MOTOROLA MRF1517T1

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SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNICAL DATA
The RF MOSFET Line
N–Channel Enhancement–Mode Lateral MOSFETs
The MRF1517T1 is designed for broadband commercial and industrial
applications at frequencies to 520 MHz. The high gain and broadband
performance of this device makes it ideal for large–signal, common source
amplifier applications in 7.5 volt portable FM equipment.
• Specified Performance @ 520 MHz, 7.5 Volts
Output Power — 8 Watts
Power Gain — 11 dB
Efficiency — 55%
• Characterized with Series Equivalent Large–Signal
Impedance Parameters
• Excellent Thermal Stability
• Capable of Handling 20:1 VSWR, @ 9.5 Vdc,
520 MHz, 2 dB Overdrive
• Broadband UHF/VHF Demonstration Amplifier
Information Available Upon Request
• RF Power Plastic Surface Mount Package
• Available in Tape and Reel.
T1 Suffix = 1,000 Units per 12 mm, 7 Inch Reel.
520 MHz, 8 W, 7.5 V
LATERAL N–CHANNEL
BROADBAND
RF POWER MOSFET
CASE 466–02, STYLE 1
(PLD–1.5)
PLASTIC
MAXIMUM RATINGS
Rating
Symbol
Value
Unit
Drain–Source Voltage (1)
VDSS
25
Vdc
Gate–Source Voltage
VGS
±20
Vdc
Drain Current — Continuous
ID
4
Adc
Total Device Dissipation @ TC = 25°C (2)
Derate above 25°C
PD
62.5
0.50
Watts
W/°C
Storage Temperature Range
Tstg
–65 to +150
°C
Operating Junction Temperature
TJ
150
°C
Symbol
Max
Unit
RθJC
2
°C/W
THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristic
Thermal Resistance, Junction to Case
(1) Not designed for 12.5 volt applications.
(2) Calculated based on the formula PD =
TJ – TC
RθJC
NOTE – CAUTION – MOS devices are susceptible to damage from electrostatic charge. Reasonable precautions in handling and
packaging MOS devices should be observed.
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MOTOROLA
RF DEVICE DATA
 Motorola,
Inc. 2002
MRF1517T1
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TC = 25°C unless otherwise noted)
Characteristic
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Zero Gate Voltage Drain Current
(VDS = 35 Vdc, VGS = 0)
IDSS
—
—
1
µAdc
Gate–Source Leakage Current
(VGS = 10 Vdc, VDS = 0)
IGSS
—
—
1
µAdc
Gate Threshold Voltage
(VDS = 7.5 Vdc, ID = 120 µAdc)
VGS(th)
1.0
1.7
2.1
Vdc
Drain–Source On–Voltage
(VGS = 10 Vdc, ID = 1 Adc)
VDS(on)
—
0.5
—
Vdc
Forward Transconductance
(VDS = 10 Vdc, ID = 2 Adc)
gfs
0.9
—
—
S
Input Capacitance
(VDS = 7.5 Vdc, VGS = 0, f = 1 MHz)
Ciss
—
66
—
pF
Output Capacitance
(VDS = 7.5 Vdc, VGS = 0, f = 1 MHz)
Coss
—
38
—
pF
Reverse Transfer Capacitance
(VDS = 7.5 Vdc, VGS = 0, f = 1 MHz)
Crss
—
6
—
pF
Common–Source Amplifier Power Gain
(VDD = 7.5 Vdc, Pout = 8 Watts, IDQ = 150 mA, f = 520 MHz)
Gps
10
11
—
dB
Drain Efficiency
(VDD = 7.5 Vdc, Pout = 8 Watts, IDQ = 150 mA, f = 520 MHz)
η
50
55
—
%
OFF CHARACTERISTICS
ON CHARACTERISTICS
DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
FUNCTIONAL TESTS (In Motorola Test Fixture)
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MOTOROLA RF DEVICE DATA
B1, B2
C1
C2, C3, C4, C10,
C12, C13
C5, C11
C6, C18
C7, C15
C8, C16
C9, C17
C14
L1
N1, N2
Short Ferrite Bead, Fair Rite Products
(2743021446)
300 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
15 Ω, 0805 Chip Resistor
1.0 kΩ, 1/8 W Resistor
33 kΩ, 1/2 W Resistor
0.315″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
1.415″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.322″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.022″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.260″ x 0.223″ Microstrip
0.050″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.625″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.800″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.589″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
Glass Teflon, 31 mils, 2 oz. Copper
R1
R2
R3
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5, Z6
Z7
Z8
Z9
Z10
Board
0 to 20 pF, Trimmer Capacitor
43 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
120 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
10 µF, 50 V Electrolytic Capacitor
0.1 µF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
1,000 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
330 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
55.5 nH, 5 Turn, Coilcraft
Type N Flange Mount
Figure 1. 480 – 520 MHz Broadband Test Circuit
TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS, 480 – 520 MHz
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS, 480 – 520 MHz
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MOTOROLA RF DEVICE DATA
