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resources:eval:user-guides:adar2001-evalz [20 Jun 2019 18:49] (current)
wsapia Add text to recommend that bias points are left as is
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 Follow the below steps to configure the Multiplier block for an input signal of 4.75GHz (Tx signal of 19GHz): Follow the below steps to configure the Multiplier block for an input signal of 4.75GHz (Tx signal of 19GHz):
-  - Choose ​bias points from the dropdowns for the RF input buffer stages ​and click on the amplifier itself to enable the buffer. The buffer will change from grey to blue. +  - If the recommended bias conditions aren't sufficient, choose ​bias points from the dropdowns for the RF input buffer stages. Click on the amplifier itself to enable the buffer. The buffer will change from grey to blue. 
-  - Choose ​a bias point from the dropdown for the Mid-Band multiplier/​amplifier ​and check the “Active” box next to the multiplier/​amplifier. This will enable the circuit and change the input/​output switches to the middle setting. The “Ready” checkbox should automatically be checked as well. The Mid-Band amplifier will change from grey to blue.+  - If the recommended bias condition isn't sufficient, choose ​a bias point from the dropdown for the Mid-Band multiplier/​amplifier. Check the “Active” box next to the multiplier/​amplifier. This will enable the circuit and change the input/​output switches to the middle setting. The “Ready” checkbox should automatically be checked as well. The Mid-Band amplifier will change from grey to blue.
   - Be sure that the box setting the bandpass filters to their low corners is **//not//** checked.   - Be sure that the box setting the bandpass filters to their low corners is **//not//** checked.
   - Check the box enabling the notch filters after the Tx Power Amplifiers.   - Check the box enabling the notch filters after the Tx Power Amplifiers.
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 Follow the below steps to configure the Transmitter block to output the 19GHz signal from the Multiplier block on Channel 3: Follow the below steps to configure the Transmitter block to output the 19GHz signal from the Multiplier block on Channel 3:
-  - Choose ​a bias point for the first active splitter ​and click on the splitter to enable it. The splitter will change from grey to blue. +  - If the recommended bias condition isn't sufficient, choose ​a bias point for the first active splitter. Click on the splitter to enable it. The splitter will change from grey to blue. 
-  - Choose ​a bias point for the second set of active splitters ​and click on the splitter leading to Channels 3 and 4 to enable it. The splitter will change from grey to blue.  +  - If the recommended bias condition isn't sufficient, choose ​a bias point for the second set of active splitters. Click on the splitter leading to Channels 3 and 4 to enable it. The splitter will change from grey to blue.  
-  - Choose ​a bias point for the PAs and check the “Active” box next to Channel 3. This PA will change from grey to blue and the “Ready” checkbox will be enabled as well.+  - If the recommended bias condition isn't sufficient, choose ​a bias point for the PAs. Check the “Active” box next to Channel 3. This PA will change from grey to blue and the “Ready” checkbox will be enabled as well.
   - Click “Apply Changes” at the top-left of the page to send the new settings to the chip.   - Click “Apply Changes” at the top-left of the page to send the new settings to the chip.
  
resources/eval/user-guides/adar2001-evalz.txt · Last modified: 20 Jun 2019 18:49 by wsapia