C6
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21.
22
23
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
34
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
ROM#
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z 66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 1323 CZ66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z 66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A1323 07.66
A13230Z66
A13 2 3 0 Z 6 6
A13230Z66
A13230Z 66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13 230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230766
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A132 307 66
A132307.66
A13230Z 66
A13230766
A 13230Z66
A 13230766
A13230Z66
A 132307 66
A13230766
DESCR IPTION
cost
o,oc
50 MHZ HARM GEN TCP ASSY 0
PANEL, RFAR
E
15.
32.00
BAR, SUPPCRT, TCP
G
BAR, SUPPORT, BOTTCM
32.00
G
PARTITION PLATE
H
3 2 . OC
A
PANEL, FRONT
27.44
11 - 5 0 R •0 IR CPLR 300MHZ-1GHZ
40.00
2 WAY POWEP DIVIDER
50.00
45.00
FILTER,TUBULAR BP
FILTER,TUBULAR BP
45.00
FILTFP,TURULAR RP
45.00
45.00
F I L T E R , TUeULAR R°
FILTER,TUBULAR RP
45.00
FILTER.TUBULAR RP
45.00
CONNECTOP ,PLUr» U 1 S R
0.85
CONNECTOR, PLUG 14ISR
0.94
ADAPTEP,STP0H7 PIUG/PLUG
4. 56
JACK, RL KHD PP MCL'NT 141SR
1 .5 0
PLUG RT ANGL RG188
3. 57
2 WAY POWER C1VTCER
200.00
COUPLER,ICDB 30MHZ-IGHZ
64.00
2 WAY POWER CIVTCER
80.00
OSCILLATCR,VCLT CCNTR 5 0 MHZ 1 7 8 .0 0
3DB ATTENUATOR
35.00
3DB ATTENUATCR
3 5 . OC
A M P L IF IE R , 1-2GHZ
218.00
A M PLIF IE R, 1-2GHZ
218.00
MIX.DBL RAL CC-IGHZ SMA CON 72 .00
MIX,DBL RAL CC-IGHZ SMA CCN
72.00
BLCCK,PIN 42 M1XFC
1 .6 8
HOOD, PIN <42 AND 50 BLOCK)
0.87
GROUND GUICE PIN
0 . t<?
GUIDE PIN
0.23
GUIOE SOCKET
0.21
50 MHZ PHASE LOCK BOARD 0
O.OC
TOROIDAL INDUCTCR G.1MH
8.90
TOROIDAL INCL'CTOR C.1MH
8.9C
TORCIDAL INCUCTCR O.IMH
8.90
CAPACITOR,MONOLYTHIC 50VDC
1 .2 3
CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 20VCC
0.24
CAPACITCR,M0NCLYTHIC 50VCC
1 .2 3
CAPACITOR.TANTALUM 20V0C
0. 24
CAPACITCR,MCNCLYTHIC 50VCC
1 .2 3
CAPACITOR.TANTALUM 35VOC
0. 24
DIRECTIONAL CCUPLFR 1-2 'GHZ 110.00
FASTNEP, CAPTIVF
0.67
PAN HEAD SLOTTED SS
0.02
PAN HEAD SLCTTEC SS
0.02
FLAT HEAO SLCTTED SS SCREW
0.02
PAN HEAD SLCTTED SS
0.02
PAN HFAD SLOTTED SS
0.02
f24V VOLTAGE RFGUIATOR
1.00
MOO-
L02
in ?
1.02
I 0?
t ft?
1 02
10?
10?
1 02
1 0?
to?
10?
10?
LO?
\ 0?
10?
1 02
LO?
1 0?
102
L02
Q/S-O/M
01
01
15
01
01
IQ
oa
oa
44
01
01
01
0?
09
04
01
09
01
01
01
DESCR
VR 0?
A 01
CGI
CR
H
MPM
H
H
MPM
MPM
MPM
*T
MPM
MPM
BD
P .
H
MPM
FL 07
VAHJ?
MFG. PART NO.
UA78M241JC
A 132302 67
A13?3076P
51-723-301
B13230AA19
MV502 5
M12-A
B13231M27
HSHS 6 - 3 2 X 1,250
SSTIM-MP
GA5KFTAMPC0NN
B13231M32
B13231M34
2 0 -1 1 1 0 1
B 13231M31
B13231M30
0 1 3230B 21
2 0 4 IB B - 1
1411-4
B 13231M26
6 L 120-1050-0
manufacturer
FAIRCHILD
NPAO
NR AO
SPEC CONTROL
NPAO
MONSANTO
KfiL MICROWAVE
NRAO
HW
PANDUIT
TECKNIT
NPAO
NPAO
TFCKNIT
NPAO
NRAO
NPAO
AMP SPFC INO
H H SMITH
NRAO
K£L MICROWAVE
ITEM#
BOM#
45
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z 66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230Z66
A13? 30Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A13230Z66
A 13230766
A13230766
A13230Z66
A13230Z 66
A13230Z66
A 13? 30Z66
***
T OT AL
C OS T =
DESCR IPTICN
*•24V VOLTAGF REGILATOR
BROAD BANC AMPL ASSY
0
50 MHZ CCMR GEN ASSY
0
R Fl SUPP FILTFR 5CLOER
FRONT PANEL SILKSCPEEN
5
LED,RED
MOUNTING CLIP
M
PAPTITICN PL/TE SPACER
HEX-SOCKET HD SLCTTED SS
T I E WPAP,CABLE
PFR B13231M36
POWER CONN SHIELO BOX
L
GASKET, SHIELD BCX
IJ
1/8 ROUND PF J BRATD
PWP CONN PIN CNTP FERRUL EM
PWP CONN SHIELD SPACER
M
BLOCK DIAGRAM
7
CONTACT, FIN
LUG,TERMINAL LOCK
REAR SPACER
M
FILTER,TUBULAR LP
2111.88 ***
COST
I .00
o .o c
o.oc)
?.rtO
0«00
0.30
0 . 0 f>
5 .0 0
0.02
0 .0 2
2.25
5.00
2.00
1 .80
0.5C
1.50
O.OC
0.23
0.1 5
2.00
1 10 .00
100-200 MHz AMPLIFIER
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR
LA
MODUl?: 102
DATA S F T : 50/6C0 NHZ MULTIPLIER
MOD- O/S-Q/N
DFSCR
102
102
102
102
NS A
DS A
MPN
H
P
P
P
MPZ
MSB
H
V.PZ
H
H
H
to?
