TRIQUINT TQ5139

TQ5139
CMIX_IN
BUFFEN
LIN
GAIN
`
VDD_DIG
Iset
CLNA_OUT
WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION
PRELIMINARY DATA SHEET (V 0.6)
2.8V SiGe Dual-Mode CDMA
Rx Receiver
CM_OUT+
Logic Control
CLNA_IN
CM_OUT-
CLNA_GND
MIX_GND
TQ5139
Features
ƒ
Excellent Cross Modulation Performance
ƒ
Low current consumption
GPS_GND
GM_OUT-
ƒ
10 dBm Cell LNA IIP3
ƒ
7.5 dBm Cell Mixer IIP3
ƒ
Excellent Noise and Gain performance
ƒ
Adjustable third order intercept on LNA
stage
ƒ
Flexible IF frequency range from 80 – 230
MHz
ƒ
LO Buffer included
ƒ
Small 4x4mm Package
ƒ
Full ESD Protection
ƒ
Few external components
VDD_LO
CLO_OUT
GM_OUT+
GMIX_IN
GLNA_IN
GLO_IN
Cell-CDMA and GPS operation
CLO_IN
ƒ
GLNA_OUT
Vdd_MIX
VDD_LNA
Product Description:
The TQ5139 is a CDMA Rx Receiver designed for Cell-band, Dual-mode operation.
The device supports Cell CDMA and A-GPS. The IF range is from 80 MHz to 230MHz
with external tuning. The Low Noise Amplifiers have an adjustable third order intercept
(IP3) to minimize inter-modulation and cross-modulation effects. The mixers are
designed for differential IF outputs (single-ended or differential IF outputs for GPS
modes), and they feature excellent linearity and low noise figure.
This device is available in a 4X4 mm MLF package with 24 pins. The TQ5139 frontend receiver is capable of meeting all electrical requirements in accordance with the
TIA/EIA 98-C Wireless Communication standard.
Selected Cascade Electrical Specifications:
Operating Mode (Cascade)
Cascade
Gain
(dB)
Cascade
NF
(dB)
Cascade
IP3
(dBm)
Current
(mA)
Cell-Band, High-Gain, High Linearity
28.5
2.1
-6.5
26
A-GPS
33.0
1.9
-19.0
17.5
Note
1:
Test Conditions
Package
Pin-out:CDMA Mode: VCC=2.75VDC, Tc=25°C, IS-95/98 Modulation, Data includes the
following image reject filters (CELL - SAWTEK P/N 855924, GPS – SAWTEK P/N 856135)
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System Advantage
ƒ
Most compact integrated receiver for Cell
CDMA and A-GPS applications
ƒ
IS-98 IMD requirements met with 2 gain
states simplifying calibration procedures
ƒ
High mixer linearity eliminates potential call
drop issues associated with gain switching
ƒ
Best in class A-GPS cascade gain for
maximum takeover
Applications
ƒ
Cell band/A-GPS CDMA (IS-95/98) based
mobile phones
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TQ5139-Preliminary
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Package Pin-Outs:
21
BUFFEN
CMIX_IN
`
20
19
VDD_DIG
22
LIN
CLNA_OUT
Iset
23
GAIN
24
CM_OUT+
Logic Control
1
18
CLNA_IN
CM_OUT-
2
17
CLNA_GND
3
VDD_LNA
4
MIX_GND
16
TQ5139
Vdd_MIX
15
GM_OUT+
GLNA_IN
5
14
GM_OUT-
GPS_GND
2
8
GMIX_IN
GLO_IN
CLO_IN
VDD_LO
7
9
CLO_OUT
13
GLNA_OUT
6
10
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Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Pin Descriptions:
Pin Name
Iset
Pin #
1
CLNA_IN
2
CLNA_GND
3
VDD_LNA
GLNA_IN
GPS_GND
VDD_LO
GLNA_OUT
CLO_IN
GLO_IN
GMIX_IN
CLO_OUT
GM_OUTGM_OUT+
Vdd_MIX
MIX_GND
CM_OUTCM_OUT+
VDD_DIG
CMIX_IN
BUFFEN/GPS
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
LIN
GAIN
CLNA_Out
22
23
24
Description and Usage
Bias resistor for Cell LNA. For typical bias use a 390 ohm resistor to ground which set the bias current for HGHL
mode.
