Mouser Launches Analog Devices ADF5610 Broadband Frequency Synthesizer
Mouser Electronics, a distributor of electronic components focused on introducing new products and providing a large amount of inventory, will stock Analog Devices, Inc's ADF5610 wideband frequency synthesizer with integrated voltage controlled oscillator (VCO). The ADF5610 offers outstanding performance and flexibility for a variety of market applications such as aerospace and defense, wireless infrastructure, microwave point-to-point links, electronic test and measurement, and satellite terminals.
Analog Devices ADF5610 from Mouser Electronics is a wideband fractional-N frequency synthesizer that generates radio frequency (RF) outputs from 57 MHz to 14.6 GHz with very low phase noise. Compared with solutions that require multiple narrow-band GaAs voltage-controlled oscillators and phase-locked loops (PLLs), the ADF5610 can reduce power consumption by 50%, smaller size, and simpler architecture, so it can save material costs and shorten time to market. . With fractional-N frequency synthesizer, it generates radio frequency (RF) output from 57 MHz to 14.6 GHz with very low phase noise. Compared to solutions that require multiple narrow-band GaAs voltage-controlled oscillators and phase-locked loops (PLLs), the ADF5610 can reduce power consumption by 50%, smaller size, and simpler architecture, thus saving material costs and shortening time to market .
The ADF5610 is manufactured using Analog Devices' proprietary advanced silicon germanium (SiGe) BiCMOS process with low bit error rate. The integrated phase-locked loop (PLL) function provides fast frequency hopping and lock time (less than 50 μs in the correct configuration, including the use of appropriate loop filters).
The ADF5610 is fully supported by ADIsimPLL ™. ADIsimPLL ™ is an easy-to-use, comprehensive PLL frequency synthesizer design and simulation tool from Analog Devices for evaluating phase noise, lock time, jitter, and other design factors. The device also allows customers to program using the integrated SPI interface and control software.