1.02
to?
L02
L02
L02
•102
LO?
L02
L02
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
04
01
05
05
02
VALUE
MFG. PART NO.
A 13230Z 67
C13230P58
B 1323 1M 17
PHSS 6 - 3 2 X 0.5 62
2 0 5 2- 55 1 6
3 3 0 - 0 0 1 7 6 7 - 0C1
3 8 -0 0 05 9 3
UC2-M
A13230Z69
PHSS 4 - 4 0 X 0 . 2 5 0
B 13231MU
PHSS 0 - 8 0 X 0.1 88
SLWS #0
813231M36
DATA
L I S T I N G
PROJFCT NO. 13230
1ANUFACTURER
NRAO
NRAO
NPAO
HW
OMNI-SPECTRA
AVANTEK
AVANTFK
AVANTEK
NRAO
HW
NRAO
HW
HW
NRAO
DRAWING NO.: A13230Z67
BOMi BROAD BAND AMPL ASSY
ITEM#
BOM#
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
C9
10
11
12
13
14
A13230Z67
A 13230Z 67
A13230Z67
A 13230Z67
A13230Z67
A13230Z67
A 13230Z67
A13230Z67
A13230Z67
A13230Z67
A13 230Z67
A132307 67
A13230Z67
A13230Z67
***
TOTAL COST=
DESCR IPTICN
BRCAD BANC Af'PL ASSY
0
BROAD BANO A^PL ASSY
1
M
COMB GFN/AMPL SPACER
PAN HEAD SLCTTED SS
JACK/TERM 4 HOLF FLANGE
Uf VOLTAGE ACCESSCPY PACK
UC ACCESSCRY PACK
ENCLOSURE
BROAD BANC A^P PCe ASSY 0
PAN HEAD SLOTTED SS
STEP REC CICCF PB AND A^PLU
PAN HEAD SLCTTED SS
SPL I T*-l. OCK WASHFR SS
GASKET
U
76. 82 * * *
0
COST
C.OC
0.00
5.00
0.02
5.00
5.00
2.50
25.00
0.00
0.02
3 0 .0 0
0.02
0.02
2.00
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR
VLA
MODULE: L02
D A T A SFT : 5 0 / 6 CO W Z
MOD- C /S - Q / M
DESCR
L02
L 02
L O?
L02
102
LO?.
LO?
LO?
t 02
L02
L02
L 02
L 02
LO?
L 02
NS A
D SA
MPN
H
P
P
MPZ
NSB
H
MPZ
H
H
H
H
MPM
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
04
01
05
05
01
02
01
VALUF
D A T A
L
P R O J E C T NO*
S T I N G
1710
D R A W I N G NO.:
A13230Z68
FJOM 1
50 M H Z C O v e G E N A S S Y
MU L T ! PLl E R
M FG. P A R T NO.
A13230Z68
C 1 3 2 3 0 P 59
B13231M17
PH SS 6-32 X 0.562
2 0 5 ? —5 5 1 6
330-001767-001
UC2-M
A 1 3 2 3 0 Z 70
PHSS 4- 40 X 0.250
B13231M11
PHS S 0 -8 0 X 0.188
S L W S ff0
622-000401-001
B13231M36
GASKFTSR
MANUFACTURER
NRAQ
NRAO
NPAO
HW
OMNI-SPECTRA
avantek
AVANTEK
N&AO
HW
NRAO
HW
HW
AVANTEK
NRAO
TECKNIT
'EM#
B O M#
01
02
03
04
05
06
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
A13230Z68
A 1323 OZ 68
A13230Z68
A13230Z68
A 13230Z68
A13230Z68
A 13230Z68
A13230Z68
A 13230Z68
A13230Z68
A13230Z68
A 13230Z68
A I3230Z68
A13230Z68
A13230Z68
*** TOTAL COST*
DESCRIPTION
0
50 M HZ C C M B G E N ASSY
1
50 MHZ C O K B G ?N ASSY
M
C O M B G E N / A M P l S P A CE R
P A N H E A D S L O T T E D SS
J A C K / T E R M 4 HCLE FLANGE
UC V O L T A G E A C C E SS OR Y PACK
ENCLOSURE
0
CO MB GEN PCB AS SY
P A N H E A D S L O T T E D SS
S T E P R EC D I O D E B 0A K D A M P L U
P A N H E A D S L O T T E C SS
S P L I T - L C C K W A S H E R SS
PLUG
U
GASKET
PER B 1 3 2 3 1 M 3 4
78.57 ***
0
COST
0.00
0.00
5.00
0.02
5.00
5.00
25.00
0.00
0.02
30.00
0.02
0.02
. oc
2.00
2.25
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR
100-200 MHz AMPLIFIER
VLA
M O D U L E : L0 2
D AT A S F T : 5 0 / 6 C 0
MPQ- C / S - Q / M
DESCP
LO?
10?
10?
102
*.0?
L02
L02
L02
LO?
L02
LO?
L02
NSB
EP C P
EPCA
FPC.D
P
A1
CR 01
C
01
L
01
R
01
R 02
OSH
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
A
L I S T I N G
P R O J E C T NO.
13230
D R A W I N G N O .:
A1323CZ69
BOM:
RP.OAC B AN C A M P PC (3 A S S Y
KHZ M U L T I P L I E R
VALUE
0.1
1.0
220.0
1.0
OAT
MEG.
