AD8016ARE

Manufacturer Part NumberAD8016ARE
DescriptionIC AMP XDSL LINE DVR 28-TSSOP
ManufacturerAnalog Devices Inc
TypeDriver
AD8016ARE datasheet
 


Specifications of AD8016ARE

Rohs StatusRoHS non-compliantNumber Of Drivers/receivers2/0
ProtocolxDSLVoltage - Supply3 V ~ 13 V
Mounting TypeSurface MountPackage / Case28-TSSOP Exposed Pad, 28-eTSSOP, 28-HTSSOP
Power Supply RequirementDualPackage TypeTSSOP EP
Slew Rate1000V/usPin Count28
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FEATURES
xDSL Line Driver that Features Full ADSL CO (Central
Office) Performance on
12 V Supplies
Low Power Operation
5 V to
12 V Voltage Supply
12.5 mA/Amp (Typ) Total Supply Current
Power Reduced Keep Alive Current of 4.5 mA/Amp
High Output Voltage and Current Drive
I
= 600 mA
OUT
40 V p-p Differential Output Voltage R
V
=
12 V
S
Low Single-Tone Distortion
–75 dBc @ 1 MHz SFDR, R
= 100
L
MTPR = –75 dBc, 26 kHz to 1.1 MHz, Z
P
= 20.4 dBm
LINE
High Speed
78 MHz Bandwidth (–3 dB), G = +5
40 MHz Gain Flatness
1000 V/ s Slew Rates
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The AD8016 high output current dual amplifier is designed
for the line drive interface in Digital Subscriber Line systems
such as ADSL, HDSL2, and proprietary xDSL systems. The
drivers are capable, in full-bias operation, of providing 24.4 dBm
output power into low resistance loads, enough to power a
20.4 dBm line, including hybrid insertion loss.
–75dBc
549.3 550.3 551.3 552.3 553.3 554.3 555.3 556.3 557.3 558.3 559.3
FREQUENCY (kHz)
Figure 1. Multitone Power Ratio; V
Output Power into 100 Ω , Downstream
REV. B
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Low Power, High Output Current
20-Lead PSOP3
+V1
1
V
1
2
OUT
V
1
3
INN
V
1
4
INP
NC
5
NC
6
= 50
,
L
NC
7
PWDN0
8
DGND
9
, V
= 2 V p-p
O
= 100
,
–V1
10
LINE
NC = NO CONNECT
The AD8016 is available in a low cost 24-lead SO-Batwing,
a thermally enhanced 20-lead PSOP3, and a 28-lead TSSOP-EP
with an exposed lead frame (ePAD). Operating from ±12 V
supplies, the AD8016 requires only 1.5 W of total power
dissipation (refer to the Power Dissipation section for details)
while driving 20.4 dBm of power downstream using the
xDSL hybrid in Figure 33a and Figure 33b. Two digital bits
(PWDN0, PWDN1) allow the driver to be capable of full perfor-
mance, an output keep-alive state, or two intermediate bias
states. The keep-alive state biases the output transistors enough
to provide a low impedance at the amplifier outputs for back
= ± 12 V, 20.4 dBm
S
termination.
The low power dissipation, high output current, high output voltage
swing, flexible power-down, and robust thermal packaging enable
the AD8016 to be used as the Central Office (CO) terminal driver
in ADSL, HDSL2, VDSL, and proprietary xDSL systems.
One Technology Way, P.O. Box 9106, Norwood, MA 02062-9106, U.S.A.
Tel: 781/329-4700
Fax: 781/326-8703
xDSL Line Driver
AD8016
PIN CONFIGURATION
24-Lead Batwing
(RB-24)
(RP-20)
+V2
+V1
20
1
V
1
2
19
V
2
OUT
OUT
V
1
3
INN
18
V
2
INN
+
+ –
+
+ –
V
1
4
INP
17
V
2
INP
AGND
5
16
NC
AGND
6
NC
15
AGND
7
AD8016
AD8016
14
NC
AGND
8
13
PWDN1
PWDN0
9
12
BIAS
DGND
10
–V2
11
–V1
11
NC
12
NC = NO CONNECT
28-Lead TSSOP-EP
(RE-28-1)
NC
NC
28
1
NC
NC
2
27
NC
NC
26
3
+V
2
NC
4
25
IN
–V
2
24
PWDN1
5
IN
V
2
BIAS
6
23
OUT
22
–V2
+V2
7
AD8016ARE
–V1
+V1
8
21
V
1
20
DGND
9
OUT
–V
1
NC
10
19
IN
+V
1
PWDN0
11
18
IN
NC
12
17
NC
NC
NC
13
16
NC
14
15
NC
NC = NO CONNECT
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© 2003 Analog Devices, Inc. All rights reserved.
24
+V2
V
2
23
OUT
V
2
22
INN
V
2
21
INP
AGND
20
AGND
19
AGND
18
AGND
17
PWDN1
16
BIAS
15
–V2
14
NC
13

AD8016ARE Summary of contents

  • Page 1

    ... NC AGND 8 13 PWDN1 PWDN0 9 12 BIAS DGND 10 –V2 11 – CONNECT 28-Lead TSSOP-EP (RE-28- – PWDN1 BIAS 6 23 OUT 22 –V2 +V2 7 AD8016ARE –V1 + DGND 9 OUT – PWDN0 CONNECT www.analog.com © 2003 Analog Devices, Inc. All rights reserved OUT INN INP AGND 20 AGND ...

