Dual RF to IF Downconverting Mixer

The IDT F1152 dual channel device is designed to operate with a single 5V supply. It is optimized for operation in a Multi-mode, Multi-carrier BaseStation Receiver for RF bands from 1700 - 2200 MHz with Low Side Injection. IF frequencies from 50 to 350 MHz are supported. Nominally, the device offers +42 dBm Output IP3 with 335 mA of ICC. Alternately one can adjust 4 resistor values and a toggle pin to run the device in low current mode with +37 dBm Output IP3 and 235 mA of ICC.

A member of IDT’s Zero-Distortion™ family, this RF to IF mixer reduces distortion for improved SNR while simultaneously reducing power consumption.

Features

  • Dual Path for Diversity Systems
  • Ideal for Multi-Carrier Systems
  • 8.5 dB Gain
  • Ultra linear +42 dBm IP3O
  • Low NF < 10 dB
  • 200 ohm output impedance
  • Ultra high +13 dBm P1dBI
  • Drop in replacement for existing radiocards
  • 6x6 mm 36 pin package
  • Power Down mode
  • < 200 nsec settling from Power Down
  • Minimizes Synth pulling in Standby Mode
  • Low Current Mode : ICC = 235 mA
  • Standard Mode: ICC = 335 mA
  • 1400 to 1600 MHz operation w/Low Side Injection

Product Options

Orderable Part ID Part Status Pkg. Code Pkg. Type Lead Count (#) Temp. Grade Pb (Lead) Free Carrier Type Buy Sample
F1152NBGI Active NBG36 VFQFPN 36 I Yes Tray Availability
F1152NBGI8 Active NBG36 VFQFPN 36 I Yes Reel Availability

Technical Documentation

Title Other Languages Type Format File Size Date
Datasheets & Errata
F1152NBGI Datasheet - Datasheet PDF 1.56 MB Jun 14, 2012
Apps Notes & White Papers
AT0083-F1152 Low IF Frequency.pdf - Application Note PDF 643 KB Sep 21, 2016
AT0083-F1152 Low IF Frequency.pdf - Application Note PDF 643 KB Sep 21, 2016
PCNs & PDNs
PCN# : TB1602-01 Alternate Test Location for Select Devices - Product Change Notice PDF 39 KB Mar 14, 2016
PCN# : A1406-01R1 Add Alternate Assembly - Product Change Notice PDF 35 KB Oct 13, 2015
PCN# : A1406-01 Alternate Assembly Locations for Selective Package - Product Change Notice PDF 33 KB Apr 5, 2015