Download: CXA3219M UHF-Band RF Modulator for VCR Description The CXA3219M is a UHF-band RF modulator which 16 pin SOP (Plastic) converts the frequency of audio and video signals.

CXA3219M UHF-Band RF Modulator for VCR Description The CXA3219M is a UHF-band RF modulator which 16 pin SOP (Plastic) converts the frequency of audio and video signals. Some circuits which comprise this IC are a UHF oscillator video clamp, white clip, video modulator, audio FM modulator and an intercarrier SW. Features • Low voltage of 5V • Wide bandwidth 470 to 750MHz • UHF oscillator greatly reduces external parts Applications • Sharp white clip circuit PAL system VCR • Built-in voltage regulator can accept large fluctuation of supply voltage Absolute Maximum Ratings • Video input of 0.5Vp-p...
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CXA3219M UHF-Band RF Modulator for VCR

Description The CXA3219M is a UHF-band RF modulator which 16 pin SOP (Plastic) converts the frequency of audio and video signals. Some circuits which comprise this IC are a UHF oscillator video clamp, white clip, video modulator, audio FM modulator and an intercarrier SW. Features • Low voltage of 5V • Wide bandwidth 470 to 750MHz • UHF oscillator greatly reduces external parts Applications • Sharp white clip circuit PAL system VCR • Built-in voltage regulator can accept large fluctuation of supply voltage Absolute Maximum Ratings • Video input of 0.5Vp-p for general-purpose use • Supply voltage VCC7V• Mixer simplifies RF unit design • Operating temperature Topr –20 to +75 °C • Picture/sound ratio is adjustable with external parts • Storage temperature Tstg –55 to +150 °C • Intercarrier switch • Allowable power dissipation PD 350 mW Structure Recommended Supply Voltage Range Bipolar silicon monolithic IC Supply voltage VCC 5.0 ± 0.5 V Block Diagram and Pin Configuration 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 VIDEO UHF