UF
UF
K
PART
NO.
A13230Z69
C13230P57
B13230AB32
B13231M10
PSC-2:1
CA2810
5082-2800
8 1 3 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 I - 1 OAM
0230-20
&CR05 221-5S
P C R 0 5 102-5';
B13230S28
MANUFACTURER
NRAO
Nf$AO
NRAO
NRAO
MINI C K T L A B S
TRW
H E WLETT PACK
ERIE
MILLER
NRAO
ITEM#
BOM #
A 1323 0 Z6 9
A 132 30Z 69
A13230Z69
A 132 30Z 69
A 13 2 3 0 7 6 9
A1323 0769
A 1 3 230Z 69
A 1 3 23 0 Z69
A13230Z69
A13230Z69
A 1323 0Z6 9
A13230Z69
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
***
to t a l
cost=
OESCRTPTICN
B R C A O B A N C AMP PCG A S S Y
0
BPO AD B AN C AMP PCB ASSY
I
A M P C 2 - W A Y PWP O T V P C B A W 4
A M P L t 2 - W A Y PWR H I V D P D6
P O W E R t S P L T P 3CB . 1 - 4 0 0 M H Z
WIDE BAND AKFIIFIFR
DIODE,HOT CARRIER
C A P A C I T O R t M O N O L Y T H I C 50V
C H C K E ?R F M C R C MI N A T U R E
R E S I S T O R 1/8W
R E S I S T O R 1/PW
A M P L f. 2 - W A Y P W R D I V S C H 2
61.58 ***
0
COST
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
9.45
50.00
1 .20
0. 19
0.30
0 .2 2
0.22
0.00
50 MHz HARMONIC GENERATOR
VLA
MODULE: L02
nAT A SET:
50/6C0
NHZ MU L T I PL TEW
MOD- O / S - Q / M
OESCP
M*G.
L02
L02
L02
LO?
L02
L02
LO?
1.02
LO?
102
102
L02
L02
L02
L02
L02
L02
LO?
L 02
L02
L02
LO?
MSB
EPCP
EPCA
c °cn
DSH
6 01
P
CR 01
C
01
C
02
c 03
c 04
c 05
c 06
L
01
02
L
L
03
04
L
R
01
R
02
P. 03
R
04
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
02
01
VALUE
200.0
2 00.0
6R0.0
16.0
75.0
0.1
0.47
10.0
6R.0
100. C
1 00.0
51.0
pe
PF
PF
PF
PF
Mc
MH
MH
O A T A
L I S T I N G
P R O J E C T NO.
PART
NO.
A13230Z70
C13230P60
R13230AB31
R13231M08
C13230S29
CA2810
PC010-1B
HP0820
ATC-B-201-K-P-300
A T C - B - 2 0 1 - K —P - 3 0 0
AT C - B - 6 9 1 - K - P - 100
ATC-B-IA0-K-P-500
A T C - B - 7 5 Q - K - P - 5 00
8 1 3 1 - 0 5 0 - 6 5 1-104M
9230-12
9230-44
C13230P60
C 13230P60
RC.R05 6 8 0 - 5 S
R C P 0 5 101 —5 S
RCR05 101-5S
RCR05 510-5S
MANUFACTURE*
NRAO
NRAO
NRAO
NRAO
NP AO
TRW
MIN I C K T LABS
H E W L E T T PACK
A M P R T E C H CEP
A M E & T E C H C ER
AMFR T EC H CER
AMPR TFC H CER
A M E P T E C H CER
ERIE
FILLER
MILLER
NRAO
NRAO
13230
D S A W t N G NO.:
A1323CZ70
OOMt
C O M B GEN PCB A S S Y
ITEM#
01
02
0?
04
08
09
10
11
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
?l
21
22
BOM#
A 1 3 2 3 OZ 70
A13230Z70
A13230Z70
A 1 3 2 3 0 Z 70
A13230Z70
A 1 3 2 3 0 Z 70
A 1 3 2 3 0 Z 70
A13230Z70
A 13230Z70
A 13230Z70
A 1 3 ? 3 0 Z 70
A13230Z70
A13230Z70
A 1 3 2 3 0 Z 70
A13230Z70
A 1 3 2 3 0 Z 70
A 1 3 2 3 0 Z 70
A1323 0770
A L32307 70
A 13 23 0 Z7 0
A I3?3 07. 70
A 1 3 2 3 0 Z 70
*** TOTAL
C0ST=
0
COST
DESCRIPTION
0
C O M B G E N PCB A S S Y
SO MHZ C O M B G E N PCB A S S Y 1
STEP RECOV E R Y DICDE PCB
4
S T F P R E C C V DI CDF PR DI AG 6
COMB GEN SCHEM AT IC
?
WIDE BAND AMPLIFI ER
COUPLER,1C0B
STFP R E C O V E R Y DICCE
PORCELAIN CHIP CAPACITORS
P O R C E L A I N CHIP C A P A C I T O R S
P CPCELAIN CHIP CA PA CITORS
PORCELAIN CHIP CAPACTTCRS
PORCELAIN CHIP CAPACITORS
C A P A C I T C R ,MQ NCLYTH1C 50V
C H O K E , . 4 7 M H 10?
CHCKE,10MH
10T
50 MHZ C O M B G E N PCB A S S Y 1
50 PHZ C C V B G EN PCS A S S Y 1
R E S I S T O R 1/8W
R E S I S T O R 1 /eW
R E S I S T O R 1/8W
R E S I S T O R 1/8W
207.32
* * * T O T A L C O S T FOR M O D U L E
0.00
O.OC
O.OC
0.00
O.OC
50.00
100. 00
25.00
6.00
fc.00
6.00
6. 00
6.00
0.19
0.65
0.60
O.OC
0.00
0.2?
0. 2 2.
0.??
