MOTOROLA

SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNICAL DATA

Voltage Controlled Oscillator
The MC1648 requires an external parallel tank circuit consisting of the inductor (L) and capacitor (C). For Maximum Performance QL ≥ 100 at Frequency of Operation. A varactor diode may be incorporated into the tank circuit to provide a voltage variable input for the oscillator (VCO). The MC1648 was designed for use in the Motorola Phase–Locked Loop shown in Figure 9. This device may also be used in many other applications requiring a fixed or variable frequency clock source of high spectral purity. (See Figure 2) The MC1648 may be operated from a +5.0Vdc supply or a –5.2Vdc supply, depending upon system requirements. NOTE: The MC1648 is NOT useable as a crystal oscillator. Pinout: 14–Lead Package (Top View)
VCC 14 NC 13 TANK 12 NC 11 BIAS 10 NC 9 VEE 8

Consider MC12148 for New Designs

MC1648
VOLTAGE CONTROLLED OSCILLATOR

L SUFFIX 14–LEAD CERAMIC PACKAGE CASE 632–08

Not Recommended for New Designs

1 VCC

2 NC

3 OUT

4 NC

5 AGC

6 NC

7 VEE P SUFFIX 14–LEAD PLASTIC PACKAGE CASE 646–06

Pin assignment is for Dual–in–Line Package. For PLCC pin assignment, see the MC1648 Non–Standard Pin Conversion Table below.

MC1648 NON–STANDARD PIN CONVERSION DATA
Package 8D 14 L,P TANK 1 12 VCC 2 14 VCC 3 1 OUT 4 3 AGC 5 5 8 VEE 6 7 10 VEE 7 8 12 BIAS 8 10 14

D SUFFIX 8–PIN PLASTIC SOIC PACKAGE CASE 751–05

20FN 18 20 2 4 *NOTE – All unused pins are not connected. Supply Voltage +5.0Vdc –5.2Vdc GND Pins 7,8 1,14

Supply Pins 1,14 7,8

FN SUFFIX 20–LEAD PLCC PACKAGE CASE 775–02

LOGIC DIAGRAM

BIAS POINT 10 TANK 12

3 OUTPUT

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Input Capacitance = 6.0pF (TYP) Maximum Series Resistance for L (External Inductance) = 50Ω (TYP) Power Dissipation = 150mW (TYP)/Pkg (+5.0Vdc Supply) Maximum Output Frequency = 225MHz (TYP)

5 AGC

VCC1 = Pin 1 VCC2 = Pin 14 VEE = Pin 7

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© Motorola, Inc. 1997

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0 –5.6 Min VP–P Vdc fmax2 Peak–to–Peak Tank Voltage Output Duty Cycle Oscillation Frequency – – – Typ – – 225 Max – 4.4 1.11 3.75 Typ 400 50 225 Max – – – +85°C Min – 4.0 +5. IL @ Pin 3 VILmin to Pin 12 Unit mV % MHz Condition See Figure 3 Vdc Vdc Vdc Max – – – 1.04 3.85 +1.16 1.475 1.2 1.9 Max – – – +25°C Min – 4.0 –5.7 +1.3 Min – – – Max – 4.5 +1.6 Typ – – 225 Unit mAdc Condition Inputs and outputs open VILmin to Pin 12.25 3.0 +1. MOTOROLA 2 HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 .185 3. Frequency variation over temperature is a direct function of the ∆C/∆ Temperature and ∆L/∆ Temperature. This measurement guarantees the dc potential at the bias point for purposes of incorporating a varactor tuning diode at this point.45 Min – – 200 Max 41 4.0 +5.0 VILmin VCC mAdc IL Note: SOIC “D” package guaranteed –30°C to +70°C only ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Supply Voltage = +5. IL @ Pin 3 VIHmax to Pin 12.955 3.0V) –30°C Symbol IE VOH VOL VBIAS1 Characteristic Power Supply Drain Current Logic “1” Output Voltage Logic “0” Output Voltage Bias Voltage Min – 3.0 –5.22 1.MC1648 VCC2 14 VCC1 1 Q9 Q3 Q2 Q1 3 OUTPUT Q4 Q11 Q10 Q7 Q6 D1 Q5 D2 Q8 7 VEE1 10 BIAS POINT 12 TANK 8 VEE 5 AGC Figure 1.36 3.35 +1.43 1. 2.2 +5. Circuit Schematic TEST VOLTAGE/CURRENT VALUES @ Test Temperature (Volts) VIHmax MC1648 –30°C +25°C +85°C +2.

