ETC 4036FY5

M I C R O T U N E™
4036 FY5 RF FRONTEND MODULE
(3X1981, 3X1223, 3X7686)
DATA SHEET
PC/TV MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
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1 APPLICATIONS
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•
PC Multimedia
TV Multimedia
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•
Reception standard M/N
Suitable for NTSC and PAL color coding within standard M/N
VHF, Hyperband, and UHF
Meets requirements of FCC
Frequency range from 54 MHz to 805 MHz
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Band selection and tuning via I2C bus
Single 5V supply
Built-in video buffer
Baseband outputs for audio and video
Dimensions (l x h x d): 88 x 39 x 14 mm
Internal automatic gain control (AGC) loop
2 FEATURES
3 INTRODUCTION
The 4036 FY5 RF Frontend Module (Figure 1) is a complete RF front-end system
specifically designed for PC/TV multimedia applications, and complies with the
NTSC M/N reception standard.
Figure 1
4036 FY5 RF Frontend Module
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The 4036 FY5 Frontend Module contains two primary functional areas:
a hyperband tuner element that covers the frequency range from 54 MHz to 805
MHz
an intermediate frequency (IF) element that includes a SAW filter, an IF amplifier,
and video and sound demodulators
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•
The reception frequency range is divided into VHF low, VHF high, and UHF. Band
selection and tuning are done via I2C bus. Also, a digital AFC function can be
realized because the AFC voltage generated by the IF demodulator is fed to an
analog/digital converter integrated in the PLL IC and readable via the I2C bus.
A DC/DC converter for 33V generation is built in, so that only a single supply voltage
of 5V is required.
4 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
This section contains mechanical, socket, and operating characteristics for the 4036
FY5 Frontend Module.
4.1 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTI CS
PIN
4
5
6
87.7
12.9
7
NOT CONNECTED
8
SUPPLY VOLTAGE VS1 FOR TUNER 5V
9
IIC BUS SIGNAL SCL
10
IIC BUS SIGNAL SDA
11
ADDRESS SELECTION FOR IIC BUS
12
13
14
38.9
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The module’s AF signal is available at the audio output terminal and the CVBS signal
is available at the video output terminal. A video buffer is built in for direct
connection to a 75Ω input.
7
TEMIC
8
9
10
11
17
18
19
20
21
15
16
17
NOT CONNECTED
18
2nd IF
19
VIDEO OUTPUT CVBS
20
SUPPLY VOLTAGE VS1 FOR IF PART 5V
21
AF1 SOUND OUTPUT
LABEL
Figure 2
4036 FY5 Frontend Module Mechanical Drawing
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4.2 SOCKET CHARACTERISTICS
Table 1
Socket Characteristics
TUNER TYPE
3X1223
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L
SOCKET DRAWING
7
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L
H
H
H
SOCKET TYPE
3X7686
L
8
9
7
8
7
9
F-Connector
Mini-phono
Phono
SOCKET LENGTH
18.0 mm
9.0 mm
9.9 mm
HEIGHT TO SOCKET
29.1 mm
29.1 mm
29.1 mm
8
4.3 OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS
The operating conditions listed in Table 2 reflect the conditions necessary for optimal
performance and operating reliability.
Table 2
Operating Characteristics
PARAMETER
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
Reception standard
M/N
Frequency range
VHF Low (ch 02 to G)
54
157.25
MHz
VHF High (ch H to W+26)
162
451.25
MHz
UHF (ch W+27 to 69)
456
801.25
MHz
Margin
VHF Low (ch 02 to G)
VHF High (ch H to W+36)
UHF (ch W+27 to 69)
±1
MHz
+1 / -5
MHz
±3
MHz
Recommended takeover frequencies
(referred to picture carrier)
VHF Low / VHF High
158
MHz
UHF
453
MHz
IF (oscillator operates above received
frequency)
Picture carrier
45.75
MHz
Sound carrier
41.25
MHz
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PARAMETER
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
4.75
5
5.25
V
200
mA
Power supply voltage
Voltage VS1
Current consumption
Input impedance
VHF/UHF common
75
unbalanced
Ω
Temperature
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
0
60
°C
-25
60
°C
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5 TUNER MEASUREMENT TEST CO NDITIONS
All tuner data is held under the following conditions unless otherwise noted:
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•
measurement tolerance:
ambient temperature:
supply voltages:
10% or 1 dB
+25°C ± 3°C
VS1 ± 5%
6 TUNER ELECTRICAL CHARACTE RISTICS
All values shown in Table 3 are referred to the RF input terminal.
