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Datasheet: RFR6000 (Qualcomm Incorporated)

MSM6150 CHIPSET SOLUTION

 

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RFL6000 Device Description
Integrated into the RFL6000 device are two low
noise amplifiers (LNA): a cellular LNA and PCS
LNA.
Operating modes -- Sleep, Rx and Rx/Tx -- as well
as LNA bias currents, are all automatically adjusted
via software to minimize DC power consumption. Depending on
handset status, the LNA bias current adjusts automatically to meet RF
performance requirements with minimal power consumption.
The device is fabricated using a SiGe BiCMOS process, which is suited
for high performance RF circuits. The RFL6000 device is packaged in
a very small 16-pin bump chip carrier (16-pin BCC++).
RFL6000 Device Features
radioOne chipset eliminates receiver and transmitter IF, reducing
component count, space and cost
Two integrated LNAs with programmable gain steps
Cellular LNA supports CDMA
- Operates in cellular bands in China, Japan, Korea and the
United States
- Individual gain setting for CDMA mode
PCS LNA supports PCS CDMA operation
- PCS bands of operation in Latin America, Korea and the United
States
- Three CDMA gain settings
Programmable mode control to reduce DC power consumption
High-reverse isolation
Efficient three-line serial bus interface (SBI)
Low power consumption
Fabricated in SiGe BiCMOS process
Small package: 16-pin BCC++ (4 mm x 4 mm)
RFR6000 Device Description
The RFR6000 device is the radioOne ZIF down
converter. The device has three mixers which,
when combined with the RFL6000 device, provide
full RF-to-baseband down conversion for the
cellular, PCS and GPS band. The LO generation
block produces all LO signals so that only one
external single-band VCO is required for all CDMA frequency bands of
operation.
Included on chip is the GPS LNA as well as the entire GPS VCO
including resonant components. The Rx PLL, which resides on the
transmit companion IC, the transmit device, is switched between the
GPS VCO and the external Rx VCO.
Extension of standby time is achieved by selective circuit power-down,
gain control and bias current. These features along with all of radioOne
chipset functionalities are controlled by QUALCOMM's MSM device.
The device is designed to operate with 2.7 to 3.0 V power supplies
and is compatible with single-cell Li-Ion batteries. Compatibility to the
digital reference voltage (1.8 to 3.0 V) is assured when the VDDM is
connected to the MSM pad voltage.
The RFR6000 device is fabricated using a SiGe BiCMOS process,
which provides high-frequency, high-precision analog circuits as well
as low-power CMOS functions. Package type is a 40-pin BCC++,
which includes a large ground slug for improved grounding,
mechanical strength and thermal conductivity.
RFR6000 Device Features
Compatibility with QUALCOMM's radioOne ZIF chipset eliminates
the entire IF, reducing component count and space
Single- or multiband operation: cellular, PCS, GPS
Single- or multimode operation: cellular CDMA, PCS CDMA and
GPS
Full downconversion -- RF to baseband
Receive path circuitry
GPS LNA
Stepped gain control
Three sets of quadrature downconverters
Band-specific low-pass filter
Baseband amplifiers with DC offset adjustment
Only one single-band external VCO (Rx VCO) is needed for all
CDMA bands of operation for entire radioOne chipset
Includes entire on-chip GPS VCO-including resonant circuit
Individual circuit power on/off controls
Power reduction feature control extends handset standby time
Selective circuit power-down
Gain and bias controls
Low-power supply voltage (2.7 to 3.0 V), low-power dissipation
Digital reference voltage is compatible with lower MSM voltage
(1.8 to 3.0 Vdd)
Available in small, thermally efficient package (40-pin BCC++)
RFT6100 Device Description
The RFT6100 device is a direct conversion
chipset that integrates all the upconversion and
modulation functionality necessary for
CDMA-mode phones operating in cellular and
PCS bands. This transmit chip consists of two
sets of I/Q modulators, one for cellular and one
for the PCS band. The baseband I/Q input from the MSM directly
modulates the cellular or PCS carrier derived from the respective LO
generation circuit.
Both the cellular and PCS output drive their own VGA with a gain
control range of 85 dB. A final cellular driver amplifier provides a