Cell LNA input. Requires a blocking capacitor and an L-C (shunt C/series L) matching network for optimum gain,
intercept and noise performance.
Cell LNA emitter-ground. The LNA emitter ground should be grounded immediately to the ground-plane to reduce
stray inductance and capacitance that may affect performance.
Power supply pin for GPS and Cell LNAs. Bypass with a capacitor as close to the pin as possible.
GPS LNA input. Requires LC match.
GPS ground.
Supply voltage for LO buffers.
GPS LNA output.
Cell LO input.
GPS LO input.
GPS Mixer input.
Cellular LO buffer output. Internally matched to 100ohms. Does not require a blocking capacitor.
Negative GPS IF output.
Positive GPS IF output.
Supply voltage for all mixers.
Mixer Ground.
Negative Cell Mixer output.
Positive Cell Mixer output.
Supply voltage for Logic Control Circuits.
Cell RF input to Cell CDMA mixer.
Cell LO output buffer enable or GPS enable. Set BUFFEN/GPS pin HIGH to power up the Cell LO buffer output
when Cell band is selected. When both Gain and LIN are low, set BUFFEN/GPS pin HIGH to power up the GPS
application.
Logic input for high or low linearity. Logic HIGH selects High Linearity
Gain Select Logic input for Cellular band. Logic high selects High Gain.
Cell LNA output. Requires a pull-up inductor to Vcc and a series blocking capacitor, which can be used as part of the
output-matching network.
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TQ5139-Preliminary
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Symbol
Parameter
Absolute Maximum
Value
Units
VDD_LNA, VDD_LO, Vdd_MIX, VDD_DIG
Power Supply Voltage
-0.5 to 4.0
VDC
GAIN, LIN, BUFFEN/GPS
Logic Control Lines
-0.5 to 4.0
VDC
Icc_LNA, Icc_LO, Icc_MIX, Icc_DIG
Supply Currents
50
mA
GLO_IN, CLO_IN
LO Input Levels
+5.0
dBm
CLNA_IN, GLNA_IN
LNA Input
+5.0
dBm
Iset
LNA IP3 Adjustment Input
1
mA
TC
Case Temperature, Survival
-40 to +100
°C
TSTG
Storage Temperature
-40 to +150
°C
Note: The part may not survive all maximums applied simultaneously.
General Electrical Characteristics1,2,3
Parameter
Radio Frequency Range
Conditions
Min.
Typ/Nom
Max.
Units
Cellular Band
869
881.5
894
MHz
A-GPS Band
Cellular Band, IF=85.38MHz
LO Frequency Range
GPS Band, IF=85.38MHz
1575.42
Low
783
809
MHz
High
954
970
MHz
Low
1490.04
MHz
High
1660.80
MHz
IF Range
Cellular and GPS Bands
80
85.38
230
MHz
LO Input Power Level
Cellular and GPS Bands
-10
-5
0
dBm
LO Tx Buffer Output Power Level
Cellular Band
-8
-5.5
Note 1: Test Conditions: VCC=2.75VDC, TC = 25°C unless otherwise specified.
Note 2: Min./Max. limits are at +25°C case temperature unless otherwise specified.
Note 3: TriQuint Test Board.
4
MHz
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dBm
Preliminary – TQ5139
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Cascade RF Electrical Characteristics (Cell Band, CDMA Modulation)1,2
Parameter
Conditions
High Gain, High-Linearity Mode
Min.
Typ/Nom
Max.
Units
Gain = High, LIN = High
Cascade Conversion Gain
28.5
dB
Cascade Noise Figure
2.1
dB
Cascade Input IP3
-6.5
dBm
Supply Current
26
mA
Cascade Conversion Gain
28
dB
Cascade Noise Figure
2.1
dB
Cascade Input IP3
-9.2
dBm
Supply Current
19
mA
Cascade Conversion Gain
12
dB
Cascade Noise Figure
11
dB
Cascade Input IP3
10
dBm
Supply Current
23
mA
High Gain, Low-Linearity Mode
Low Gain
Gain = High, LIN = Low
Gain = Low, LIN = High
Note 1: Test conditions (devices screened for Conversion Gain, Noise Figure and IIP3 to the above limits): Vcc=2.75V, RF=881.5MHz, LO=966.88MHz, IF=85.38MHz,
LO input = -5.0dBm, RF input = -40dBm (High Gain Mode), unless otherwise specified. TriQuint Test Board. Data includes image reject filter (SAWTEK P/N 855924)
Note 2: Min./Max. limits are at +25°C case temperature unless otherwise specified.