Table 3
FM Electrical Characteristics
PARAMETER
Voltage gain, ch 02 to
ch 69
Noise figure (test
circuit acc. 7.2)
VSWR, referred to
channel center
frequency
AGC Range
IF Rejection
TEST CONDITIONS
Measured between antenna input and
IF1 and Pin 16 and Pin 17. The input is
loaded with 75Ω and the IF output is
loaded with a test circuit acc. 7.1.
MIN
TYP
38
45
MAX
UNIT
dB
VHF Low
8.0
dB
VHF High
9.0
dB
UHF
9.0
dB
VHF Low
4.0
VHF High
4.0
UHF
4.0
VHF Low
45
dB
VHF High
40
dB
UHF
35
dB
VHF Low
50
dB
VHF High
60
dB
UHF
60
dB
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PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
Image rejection
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
VHF Low
60
dB
VHF High (ch H to 13)
60
dB
VHF High (ch J to W+26)
50
dB
UHF
50
dB
The amplitude difference between the top of the frequency response curve and
any frequency between the picture and sound carrier will not exceed 4 dB at
nominal gain.
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7 TEST CIRCUITS
7.1 VOLTAGE GAIN
RF Part
IF1 - MP
IF2 - MP
820 Ohm
+/- 1%
820 Ohm
+/- 1%
47 Ohm
+/- 1%
180 Ohm
+/- 1%
Figure 3
75 Ohm Impedance
Test Circuit for Voltage Gain
Test circuit attenuation is 31.2 dB.
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7.2 NOISE FIGURE
RF Part
IF1 - MP
IF2 - MP
300 Ohm
75 Ohm Impedance
T1
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Figure 4
Test Circuit for Noise Figure
7.3 OUTPUT PARAMETERS
7.3.1 VIDEO OUTPUT
The video output signal type is CVBS.
Table 4
Video Output
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
Conditions
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
Ant. input level 66 dBµV, 12.5% residual carrier
CVBS Output level
1
Vp-p
Load impedance
75
Ω
Video S/N,
unweighted, flat field
(O IRE)
VHF
46
dB
UHF
45
dB
1 MHz
-1.5
1.5
dB
Frequency response
(ref.: 0.2 MHz),
(sin x)/x
2 MHz
-2
2
dB
3 MHz
-4
2
dB
3.58 MHz
-8
-1
dB
Differential gain
NTC 7 Composite
5
%p-p
Differential phase
NTC 7 Composite
5
°p-p
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7.3.2 SOUND OUTPUT
Table 5
Sound Output
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
Conditions
Antenna input level 66 dBµV
Video signal: color bar
Test signal: 1 kHz, 25 kHz deviation
75 µs pre-emphasis
Output level
DC
TYP
UNIT
2.0
Load impedance
2.2
AF level
200
S/N
Unweighted
Frequency response:
40 Hz to 15 kHz
6 kHz deviation
V
kΩ
250
THD+N
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MAX
300
mV rms
0.5
%
49
-1
dB
1
dB
MAX
UNIT
7.3.3 SECOND IF OUTPUT
Table 6
2nd IF Output
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
AC Level of 4.5 MHz
50
120
Load impedance
0.5
mVp-p
kΩ
8 I²C BUS
8.1 WRITE DATA FORMAT
Table 7
Write Data Format
MSB
LSB
1
1
0
0
0
MA1
MA0
R/W1
A2
Divider byte 1
0
n14
n13
n12
n11
n10
n9
n8
A
Divider byte 2
n7
n6
n5
n4
n3
n2
n1
n0
A
Address byte
3
Control byte 1
1
CP
Control byte 2
P7
P6
T2
T1
T0
RSA
RSB
OS
A
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
P0
A
1
R/W = 0 is write mode
A = Acknowledge
3
CP = 1 is charge pump current high
2
Note:
MSB is transmitted first.