0.22
***
LC2
IS
2 5 7 0 . 6 4 ***
9.0
SPECIFICATIONS AND MANUFACTURER'S DATA SHEETS
9-1
NATIONAL RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA
VERY LARGE ARRAY PROJECT
SPECIFICATION NO-:
NAME:
13220N1
Voltage Controlled XTAL Oscillator
DATE: February 13, 1974
APPROVED BY:
PREPARED BY:
Overtone resonator, fundamental oscillator and buffer amplifier output
1.
TYPE:
2.
OUTPUT FREQUENCY:
3.
OUTPUT POWER:
10.0 mW min.
4.
OUTPUT IMPEDANCE:
50 n
= 50 MHZ
5.
-7
a.
Setability
1 x 10
= 5 Hz over temp, range in 9.a
b.
Setability Range
a combination of mech. trim for 5 years
aging and electrical trim for 30 day aging
6.
7.
a.
Voltage/Freq. Control
= + .5 kHz, + 10 V 3 point average
b.
Linearity Af/AV
= .9 to 1.1
c.
Tuning Rate
- 0 to 10 kHz full deviation
d.
Input Impedance
= 2000 ft or greater DC to 10 kHz
FREQUENCY STABILITY Af/fQ
_8
= 1 x 10
in .01 seconds
1 x 10
—
8
in .1 seconds
-8
1 x 10
in 1.0 seconds
_g
2 x 10
in 10 seconds
-7
1 x 10
m
8.
OUTPUT CNR
8 hours
=s 100 dB in 1 MHz BW
30 day drift must not limit 6 (a) (b)
Specification No. 13220-1A1
9.
-
2
-
ENVIRONMENTAL
a-
Design to operate at a stable ambient or mounted on a controlled heat sink
of 0.1° rms in the range of 20° to 55°C.
10.
b-
Warm up 30 m m - to 1 x 10
c.
Maintain Af/f = 1 x 10
-7
-7
of last setting.
for any position (static lg any direction)
POWER SOURCE
Supplies Available
11.
= +_ 15V, (+ 15V reg. .01%)
DESIGN (WITH OVEN IF NECESSARY):
Smallest possible size and power consumption.
Height not over 1.0”
.
12.
INPUT POWER LEADS:
lent.
Solder connections feed-thru filter A-B type SF or equiva­
No leads on top or bottom.
13.
INPUT MODULATION:
14.
OUTPUT:
Solder F. T. internal RF decoupling of 100 dB or greater.
Solder F. T.
Maximum Ratings
Oper at i ng Temperature Range
-65° C to +200° C
Storage Temperature Range. .
-65° C to +200*C
200° C - T CASE
DC Power D is sip a tio n ...............
Electrical Specifications and Typical Parameters at TA=25°C
Ceramic Packaged Devices
^Typicai:^
Device- Package O utputs;
Type . Outline Frequency
5082-.^
& Range d
V; [GHzJ 'i
Typical
O utput
Pow er
(2) LW1
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s v r v p rc a if^ p
-'■Junction- Minimum . Minimum
T ransition-Time^ ^Typical
Typical
Capacitance Breakdown
Cutoff >Thermal • >
Lifetime*
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a t - 6 V * ( 3 l v ■Voltage*^ Frequency
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Electrical Specifications and Typical Parameters at
Glass Packaged Devices'5’
Device v. ; Maximum Junction ^
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MODEL T-1000
BROADBAND INPHASE (ISO-T) 2-WAY
POWER DIVIDER
10 M H z - 1 GHz
F EA T U R ES
El
E2
£2
E3
G
High Isolation
Low I nsertion Loss
Phase Balance 2° Max.
Broadband Frequency Range — 10 MHz - 1 GHz
Standard Connector Types: BNC, TNC, SMA, N
G U A RAN TEED SP EC IFIC A TIO N S
10 M H z- 1 G H z
Frequency Range:
Isolation — Ports C to D :
10-20 MHz
25 db Min.
20-500 MHz
500 MHz - 1 G H z
30 db Min.
25 db Min.
Insertion Loss:
10 M H z - 5 0 0 MHz
500 MHz - 1 G H z
0.5 db Max.
0.8 db Max.
V SW R :
10-20 MHz
1.5 : 1 Max.
1.3 : 1 Max.
20 MHz - 1 G H z
Impedance:
Amplitude Balance:
50 ohms (all ports)
0.2 db Max.
Phase Balance:
2 ° Max.
Input Power:
2.5 Watts Max. (see Note)
Temperature Range:
-54° to + 9 5 °C
N O T E : Dissipation in the internal resistor of the T-1000 should
not exceed 0.5 watt. If the VSW R of the two loads is
and K 2 ,
the applied power P should not exceed:
0.5
P
L k,+ i j
+
w atts
r^ rr
L^+iJ
Thus, with a V SW R of 2 on both loads P -^ 2 .2 5 watts.
This is a worst case formula, which assumes that the two load
reflections are out of phase at the output ports. If they are iden­
tical, P may be several times larger.
Anzac Electronics. A Division of Adams-Russelt
27
DESCRIPTION
The Model T-1000 in-phase (ISO-T) 2-way power divider/
combiner provides broad frequency coverage (10 MHz 1 GHz) with high isolation and low insertion loss in a rugged,
compact (only 1-11/32" sq.) package. The device is intend­
ed as a broadband power divider and signal combiner.
Power fed into the sum port is divided equally between the
two sidti ports, whose outputs are in phase. Conversely, two
signals fed into the side ports are vectorially added at the
sum port.
M ECHANICAL DATA
d
I
f e .
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l
CONNECTOR
3 P LA CES
irrf —vggr- bit * *niri
Hi!
