MAX2769CEVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX2769C


Please check latest availability status for a specific part variant.

Description

The MAX2769C evaluation kit (EV kit) simplifies evaluation of the MAX2769C universal GPS receiver. It It enables testing of the device performance and requires no additional support circuitry. Standard 50Ω SMA connectors are included on the EV kit for the inputs and outputs to allow for quick and easy evaluation on the test bench. The evaluation kit is fully assembled and tested at the factory.

This document provides a component list, a list of equipment required to evaluate the device, a straightforward test procedure to verify functionality, a description of the EV kit circuit, the circuit schematic, and artwork for each layer of the printed circuit board (PCB).

Key Features

  • Easy Evaluation of the MAX2769C IC
  • +2.7V to +3.3V Single-Supply Operation
  • 50Ω SMA Connector on the RF Ports and for the Baseband Outputs
  • All Critical Peripheral Components Included
  • Parallel Port for 3-Wire Interfacing
  • PC Control Software Available Upon Request

Applications/Uses

  • Automotive Navigation Systems
  • Laptops and Netbooks
  • Location-Enabled Mobile Handsets
  • Marine/Avionics Navigation
  • PNDs (Personal Navigation Devices)
  • Software GPS
  • Telematics (Asset Tracking, Inventory Management)
Device   Fab Process   Technology   Sample size   Rejects   FIT at 25°C   FIT at 55°C  

Note : The failure rates are summarized by technology and mapped to the associated material part numbers. The failure rates are highly dependent on the number of units tested.

Quality Management System >
Environmental Management System >

 
Status:
Package:
Temperature:

Related Resources


SC-USB-SPI-PICO
USB-to-SPI Interface Adapter for SC1905 and SC1894

  • USB interface connection to the serial parallel interface to the SC1894 and the SC1905
  • Windows 10, Windows 7
  • USB 3.0 and USB 2.0

SC1905
698MHz to 3800MHz RF Power Amplifier Linearizer (RFPAL)

  • RFin/RFout PA Linearizer SoC in Standard CMOS
  • External Reference Clock Support:
  • Low Power Consumption: 1280mW

MAX41461
300MHz–960MHz ASK Transmitter with I2C Interface

  • Low Implementation Cost
  • Increased Range, Data Rates, and Security
  • Extend Battery Life with Low Supply Current

MAX41462
300MHz–960MHz ASK Transmitter with I2C Interface

  • Low Implementation Cost
  • Increased Range, Data Rates, and Security
  • Extend Battery Life with Low Supply Current

MAX3523
Low-Power DOCSIS 3.1 Programmable-Gain Amplifier

  • Delivers +68dBmV Output Power While Meeting DOCSIS 3.1 Requirements
  • Covers 5MHz–204MHz Output Bandwidth
  • 3.5W Power Consumption with 5V Supply Voltage

  • MAX41460
    300MHz–960MHz ASK and (G)FSK Transmitter with SPI Interface

    • Low Implementation Cost
    • Increased Range, Data Rates, and Security
    • Extend Battery Life with Low Supply Current

    MAX5855EXE
    16-Bit, 4.9Gsps Wideband Interpolating and Modulating RF DAC with JESD204B Interface

    • Simplifies RF Design and Enables New Communication Architectures
      Direct RF Synthesis of 1GHz Bandwidth
    • Flexible and Configurable
    • Divided Reference Clock Output
    • SPI Interface for Device Configuration

    MAX5855
    16-Bit, 4.9Gsps Wideband Interpolating and Modulating RF DAC with JESD204B Interface

    • Simplifies RF Design and Enables New Communication Architectures
    • Direct RF Synthesis of 1GHz Bandwidth
    • Flexible and Configurable

    MAX5855EXE+T
    16-Bit, 4.9Gsps Wideband Interpolating and Modulating RF DAC with JESD204B Interface

    • Simplifies RF Design and Enables New Communication Architectures
      Direct RF Synthesis of 1GHz Bandwidth
    • Flexible and Configurable
    • Divided Reference Clock Output
    • SPI Interface for Device Configuration