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Table 8
Address Selection
MA1
MA0
ADDRESS
0
0
C0
(0 to 0.1) VS1
0
1
C2
(0.2 to 0.3) VS1 or open
1
0
C4
(0.4 to 0.6) VS1
1
1
C6
(0.9 to 1) VS1
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Table 9
VOLTAGE AT PIN 11
Oscillator Frequency and Divider Byte Calculation
RSA
RSB
REFERENCE DIVIDER
MIN. TUNING STEP
1
1
512
62.5 kHz
FREF
7.8125 kHz
X
0
640
50.0 kHz
6.25 kHz
0
1
1024
31.25 kHz
3.90625 kHz
Use the following formula to calculate oscillator frequency and divider byte.
fosc = fref × 8 × SF
Where:
fosc = Local oscillator frequency
fref = Crystal reference frequency ÷ 512 = 4 MHz ÷ 512 = 7.8125 kHz
SF = Programmable scaling factor
Scaling factor is SF = 16384 × n14 + 8192 × n13 × 4096 × n12 + 2048 ×
n11 + 1024 × n10 + 512 × n9 + 256 × n8 + 128 × n7 + 64 × n6 + 32 × n5
+ 16 × n4 + 8 × n3 + 4 × n2 + 2 × n1 + n0
Table 10
Control Byte 1 Settings (Default)
MSB
Control byte 1
1
Table 11
BAND
ACTIVE PORT
LSB
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
A
Control Byte 2 (Band Selection)
P7
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
P0
VHF Low
P7, P5
1
0
1
0
0
X
X
X
VHF High
P7, P4
1
0
0
1
0
X
X
X
UHF
P5, P4
0
0
1
1
0
X
X
X
Note:
X = not used
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8.2 READ DATA FORMAT
Table 12
Read Data Format
MSB
Address Byte
Status Byte
LSB
1
1
0
0
0
MA1
MA0
R/W
A
POR
FL
I2
I1
I0
A2
A1
A0
A
Table 13
Read Data Format Descriptions
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CODE
DESCRIPTION
R/W
1 = Read mode
POR
Power on reset flag ( POR =1 at power on)
FL
In lock flag (FL= 1 when PLL is locked)
I2, I1, I0
Digital levels for I/O ports P7, P5 and P4 (not used)
A2, A1, A0
Digital output of 5-level ADC for AFC function. Value for
correct tuning: A2 = 0, A1= 1, A0 = 0
Note:
Short circuit at pins 18, 19, or 21 can damage internal circuits.
9 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (E SD) PROTECTION
WARNING:
The 4036 FY5 RF Frontend Module contains components that
can be damaged by electrostatic discharge.
Observe these precautions:
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Ground yourself before handling the Frontend.
Do not touch the Frontend´s connector pins without ESD protection.
10 NTSC M/N AIR
Table 14
NTSC M/N Air
I2C BUS CODE (HEX)
RECEPTION FREQUENCY
f step = 62.5 kHz
Air
channel
CH#
Pix
carrier
(MHz)
Control byte
f step = 50 kHz
Divider byte
Control byte
Divider byte
Band
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
55.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
06
50
88
A2
07
E4
3
3
61.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
06
B0
88
A2
08
5C
4
4
67.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
07
10
88
A2
08
D4
5
5
77.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
07
B0
88
A2
09
9C
6
6
83.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
08
10
88
A2
0A
14
7
7
175.25
VHF High
8E
94
0D
D0
88
94
11
44
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RECEPTION FREQUENCY
f step = 62.5 kHz
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Air
channel
CH#
Pix
carrier
(MHz)
Control byte
f step = 50 kHz
Divider byte
Control byte
Divider byte