B1, B2
C1, C13
C2, C3, C4, C10,
C11, C12
C5, C17
C6, C14
C7, C15
C8, C16
C9
L1
N1, N2
12 Ω, 0805 Chip Resistor
1.0 kΩ, 1/8 W Resistor
33 kΩ, 1/2 W Resistor
0.617″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.723″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.513″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.260″ x 0.223″ Microstrip
0.048″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.577″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
1.135″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.076″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
Glass Teflon, 31 mils, 2 oz. Copper
R1
R2
R3
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4, Z5
Z6
Z7
Z8
Z9
Board
Short Ferrite Bead, Fair Rite Products
(2743021446)
300 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
0 to 20 pF, Trimmer Capacitor
130 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
10 µF, 50 V Electrolytic Capacitor
0.1 µF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
1,000 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
33 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
55.5 nH, 5 Turn, Coilcraft
Type N Flange Mount
Figure 10. 400 – 440 MHz Broadband Test Circuit
TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS, 400 – 440 MHz
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS, 400 – 440 MHz
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Pin = 25.5 dBm
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Figure 16. Drain Efficiency versus Biasing Current
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Figure 14. Drain Efficiency versus Output Power
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Figure 17. Output Power versus Supply Voltage
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Figure 18. Drain Efficiency versus Supply Voltage
MOTOROLA RF DEVICE DATA
B1, B2
C1
C2, C3, C4, C10,
C11, C12
C5, C17
C6, C14
C7, C15
C8, C16
C9
C13
L1
N1, N2
15 Ω, 0805 Chip Resistor
1.0 kΩ, 1/8 W Resistor
33 kΩ, 1/2 W Resistor
0.471″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
1.082″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.372″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.260″ x 0.223″ Microstrip
0.050″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.551″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.825″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
0.489″ x 0.080″ Microstrip
Glass Teflon, 31 mils, 2 oz. Copper
R1
R2
R3
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4, Z5
Z6
Z7
Z8
Z9
Board
Short Ferrite Bead, Fair Rite Products
(2743021446)
240 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
0 to 20 pF, Trimmer Capacitor
130 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
10 mF, 50 V Electrolytic Capacitor
0.1 mF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
1,000 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
39 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
330 pF, 100 mil Chip Capacitor
55.5 nH, 5 Turn, Coilcraft
Type N Flange Mount
Figure 19. 440 – 480 MHz Broadband Test Circuit
TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS, 440 – 480 MHz
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS, 440 – 480 MHz
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Figure 25. Drain Efficiency versus Biasing Current
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Figure 23. Drain Efficiency versus Output Power
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Figure 22. Gain versus Output Power
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Figure 26. Output Power versus Supply Voltage
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Figure 27. Drain Efficiency versus Supply Voltage
MOTOROLA RF DEVICE DATA
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MHz
Zin
Ω
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Ω
f
MHz
Zin
Ω
ZOL*
Ω
f
MHz
Zin
Ω
ZOL*
Ω
480
1.06 +j1.82
3.51 +j0.99
440
1.62 +j3.41
3.25 +j0.98
400
1.96 +j3.32
2.52 +j0.39
500
0.97 +j2.01
2.82 +j0.75
460
1.85 +j3.35
3.05 +j0.93
420
2.31 +j3.56
2.61 +j0.64
520
0.975 +j2.37
1.87 +j1.03
480
1.91 +j3.31
2.54 +j0.84
440
1.60 +j3.45
2.37 +j1.04
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impedance.
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impedance at given output
power, voltage, frequency,
and ηD > 50 %.
Zin
= Complex conjugate of source
impedance.
ZOL* = Complex conjugate of the load
impedance at given output
power, voltage, frequency,
and ηD > 50 %.
Zin
= Complex conjugate of source
impedance.