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Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Cascade RF Electrical Characteristics (GPS Band)1,2
Parameter
GPS Mode
Conditions
Min.
Typ/Nom
Max.
Units
Gain = Low, LIN = Low, BUFFEN/GPS= High
Cascade Conversion Gain
33
dB
Cascade Noise Figure
1.9
dB
Cascade Input IP3
-19
dBm
Supply Current
17.5
mA
Note 1: Test conditions (devices screened for Conversion Gain, Noise Figure and IIP3 to the above limits): Vcc=2.75V, RF=1575.42MHz, LO=1490.04MHz,
IF=85.38MHz, LO input = -5.0dBm, RF input = -50dBm, unless otherwise specified. TriQuint Test Board. Data includes image reject filter (SAWTEK P/N 856135)
Note 2:
Min./Max. limits are at +25°C case temperature unless otherwise specified.
DC Supply Electrical Characteristics (All-Modes)1,2
Min.
Typ/Nom
Max.
Units
Supply Voltage
Parameter
Conditions
2.7
2.75
3.3
V
Control Voltage High
1.7
V
Control Voltage Low
0.5
LO Rx Buffer Supply Current
LO Tx Buffer Current
Logic Current
Power Down Supply Current
BUFFEN/GPS = High
Low, High
BUFFEN/GPS = Low, Gain = Low, LIN = Low
Note 1: Test conditions: Vcc=2.75V
Note 2:
Min./Max. limits are at +25°C case temperature unless otherwise specified.
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-5
V
8
mA
5
mA
100
µA
10
µA
Preliminary – TQ5139
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Typical Electrical Characteristics (Cell Band)-LNA and Mixer only1
Parameter
Conditions
Gain
(dB)
NF
(dB)
IIP3
(dBm)
Cell LNA
16.2
1.6
10
Cell Mixer
14.5
6.5
6.5
Cell LNA
15.5
1.6
3.7
Cell Mixer
14.3
6.0
3.8
-1
3.9
20
High Gain, High-Linearity Mode
High Gain, Low-Linearity Mode
Low Gain
Gain = High, LIN = High
Gain = High, LIN = Low
Gain = Low, LIN = High
Cell LNA
Note 1: Test conditions: Vcc=2.75V, RF=881.5MHz, Tc = +25°C, LO=966.88MHz, IF=85.38MHz, LO input = -5.0dBm, RF input = -25dBm (High Gain Mode), unless
otherwise specified. TriQuint Test Board.
Typical Electrical Characteristics (GPS Band)-LNA and Mixer only1
Parameter
Gain
(dB)
NF
(dB)
IIP3
(dBm)
GPS LNA
18
1.6
-1.8
GPS Mixer
16
5.5
-1.4
A-GPS Mode
Conditions
Gain = Low, LIN = Low, BUFFEN/GPS= High
Note 1: Test conditions: Vcc=2.75V, Tc=+25°C, RF=1575.42MHz, , LO=1490.04MHz, IF=85.38MHz, LO input = -5.0dBm, RF input = -35dBm, unless otherwise
specified. TriQuint Test Board.
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TQ5139-Preliminary
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
CDMA Cell-band Typical Performance – High Gain, High Linearity Mode
Test Conditions (Unless Otherwise Specified): Vdd=+3.0V; Tc=+25C; LO=xxx.xMHz, -5 dBm.