AMP

MIXER OSC FM-OSC W/C-CLAMP

REG

12345678Sony reserves the right to change products and specifications without prior notice. This information does not convey any license by any implication or otherwise under any patents or other right. Application circuits shown, if any, are typical examples illustrating the operation of the devices. Sony cannot assume responsibility for any problems arising out of the use of these circuits. – 1 – E97X19-PS ANALOG-GND RF-OUT PS-ADJ ANALOG VCC T1/T2-SW OSC VCC REG OSC GND Audio-in OSC4 FM-Tank OSC3 FM-Tank OSC2 Video-in OSC1, Pin Description and Equivalent Circuit Pin Typical pin Symbol Equivalent circuit Description No. voltage [V] 1 GND1 GND for RF/audio. P/S adjustment (Adding a capacitor between Pin 2 and GND increases P/S ratio.) Video modulation depth adjustment (Adding a resistor 2 P/S ADJ 1.8 2 740 between Pin 2 and GND 11.4k increases the modulation depth; adding a resistor between Pins 2 and 4 decreases the modulation depth.) 53.8k T1/T2 SW. 3 T1/T2 SW 2.4 3 T1 for GND. 37.6k T2 for OPEN. 75k 12.5k 4 REG OUT 4.1 Regulator output. 5 AUDIO IN 0 Audio input. 22.5k 6.4k 5.5MHz audio tank coil 6 TANK1 3.1 connection. 1.6k – 2 –, Pin Typical pin Symbol Equivalent circuit Description No. voltage [V] 7.8k 6.0MHz audio tank coil 7 TANK2 2.9 connection. 1.6k 8.2k 8 VIDEO IN 2.6 Video input. 32.4k 12 11 1099OSC1 2.5 130 130 10 OSC2 1.7 Oscillator pin. 11 OSC3 1.7 12 OSC4 2.5 8k 8k 13 GND2 GND for oscillator. 14 VCC1 Power supply for oscillator. 15 VCC2 Power supply for RF/audio. 16 RF OUT 4.1 RF output. 1.9k – 3 –, Electrical Characteristics 1 Refer to Electrical Characteristics Test Circuit. (Ta = 25°C, VCC = 5V, fP = 591.25MHz) Item Symbol Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit V1 (VIDEO IN) and V2 (AUDIO IN) at no Supply current ICC 22 28 35 mA signal Video output level Vo ∗1 78.7 81.2 83.7 dBµV Video modulation mp V1 = 0.5Vp-p, FLAT FIELD signal input 72 78.5 86 % depth Max. video modulation depth mp V1 = 1.0Vp-p, FLAT FIELD signal input 92 95.5 99 % (During limiter (Max.) operation) Chroma beat Vcb V1 = 4.43MHz, 0.5Vp-p sine wave input∗5 68 78 – dB ∆ V1 = 0.5Vp-p, FLAT FIELD signal inputSync crush level Sync ∆ – 2 5 %Sync = (1 – S/W • 10/4) × 100 STAIR STEP signal input Differential gain DG 0 1.6 5 % V1 = 0.5Vp-p∗2 STAIR STEP signal input Differential phase DP –505deg V1 = 0.5Vp-p∗2 Video 2nd-harmonic VVH V1 = 0.5Vp-p, 1MHz sine wave input∗3 48 52.5 – dB wave ratio PS ratio Vps V1 = no input, fs = 5.5MHz 11.5 14 16.5 dB Audio FM βS1 (T1) V2 = 100mVp-p, fs = 5.5MHz 0.400 0.420 0.455 modulation 1kHz sine wave input kHz/mV sensitivity βS2 (T2) fs frequency change/0.1V∗6 fs = 6.0MHz 0.380 0.400 0.440 Audio distortion THD V2 = 1kHz sine wave input∗4 0 0.4 1 % V2 = 1kHz sine wave input ASN 0dB at fs = 5.5MHz with 60kHz deviationAudio S/N ratio 45 54 – dB V1 = STAIR STEP signal input (rms measurement) Max. audio FM ms V2 = 1Vp-p, 1kHz sine wave input (T1) 380 415 – % modulation depth (Max.) fs frequency change (kHz)/100kHz × 100 Audio Difference between video carrier (V1 = 2nd-harmonic VS2 no input) and 2nd-harmonic wave, at PS 52 57 – dB wave ratio ratio of 14dB conversion – 4 –, Electrical Characteristics 2 1. Video S/N 50dB (min.), 58dB (typ.) 2. Video amplitude frequency characteristics Within ±1dB at 0.5 to 5MHz (at 1MHz reference) 3. APL variation (Normalized to APL 50%) Within ±2% at 10 to 90% 4. Pin 5 input impedance 1MΩ and above 5. Pin 8 input impedance 1MΩ and above ∗1 Spectrum analyzer with 50Ω input impedance should be used to test video output level. Measured value Vo (dBm) is used to calculate output according to the following relationship: Output (dBµ) = Vo (dBm) + 107 50Ω terminal direct reading value ∗2 Measured after demodulating by standard demodulator. ∗3 fc + 2MHz component of V1 carrier (fc) level. ∗4 Adjust the V2 level to obtain an FM deviation of ±30kHz and measure the harmonic distortion after demodulating Vo with a standard demodulator. ∗5 Video determined by measuring ratio (dB) of chroma beat to video carrier level when V1 = no signal by spectrum analyzer. ∗6 R1 (12kΩ) of the Electrical Characteristics Test Circuit is added for obtaining a better match between the audio modulation sensitivity classifications and the actual pre-emphasis. Input Waveform FLAT FIELD signal STAIR STEP signal APL 50% subcarrier 20 IRE V white 100 IRE 90 IRE 0.5Vp-p V sync 40 IRE 40 IRE 63.5µs 63.5µs – 5 –,

Electrical Characteristics Test Circuit

30V 10µ 5V 10k 1000p 10µ 100Ω 2SC1623 62p 20p 1000p 10k 10k 10k XTAL 4MHz 724-41RVR39L2 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 CXA1356N123456780.1µ 10k 1000p 1000p 1000p 50Ω 0.022µ 47k 1T362 100p 100p 47k 1000p 10µ 2p 10pVCC 22p 1000p 4p 2p 4p 1000pRF OUT 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 VIDEO UHF