ZOL* = Complex conjugate of the load
impedance at given output
power, voltage, frequency,
and ηD > 50 %.
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Table 1. Common Source Scattering Parameters (VDD = 7.5 Vdc)
IDQ = 150 mA
f
MHz
MH
S11
S21
S12
S22
|S11|
∠φ
|S21|
∠φ
|S12|
∠φ
|S22|
∠φ
50
0.84
–152
17.66
97
0.016
0
0.77
–167
100
0.84
–164
8.86
85
0.016
5
0.78
–172
200
0.86
–170
4.17
72
0.015
–5
0.79
–173
300
0.88
–171
2.54
62
0.014
–8
0.80
–172
400
0.90
–172
1.72
55
0.013
–25
0.83
–172
500
0.92
–172
1.28
50
0.013
–10
0.84
–172
600
0.94
–173
0.98
46
0.014
–22
0.86
–171
700
0.95
–173
0.76
41
0.010
–30
0.86
–172
800
0.96
–174
0.61
38
0.011
–14
0.86
–171
900
0.96
–175
0.50
33
0.011
–31
0.85
–172
1000
0.97
–175
0.40
31
0.006
55
0.88
–171
IDQ = 800 mA
f
MH
MHz
S11
S21
S12
S22
|S11|
∠φ
|S21|
∠φ
|S12|
∠φ
|S22|
∠φ
50
0.90
–165
20.42
94
0.018
1
0.76
–164
100
0.89
–172
10.20
87
0.015
–7
0.77
–170
200
0.90
–175
4.96
79
0.015
–12
0.77
–172
300
0.90
–176
3.17
73
0.017
–2
0.80
–171
400
0.91
–176
2.26
67
0.013
1
0.82
–172
500
0.92
–176
1.75
63
0.011
–6
0.83
–171
600
0.93
–176
1.39
59
0.012
–31
0.85
–171
700
0.94
–176
1.14
55
0.015
–34
0.88
–171
800
0.94
–176
0.93
51
0.008
–22
0.87
–171
900
0.95
–177
0.78
45
0.007
2
0.87
–172
1000
0.96
–177
0.65
43
0.008
–40
0.90
–170
IDQ = 1.5 A
f
MH
MHz
S11
S21
S12
S22
|S11|
∠φ
|S21|
∠φ
|S12|
∠φ
|S22|
∠φ
50
0.92
–165
19.90
95
0.017
3
0.76
–164
100
0.90
–172
9.93
88
0.018
2
0.77
–170
200
0.91
–176
4.84
80
0.016
–4
0.77
–172
300
0.91
–176
3.10
74
0.014
–11
0.80
–172
400
0.92
–176
2.22
68
0.014
–14
0.81
–172
500
0.93
–176
1.73
64
0.016
–8
0.83
–171
600
0.94
–176
1.39
61
0.013
–24
0.85
–171
700
0.94
–176
1.12
56
0.013
–24
0.87
–171
800
0.95
–176
0.93
52
0.009
–12
0.87
–171
900
0.96
–177
0.78
46
0.008
10
0.87
–173
1000
0.97
–177
0.64
44
0.012
4
0.89
–169
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MOTOROLA RF DEVICE DATA
APPLICATIONS INFORMATION
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
This device is a common–source, RF power, N–Channel
enhancement mode, Lateral Metal–Oxide Semiconductor
Field–Effect Transistor (MOSFET). Motorola Application
Note AN211A, “FETs in Theory and Practice”, is suggested
reading for those not familiar with the construction and characteristics of FETs.
This surface mount packaged device was designed primarily for VHF and UHF portable power amplifier applications. Manufacturability is improved by utilizing the tape and
reel capability for fully automated pick and placement of
parts. However, care should be taken in the design process
to insure proper heat sinking of the device.
The major advantages of Lateral RF power MOSFETs include high gain, simple bias systems, relative immunity from
thermal runaway, and the ability to withstand severely mismatched loads without suffering damage.
MOSFET CAPACITANCES
The physical structure of a MOSFET results in capacitors
between all three terminals. The metal oxide gate structure
determines the capacitors from gate–to–drain (Cgd), and
gate–to–source (Cgs). The PN junction formed during fabrication of the RF MOSFET results in a junction capacitance
from drain–to–source (Cds). These capacitances are characterized as input (Ciss), output (Coss) and reverse transfer
(Crss) capacitances on data sheets. The relationships between the inter–terminal capacitances and those given on
data sheets are shown below. The Ciss can be specified in
two ways:
1. Drain shorted to source and positive voltage at the gate.
2. Positive voltage of the drain in respect to source and zero
volts at the gate.