Band
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
BC
8
8
181.25
VHF High
8E
94
0E
30
88
94
11
9
9
187.25
VHF High
8E
94
0E
90
88
94
12
34
10
10
193.25
VHF High
8E
94
0E
F0
88
94
12
AC
11
11
199.25
VHF High
8E
94
0F
50
88
94
13
24
12
12
205.25
VHF High
8E
94
0F
B0
88
94
13
9C
13
13
211.25
VHF High
8E
94
10
10
88
94
14
14
14
14
471.25
UHF
8E
31
20
50
88
31
28
64
15
15
477.25
UHF
8E
31
20
B0
88
31
28
DC
16
16
483.25
UHF
8E
31
21
10
88
31
29
54
17
17
489.25
UHF
8E
31
21
70
88
31
29
CC
18
18
495.25
UHF
8E
31
21
D0
88
31
2A
44
19
19
501.25
UHF
8E
31
22
30
88
31
2A
BC
20
20
507.25
UHF
8E
31
22
90
88
31
2B
34
21
21
513.25
UHF
8E
31
22
F0
88
31
2B
AC
22
22
519.25
UHF
8E
31
23
50
88
31
2C
24
23
23
525.25
UHF
8E
31
23
B0
88
31
2C
9C
24
24
531.25
UHF
8E
31
24
10
88
31
2D
14
25
25
537.25
UHF
8E
31
24
70
88
31
2D
8C
26
26
543.25
UHF
8E
31
24
D0
88
31
2E
04
27
27
549.25
UHF
8E
31
25
30
88
31
2E
7C
28
28
555.25
UHF
8E
31
25
90
88
31
2E
F4
29
29
561.25
UHF
8E
31
25
F0
88
31
2F
6C
30
30
567.25
UHF
8E
31
26
50
88
31
2F
E4
31
31
573.25
UHF
8E
31
26
B0
88
31
30
5C
32
32
579.25
UHF
8E
31
27
10
88
31
30
D4
33
33
585.25
UHF
8E
31
27
70
88
31
31
4C
34
34
585.25
UHF
8E
31
27
D0
88
31
31
C4
35
35
597.25
UHF
8E
31
28
30
88
31
21
3C
36
36
603.25
UHF
8E
31
28
90
88
31
32
B4
37
37
609.25
UHF
8E
31
28
F0
88
31
33
2C
38
38
615.25
UHF
8E
31
29
50
88
31
33
A4
39
39
621.25
UHF
8E
31
29
B0
88
31
34
1C
40
40
627.25
UHF
8E
31
2A
10
88
31
34
94
41
41
633.25
UHF
8E
31
2A
70
88
31
35
0C
42
42
639.25
UHF
8E
31
2A
D0
88
31
35
84
43
43
645.25
UHF
8E
31
2B
30
88
31
35
FC
44
44
651.25
UHF
8E
31
2B
90
88
31
36
74
45
45
657.25
UHF
8E
31
2B
F0
88
31
36
EC
46
46
663.25
UHF
8E
31
2C
50
88
31
37
64
47
47
669.25
UHF
8E
31
2C
B0
88
31
37
DC
48
48
675.25
UHF
8E
31
2D
10
88
31
38
54
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I2C BUS CODE (HEX)
RECEPTION FREQUENCY
f step = 62.5 kHz
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Air
channel
CH#
Pix
carrier
(MHz)
Control byte
Band
f step = 50 kHz
Divider byte
1
2
1
2
Control byte
1
2
Divider byte
1
2
CC
49
49
681.25
UHF
8E
31
2D
70
88
31
38
50
50
687.25
UHF
8E
31
2D
D0
88
31
39
44
51
51
693.25
UHF
8E
31
2E
30
88
31
39
BC
52
52
699.25
UHF
8E
31
2E
90
88
31
3A
34
53
53
705.25
UHF
8E
31
2E
F0
88
31
3A
AC
54
54
711.25
UHF
8E
31
2F
50
88
31
3B
24
55
55
717.25
UHF
8E
31
2F
B0
88
31
3B
9C
56
56
723.25
UHF
8E
31
30
10
88
31
3C
14
57
57
729.25
UHF
8E
31
30
70
88
31
3C
8C
58
58
735.25
UHF
8E
31
30
D0
88
31
3D
04
59
59
741.25
UHF
8E
31
31
30
88
31
3D
7C
60
60
747.25
UHF
8E
31
31
90
88
31
3D
F4
61
61
753.25
UHF
8E
31
31
F0
88
31
3E
6C
62
62
759.25
UHF
8E
31
32
50
88
31
3E
E4
63
63
765.25
UHF
8E
31
32
B0
88
31
3F
5C
64
64
771.25
UHF
8E
31
33
10
88
31
3F
D4
65
65
777.25
UHF
8E
31
33
70
88
31
40
4C
66
66
783.25
UHF
8E
31
33
D0
88
31
40
C4
67
67
789.25
UHF
8E
31
34
30
88
31
41
3C
68
68
795.25
UHF
8E
31
34
90
88
31
41
B4
69
69
801.25
UHF
8E
31
34
F0
88
31
42
2C
11 NTSC M/N CABLE
Table 15
NTSC M/N Cable
I2C BUS CODE (HEX)
RECEPTION FREQUENCY
f step = 62.5 kHz
Cable
channel
CH#
Pix
carrier
(MHz)
Control byte
Band
1
2
f step = 50 kHz
Divider byte
1
2
Control byte
1
2
Divider byte
1
2
4C
4A
1
73.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
