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Part Number: TRF370315
The Electrical characteristics in the datasheet repeatedly state that they are using a Single 4-MHz CW baseband input tone, differential-ended 196 VRMS. Can you tell me the lowest frequency baseband that can be used with the TRF370315?
Thanks for your help with this!
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In reply to RJ Hopper:
In reply to Richard Elmquist:
Thanks for your response! I will send this to the customer.
The customer also made the following statement:
Just to make sure, I am interested in baseband input performance below 350 MHz, not RF out. I am pretty sure it works below since a 4 MHz CW tone is being sent to the baseband inputs for characterization of the parts. This what leads me to believe that the 1dB knee at 350 MHz is the upper frequency of performance.
Please comment on this. Thanks for your help with this!
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