AMP

MIXER OSC FM-OSC REG W/C-CLAMP123456781M 5.5 6.0 0.33µ VIDEO IN10µ MHz MHz V1 6p 75 S1 100p 47p 47p AUD IN V2 1000p R1 22k 1000p 12k – 6 – GND1 RF OUT P/S ADJ VCC2 T1/T2 SW VCC1 REG GND2 AUD OSC4 TANK1 OSC3 TANK2 OSC2 VIDEO OSC1 CLK

LAT DIN

,

Application Circuit 1

100p 100p 2p 10µ 10p

VCC

22p 1000p 4p 2p 4p 1000pRF OUT 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 VIDEO UHF

AMP

MIXER OSC FM-OSC REG W/C-CLAMP123456785.5 6.0 0.33µ VIDEO IN 10µ MHz MHz V1 6p 75 1M 100p 47p AUD IN S1 47p V2 1000p 12k 22k 1000p Application circuits shown are typical examples illustrating the operation of the devices. Sony cannot assume responsibility for any problems arising out of the use of these circuits or for any infringement of third party patent and other right due to same. – 7 – GND1 RF OUT P/S ADJ VCC2 T1/T2 SW VCC1 REG GND2 AUD OSC4 TANK1 OSC3 TANK2 OSC2 VIDEO OSC1,

Application Circuit 2

100p 100p SG –10dBm 10µ 50

VCC

22p RF OUT 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 VIDEO UHF

AMP

MIXER OSC FM-OSC REG W/C-CLAMP123456785.5 6.0 0.33µ VIDEO IN 10µ MHz MHz V1 6p 75 1M 100p 47p 47p AUD IN S1 V2 12k 22k 1n 1n Application circuits shown are typical examples illustrating the operation of the devices. Sony cannot assume responsibility for any problems arising out of the use of these circuits or for any infringement of third party patent and other right due to same. – 8 – GND1 RF OUT P/S ADJ VCC2 T1/T2 SW VCC1 REG GND2 AUD OSC4 TANK1 OSC3 TANK2 OSC2 VIDEO OSC1,

