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Hittite Tranceiver HMC6000 data sheet

Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals and Component Identification' started by nkey292, Mar 26, 2014.

  1. nkey292

    nkey292

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    hello Dear Friends,

    i am working on a wireless transmission project and i want to use the Hittite 60Ghz Chipset : the hmc6000lp711e , the data sheet can only be obtained after making a request , the problem is i never got an answer, the only document i found is this one : link, i just want to know how to use it , knowing that i am not really familiar with this kind of technical data,
    to make it easy i am sending three signals through this chipset , so i am gonna need to know how many entries are there and the power supply and the clock ...
    thank you
     
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  2. davenn

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    that link you provided IS the data sheet

    the only other thing you could have requested would be application notes sheets

    Read the GENERAL DESCRIPTION on page 1
    If you don't understand that or have someone you can work closely with in person that does understand that, then this chip ( awesome as it is!!) is probably way out of your league to use in a project

    Tables 1,2,3 answer all your questions :)

    What is your electronics experience ?

    cheers
    Dave
     
  3. nkey292

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    hello Dave,
    i am a second year electrical engineering student, but it is kinda my first real project , i am not familiar with this technical data, provided, but the problem is that i need the data rate that this chipset offers more than 4 Gbps, on my project, i just need to know how can i send data with it , i mean , the power supply is easy to locate, but the data pins are quite hard for me to use
     
  4. davenn

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    it has a 3 wire serial data I/O system

    your peripheral circuitry would need to be able to interface with that

    do you have experience designing SMD PCB's ? ... you're going to need it
    this chip is really small with VERY close spaced pads that are designed to be heat flow soldered ... reasonably specialist work
     
  5. nkey292

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    in fact i will not build the device i just need to make the solutions and a complete description of the way to build it the components and everything, but i know where to surface mount the chipset here,
    i need to send 3 signals through this chipset , 3 channels, i saw some pins with MSK modulation , what does it mean please ? and what about the clock ? because i am going to need it to receive the data
     
  6. davenn

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    google MSK modulation

    it was table 2 or 3 that gave clock osc freq info

    Dave
     
  7. nkey292

    nkey292

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    i did as you said save, but i don't know what kind of information i need to put on this entry (MSK pin), the image i ve created and put in this LINK provides a general overview on my project, i have have some general information about the modulation , but i don't know what is the difference between data pin and msk pin in this chipset for instance
    thank you dave
     
  8. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    I cant help you with that one .. its out of my realm of activities

    cheers
    Dave
     
  9. nkey292

    nkey292

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    Thank you Dear Davenn for your help , i will continue my research :) and keep you updated to anything new
    cheers
     
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