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MC3362 FM Receiver

MC3362 FM Receiver

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SEMICONDUCTORTECHNICAL DATA
LOW–POWERDUAL CONVERSIONFM RECEIVER
Order this document by MC3362/D
MC3362    
P SUFFIX
PLASTIC PACKAGECASE 724
DW SUFFIX
PLASTIC PACKAGECASE 751E(SO-24L)
XXXDetector OutputComparator InputComparator OutputVEE2nd Mixer Input2nd Mixer Input2nd Mixer Output1st Mixer InputQuadrature CoilLimiterDecouplingLimiterDecoupling2nd LO Emitter1st Mixer Output1st LO Output1st LO Tank1st LO TankVaricap Control1st Mixer Input2nd LO Output2nd LO BaseVCCLimiter Input2423222120191817916151413101112Meter Drive87651234Carrier Detect
Figure 2. Pin Connections andRepresentative Block Diagram
DeviceOperatingTemperature RangePackage
ORDERING INFORMATION
MC3362DWMC3362PTA= –40 to +85
°
CSO–24LPlastic DIP
1MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA
Low-PowerNarrowband    FMReceiver   
. . . includes dual FM conversion with oscillators, mixers, quadraturediscriminator, and meter drive/carrier detect circuitry. The MC3362 also hasbuffered first and second local oscillator outputs and a comparator circuit forFSK detection.
Complete Dual Conversion Circuitry
Low Voltage: VCC= 2.0 to 6.0 Vdc
Low Drain Current (3.6 mA (Typical) @ VCC= 3.0 Vdc)
Excellent Sensitivity: Input Voltage 0.6
µ
Vrms (Typical)for 12 dB SINAD
Externally Adjustable Carrier Detect Function
Low Number of External Parts Required
Manufactured Using Motorola
i   
s MOSAIC
r     
Process Technology
MC13135 is Preferred for New Designs
0.01RecoveredAudio8.2 k0.001VCCData0.110 kTo PLL or Prescaler1.0+0.0139 K0.10.1From PLL PhaseDetector200 k
MC3362
RF Inputto 200 MHzVCC120 pF10.245 MHz50 pF0.01InputMatchCeramic Filter455 kHz0.1Ceramic Filter10.7 MHz0.41
µ
HTo CarrierLp=680
µ
HCp=180 pF10 k131214111510169178187221421245202336192DetectIndicator
Figure 1. Simplified Application in a PLL FrequencySynthesized ReceiverFigure 2.
©
Motorola, Inc. 1995
 
MC3362
2MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATAMAXIMUM RATING
(TA= 25
°
C, unless otherwise noted)
RatingPinSymbolValueUnit
Power Supply Voltage (See Figure 2)6VCC(max)7.0VdcOperating Supply Voltage Range (Recommended)6VCC2.0 to 6.0VdcInput Voltage (VCC 
q       
5.0 Vdc)1, 24V1–241.0VrmsJunction TemperatureTJ150
°
COperating Ambient Temperature RangeTA – 40 to + 85
°
CStorage Temperature RangeTstg – 65 to + 150
°
C
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
(VCC= 5.0 Vdc, fo= 49.7 MHz, Deviation = 3.0 kHz, TA= 25
°
C, Test Circuit of Figure 3,unless otherwise noted)
CharacteristicPinMinTypMaxUnits
Drain Current (Carrier Detect Low See Figure 5)64.57.0mAInput for 3.0 dB Limiting0.72.0
µ
VrmsInput for 12 dB SINAD (See Figure 9)0.6– 
µ
VrmsSeries Equivalent Input Impedence450j350– 
Recovered Audio (RF signal level = 10 mV)13350mVrmsNoise Output (RF signal level = 0 mV)13250mVrmsCarrier Detect Threshold (below VCC)100.64VdcMeter Drive Slope10100nA/dBInput for 20 dB (S + N)/N (See Figure 7)0.7– 
µ
VrmsFirst Mixer 3rd Order Intercept (Input)22dBmFirst Mixer Input Resistance (Rp)690– 
First Mixer Input Capacitance (Cp)7.2pFConversion Voltage Gain, First Mixer18dBConversion Voltage Gain, Second Mixer21– Dector Output Resistance131.4k
NOTE:
See AN980 for Additional Design Information.
VCC0.0133 pFFL20.11.0
µ
FVEE10.5 TurnsCoilcraftUNI–10/142
FL1:muRata CFU455DorToko LFC–4551FL2:muRata SFE10.7MAorToko SK107M3–A0–10
1918202123222179141516RFInputFerronics12–345–K50
2:6120 pF50 pF10.245MHzFL10.10.168 k
180 pFToko RMC–2A6597HM
MC3362
14567832410131211
Figure 3. Test Circuit
+
 
MC3362
3MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA
RELATIVE INPUT FREQUENCY (kHz) – 70 – 1006001020 – 40 – 60 – 30700800 – 20 – 70107.06.05.04.0 – 103.02.00RF INPUT (dBm)8.0200300400500 – 90 – 30 – 40 – 50– 7020 908070 – 60 – 120– 110 – 130RF INPUT (dBm)2.0301020 – 500 – 10 – 40 – 20 – 30 800 – 10 – 80 – 20 – 100RF INPUT (dBm)5.06.04.07.08.03.09.010 – 30 – 40 – 50 6040  – 503011 – 20 30100 – 5010 – 1000 90– 807030 – 60 – 80 5040 – 120– 110 – 130RF INPUT (dBm)012 130110 120100 – 1020 – 70 – 20 – 30 – 60 – 40 – 50 60301.0 – 400VCC(V)3.02.00 908070601.06.08.0 1.04.07.03.02.0 – 40
Figure 4. IMeterversus Input
1005.004.0
   I   (   A   )   1   0
    µ
   I   (   m   A   )   C   C   V   (   m   V   r   m   s   )   1   3   P   O   W   E   R   (   d   B   m   )   S  +   N ,   N ,   A   M   R   (   d   B   )   d   B   V   (   V   d   c   )   1   3
VCC10MC3362AICC, Carr. Det. Low (RF in = 10 mV)ICC, Carr. Det. High (RF in = 0 mV)Recovered Audio
Figure 5. Drain Current, Recovered Audioversus Supply
First Mixer OutputSecond Mixer InputRF Input to TransformerSecond Mixer OutputFirst Mixer Input
Figure 6. Signal Levels
MC33621310 k10 k0.010.01NS + N 30% AMS + N
Figure 7. S + N, N, AMR versus Input
Desired Products3rd Order Intermod.Products
Figure 8. 1st Mixer 3rd Order IntermodulationFigure 9. Detector Output versus Frequency

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