modulated RF output.
To accommodate split-band and filtering, the PCS VGA drives two
output amplifiers that can be selected independently or
simultaneously via an input selectable switch. All RF outputs have
fully integrated 50-ohm matching networks. Integrated on the
RFT6100 is the receiver phase locked loop (PLL), the transmit
PLL and the entire transmit VCO including resonant components.
The VCO drives the LO generation block, which in turn generates
the required local-oscillator signal for all CDMA bands of
operation.
RFT6100 Device Features
Reduction in component count, space and cost via radioOne
chipset that eliminates receiver and transmitter IF
Single- or dual-band operation: cellular and PCS
Single- or multimode operation:
Cellular CDMA
PCS CDMA
Full direct upconversion from analog baseband to RF
Transmit signal path:
Baseband amplifier
Two sets of quadrature modulators/upconverters
RF AGC amplifier, switch network, driver amplifier
Integration of LO generation circuit
Requirement of only one external VCO for all CDMA bands of operation
Entire transmit synthesizer on chip (transmitter PLL and VCO)
Receiver PLL on chip
Greater than 85 dB transmit power control range
Power-reduction feature via MSM control extends handset talk time
Optimized for low DC power consumption versus RF output level
Transmit puncturing
Selective circuit power-down
Efficient three-line QCT SBI
Power supply voltage (2.7 to 3.0 V)
Small thermally efficient package (40-pin BCC++)
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RFR6120/RFR6125 Device Descriptions
The RFR6120 and RFR6125 chips, optimized
specifically for single-band cellular receive operation,
include an integrated CDMA LNA/mixer and UHF
voltage control oscillator (VCO). The RFR6125
device also includes an integrated GPS LNA/mixer
and GPS VCO. The CDMA LNA performs all of the
required gain, NF, IP2, IP3 and back isolation for
local signal leakage. The integrated UHF VCO
covers both cellular and J-CDMA bands, and is
controlled by the receive (Rx) PLL integrated in the
RFT6120 chip. The RFR6120 and RFR6125 chips
are offered in 6 mm x 6 mm 40-pin Quad Flat No-
Lead (QFN40) packages.
RFR6120/RFR6125 Device Features
CDMA2000 1X Mobile Station Modem chipset compatibility
Full direction down conversion -- RF to baseband
Full international cellular band operation support in Japan, China,
India, Latin America, Korea and the United States
GPS mode/band operation support (RFR6125 only)
Supports full international CDMA2000 1X cellular band
Receive path circuitry (includes high dynamic range baseband filter,
cellular LNA and mixer, GPS LNA and mixer (RFR6125 only),
on-chip UHF VCO, on-chip GPS VCO (RFR6125 only))
Integrated LNA with programmable gain steps
Individual circuit power on/off controls
Power reduction feature control extends handset standby time
Selective circuit power-down
Gain and bias controls
QUALCOMM's efficient three-line SBI
Low-power supply voltage (2.7 to 3.0 V)
Digital reference voltage is compatible with lower MSM voltage
(1.8 to 3.0 Vdd)
Available in small, thermally efficient package (QFN40)
RFT6120 Device Description
The RFT6120 chip, tailored specifically for
single-band cellular transmit operation, consumes
lower current than its quad-mode predecessor, the
RFT6100 device, and is offered in a 5 mm x 5 mm
32-pin Quad Flat No-Lead (QFN32) package.
RFT6120 Device Features
CDMA2000 1X Mobile Station Modem chipset compatibility
Full direction up conversion -- baseband to RF
Full international cellular band operation support in Japan, China,
India, Latin America and the United States
Supports full international CDMA2000 1X cellular band*
Transmit path circuitry
Baseband amplifier
One set of quadrature modulators/upconverters
RF AGC amplifier, driver amplifier with on-chip RF matching)
LO generation circuit integration
On-chip transmit synthesizer (transmitter PLL and VCO)
On-chip receiver PLL (to control UHF VCO)
Transmit power control range greater than 85 dB
Power reduction feature via MSM control extends handset talk time
Optimized for low DC power consumption versus RF output level
Transmit puncturing
Selective circuit power-down
QUALCOMM's efficient three-line SBI
Low-power supply voltage (2.7 to 3.0 V)
Small, thermally efficient package (QFN32)
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