IIP3 vs Temperature vs Freq
NF vs Vdd vs Freq
2.50
dBm
2.00
dB
1.50
1.00
2.7V
0.50
3.0V
3.3V
0.00
-1.00
-2.00
-3.00
-4.00
-5.00
-6.00
-7.00
-8.00
0.00
-30C
+25C
+85C
869
869
881.5
894
881.5
894
MHz
MHz
Gain vs Temperature vs Freq
Gain vs Vdd vs Freq
28.70
28.60
28.50
28.40
28.30
28.20
28.10
28.00
27.90
27.80
31.00
30.00
2.7V
3.0V
3.3V
29.00
28.00
27.00
26.00
25.00
24.00
23.00
869
881.5
869
894
881.5
894
M Hz
M Hz
IIP3 vs Vdd vs Freq
IIP3 vs Temperature vs Freq
0.00
2.7V
3.0V
3.3V
-2.00
-4.00
-5.80
-6.00
-6.20
-6.40
-30C
+25C
+85C
-6.60
-6.80
-7.00
-7.20
-7.40
-6.00
-8.00
-10.00
869
881.5
894
M Hz
8
-30C
+25C
+85C
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869
881.5
M Hz
894
Preliminary – TQ5139
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
CDMA Cell-band Typical Performance – High Gain, Low Linearity Mode
Test Conditions (Unless Otherwise Specified): Vdd=+3.0V; Tc=+25C; LO=xxx.xMHz, -5 dBm.
NF vs Temperature vs Freq
NF vs Vdd vs Freq
2.20
2.15
2.10
2.05
3.00
2.00
1.95
1.90
1.85
1.80
1.50
2.50
2.00
1.00
2.7V
3.0V
3.3V
-30 C
+25 C
+85 C
0.50
0.00
869
881.5
869
894
881.5
894
M Hz
M Hz
Gain vs Vdd vs Freq
Gain vs Temperature vs Freq
30.00
27.55
27.50
27.45
27.40
27.35
29.00
28.00
27.00
26.00
27.30
27.25
27.20
27.15
2.7 V
3.0 V
3.3 V
869
881.5
25.00
-30 C
+25 C
+85 C
24.00
23.00
869
894
881.5
894
M Hz
M Hz
IIP3 vs Temperature vs Freq
IIP3 vs Vdd vs Freq
-8.60
2.7V
3.0V
3.3V
-8.70
-8.80
-8.90
-9.00
-9.10
-7.80
-8.00
-30 C
+25 C
+85 C
-8.20
-8.40
-8.60
-8.80
-9.00
-9.20
-9.40
-9.20
-9.30
869
881.5
M Hz
894
869
881.5
894
M Hz
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TQ5139-Preliminary
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
CDMA Cell-band Typical Performance – Low Gain Mode
Test Conditions (Unless Otherwise Specified): Vdd=+3.0V; Tc=+25C; LO=xxx.xMHz, -5 dBm.
Noise Figure vs Vdd vs Freq
Noise Figure vs Temperature vs Freq
14.00
10.80
12.00
10.70
10.00
10.60
8.00
10.50
6.00
-30C
10.40
4.00
+25C
10.30
2.00
+85C
10.20
0.00
2.7V
3.0V
3.3V
10.10
869
881.5
894
869
881.5
M Hz
M Hz
Gain vs Temperature vs Freq
Gain vs Voltage vs Freq
14.00
11.60
12.00
11.50
10.00
11.40
8.00
11.30
6.00
-30C
11.20
2.7V
4.00
+25C
11.10
3.0V
2.00
+85C
11.00
3.3V
0.00
10.90
869
881.5
894
869
881.5
M Hz
894
M Hz
IIP3 vs Vdd vs Freq
IIP3 vs Temperature vs Freq
10.40
10.80
10.20
10.60
10.00
10.40
10.20
9.80
-30C
+25C
+85C
9.60
9.40
9.20
869
881.5
894
10.00
2.7V
9.80
3.0V
9.60
3.3V
9.40
M Hz
869
881.5
M Hz
10
894
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894
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Data Sheet (V 0.6)
CDMA Cell-band Typical Performance – GPS Mode
Test Conditions (Unless Otherwise Specified): Vdd=+3.0V; Tc=+25C; LO=xxx.xMHz, -5 dBm.
