LMX2571 Evaluation Module

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Description

The LMX2571EVM is an evaluation board for the LMX2571 which is a frequency synthesizer with low noise, high performance integrated VCO. The VCO core is a low noise 5GHz VCO, after the output channel divider, the divided down frequencies are 10MHz to 1400MHz.

The internal VCO is bypassable, allowing the use of external VCO. A separated 5V charge pump is dedicated for external VCO, eliminating the need for an op-amp to support 5V VCO. Output of the external VCO can also route through another output channel divider.

LMX2571EVM can be programmed via (1) SPI programming, (2) I2S programming and (3) PIN mode. PIN mode supports up to 8-level FSK modulation. The board can be powered with a 5V external supply.

Features
  • External VCO option
  • Output channel divider supports 10MHz to 1400MHz operations
  • Direct digital FSK modulation
  • One TX/RX output or two fanout outputs
  • Crystal, XO or differential reference clock input


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LMX2571EVM:
LMX2571 Evaluation Module

$249.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
Datasheet (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 2987 01 Jun 2016
Application notes (1)
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PDF 267 30 May 2017 489
User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 1385 18 Jun 2015 480

Software (1)

Name Part Number Software Type
CodeLoader Software for Device Register Programming  CODELOADER  Application Software & Frameworks 

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
LMX2571  LMX2571 Low Power Synthesizer with FSK Modulation  Clock and Timing 

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