J±Jhj73-"°
c—
:t f . ■ 71
-r-n020
7„5°
ENVIRONMENTAL
This Device Has Been Designed to Meet the Following Envi­
ronmental and Physical Conditions of M IL-STD -202:
Thermal Shock:
Method 107, Test Condition
A -55° C to 8 5 °C , 30 minutes
at temperature extremes, 5
cycles
Humidity:
Method 103, Test Condition
B (96 hours)
Barometric Pressure:
Method 105, Test Condition
D 100,000 feet
Moisture Resistance:
Life Test:
Method 106
Vibration:
High Impact Shock:
Method 108, Test Condition
B (250 hours)
Method 204, Test Condition
B 10-2,000 Hz, 15 G peak
Method 207
ORDERING INFORMATION
Please specify Model No. and Connector Type
when ordering.
Model T-1000:
$90.00 (1-5 Qty.)
Connector Types:
Availability:
BNC, TNC, SMA, N
Stock
Terms:
Net 30, f.o.b. factory
Mounting A rea:
Volume:
Wsight (opprox.)
1.9 sq. in.
1.4 cv. in.
2.5ovnc«s
S C H E M A T IC
12.3 sq.cm.
2 3 co. cm.
71 grams
lOdb BI-DIRECTIONAL
COUPLER
30 fVSHz — 1 GHz
F EA T U R ES
Wide Frequency Range — 30 MHz - 1 GHz
£ i Constant Coupling Within ± 0.5 db (Output to Output)
K* Small Size, Light Weight
El- Standard Connectors: BNC, TNC, SMA or N
T Y P IC A L PERFO RM A N CE
G U A R A N T EED S P EC IFIC A T IO N S
Frequency Range:
V SW R :
30 MHz - 1 G H z
Impedance:
50 ohms
Main Line Loss (above theo­
retical 0.46 db power split):
Coupling (Output to Output):
Directivity:
100
to o
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1.35 : 1 Max.
1.0 db Max.
Input Power:
10.0 ± 0 .5 db Max.
20 db Min.
5 Watts Max.
Operating Temperature Range:
-55°C to +85°C
nesucacT ms
COUPLIN G
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This Device Has Been Designed to Meet the Following Environ­
mental and Physical Conditions of M IL-STD -202.
Thermal Shock:
Method 107, Test Condition A
-55°C to + 85°C, 30 minutes at
temperature extremes, 5 cycles
Hum idity:
Method 103, Test Condition B
(96 hours)
Method 105, Test Condition D
100,000 feet
Barometric Pressure:
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D IR E C T IV IT Y
PORT A
Moisture Resistance:
Method 106
Life Test:
Method 108, Test Condition B
(250 hours)
PO R T
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Method 204, Test Condition B
10-2,000 Hz, 15 G peak
PO R T C
High Impact Shock:
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M ECH A N ICA L DATA
d e s c r ipt io n
The Model DCG-10-4 directional coupler operates over a
frequency ranye of 30 MHz - 1 GHz. Its main line loss of
only 1.0 db Max. (above the theoretical 0.46 db power
split) makes this device superior to a 3 db hybrid when
used as a reference for levelling radio frequency sources.
U N LE S S O TH €**n $E
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Mounting Area:
Volum*:
Weight (approx )
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1.4 cu. in.
1.76 ounces
co n n ecto r bn c
3 PLA CES
123 sq. cm.
2 3 cu. cm.
50 gram*
SCH EM ATIC
ORDERING IN FORMATION
Please specify Model No. and Connector Type when ordering.
Model DCG-10-4:
$75.00 {1-5 Qty.)
Connector Types:
BNC, TNC, SMA or N
Availability:
Stock
Terms:
Net 30, f.o.b. factory
Printed in U.S.A.
39 Green Street, Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 * (617) 899-1900 • TW X 710-324-6484
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HIGH ISOLATION: >45 dB (TYP.)
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Guaranteed Specifications*
Characteristics
Min.
Conversion Loss (SS8)
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Max.
Test Conditions
7.5 dB
ft & fR 10 MHz to 100 MHz
f, dc to 100 MHz
dB
fL & fR 3 MHz to 1000 MHz
f, 1000 MHz
7.5 dB
fL & fR 10 MHz to 100 MHz
f, .4 MHz to 100 MHz
10
Noise Figure (SSB)
10
dB
Storage
Temperature___ -65°C to + 100°C
Operating
Temperature___ -54°C to +100°C
Peak Input Power........................50 mW
Peak Input Current......................50 mA
Schem atic Diagram
ft & fR 3 MHz to 1000 MHz
f, .4 MHz to 1000 MHz
Mixer isolation
fL at R
40 dB
fL at I
40 dB
fL at R
fL at I
20 dB
30 dB
3 -1 0 0 MHz
100 - 1000 MHz
*These specifications apply to a mixer used in a 50-ohm system with an fL source of +7 dBm available A short
circuit at the l-port for the unwanted sideband will usually improve C L and NF by 0.5 dB. The 1000 MHz upper
frequency range may be extended to 1200 MHz by ordering option 11 (M1A-11).
Weight
Connectors
Outline Drawing
45 grams (1.6 oz.)
maximum
BNC, TNC, SMA
NOIT: DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.
46
LM318
absolute maximum ratings
Supply Voltage
Power Dissipation (Note 1)
Differential Input Current (Note 2)
Input Voltage (Note 3)
Output Short-Circuit Duration
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Lead Temperature (Soldering. 10 sec)
electrical characteristics
P A R A M ETER
±20V
500 mW
±10 m A
±15V
Indefinite
0 °C to 7 0 °C
- 6 5 °C to 150° C .