5 –3. Frequency variation over temperature is a direct function of the ∆C/∆ Temperature and ∆L/∆ Temperature.6 Min VP–P Vdc fmax2 Peak–to–Peak Tank Voltage Output Duty Cycle Oscillation Frequency – – – Max – –0. IL @ Pin 3 VIHmax to Pin 12.96 –1. 2.2 –3.0Vdc 10µF SIGNAL UNDER TEST * The 1200 ohm resistor and the scope termination impedance constitute a 25:1 attenuator probe. This measurement guarantees the dc potential at the bias point for purposes of incorporating a varactor tuning diode at this point.3 Typ – – 225 Max – – – +25°C Min – –0. 8 turns #30 Enameled Copper wire.MC1648 L: Micro Metal torroid #T20–22.0 VILmin VEE mAdc IL Note: SOIC “D” package guaranteed –30°C to +70°C only ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Supply Voltage = –5.75 –1.0 –5.75 Min – – 200 Max 41 –0.2 –5.1µF L=40nH C=10pF +5.2 –5.2 –5.W.85 –4.89 –3.2V) –30°C Symbol IE VOH VOL VBIAS1 Characteristic Power Supply Drain Current Logic “1” Output Voltage Logic “0” Output Voltage Bias Voltage Min – –1.45 Typ 400 50 225 Max – – – +85°C Min – –0. Spectral Purity of Signal Output for 200MHz Testing TEST VOLTAGE/CURRENT VALUES @ Test Temperature (Volts) VIHmax MC1648 –30°C +25°C +85°C –3.815 –1.9 Min – – – Max – –0.6 Typ – – 225 Unit mAdc Condition Inputs and outputs open VILmin to Pin 12. = 10 kHz Center Frequency = 100 MHz Scan Width = 50 kHz/div Vertical Scale = 10 dB/div C 3 5 0.575 –3.1µF 14 1 1200* L 12 B.1µF 10 0. C = 3. Coax shall be CT–075–50 or equivalent.7 –3.65 –3.0–35pF 0.35 –3.83 –3.64 –1. IL @ Pin 3 VILmin to Pin 12 Unit mV % MHz Condition See Figure 3 Vdc Vdc Vdc Max – – – 1.89 –1.0 –5.85 –3.0 –5. Figure 2.045 –1. HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 3 MOTOROLA .62 –3.

it should be noted that the cathode of the varactor diode (D) should be biased at least “2” VBE above ∆ f.1µF D Vin C1 12 QL ≥ 100 5 C2 3 L Output Figure 4. transistor Q4 is used to translate the oscillator signal to the output differential pair Q2 and Q3.MC1648 VCC *** 10 0.15 VEE (≈1. When the MC1648 is used with a constant dc voltage to the varactor diode. When operating the oscillator in the voltage controlled mode (Figure 4). ** The 1200 ohm resistor and the scope termination impedance constitute a 25:1 attenuator probe.0Volt Figure 5. and provide high spectral purity at the output. ** 1200 L C 12 0. Q2 and Q3.0MHz t Duty Cycle (Vdc) – a tb * Use high impedance probe (>1.0kHz Frequency Meter HP5210A or Equiv Voltmeter RMS HP3400A or Equiv (Full Scale Frequency) + (HP5210A output voltage) 1. The MC1648 Operating in the Voltage Controlled Mode 10 20kHz above MC1648 Frequency MC1648 Under Test 10mV MC1648 Frequency (f) Frequency Deviation 300mV Product Detector Attenuator BW=1. 10 0. provides a highly buffered output which produces a square wave. *** Bypass only that supply opposite ground. An automatic gain control (AGC) is incorporated to limit the current through the emitter–coupled pair of transistors (Q7 and Q6) and allow optimum frequency response of the oscillator.0–10 10–60 60–100 1 1 10 f. OPERATING FREQUENCY (MHz) 100 Signal Generator HP608 or Equiv 20kHz Oscillator Tank Components (Circuit of Figure 4) D MV2115 MV2115 MV2106 L µH 100 2. The oscillator incorporates positive feedback by coupling the base of transistor Q6 to the collector of Q7.0 Megohm must be used). Noise Deviation Test Circuit and Waveform MOTOROLA 4 HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 . Transistors Q9 and Q11 provide the bias drive for the oscillator and output buffer. RMS (Hz) 100 VCC = 5 Vdc f MHz 1.1µF 1 14 3 0. Figure 2 indicates the high spectral purity of the oscillator output (pin 3). In order to maintain the high Q of the oscillator. Test Circuit and Waveforms OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS Figure 1 illustrates the circuit schematic for the MC1648.1µF QL ≥ 100 VP–P ta tb 50% PRF = 1.1µF 7 8 *** VEE 5 0. the output frequency will vary slightly because of internal noise.1µF * Figure 3. This variation is plotted versus operating frequency in Figure 5.3 0. Coax shall be CT–070–50 or equivalent.4V for positive supply operation). FREQUENCY DEVIATION. in conjunction with output transistor Q1.

