# Sampling frequency and its many manifestations for DSP manipulations.

Further to an earlier post on various frequencies and rates in a sampled DSP system or circuit, here is small addition to the collection. We know that if fs is the sampling rate, or sampling frequency, we can use it to normalize other frequencies in the circuit or system, by dividing the other frequencies by fs ( or fs/2) which is the normalizing factor. So we can use fs as unity ( fs/fs =1) and use this metric to normalize all other frequencies. We can also choose to use fs/2 as the normalizing factor so fs would be 2 in this case. MATLAB prefers to use fs/2 as the normalizing factor, so a 1 is fs/2 in this case.

We can also use another normalized expression for the frequency or frequencies. Divide the frequency in question by the sampling frequency and equate this to wo/2*pi. ( I like to think of wo as the radian frequency). The frequency in question ( say fo) should be expressed in terms of fs. So now you can express normalized frequencies in terms of pi!. All these units are very much in use in the DSP world. Please visit the Signal Processing Group Inc. website for more technical information.

I also like the treatment of digital frequency from two sources. Professor Fowler expose’ and from AllSignals, a website that appears to be very useful all around. I think anyone desirous of entering or remaining in the field of DSP should be very aware of the concept. Please visit our website for more info about us and technical info.

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#### Linear detector performance

Linear detector performance curves

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The input interface.
The frequency divider has a differential analog interface. The following parameters apply:
The minimum frequency that can be input is 500 Mhz and the maximum frequency is 6.0 Ghz.
The RF input level is 5 dBm to – 5 dBm. For lower frequencies make sure that the slew rate is
greater than 560 V/us. The input is biased by two 500 Ohm resistors connected to a 1.6V DC bias.
Therefore AC coupling is used at the input. These are two 100pF capacitors.
The output interface.
The output is single ended. The output driver is capable of sourcing and sinking 24 mA. The
equivalent output impedance is 50 Ohm. To avoid reflections it is recommended that the divider
work into a 50 Ohm load.
General operation.
The inputs are applied to the input SMA I/O. The product will work with both a differential input as
well as a single ended input. However, a differential input works best. The division ratio is applied
to the N1 and N2 control inputs as follows:
N2 N1 Division ratio
0 0 8
0 1 16
1 0 32
1 1 64
The logic levels are:
Logic level Voltage
1 1.4V minimum
0 0.6V maximum
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RF Switch typical features

Supply voltage = Vcc = 0/+5 Vdc
Operatng temperature = TA = -50° C to 125 Deg C
Operating impedance = 50 Ohm
Input power for 1 dB
compression ( 5.0V system) = 37 dBm ( f = 0.5 to 3 Ghz)
Input third order Intercept = 64 dBm ( 0 to 5.0V system, f = 0.5 to 3 Ghz)
Operating frequency range = DC to 3 Ghz.
Insertion loss DC to 3 Ghz = 0.8 dB
Isolation DC to 3 Ghz = 14 dB minimum
Return loss DC to 3 Ghz = 20 dB
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( ON/OFF) = 120 ns

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Summary Specifications

Gain,  Operating: 19.5 dB
Operating frequency range: 1.0 – 2700 Mhz
OIP3: (Pout = 19.0 dBm),  -8.5 dBm
P1dB: 4.6 dBm
N.F: 4.2 dB
Supply voltage Operating: 3.3  – 5.5 Volts

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Supply current Supply = 5.0V,  23.0 mA