3 0 0 °C
(Note 4)
CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UN ITS
Input Offset Voltage
T a = 25°C
4
10
mV
Input Offset Current
T a * 25°C
30
200
nA
Input Bias Current
T a = 25’ C
150
500
0.5
nA
Input Resistance
T A = 25° C
Supply Current
T a = 25°C
Large Signal Voltage Gain
T a - 25°C. V s * ± 15V
V 0 u t = ± 1 0 V .R L > 2 ltf2
25
200
V/mV
Slew Rate
t A = 25°C. V s = +15V. Av = 1
50
70
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T A = 25°C, V s = ±I5V
15
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3
5
10
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Input Offset Voltage
15
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Input Offset Current
300
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Input Bias Current
750
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Large Signal Voltage Gain
Vs =* ±15V, V q u t * ilO V
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2 kR
V/mV
20
Output Voltage Swing
V s = ±15V. R L = 2 k fi
±12
Input Voltage Range
Vs = +15V
±11.5
±13
V
V
Common Mode Rejection Ratio
70
100
d8
Supply Voltage Rejection Ratio
65
80
dB
Not* 1: The maximum junction temperature o* the LM318 is 85*C. For operating at elevated temperatures, devices in the
TO-5 package must be derated based on a thermal resistance of 150*C/W. Junction to ambient, or 45°C/W. Junction to case.
The thermal resistance of the dual-in-line package is 100*C/W, junction to ambient.
Note 2: Tha inputs are shunted with b*ck-to-bacV diodes for overvoltage protection. Therefore, excessive current will (low II
• differentia* input voltage in excess of 1V.is applied between the inputs unless some limiting resistance is used.
Not* 3: For supply voltages less than * 15V, the absolute maximum input voltage is equel to the supply voltage.
Note 4: These specifications apply for *5V £ Vs £ *20V and 0°C £ TA £ 70* C. unless otherwise specified. For proper
operation, the power supplies must be bypassed with 0.1 jtF disc capacitor*.
2-176
O p erational A m p lifiers
LM318 operational amplifier
general description
for operation. However, unlike most internally
compensated amplifiers, external frequency com­
pensation may be added for optimum performance.
For inverting applications, feedforward compen­
sation will boost the slew rate to over 150V//i*
and almost double the bandwidth. Overcompensa­
tion can be used with the amplifier for greater
stability when maximum bandwidth is not needed.
Further, a single capacitor can be added to reduce
the 0.1% settling time to under 1 ps.
The LM 313 is a precision high speed operational
amplifier designed for applications requiring wide
bandwidth and high slew rate. It features a factor
of ten increase in speed over general purpose
devices without sacrificing D C performance.
features
■ 15 MHz small signal bandwidth
■ Guaranteed 5 0 V his slew rate
The high speed and fast settling time of these op
amps make them useful in A / 0 converters, oscil­
lators, active filters, sample and hold circuits, or
general purpose amplifiers. These devices are easy
to apply and offer an order of magnitude better
A C performance than industry standards such as
the LM709.
■ Maximum bias current of 50 0 nA
■ Operates from supplies of ±5V to ±20V
■ Internal frequency compensation
■ Input and output overload protected
■ Pin compatible with general purpose op amps
The LM 3T8 has internal unity gain frequency com­
pensation. This considerably simplifies its applica­
tion since no external components are necessary
Th e LM 318 is specified for operation over 0 °C
to 70°C.
schematic diagram and typical application
connection diagrams
Matal Can Package*
Dual-1n-Lina Package
Dual-In-Lin* Paekaga
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diagram and typical application* ar* for
TO-5 package.
Order Number LM318H
See Package 11
Ordar Nnmbar LM318N
Saa Package 20
Ordar NuMbar LM318D
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D ESCRIPTIO N
The PDC series directional couplers are
economically priced while covering the
frequency range from 10 kHz to 1000 MHz.
They offer main-line loss as low as 0.1 dB
and high directivity of up to 35 dB. A wide
selection of coupling ratios are available and
exceptional unit to unit matched performance
is standard.
Having a volume of only 0.128 eu. inches,
the PDC series is offered at the lowest prices
available in the industry.
Packaged within ah rfi shielded metal enclo*
sure and hermetically-sealed header, these
high performance units have their pins
oriented on a 0.2 inch grid. Ruggedness and
durability are built into the PDC series. Only
well matched and ruggedly constructed
transmission line transformers are used.
Internally every component is bonded to the
header and case with silicone rubber to
provide.super reliable protection against
shock vibration and acceleration.
The PDC series uses the same construction
technology asour SRA double-balanced mixer.
This unit has become an industry standard
throughout the world and is believed to
be the number one volume leader. Used by
all branches of the Department of Defense,
NASA, FAA and every major communications
company, the SRA has proven to be an
industry work horse. Used in over250 differ­
ent military contracts, and over a period of
years, enable'sufficient history to establish
SRA as one of the most reliable mixers
obtainable, even when considering high
priced models. The PDC series is expected to
provide the same kind of results.
High reliability is associated with every PDC
series directional coupler. Every production
run is 100% tested and every unit must pass
our rigid inspection and high quality stand­
ards. Naturally, our one year guarantee
applies to these units*
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M ini-Circuits Laboratory 2913 Qixmtin Rd., B rooklyn, N.Y. TI229 (212)252-5252
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Two-Way
( In Phase 03)
ZM SC-2 S e rie s
ZMSC-2-1
ZMSC-2-2
100KH*400MH*
2KHz*60MHz
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From slock; one tm k m at.
For pin version see PSC-2 series
FEA TU RES
D ESCRIPTIO N
BROAD FREQUENCY RANGE
2KHz - 400MHz
The model ZMSC-2 2-way power splitter/
combiner is a high performance broad band
hybrid junction. Internally, terminations and
transformers are provided to ensure a well
matched 50 ohm impedance at all ports.
Signals fed into the input S port are equally
divided, in phase, to the two output (1 and 2)
ports. Similarly, signals fed into ports 1 and 2
are vectorially summed at the output S port.
EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BALANCE
LOW INSERTION LOSS
HIGH ISOLATION
blE CAST ALUMINUM CASE
LOW COST FROM $34.95
IN SMALL QUANTITIES
The ZMSC-2 features exceptionally good
amplitude and phase balance between the'
signals at the 2 output ports. Typically, over
most of the frequency range, the phase
balance is within t degree and the amplitude
balance is within .05 dB.