INPUT VOLTAGE (VOLTS) Figure 6 * The 1200 ohm resistor and the scope termination impedance constitute a 25:1 attenuator probe. OUTPUT FREQUENCY (MHz) 56 48 40 1. INPUT VOLTAGE (VOLTS) Figure 7 * The 1200 ohm resistor and the scope termination impedance constitute a 25:1 attenuator probe. Coax shall be CT–070–50 or equivalent.065µH 10 ** MV1404 L 3 12 VCC1 = VCC2 = +5.13µH QL ≥ 100 10 1200* fout Vin.1µF 1200* fout 190 fout .0µF 12 MV1401 ** VCC1 = VCC2 = +5. ** Input resistor and cap are for test only. 22 copper wire. NOT used in normal operation.58µH 10 1. They are NOT necessary for normal operation. NOT used in normal operation.MC1648 64 fout . OUTPUT FREQUENCY (MHz) 170 150 130 110 90 70 50 0 2 4 6 8 10 0. 6 turns of No. ** Input resistor and cap are for test only. OUTPUT FREQUENCY (MHz) L: Micro Metal Toroidal Core #T44–10.0Vdc VEE1 = VEE2 = GND 5 0.0k 32 24 16 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 5. 4 turns of No. 22 copper wire.1µF ** 0. 20 turns of No. They are NOT necessary for normal operation.0k ** 0. L: Micro Metal Toroidal Core #T30–12.0µF ** 51k QL ≥ 100 L = 0. Vin 5.0Vdc VEE1 = VEE2 = GND 5 0.1µF L 3 L: Micro Metal Toroidal Core #T44–10. 22 copper wire.0Vdc VEE1 = VEE2 = GND 5 0. NOT used in normal operation. 18 fout . Vin QL ≥ 100 C = 500pF L = 1.1µF Vin. Coax shall be CT–070–50 or equivalent. HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 5 MOTOROLA . INPUT VOLTAGE (VOLTS) Figure 8 * The 1200 ohm resistor and the scope termination impedance constitute a 25:1 attenuator probe. They are NOT necessary for normal operation.1µF Vin.1µF 1200* L C 3 fout 16 14 12 10 5. Vin L = 0. ** Input resistor and cap are for test only.0µF 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 MV1401 ** VCC1 = VCC2 = +5. Coax shall be CT–070–50 or equivalent.