GPS Noise Figure vs Vdd
GPS Noise Figure vs Temperature
2.32
2.31
2.30
2.29
2.28
2.27
2.26
2.25
2.24
2.23
3.50
3.00
dB
2.50
2.00
1.50
1.00
0.50
0.00
2.7
3.0
-30
3.3
25
85
Degrees C
V o lt s
GPS Gain vs Temperature
GPS Gain vs Vdd
32.05
35.00
32.00
34.00
31.95
33.00
31.90
32.00
31.85
31.00
31.80
30.00
31.75
29.00
31.70
28.00
31.65
27.00
2.7
3.0
3.3
-30
25
V o lt s
85
D e gre e s C
G P S IIP 3 v s V dd
GPS IIP3 vs Temperature
0.00
-2.00
0.00
-4.00
-5.00
-6.00
-8.00
-10.00
-10.00
-15.00
-12.00
-14.00
-20.00
-16.00
-25.00
-18.00
2.7
3.0
3.3
-30
Volts
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85
D e gre e s C
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TQ5139-Preliminary
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Mode Programming Truth Table1
Mode
Logic Inputs
Shut Down
Cell Mode
GPS Mode
1The
12
Gain
LIN
BUFFEN/GPS
All circuits off
Low
Low
Low
High-gain, high-linearity (HGHL)
High
High
X
High-gain, low-linearity (HGLL)
High
Low
X
Low-Gain (LG)
Low
High
X
Low
Low
High
symbol X (“don’t care”) means a logic input does not affect an operating mode.
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Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Application/Test Circuit:
CMixer RF Input
CLNA Output
1.2 pF
3.9 pF
Vdd LNA
6.8 nH
10 nH
100 nF
GAIN
LIN BUFFEN
Vdd Mixer
Vdd DIG
150 nH
CL
NA_
OU
T
390 ohms
CLNA Input
100 nF
5.6 nH
3.3 nH
Vdd LNA
BU
` FFE
N
CMI
X_I
N
150 nH
VD
D_
DIG
9 pF
CM_OUT+
Logic Control
8:1
9 pF
CLNA_IN
CM_OUT-
CLNA_GND
MIX_GND
VDD_LNA
100 nF
LIN
Cell IF Output
Iset
2.7 pF
GLNA Input
GAI
N
TQ5139
9 pF
Vdd_MIX
GLNA_IN
GM_OUT+
GPS_GND
GM_OUT-
Vdd Mixer
3 pF
GPS IF Output
8:1
6 pF
1.0 pF
VD
D_L
O
GL
NA_
OU
T
CL
O_I
N
GL
O_I
N
GMI
X_I
N
3 pF
CL
O_
OU
T
220 nH
220 nH
Vdd Mixer
100 nF
Vdd LO
3.9 nH
3.3 nH
Vdd LNA
1 pF
2 pF
GLNA Output
GLO Input
CLO Input
1 pF
GMixer Input
CLO Output
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Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Recommended PC board layout to Accept 24 Pin Module Package:
Notes:
1 Only ground signal traces are allowed directly under the package
2 Primary dimensions are in millimeters
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Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Package Type: 24 Pin Plastic Module Package
DESCRIPTION
METRIC
ENGLISH
NOTE
JEDEC DESIGNATION
PIN 1
Detail X
PIN 1
D etail X
LA SER M ARK
PIN 1 ID
A
OVERALL HEIGHT
0.90 +/-.10 mm
.035 +/-.004 in
b
TERMINAL WIDTH
0.23 +/-.07 mm
.009 +/-.003 in
1
D
PACKAGE LENGTH
4.00 mm BSC
.157 in
1
D2
1
EXPOSED PAD LENGTH
2.45 +/-.15 mm
.084 +/-.006 in
1
e
TERMINAL PITCH
0.50 mm BSC
.020 in
1
E
PACKAGE WIDTH
4.00 mm BSC
.157 in
1
E2
EXPOSED PAD WIDTH
2.45 +/-.15 mm
.084 +/-.006 in
1
0.40 +/-.10 mm
.016 +/-.004 in
1
L
TERMINAL LENGTH
AA
PIN 1 ID LENGTH
0.235 mm BSC
.009 in
1
BB
PIN 1 ID WIDTH
0.235 mm BSC
.009 in
1
CC
PIN 1 ID TO EDGE
0.18 mm BSC
.007 in
1
DD
PIN 1 ID TO EDGE
0.18 mm BSC
.007 in
1
Notes: Primary dimensions are in metric millimeters. The English equivalents are calculated and
subject to rounding error.
TQ5139-Preliminary
Data Sheet (V 0.6)
Additional Information
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Revision 0.6 December, 2002
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