Housed in a die cast aluminum case, these
rugged units are double shielded to meet
your tough EMI requirements. The case is
finished with a blue baked enamel per Federal
Standard 595*25109 over phosphoric etch
per MIL-C-15328A.
nPPLICATlONS
00 OR SUBTRACT SIGNALS VECTORIALLY
1
BTAIN MULTI IN-PHASE OUTPUT SIGNALS
ROPORTIONAL TO THE LEVEL OF A
COMMON INPUT SIGNAL
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ULT? OUTPUTS
MBINE SIGNALS FROM
DIFFERENT SOURCES TO OBTAIN
A SINGLE PORT OUTPUT
Every unit is 100% tested and inspected under
strict MCL quality control standards to ensure .
superior electrical performance and reliability.
The exceptionally tow cost of the ZMSC-2
is attributable to the breakthrough in produc­
tion techniques achieved by MCL during the
manufacture of its high performance tow price
double balanced mixers. Utilizing this
technology, the high performance ZMSC-2 is
offered at a remarkable price of Vt to % of
competitive units.
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WEIGHT 3 4 .0 Rrams
1.02 ounces
CONNECTORS
SMA (3mm) standard
MOUNTING BRACKET
On request, add $1.50 to unit cost
See dimensions above.
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K O V ID E CAPABILITY TO OBTAIN
■F LOGIC ARRANGEMENTS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Operating and Storage
Temperature
—55* C to +100* C
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Fre q u e n cy
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Frequ ency Range (M Hz)
.1 -400MHz--
Range (M Hz)'
50 ohm s
Isolation Between
Output 1 and 2. d B
• Typ ical Minimum
30
2-40.MHZ
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Insertion Lo ss.
sg 3 (above 3dB split) r'v § - Typical Maximum
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1-100MHz
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100-200MHZ
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1 2 typical
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Watched Power Rating
1 watt maximum
Internal Load D issipation
'/# watt
^ <¥1 3 0 2 Series
Im pedance.. All Ports
50 ohms
ZMSC-2-1
100K H z-400M H z S 3 4 .9 5 (4 -2 4 )
Isolation Between
Output 1 & 2. d 8 - 15KHz-6M Hz
2KH z-60M H z. -
Typical Minimum.'
40
30 .
27
20 V -
ZM SC-2 2
2K H z-60M H z -- S 4 4 .9 5 (4 -2 4 )
Insertion loss>. '• ' "
dB (above 3dB split) 10KHz-3M Hz
■
2KHz-20M Hz
20M Hz-60M Hz /
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Typical Majcimum-.2
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Am plitude Unbalance. d B - Typical Maximum
2KH z-20M H z
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20MHz-60M Hz
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Typ ical Maximum
.05
.15
.05
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(InPhase 0°)
2KH z-60M H z
P h a se Unbalance, d egrees T y p ic a l Maximum
10KHz-3M Hz
.5
2
2KHZ-20MHZ ./‘ I "
1
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20MHz-60MHz- .
2
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P h a se Unbalance-, degrees Typ ical Maximum
- . 5
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3
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100-200MHZ •
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4 .
200-.400MH2 - - : - . 2
Amplitude Unbalance. dB
1 - 100MHz
:C 0-200M H z
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200 —100MHz
Two«Way
M ODEL ZM SC-2-2
Nominal’ P hase Difference
8etw een Output Ports
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Nom inal Phase- D ifference
Betw een Output Ports
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1.2 typical
Matched Power Rating
1 watt maximum
Internal Load Dissipation
Va watt
For pin version ss« PSC-2series
1"
INSERTION LOSS VS FREQUENCY
MODELS ZMSC 2-*,ZMSC2-2
ISOLATION VS FREQUENCY
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AMPUTU0E UNBALANCE VS FREQUENCY
MODELS ZMSC 2H, ZMSC 2-2
ZMSC 2-2
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PHASE VS FREQUENCY
MOOELS ZMSC 21 ZMSC, 2*2
ZMSC 2-1
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M ini-C ircuits Laboratory 2913 Quentin R d ., B rooklyn, N.Y. t1229 (212)252-5252
©Power Output, 800mW
©33dB Gain
®400mW PEP @ -32dB IMD
©Instantaneous Bandwidth, 10-350MHz
©Low Noise Figure,4.5dB
The CA2810 is a high-reliability thin-film hybrid amplifier utilizing
an all gold metaiization system. Units are designed for wide
bandwidth linear operation in 50 to 100 ohm systems. This hybrid
provides excellent gain stability with temperature and very low
distortion due to push-pull amplifier circuitry. This module is
recommended for wide bandwidth, low noise and linear appli­
cations,
Absolute Maximuip Ratings
Vcc
RF Power Input
Storage Temperature
Operating Temperature
28 Volts
+5d8m
-40°C to +100°C
-20°CtO+90°C
Electrical Characteristics for 50Q Systems (Tcasc = 25°C and 24V)
Characteristic
Symbol
Conditions
Value
Pg
Power Gain
f = 50MHz
33±1dB
NF
Noise Figure. Broadband
f = 60MHz
f = 300MHz
4.5dB Typ
8.0dBMax
tro
Third Order Intercept. See Figure 1
h = 300MHz
+43dBm Typ
VSWR
Input/Output VSWR for 50Q Systems
f = 10350MHz
2d Typ
24V
330mA Max
Icc
Supply Current
Po
Power Output — 1 dB Compression
f = 200MHz
Pm
Reverse Isolation
f — 10-350MHZ
40dBTyp
Fa
Frequency Response
f = 30300MHz
f = 10-350MHz
±1.0dB Max
±1.5dB Max
dso
Second Harmonic Distortion
Tone atlOmW
few = 10-300MHZ
-66dBTyp
PEP
Peak Envelope Power for Two Tone Distortion Test
See Figure 1
f = 10-300MHz
at -32dB
400mW Typ
800mW
Gain vs Frequency
Gain vs Voltage
Frequency — MHz
Power Output vs Frequency
1dB Compression vs Voltage
Frequency — MHz
Third Order intercept vs Voltage
0
106
200
Frequency — MHz
300
400
Phase Shift vs Frequency
Noise Figure vs Voltage
Frequency — MHz
Voltage
S-Parameters
Vcc = 24V , Zo = 50Q
180
180
270
S11
270"
S22
CA Package Outline
PIN CONFIGURATION
1 2 3
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PEP = Po @ IMO = -32dB
PRINTED IN US. A.
