RF Detector IC, 40 MHz to 10 GHz, -57 dBm to 2 dBm Input Power, 3.1 V to 3.5 V supply, DFN-10

LTC5582IDD#PBF - RF Detector IC, 40 MHz to 10 GHz, -57 dBm to 2 dBm Input Power, 3.1 V to 3.5 V supply, DFN-10

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The LTC5582IDD#PBF is a 40MHz to 10GHz RMS Power Detector with 57dB dynamic range. It is capable of accurate power measurement of an AC signal with wide dynamic range, from -60 to 2dBm depending on frequency. The power of the AC signal in an equivalent decibel-scaled value is precisely converted into DC voltage on a linear scale, independent of the crest factor of the input signal waveforms. The LTC5582 is suitable for precision RF power measurement and level control for a wide variety of RF standards, including LTE, WiMAX, W-CDMA, CDMA2000, TD-SCDMA and EDGE. The DC output is buffered with a low output impedance amplifier capable of driving a high capacitance load.
  • Accurate RMS power measurement of high crest
  • Factor modulated waveforms
  • ±0.5dB (typical) Exceptional accuracy over temperature
  • Low linearity error within dynamic range
  • Single-ended or differential RF inputs
  • 90ns Rise time fast response time
  • 41.6mA at 3.3V (typical) Low supply current


Power Management, RF Communications, Signal Processing

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