Figure 7 illustrates the oscillator operating in a voltage controlled mode with the output frequency range limited. amateur and CB receivers. general aviation. and requires no internal translations. Additional features include dc digital switching (preferable over RF switching with a multiple crystal system).2 volt supply is used). At high frequencies the value of bypass capacitors depends directly upon the physical layout of the system.1µF capacitor is sufficient for C1 and C2. the AGC potential directly affects the output waveform. smaller values of capacitance should be used. guaranteeing only dc levels at these points. This is achieved by adding a capacitor in parallel with the tank circuit as shown. Figure 10 shows the MC1648 in the variable frequency mode operating from a +5. larger values of capacitance. All bypassing should be as close to the package pins as possible to minimize unwanted lead inductance. For additional information on applications and designs for phase locked–loops and digital frequency synthesizers. The 1.0kΩ minimum) from the AGC to the most positive power potential (+5.MC1648 Typical transfer characteristics for the oscillator in the voltage controlled mode are shown in Figure 6. Figure 7 and Figure 8. To extend the useful range of the device (maintain a square wave output above 175Mhz). –5. Since voltage swing of the tank circuit provides the drive for the output buffer.0Vdc supply.0 volt supply is used. At frequencies above 100 MHz typ.0MHz and 50MHz a 0. This is accomplished by tying a series resistor (1. maritime and landmobile communications.2 volts if a negative supply is used) as shown in Figure 10.0 kohm minimum). The total collector load includes R in parallel with Rp of L1 and C1 at resonance.0Vdc supply. and elimination of special circuitry to prevent harmonic lockup. The output frequency of the synthesizer loop is determined by the reference frequency and the number programmed at the programmable counter. The larger–valued resistor (51kΩ) in Figure 8 is required to provide isolation for the high–impedance junctions of the two varactor diodes. since all components are compatible. Plots of output power versus total collector load resistance at pin 1 are given in Figure 13 and Figure 14 for 100MHz and 10MHz operation. The optimum value for R at 100MHz is approximately 850 ohms. The system operates from a single +5. Frequency generation of this type offers the advantages of single crystal operation.0Vdc and +9. the range being set by the varactor diode). a resistor is added from the AGC circuit (pin 5) to VEE. The figure illustrates a frequency synthesizer useful in tuners for FM broadcast. simple channel selection. it may be desirable to increase the tank circuit peak–to–peak voltage in order to shape the signal at the output of the MC1648. where + Ǹ CD(max) ) CS CD(min) ) CS 1 f min + Ǹ 2p L(CD(max) ) CS) f max f min Ǹ CS = shunt capacitance (input plus external capacitance) CD = varactor capacitance as a function of bias voltage Good RF and low–frequency bypassing is necessary on the power supply pins. see Motorola Brochure BR504/D.0 volts if a +5. and a broad range of tuning (up to 150MHz. Electronic Tuning Address Systems. The channel spacing is equal to frequency (fref).0pF typical). a series resistor is tied from the AGC point to the most negative power potential (ground if +5. Figure 11 illustrates this principle. It is not necessary as long as the dc input voltage does not cause the diode to become forward biased. To obtain a sine wave at the output. The tuning range of the oscillator in the voltage controlled mode may be calculated as: Capacitors (C1 and C2 of Figure 4) should be used to bypass the AGC point and the VCO input (varactor diode). at lower frequencies. The peak–to–peak swing of the tank circuit is set internally by the AGC circuitry. At higher frequencies. (See Figure 2) APPLICATIONS INFORMATION The phase locked loop shown in Figure 9 illustrates the use of the MC1648 as a voltage controlled oscillator. This permits a higher voltage swing and higher output power than is possible from the MECL output (pin 3). Figure 6 and Figure 8 show transfer characteristics employing only the capacitance of the varactor diode (plus the input capacitance of the oscillator.0 volt supply is used. a resistor is added to the AGC circuit at pin 5 (1.0Vdc power supplies. For output frequency operation between 1. ground if a –5.0kΩ resistor in Figure 6 and Figure 7 is used to protect the varactor diode during testing. 6. (ETAS). Figure 12 shows the MC1648 operating from +5. fout = Nfref. If it is desired to have a sine wave at the output of the MC1648. Figure 11 shows the MC1648 in the variable frequency mode operating from a +5.0Vdc supply. MOTOROLA 6 HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 .

