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AM9018

0.9 to 18 GHz Miniature Receiver Module


Recommended for New Designs


Product Options

2.0 GHz IF Output w/ 1 GHz Bandwidth
1.0 GHz IF Output w/ 500 MHz Bandwidth
Single Channel AM9018-x Evaluation Board
Dual Channel AM9018-x Evaluation Board
Quad Channel AM9018-x Evaluation Board

Product Overview

AM9018-1 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 2 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

Product Overview

AM9018-2 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.4 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 1 GHz with a 500 MHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

Product Overview

AM9018 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 2 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

Evaluation board includes SMA input and output connectors, SMA reference input, and a single SMA voltage input. AM9018 evaluation board requires software control via a USB module provided on the evaluation board. Included with the evaluation board is a graphical interface for control of the module and a user manual showing how to operate the module using the provided GUI. Reference input can be either 10 MHz from your test equipment or a 100 MHz direct from a signal generator. Evaluation board includes one AM9018 unit mounted to the board.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

 

Product Overview

AM9018 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 2 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

Evaluation board includes SMA input and output connectors, SMA reference input, and a single SMA voltage input. AM9018 evaluation board requires software control via a USB module provided on the evaluation board. Included with the evaluation board is a graphical interface for control of the module and a user manual showing how to operate the module using the provided GUI. Reference input can be either 10 MHz from your test equipment or a 100 MHz direct from a signal generator. Additionally the units may be controlled independently or synced together for coherent operation. Evaluation board includes two AM9018 units mounted to the board.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

Product Overview

AM9018 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 2 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

Evaluation board includes SMA input and output connectors, SMA reference input, and a single SMA voltage input. AM9018 evaluation board requires software control via a USB module provided on the evaluation board. Included with the evaluation board is a graphical interface for control of the module and a user manual showing how to operate the module using the provided GUI. Reference input can be either 10 MHz from your test equipment or a 100 MHz direct from a signal generator. Additionally the units may be controlled independently or synced together for coherent operation. Evaluation board includes four AM9018 units mounted to the board.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

Specifications

Function

Receive

Freq. (GHz)

0.9 - 18

NF (dB)

14

IIP3 (dBm)

5

Bandwidth (MHz)

1000

Output

2 GHz Analog IF

Power Consump (W)

6.1

Package

1.40" x 3.00" x 0.27"



ECCN: In Process

Harmonized Code: 8529.90

AM9018

0.9 to 18 GHz Miniature Receiver Module


Recommended for New Designs

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Product Options

2.0 GHz IF Output w/ 1 GHz Bandwidth
1.0 GHz IF Output w/ 500 MHz Bandwidth
Single Channel AM9018-x Evaluation Board
Dual Channel AM9018-x Evaluation Board
Quad Channel AM9018-x Evaluation Board

Product Overview

AM9018-1 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 2 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

Product Overview

AM9018-2 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.4 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 1 GHz with a 500 MHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

Product Overview

AM9018 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 2 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

Evaluation board includes SMA input and output connectors, SMA reference input, and a single SMA voltage input. AM9018 evaluation board requires software control via a USB module provided on the evaluation board. Included with the evaluation board is a graphical interface for control of the module and a user manual showing how to operate the module using the provided GUI. Reference input can be either 10 MHz from your test equipment or a 100 MHz direct from a signal generator. Evaluation board includes one AM9018 unit mounted to the board.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

 

Product Overview

AM9018 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 2 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

Evaluation board includes SMA input and output connectors, SMA reference input, and a single SMA voltage input. AM9018 evaluation board requires software control via a USB module provided on the evaluation board. Included with the evaluation board is a graphical interface for control of the module and a user manual showing how to operate the module using the provided GUI. Reference input can be either 10 MHz from your test equipment or a 100 MHz direct from a signal generator. Additionally the units may be controlled independently or synced together for coherent operation. Evaluation board includes two AM9018 units mounted to the board.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

Product Overview

AM9018 is a fully integrated tuner module that provides high dynamic range coverage from 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz. The tuner also provides a bypass path from 10 MHz to 6 GHz for direct spectrum capture. The heterodyne tuner module is designed for high performance and low size, weight, and power (low SWaP) and is mechanically mountable to a host circuit board for use in multi-channel receiver applications.

Input limiter, sub-octave preselectors, pre-amplifiers, local oscillators, frequency converters, ADC driver amplifiers, power and control line filtering, a temperature sensor, and a control FPGA are included as well as a calibration input port. The analog IF output frequency is centered at 2 GHz with a 1 GHz bandwidth. Multiple tuner sets can be configured to work together for coherent operation and N-channel applications. Interfacing to the tuner is accomplished by simply providing an RF input, DC voltages, frequency reference, SPI control, and routing the IF output.

Evaluation board includes SMA input and output connectors, SMA reference input, and a single SMA voltage input. AM9018 evaluation board requires software control via a USB module provided on the evaluation board. Included with the evaluation board is a graphical interface for control of the module and a user manual showing how to operate the module using the provided GUI. Reference input can be either 10 MHz from your test equipment or a 100 MHz direct from a signal generator. Additionally the units may be controlled independently or synced together for coherent operation. Evaluation board includes four AM9018 units mounted to the board.

 

Atlanta Micro also offers a sister part to the AM9018, the AM9030 which is a 0.9 GHz to 18 GHz transmitter. The AM9030 is footprint and software compatible with the AM9018 saving resources in terms of layout and software development as the same code may be used to control either tuner. More information is available on the AM9030 product page. Dual AM9018 and AM9030 eval boards (1 each on a 2 channel board) may be available upon request.

Specifications

Function

Receive

Freq. (GHz)

0.9 - 18

NF (dB)

14

IIP3 (dBm)

5

Bandwidth (MHz)

1000

Output

2 GHz Analog IF

Power Consump (W)

6.1

Package

1.40" x 3.00" x 0.27"



ECCN: In Process

Harmonized Code: 8529.90

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