07
70
88
A2
09
2
2
55.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
06
50
88
A2
07
E4
3
3
61.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
06
B0
88
A2
08
5C
4
4
67.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
07
10
88
A2
08
D4
5
5
77.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
07
B0
88
A2
09
9C
7
7
175.25
VHF High
8E
94
0D
D0
88
94
11
44
8
8
181.25
VHF High
8E
94
0E
30
88
94
11
BC
9
9
187.25
VHF High
8E
94
0E
90
88
94
12
34
10
10
193.25
VHF High
8E
94
0E
F0
88
94
12
AC
11
11
199.25
VHF High
8E
94
0F
50
88
94
13
24
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DATA SHEET
PC/TV MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
I2C BUS CODE (HEX)
RECEPTION FREQUENCY
f step = 62.5 kHz
Proprietary and Confidential
Cable
channel
CH#
Pix
carrier
(MHz)
Control byte
f step = 50 kHz
Divider byte
Control byte
Divider byte
Band
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
12
12
205.25
VHF High
8E
94
0F
B0
88
94
13
9C
13
13
211.25
VHF High
8E
94
10
10
88
94
14
14
A
14
121.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
0A
70
88
A2
0D
0C
B
15
127.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
0A
D0
88
A2
0D
84
C
16
133.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
0B
30
88
A2
0D
FC
D
17
139.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
0B
90
88
A2
0E
74
E
18
145.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
0B
F0
88
A2
0E
EC
F
19
151.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
0C
50
88
A2
0F
64
G
20
157.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
0C
B0
88
A2
0F
DC
H
21
163.25
VHF High
8E
94
0D
10
88
94
10
54
I
22
169.25
VHF High
8E
94
0D
70
88
94
10
CC
J
23
217.25
VHF High
8E
94
10
70
88
94
14
8C
K
24
223.25
VHF High
8E
94
10
D0
88
94
15
04
L
25
229.25
VHF High
8E
94
11
30
88
94
15
7C
M
26
235.25
VHF High
8E
94
11
90
88
94
15
F4
N
27
241.25
VHF High
8E
94
11
F0
88
94
16
6C
O
28
247.25
VHF High
8E
94
12
50
88
94
16
E4
P
29
253.25
VHF High
8E
94
12
B0
88
94
17
5C
Q
30
259.25
VHF High
8E
94
13
10
88
94
17
D4
R
31
265.25
VHF High
8E
94
13
70
88
94
18
4C
S
32
271.25
VHF High
8E
94
13
D0
88
94
18
C4
T
33
277.25
VHF High
8E
94
14
30
88
94
19
3C
U
34
283.25
VHF High
8E
94
14
90
88
94
19
B4
V
35
289.25
VHF High
8E
94
14
F0
88
94
1A
2C
W
36
295.25
VHF High
8E
94
15
50
88
94
1A
A4
W+1
37
301.25
VHF High
8E
94
15
B0
88
94
1B
1C
W+2
38
307.25
VHF High
8E
94
16
10
88
94
1B
94
W+3
39
313.25
VHF High
8E
94
16
70
88
94
1C
0C
W+4
40
319.25
VHF High
8E
94
16
D0
88
94
1C
84
W+5
41
325.25
VHF High
8E
94
17
30
88
94
1C
FC
W+6
42
331.25
VHF High
8E
94
17
90
88
94
1D
74
W+7
43
337.25
VHF High
8E
94
17
F0
88
94
1D
EC
W+8
44
343.25
VHF High
8E
94
18
50
88
94
1E
64
W+9
45
349.25
VHF High
8E
94
18
B0
88
94
1E
DC
W+10
46
355.25
VHF High
8E
94
19
10
88
94
1F
54
W+11
47
361.25
VHF High
8E
94
19
70
88
94
1F
CC
W+12
48
367.25
VHF High
8E
94
19
D0
88
94
20
44
W+13
49
373.25
VHF High
8E
94
1A
30
88
94
20
BC
W+14
50
379.25
VHF High
8E
94
1A
90
88
94
21
34
W+15
51
385.25
VHF High
8E
94
1A
F0
88
94
21
AC
W+16
52
391.25
VHF High
8E
94
1B
50
88
94
22
24
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DATA SHEET
PC/TV MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