0Vdc 1 10 14 3 Output 10 1 14 3 Output 1. ÷(P+1) Zero Detect Line fout ÷Np Programmable Counter MC4016 Counter Reset Line N = Np • P + A ÷A Programmable Counter MC4016 Figure 9.0Vdc +5. Method of Obtaining a Sine–Wave Output Figure 11. Method of Extending the Useful Range of the MC1648 (Square Wave Output) HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 7 MOTOROLA . Typical Frequency Synthesizer Application +5.MC1648 Phase Detector MC4044 Voltage Controlled Oscillator MC1648 fref Low Pass Filter fout fout = Nfref where N = Np • P + A Modulus Enable Line Counter Control Logic MC12014 MC12012 ÷P.0k min 12 7 8 5 12 7 8 5 Figure 10.

f = 100MHz C3 = 3. Power Output versus Collector Load MOTOROLA 8 HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 .2k 0.000 TOTAL COLLECTOR LOAD (OHMS) See test circuit.7µH C2 = 16–150pF Figure 13.0–7.01µF VCC2 Bias Point L2* Tank 12 C2 1.0V 0.0pF R = 50Ω–10kΩ RP of L1 and C1 = 11kΩ @ 100MHz Resonance Oscillator Tank L2 = 4 turns #20 AWG 3/16” ID C2 = 1.7µH C1 = 24–200pF R = 50Ω–10kΩ RP of L1 and C1 = 6.0V Figure 12. Figure 12.22µH C1 = 1.1µF 1. Circuit Used for Collector Output Operation 7 6 POWER OUTPUT (mW RMS) 5 4 3 2 1 0 10 100 1000 10.0–7. Power Output versus Collector Load Figure 14. f = 10MHz C3 = 470pF Collector Tank L1 = 2.8kΩ @ 10MHz Resonance Oscillator Tank L2 = 2.0pF TOTAL COLLECTOR LOAD (OHMS) See test circuit.0V C1 L1 +9.MC1648 Output R +5.0–35pF Collector Tank L1 = 0.0µF * QL ≥ 100 7 10 14 1 VCC1 3 C3 VEE1 8 VEE2 5 AGC 1.0µF +5. Figure 12.000 POWER OUTPUT (mW RMS) 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 10 100 1000 10.

65 1. DIMENSION L TO CENTER OF LEADS WHEN FORMED PARALLEL.008 0.56 6.785 0. INCHES MIN MAX 0.MC1648 OUTLINE DIMENSIONS L SUFFIX CERAMIC PACKAGE CASE 632–08 ISSUE Y 8 -A14 -B1 7 C L NOTES: 1.43 7. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.040 MILLIMETERS MIN MAX 19.25 0_ 7_ B C e h A SEATING PLANE X 45 _ q 0.030) WHERE THE LEAD ENTERS THE CERAMIC BODY.25 (0.20 0. 3.015 0.010) M T B S DIM A B C D F G J K L M N 14 8 P SUFFIX PLASTIC PACKAGE CASE 646–06 ISSUE L B 1 7 NOTES: 1. 1982. DIMENSION B DOES NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH.055 0. 5.38 0.62 BSC 15° 0° 0.76 (0.40 2.11 3. DIMENSION D AND E DO NOT INCLUDE MOLD PROTRUSION.21 3.23 7.125 0.08 0.25 (0.115 0.15 PER SIDE.80 4.25 4.185 0.18 0.75 0. 3.10 0.49 0.5M.10 A1 0.100 BSC 0.770 0.127 TOTAL IN EXCESS OF THE B DIMENSION AT MAXIMUM MATERIAL CONDITION.51 1.00 3. 4. ROUNDED CORNERS OPTIONAL.015 0.50 0.94 5.25 0.39 0.41 0. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ASME Y14. INCHES MIN MAX 0.015 0.300 BSC 0° 10° 0.54 BSC 1.02 1.53 1.200 0.69 4. MAXIMUM MOLD PROTRUSION 0. DIMENSION L TO CENTER OF LEAD WHEN FORMED PARALLEL.008 0.80 6.260 0.750 0.16 19.94 6.60 3.25 M E 1 4 B M NOTES: 1.039 MILLIMETERS MIN MAX 18. 3.92 3.27 BSC 5.010) M N T A S M J 14 PL 0. DIMENSION B DOES NOT INCLUDE MOLD PROTRUSION.38 2.32 2.155 0.35 1.25 B M L C B S A S q HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 9 MOTOROLA . CONTROLLING DIMENSION: INCH.18 4. ALLOWABLE DAMBAR PROTRUSION SHALL BE 0. DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS.245 0.39 A F C N H G D SEATING PLANE L J K M DIM A B C D F G H J K L M N A 8 D 5 D SUFFIX PLASTIC SOIC PACKAGE CASE 751–05 ISSUE R C H 0.052 0. LEADS WITHIN 0. 2.69 0.01 0. 1994. 2.021 0. 4.40 1.10 6.240 0.100 BSC 0.13 (0.80 5.170 0. 4.065 0.50 1.015 0.62 BSC 0° 10° 1.145 0.300 BSC 0° 15° 0. 2.35 0.020 0. DIM A A1 B C D E e H h L MILLIMETERS MIN MAX 1.78 2.05 19.135 0.715 0.25 0.070 0.015 0.280 0.54 BSC 0.5M.040 0.38 0.20 0.01 -TSEATING PLANE K F G D 14 PL 0.095 0.00 1. DIMESNION F MAY NARROW TO 0.31 7.005) RADIUS OF TRUE POSITION AT SEATING PLANE AT MAXIMUM MATERIAL CONDITION.020 0.