EMI/RF! SUPPRESSION FILTERS
THREAD BUSHING
Z
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Specification*
Attenuation
See explanation below table.
Operating Temperature Rang®
DC Working Voltage
Includes summation of the OC and
lower level AC peak voltages.
Feed-Thr* Current
DC and/or low frequency AC RMS.
Capacitance (pF)
Minimum'values at 25°C, 0.5 to
2.5 volts RMS, at 1 KHz.
0
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Type
FCS-C
Typa
SMF8-A4
25 dB@25°C
20 d3 @ 85°C
50 dB @ 25°C
45d3@125°C
35 d3 @ 25°C
35 dB @ 125°C
—55°C to +85°C
—55°C to +125°C
—55°C to +125°C
/
—55°C to +85°C
500 Volts
500 Volts
200 Volts
’
200 Volts
25 Amperes
10 Amperes
10 Amperes
10 Amperes
1000
2500
1300
5500
Feed-Thru Terminal Resistance
Typa
SMF0-1
T>p»
SMFB-A1
Typ» y
S M fB A T
Typa
S.MrO-2
/"60dB@ 25°C
/ 50dB@85°C
0.01 Ohm Maximum
\
Attenuation: Minimum attenuation values from 100 MHz to 10 GHz. when measured with an input 50 ohm series
resistor (except FCS-C which is determined witbaut-50-ohw^erja^esistod..etoi.AlO volts DC and 0 amperes DC.
/ Types
Type FCS-C
SMFO-1, S M F O - 2
T
.312*. .015 D»A.
(7.9* ± 0.38)
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Types SMFB-A1,
SMFB-A2, S M F B - A 4
1.156 MAX. DIA.
1(3.97)
_ . 0 5 5 ± . 0 1 5 OIA.
tt.4 0 Ji0 .3 3 )
I.__ 0 6 2 i- .0 0 5
-----J t___0 4 4 ± .0 0 5
f t . 59 ± 0.13)
rit.t2*0.t3)
020 ± .002
{0.51 x 0.051
.438 i .030
M - j-
ni.t3jt0.76)
.2 0 3 i .0
015
5.16 ±.0.
0.38
SOLDER COATING M
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MTC.
SURFACE-
- 375 i .030
19.53 ±.0.76>
.0931 .015
(2.38 i 0^8)
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V l S t * 0.76)
r r & is ®
.3 5 9 ± .0 3 0
(^ 3 ± 0 .7 6 1 -j.
M fl
.015
0.38)
(7.14 ±0.761
. 4 5 3 ± .0 3 0 ~ »
(11.51 i.O .76)
NOT TO SCALE
NOT TO SCALE
(4.83)
RECOMMENDED MTG. HOLE .191 MIN. DIA.
(4.85)
f— .190*. .003 DIA.
(4.83 ± 0.0 8)
—
r
.312 ± .003 DIA.
(7.94 ± 0.08)
*12-32 THREAD
UNEF-2A.
. 2 8 1 i . . 0 3 0 J __
MTG. SURFACE
NQT TO SCALE
.IS '—MAX. DIA.
MTG. SURFACE
1.2 1 8 : 1 .0 1 5
Y 5 .5 6 i.0 .3 8
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. .0 8 5 01A_MAX.
-t>.16)
RECOMMENDED MTG. HOLE .0 9 3 DIA
(2.38)
. 1 7 8 + . 0 0 5 DIA.
(4 .5 2 1. 0.13)
k
.020i .002 _
a
-.216*4 MAX. DIA.
(5.50)
RECOMMENDED MTG. HOLE .228 DIA.
15.79)
.078
.312 ±.015
(7.94 ±0.33)
i ^ - .0 2 5 ± .0 0 3
(0.64 ±0.08)
.380
•377
031
\SQ T*
(0.80)
(0.51 ±. 0.05)
SOLDER WASHER M -6447
Alien B n d lty
Type Nuflikar
FCS-C
SMFB-A1
SMFB-A2
SMF8-A4
SMF0-1
SMFO-2
SOLOEfl WASHER M-644S
Spectrum Control inventory
Coda Number
51-722-001
51*722-022 with solder mounting washer
51-719422 with nut and loekwasher
51-719-021 with nut and loekwasher
51-719-011 with nut and loekwasher
51-723-303
51-723-304 with solder mounting washer
51-723-301
51-723-302 with solder mounting washer
NUT M-C377
LOCK WASHER M 4 U 1
SPECTRUM ACQUIRES
ALLEN BRADLEY LINE
Jn May of 1973, Spectrum Control, Inc. and Allen
Bradley Company entered into a long term agree*
ment whereby Spectrum Control acquired all
patents, technology and machinery to manufacture
the Allen Bradley line of filters and capacitors.
These devices can be ordered by the Allen Bradlay part number or by the Spectrum Control
Inventory code number.
S P E C T R U M CONTROL INC.
152 EAST MAIN STREET, FAIRVIEW, PA. 16415
PHONE (814) 474-5593
10.0
MODULE PHOTOGRAPHS
Note that 1050 MHz LPF is not yet connected in this unit.
10-1
50 MHZ
HARMONIC GENERATOR
50 MHz LOCK
L2 C24
FIGURE 6:
FRONT PANEL, FRONT VIEW
FIGURE 7:
REAR PANEL
FIGURE 8: RIGHT-HAND SIDE VIEW
(Note that 1050 MHz LPF is not yet
connected in this unit)
FIGURE 9:
LEFT-HAND SIDE VIEW
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