I2C BUS CODE (HEX)
RECEPTION FREQUENCY
f step = 62.5 kHz
Proprietary and Confidential
Cable
channel
CH#
Pix
carrier
(MHz)
Control byte
Band
1
2
f step = 50 kHz
Divider byte
1
2
Control byte
1
2
Divider byte
1
2
9C
W+17
53
397.25
VHF High
8E
94
1B
B0
88
94
22
W+18
54
403.25
VHF High
8E
94
1C
10
88
94
23
14
W+19
55
409.25
VHF High
8E
94
1C
70
88
94
23
8C
W+20
56
415.25
VHF High
8E
94
1C
D0
88
94
24
04
W+21
57
421.25
VHF High
8E
94
1D
30
88
94
24
7C
W+22
58
427.25
VHF High
8E
94
1D
90
88
94
24
F4
W+23
59
433.25
VHF High
8E
94
1D
F0
88
94
25
6C
W+24
60
439.25
VHF High
8E
94
1E
50
88
94
25
E4
W+25
61
445.25
VHF High
8E
94
1E
B0
88
94
26
5C
W+26
62
451.25
VHF High
8E
94
1F
10
88
94
26
D4
W+27
63
457.25
UHF
8E
31
1F
70
88
31
27
4C
W+28
64
463.25
UHF
8E
31
1F
D0
88
31
27
C4
3C
W+29
65
469.25
UHF
8E
31
20
30
88
31
28
66
66
475.25
UHF
8E
31
20
90
88
31
28
B4
67
67
481.25
UHF
8E
31
20
F0
88
31
29
2C
68
68
487.25
UHF
8E
31
21
50
88
31
29
A4
69
69
493.25
UHF
8E
31
21
B0
88
31
2A
1C
70
70
499.25
UHF
8E
31
22
10
88
31
2A
94
71
71
505.25
UHF
8E
31
22
70
88
31
2B
0C
72
72
511.25
UHF
8E
31
22
D0
88
31
2B
84
73
73
517.25
UHF
8E
31
23
30
88
31
2B
FC
74
74
523.25
UHF
8E
31
23
90
88
31
2C
74
75
75
529.25
UHF
8E
31
24
50
88
31
2D
64
76
76
535.25
UHF
8E
31
23
90
88
31
2C
74
77
77
541.25
UHF
8E
31
24
B0
88
31
2D
DC
78
78
547.25
UHF
8E
31
25
10
88
31
2E
54
79
79
553.25
UHF
8E
31
25
70
88
31
2E
CC
80
80
559.25
UHF
8E
31
25
D0
88
31
2F
44
81
81
565.25
UHF
8E
31
26
30
88
31
2F
BC
82
82
571.25
UHF
8E
31
26
90
88
31
30
34
83
83
577.25
UHF
8E
31
26
F0
88
31
30
AC
84
84
583.25
UHF
8E
31
27
50
88
31
31
24
85
85
589.25
UHF
8E
31
27
B0
88
31
31
9C
86
86
595.25
UHF
8E
31
28
10
88
31
32
14
87
87
601.25
UHF
8E
31
28
70
88
31
32
8C
88
88
607.25
UHF
8E
31
28
D0
88
31
33
04
89
89
613.25
UHF
8E
31
29
30
88
31
33
7C
90
90
619.25
UHF
8E
31
29
90
88
31
33
F4
91
91
625.25
UHF
8E
31
29
F0
88
31
34
6C
92
92
631.25
UHF
8E
31
2A
50
88
31
34
E4
93
93
637.25
UHF
8E
31
2A
B0
88
31
35
5C
94
94
643.25
UHF
8E
31
2B
10
88
31
35
D4
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3X1981, 3X1223, 3X7686
DATA SHEET
PC/TV MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
I2C BUS CODE (HEX)
RECEPTION FREQUENCY
f step = 62.5 kHz
Proprietary and Confidential
Cable
channel
CH#
Pix
carrier
(MHz)
Control byte
f step = 50 kHz
Divider byte
Control byte
Divider byte
Band
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
A-5
95
91.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
08
90
88
A2
0A
B4
A-4
96
97.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
08
F0
88
A2
0B
2C
A-3
97
103.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
09
50
88
A2
0B
A4
A-2
98
109.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
09
B0
88
A2
0C
1C
A-1
99
115.25
VHF Low
8E
A2
0A
10
88
A2
0C
94
100
100
649.25
UHF
8E
31
2B
70
88
31
36
4C
101
101
655.25
UHF
8E
31
2B
D0
88
31
36
C4
102
102
661.25
UHF
8E
31
2C
30
88
31
37
3C
103
103
667.25
UHF
8E
31
2C
90
88
31
37
B4
104
104
673.25
UHF
8E
31
2C
F0
88
31
38
2C
105
105
679.25
UHF
8E
31
2D
50
88
31
38
A4
106
106
685.25
UHF
8E
31
2D
B0
88
31
39
1C
107
107
691.25
UHF
8E
31
2E
10
88
31
39
94
108
108
697.25
UHF
8E
31
2E
70
88
31
3A
0C
109
109