57 2. 4.019 0.250) PER SIDE. DIM A B C E F G H J K R U V W X Y Z G1 K1 INCHES MIN MAX 0.010 (0.07 1.020 2° 10° 0. GATE BURRS AND INTERLEAD FLASH.29 2.79 0.056 — 0.51 — 0.007 (0.110 0.040 — MILLIMETERS MIN MAX 9. 7. 1982.MC1648 OUTLINE DIMENSIONS FN SUFFIX PLASTIC PLCC PACKAGE CASE 775–02 ISSUE C -NY BRK D -L-MW D V X VIEW D-D A Z R 0.013 0.21 1.395 0.42 — 0.48 1.350 0.04 8. BUT INCLUDING ANY MISMATCH BETWEEN THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF THE PLASTIC BODY.048 0.165 0. AND -N.89 9.012 (0.037 (0. TRUE POSITION TO BE MEASURED AT DATUM -T-.635). ALLOWABLE MOLD FLASH IS 0.090 0.27 BSC 0.385 0.180) M T L –M S N S N S H 0. 5.310 0.356 0.042 0.07 1.DETERMINED WHERE TOP OF LEAD SHOULDER EXITS PLASTIC BODY AT MOLD PARTING LINE.88 8.025 (0.007 (0.5M.007 (0.50 2° 10° 7. THE DAMBAR PROTRUSION(S) SHALL NOT CAUSE THE H DIMENSION TO BE GREATER THAN 0. DIM G1.042 0.007 (0. 2.04 1.78 10.042 0.048 0. TIE BAR BURRS.180) M T L –M U S N S S 0.64 — 8. 6.385 0. DIMENSIONS R AND U ARE DETERMINED AT THE OUTERMOST EXTREMES OF THE PLASTIC BODY EXCLUSIVE OF MOLD FLASH.250) S T L –M S N S 0.026 0.100) G G1 0. SEATING PLANE.025 — 0.21 1.180 0.07 1. -M-. DIM R AND U DO NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH.020 — 0.180) M T L –M S B 0.395 0. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: INCH.38 1.20 4.02 — MOTOROLA 10 HIPERCOMM BR1334 — Rev 4 . 3.89 9.33 0.004 (0.03 4.180) M T L –M N S Z 20 1 G1 0.300).032 0.180) M T L –M S J -T- SEATING PLANE VIEW S N S N S NOTES: 1.010 (0. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.330 0.81 0.250) S T L –M S K1 K F VIEW S 0.356 0.940).007 (0.78 10.010 (0.03 9.180) M T L –M S N S C E 0. THE DAMBAR INTRUSION(S) SHALL NOT CAUSE THE H DIMENSION TO BE SMALLER THAN 0.007 (0. DATUMS -L-. DIMENSION H DOES NOT INCLUDE DAMBAR PROTRUSION OR INTRUSION.66 0.050 BSC 0.350 0. THE PACKAGE TOP MAY BE SMALLER THAN THE PACKAGE BOTTOM BY UP TO 0.

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