  • Page 2

    AD8016–SPECIFICATIONS Parameter DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE –3 dB Bandwidth Bandwidth for 0.1 dB Flatness Large Signal Bandwidth Peaking Slew Rate Rise and Fall Time Settling Time Input Overdrive Recovery Time NOISE/DISTORTION PERFORMANCE Distortion, Single-Ended Second Harmonic Third Harmonic Multitone Power Ratio* IMD ...

  • Page 3

    C, V SPECIFICATIONS T MAX Parameter DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE –3 dB Bandwidth Bandwidth for 0.1 dB Flatness Large Signal Bandwidth Peaking Slew Rate Rise and Fall Time Settling Time Input Overdrive Recovery Time NOISE/DISTORTION PERFORMANCE Distortion, Single-Ended Second Harmonic ...

  • Page 4

    ... AD8016ARB-REEL AD8016ARB-EVAL AD8016ARE AD8016ARE-REEL AD8016ARE-REEL7 AD8016ARE-EVAL CAUTION ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive device. Electrostatic charges as high as 4000 V readily accumulate on the human body and test equipment and can discharge without detection. Although the AD8016 features proprietary ESD protection circuitry, permanent damage may occur on devices subjected to high energy electrostatic discharges. Therefore, proper ESD precautions are recommended to avoid performance degradation or loss of functionality ...

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    V IN 49.9 0.1 F 0.1 F Figure 3. Single-Ended Test Circuit 100mV OUT V = 20mV IN TIME (100ns/DIV) Figure 4. 100 mV Step Response + Ω ...

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    AD8016 – 499 F – + p-p O –50 –60 –70 –80 –90 –100 –110 0.01 0.1 1 FREQUENCY (MHz) Figure 9. Distortion vs. Frequency; Second Harmonic, = ± ...

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    R = 499 F – –40 –45 (0,0) –50 (0,1) –55 –60 –65 –70 –75 –80 0 100 200 300 PEAK OUTPUT CURRENT (mA) Figure 15. Distortion vs. Peak Output Current; Second = ± ...

  • Page 8

    AD8016 3 0 – 40mV p-p IN – 100 –9 L –12 –15 –18 –21 –24 – FREQUENCY (MHz) Figure 21. Frequency Response PWDN1, PWDN0 Codes ...

  • Page 9

    NOISE NOISE 100 1k 10k FREQUENCY (MHz) Figure 27. Noise vs. Frequency +2mV (–0.1%) 0 –2mV (–0.1 OUT V OUT – ...

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    AD8016 V OUT –100 0 100 200 300 400 500 TIME (ns) Figure 33a. Overload Recovery 100 Ω + OUT –100 0 100 200 300 ...

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    THEORY OF OPERATION The AD8016 is a current feedback amplifier with high (500 mA) output current capability. With a current feedback amplifier, the current into the inverting input is the feedback signal and the open-loop behavior is that of a ...

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    AD8016 BIAS pin (I ) and the supply current (I BIAS down I is less than 1 mA total. Alternatively, an external pull- Q down resistor to ground or a current sink attached to the BIAS pin can be used ...

  • Page 13

    ... WFM files can be obtained through the Analog Devices website, at www.analog.com. EVALUATION BOARDS The AD8016ARP-EVAL, AD8016ARB-EVAL, AD8016ARE- EVAL boards available through Analog Devices provide a platform for evaluating the AD8016 in an ADSL differential line driver circuit. The board is laid out to accommodate Analog Devices’ ...

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    ... Testing was conducted using a 1 oz. copper board in an ambient temperature of ~24°C over air flows of 200, 150, 100, and 50 (0.200 and 400 for AD8016ARE) linear feet per minute (LFM) and for ARP and ARB packages as well as in still air. The 4-layer PCB was designed to maximize the ...

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    ... LFM of air flow. Note that the AD8016ARE is targeted at xDSL applications other than full-rate CO ADSL. The AD8016ARE is targeted at g.lite and other xDSL applications where reduced power dissi- pation can be achieved through a reduction in output power. ...

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    AD8016 Figure 45. DMT Signal Generator Schematic –16– REV. B ...

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    TP10 TP5 AGND3,4 R11 R13 JP6 R23 1 JP5 AGND3,4,5 R14 S6 R16 R15 C10 TP11 TP4 ...

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    AD8016 LAYOUT AD8016ARB-EVAL Figure 47. Assembly Figure 48. Layer 1 Figure 49. Power/Ground Plane Figure 50. Layer 1 Figure 51. Silkscreen Bottom –18– REV. B ...

  • Page 19

    ALP – EVALUATION BOARD – BILL OF MATERIALS Quantity Description 10 µ Size Tantalum Chip Capacitor 5 0.1 µ 1206 Size Ceramic Chip Capacitor 10 49.9 Ω 1% 1/8 W 1206 Size Chip Resistor 2 100 ...

  • Page 20

    AD8016 20-Lead Power SOIC, Thermally Enhanced Package [PSOP3] 11.00 BSC 3.60 3.35 3.10 SEATING PLANE 28-Lead Thin Shrink Small Outline With Exposed Pad [TSSOP-EP PIN 1 1.20 MAX 0.15 0.00 Revision History Location 11/03—Data Sheet changed from REV. ...