In the latter case, the numbers are lower. However, neither
method represents the actual operating conditions in RF applications.
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DRAIN CHARACTERISTICS
One critical figure of merit for a FET is its static resistance
in the full–on condition. This on–resistance, RDS(on), occurs
in the linear region of the output characteristic and is specified at a specific gate–source voltage and drain current. The
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drain–source voltage under these conditions is termed
VDS(on). For MOSFETs, VDS(on) has a positive temperature
coefficient at high temperatures because it contributes to the
power dissipation within the device.
BVDSS values for this device are higher than normally required for typical applications. Measurement of BVDSS is not
recommended and may result in possible damage to the device.
GATE CHARACTERISTICS
The gate of the RF MOSFET is a polysilicon material, and
is electrically isolated from the source by a layer of oxide.
The DC input resistance is very high – on the order of 109 Ω
— resulting in a leakage current of a few nanoamperes.
Gate control is achieved by applying a positive voltage to
the gate greater than the gate–to–source threshold voltage,
VGS(th).
Gate Voltage Rating — Never exceed the gate voltage
rating. Exceeding the rated VGS can result in permanent
damage to the oxide layer in the gate region.
Gate Termination — The gates of these devices are essentially capacitors. Circuits that leave the gate open–circuited or floating should be avoided. These conditions can
result in turn–on of the devices due to voltage build–up on
the input capacitor due to leakage currents or pickup.
Gate Protection — These devices do not have an internal
monolithic zener diode from gate–to–source. If gate protection is required, an external zener diode is recommended.
Using a resistor to keep the gate–to–source impedance low
also helps dampen transients and serves another important
function. Voltage transients on the drain can be coupled to
the gate through the parasitic gate–drain capacitance. If the
gate–to–source impedance and the rate of voltage change
on the drain are both high, then the signal coupled to the gate
may be large enough to exceed the gate–threshold voltage
and turn the device on.
DC BIAS
Since this device is an enhancement mode FET, drain current flows only when the gate is at a higher potential than the
source. RF power FETs operate optimally with a quiescent
drain current (IDQ), whose value is application dependent.
This device was characterized at IDQ = 150 mA, which is the
suggested value of bias current for typical applications. For
special applications such as linear amplification, IDQ may
have to be selected to optimize the critical parameters.
The gate is a dc open circuit and draws no current. Therefore, the gate bias circuit may generally be just a simple resistive divider network. Some special applications may
require a more elaborate bias system.
GAIN CONTROL
Power output of this device may be controlled to some degree with a low power dc control signal applied to the gate,
thus facilitating applications such as manual gain control,
ALC/AGC and modulation systems. This characteristic is
very dependent on frequency and load line.
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MOUNTING
The specified maximum thermal resistance of 2°C/W assumes a majority of the 0.065″ x 0.180″ source contact on
the back side of the package is in good contact with an appropriate heat sink. As with all RF power devices, the goal of
the thermal design should be to minimize the temperature at
the back side of the package. Refer to Motorola Application
Note AN4005/D, “Thermal Management and Mounting Method for the PLD–1.5 RF Power Surface Mount Package,” and
Engineering Bulletin EB209/D, “Mounting Method for RF
Power Leadless Surface Mount Transistor” for additional information.
AMPLIFIER DESIGN
Impedance matching networks similar to those used with
bipolar transistors are suitable for this device. For examples
see Motorola Application Note AN721, “Impedance Matching
Networks Applied to RF Power Transistors.” Large–signal
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impedances are provided, and will yield a good first pass
approximation.
Since RF power MOSFETs are triode devices, they are not
unilateral. This coupled with the very high gain of this device
yields a device capable of self oscillation. Stability may be
achieved by techniques such as drain loading, input shunt
resistive loading, or output to input feedback. The RF test fixture implements a parallel resistor and capacitor in series
with the gate, and has a load line selected for a higher efficiency, lower gain, and more stable operating region.
Two–port stability analysis with this device’s
S–parameters provides a useful tool for selection of loading
or feedback circuitry to assure stable operation. See
Motorola Application Note AN215A, “RF Small–Signal
Design Using Two–Port Parameters” for a discussion of two
port network theory and stability.
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NOTES
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PACKAGE DIMENSIONS
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