703.25
UHF
8E
31
2E
D0
88
31
3A
84
110
110
709.25
UHF
8E
31
2F
30
88
31
3A
FC
111
111
715.25
UHF
8E
31
2F
90
88
31
3B
74
112
112
721.25
UHF
8E
31
2F
F0
88
31
3B
FC
113
113
727.25
UHF
8E
31
30
50
88
31
3C
64
114
114
733.25
UHF
8E
31
30
B0
88
31
3C
DC
115
115
739.25
UHF
8E
31
31
10
88
31
3D
54
116
116
745.25
UHF
8E
31
31
70
88
31
3D
CC
117
117
751.25
UHF
8E
31
31
D0
88
31
3E
44
118
118
757.25
UHF
8E
31
32
30
88
31
3F
BC
119
119
763.25
UHF
8E
31
32
90
88
31
3F
34
120
120
769.25
UHF
8E
31
32
F0
88
31
3F
AC
121
121
775.25
UHF
8E
31
33
50
88
31
40
24
122
122
781.25
UHF
8E
31
33
B0
88
31
40
9C
123
123
787.25
UHF
8E
31
34
10
88
31
41
14
124
124
793.25
UHF
8E
31
34
70
88
31
41
8C
125
125
799.25
UHF
8E
31
34
D0
88
31
42
04
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DATA SHEET
PC/TV MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
12 ORDERING INFORMATION
The 4036 FY5 Frontend Modules may be ordered in the packaging units and
quantities as shown in Table 16 and Table 17. For packaging options and quantities
other than those shown, contact one of the offices listed on the following page.
Table 16
Packaging Units
4036 FRONTEND MODELS
PACKAGING UNITS
3X1981
3X7686
Number of Frontend Modules Per Box
72
72
72
Number of Boxes Per Master Box
40
40
40
Table 17
Proprietary and Confidential
3X1223
Order Quantities
NUMBER OF MASTER
BOXES
TOTAL NUMBER OF FRONTENDS PER MASTER BOX
3X1223
3X1981
3X7686
0.5
1,440
1,440
1,440
1.0
2,880
2,880
2,880
1.5
4,320
4,320
4,320
2.0
5,760
5,760
5,760
2.5
7,200
7,200
7,200
3.0
8,640
8,640
8,640
3.5
10,080
10,080
10,080
4.0
11,520
11,520
11,520
4.5
12,960
12,960
12,960
5.0
14,400
14,400
14,400
13 REVISION HISTORY
NAME
DESCRIPTION
ECN NO.
APPROVED BY
DATE
REV
7.3.97
01
19.1.99
02
4.2.99
03
Lead Designer:
F. Heigl
018/97
Group Lead:
VP Systems:
Lead Designer:
F. Heigl
—
Group Lead:
VP Systems:
Lead Designer:
F. Heigl
12/99
Group Lead:
VP Systems:
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DATA SHEET
PC/TV MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
Proprietary and Confidential
NOTICES
NOTICE - The information in this document is believed to be accurate and reliable. Microtune assumes no
responsibility for any consequences arising from the use of this information, nor from any infringement of patents
or the rights of third parties which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under
any patent or other rights of Microtune. The information in this publication replaces and supersedes all
information previously supplied, and is subject to change without notice. The customer is responsible for
assuring that proper design and operating safeguards are observed to minimize inherent and procedural
hazards. Microtune assumes no responsibility for applications assistance or customer product design.
NOTICE - The devices described in this document are not authorized for use in medical, life-support equipment,
or any other application involving a potential risk of severe property or environmental damage, personal injury, or
death without prior express written approval of Microtune. Any such use is understood to be entirely at the user’s
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