Example of Representative Characteristics

Supply voltage vs. Video modulation depth Supply voltage vs. Video output level (fp = 591.25MHz, Ta = 25°C) 90 100 mp Max mp Max. video modulation depth 90 mp Max. 80 85 75 Video modulation depth mp 70 7045674567Vcc – Supply voltage [V] Vcc – Supply voltage [V] Supply voltage vs. PS ratio Supply voltage vs. Audio FM modulation sensitivity 25 0.7 20 0.6 15 0.5 10 0.4 5 0.3 0 0.245674567Vcc – Supply voltage [V] Vcc – Supply voltage [V] – 9 – Vps – PS ratio [dB] Vo – Video output level [dBµV] βS1 – Audio FM modulation sensitivity [kHz/mV] mp – Video modulation depth [%], Ambient temperature vs. Video output level Ambient temperature vs. Video modulation depth 90 90 C.C.I.R C.C.I.R 35ch: 583.25MHz 35ch: 583.25MHz 45ch: 663.25MHz 45ch: 663.25MHz 85 55ch: 743.25MHz 85 55ch: 743.25MHz 80 80 75 75 70 70 –20 0 20 40 60 80 –20 0 20 40 60 80 Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ambient temperature vs. Max. video modulation dep Ambient temperature vs. PS ratio 100 20 95 15 C.C.I.R C.C.I.R 90 35ch: 583.25MHz 10 35ch: 583.25MHz 45ch: 663.25MHz 45ch: 663.25MHz 55ch: 743.25MHz 55ch: 743.25MHz 85 5 80 0 –20 0 20 40 60 80 –20 0 20 40 60 80 Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ambient temperature vs. Audio 2nd-harmonic wave ratio Ambient temperature vs. Video 2nd-harmonic wave ratio 70 70 60 60 50 C.C.I.R 50 35ch: 583.25MHz C.C.I.R 45ch: 663.25MHz 35ch: 583.25MHz 55ch: 743.25MHz 45ch: 663.25MHz 40 40 55ch: 743.25MHz 30 30 –20 0 20 40 60 80 –20 0 20 40 60 80 Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] – 10 – Vs2 – Audio 2nd-harmonic wave ratio [dB] mp Max – Max. video modulation depth [%] Vo – Video output level [dBµV] VvH – Video 2nd-harmonic wave ratio [dB] Vps – PS ratio [dB] mp – Video modulation depth [%], Ambient temperature vs. Chroma beat Ambient temperature vs. Differential gain 100 20 C.C.I.R 35ch: 583.25MHz 90 16 45ch: 663.25MHz 55ch: 743.25MHz 80 12 C.C.I.R 35ch: 583.25MHz 70 45ch: 663.25MHz 8 55ch: 743.25MHz 60 4 50 0 –20 0 20 40 60 80 –20 0 20 40 60 80 Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ambient temperature vs. Differential phase Ambient temperature vs. Audio distortion 20 1.0 C.C.I.R C.C.I.R 35ch: 583.25MHz 35ch: 583.25MHz 45ch: 663.25MHz 0.8 45ch: 663.25MHz 10 55ch: 743.25MHz 55ch: 743.25MHz 0.6 0.4 –10 0.2 –20 0 –20 0 20 40 60 80 –20 0 20 40 60 80 Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ambient temperature vs. Audio S/N ratio Ambient temperature vs. Sync crush level 70 15 C.C.I.R C.C.I.R 35ch: 583.25MHz 40ch: 623.25MHz 45ch: 663.25MHz 10 60 55ch: 743.25MHz –5 30 –10 –20 0 20 40 60 80 –20 0 20 40 60 80 Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] – 11 – ASN – Audio S/N ratio [dB] DP – Differential phase [deg] Vcb – Chroma beat [dB] ∆Sync – Sync crush level [%] THD – Audio distortion [%] DG – Differential gain [%], Ambient temperature vs. Audio FM modulation sensitivity Ambient temperature vs. Max. audio FM modulation depth 0.7 500 C.C.I.R C.C.I.R 40ch: 623.25MHz 40ch: 623.25MHz 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 200 –20 0 20 40 60 80 –20 0 20 40 60 80 Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] Ta – Ambient temperature [°C] – 12 – βSI – Audio FM modulation sensitivity [kHz/mV] ms Max – Max. audio FM modulation depth [%], Video carrier frequency vs. Video modulation depth Video carrier frequency vs. Video output level (Ta = 25°C) 90 100 mp Max mp 90 Max. video modulation depth mp Max. Video modulation depth mp 70 70 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] Video carrier frequency vs. PS ratio Video carrier frequency vs. Audio 2nd-harmonic wave ratio 25 70 0 30 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] Video carrier frequency vs. Video 2nd-harmonic wave ratio Video carrier frequency vs. Chroma beat 70 100 30 50 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] – 13 – VvH – Video 2nd-harmonic wave ratio [dB] Vps – PS ratio [dB] Vo – Video output level [dBµV] Vcb – Chroma beat [dB] Vs2 – Audio 2nd-harmonic wave [dB] mp – Video modulation depth [%], Video carrier frequency vs. Audio distortion Video carrier frequency vs. Audio S/N ratio 1.0 70 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 30 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] Video carrier frequency vs. Differential gain Video carrier frequency vs. Differential phase 20 20 15 10 1005–10 0 –20 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] fp – Video carrier frequency [MHz] – 14 – DG – Differential gain [%] THD – Audio distortion [%] DP – Differential phase [deg] ASN – Audio S/N ratio [dB],

Package Outline Unit: mm

16PIN SOP (PLASTIC) 300mil + 0.4 + 0.4 9.9 – 0.1 1.85 – 0.15 16 9 0.15 + 0.2 0.1 – 0.0518+ 0.1 0.45 ± 0.1 1.27 0.2 – 0.05 ± 0.12 M PACKAGE STRUCTURE PACKAGE MATERIAL EPOXY RESIN SONY CODE SOP-16P-L01 LEAD TREATMENT SOLDER PLATING EIAJ CODE ∗SOP016-P-0300-A LEAD MATERIAL COPPER ALLOY JEDEC CODE PACKAGE WEIGHT 0.2g – 15 – + 0.3 5.3 – 0.1 7.9 ± 0.4 6.9 0.5 ± 0.2]
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