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FM Communications Receivers
The MC13135/MC13136 are the second generation of single chip, dual conversion FM communications receivers developed by Motorola. Major improvements in signal handling, RSSI and first oscillator operation have been made. In addition, recovered audio distortion and audio drive have improved. Using Motorolas MOSAIC 1.5 process, these receivers offer low noise, high gain and stability over a wide operating voltage range. Both the MC13135 and MC13136 include a Colpitts oscillator, VCO tuning diode, low noise first and second mixer and LO, high gain limiting IF, and RSSI. The MC13135 is designed for use with an LC quadrature detector and has an uncommitted op amp that can be used either for an RSSI buffer or as a data comparator. The MC13136 can be used with either a ceramic discriminator or an LC quad coil and the op amp is internally connected for a voltage buffered RSSI output. These devices can be used as standalone VHF receivers or as the lower IF of a triple conversion system. Applications include cordless telephones, short range data links, walkietalkies, low cost land mobile, amateur radio receivers, baby monitors and scanners.

MC13135 MC13136
DUAL CONVERSION NARROWBAND FM RECEIVERS

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Complete Dual Conversion FM Receiver Antenna to Audio Output Input Frequency Range 200 MHz Voltage Buffered RSSI with 70 dB of Usable Range Low Voltage Operation 2.0 to 6.0 Vdc (2 Cell NiCad Supply) Low Current Drain 3.5 mA Typ Low Impedance Audio Output < 25 VHF Colpitts First LO for Crystal or VCO Operation Isolated Tuning Diode Buffered First LO Output to Drive CMOS PLL Synthesizer

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ORDERING INFORMATION
Device MC13135P MC13135DW MC13136P MC13136DW TA = 40 to +85C Operating Temperature Range Package Plastic DIP SO24L Plastic DIP SO24L

MC13135
1st LO 1st LO Base 1 1st LO Emitter 1st LO Out VCC1 2nd LO Emitter 2nd LO Base 2nd Mixer Out VEE Limiter In
2 3 4 5 6 7

PIN CONNECTIONS

MC13136
1st LO Varicap

Varicap
24 23

Varicap C Varicap A 1st Mixer In 1 1st Mixer In 2 1st Mixer Out VCC2 2nd Mixer In Audio Out Op Amp Out Op Amp In Op Amp In + Quad Coil

1st LO Base 1 1st LO Emitter 1st LO Out VCC1 2nd LO Emitter


2 3 4 5

24 Varicap C 23 Varicap A

VCC1

22 21

VCC1

22 1st Mixer In 1 21 1st Mixer In 2

2nd LO

VCC2

20 19 18

2nd LO

20 1st Mixer Out

VCC2

2nd LO Base 6 2nd Mixer Out VEE Limiter In


7

19 VCC2 18 2nd Mixer In

AF
8 9 17 16

AF
8 9 17 Audio Out 16 Buffered RSSI Output

Demod Decouple 1 10 Decouple 2 11 RSSI 12 Limiter


15 14 13

Demod Decouple 1 10 Decouple 2 11 RSSI 12 Limiter

15 Op Amp In 14 Limiter Output 13 Quad Input

Each device contains 142 active transistors.


Motorola, Inc. 1996

Rev 3

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
MAXIMUM RATINGS
Rating Power Supply Voltage RF Input Voltage Junction Temperature Storage Temperature Range Pin 4, 19 22 Symbol VCC (max) RFin TJ Tstg Value 6.5 1.0 +150 65 to +150 Unit Vdc Vrms C C

RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS


Rating Power Supply Voltage Maximum 1st IF Maximum 2nd IF Ambient Temperature Range Pin 4, 19 Symbol VCC fIF1 fIF2 TA Value 2.0 to 6.0 21 3.0 40 to + 85 Unit Vdc MHz MHz C

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA = 25C, VCC = 4.0 Vdc, fo = 49.7 MHz, fMOD = 1.0 kHz, Deviation = 3.0 kHz, f1st LO = 39 MHz, f2nd
LO = 10.245 MHz, IF1 = 10.7 MHz, IF2 = 455 kHz, unless otherwise noted. All measurements performed in the test circuit of Figure 1.) Characteristic Total Drain Current Sensitivity (Input for 12 dB SINAD) Recovered Audio MC13135 MC13136 Limiter Output Level (Pin 14, MC13136) 1st Mixer Conversion Gain 2nd Mixer Conversion Gain First LO Buffered Output Total Harmonic Distortion Demodulator Bandwidth RSSI Dynamic Range First Mixer 3rd Order Intercept (Input) Second Mixer 3rd Order Intercept (RF Input) First LO Buffer Output Resistance First Mixer Parallel Input Resistance First Mixer Parallel Input Capacitance First Mixer Output Impedance Second Mixer Input Impedance Second Mixer Output Impedance Detector Output Impedance VRF = 40 dBm VRF = 40 dBm VRF = 30 dBm Matched Unmatched Matched Input TOIMix2 RLO R C ZO ZI ZO ZO 27 722 3.3 330 4.0 1.8 25 pF k k Condition No Input Signal Matched Input VRF = 1.0 mV Symbol ICC VSIN AFO 170 215 VLIM MXgain1 MXgain2 VLO THD BW RSSI TOIMix1 17 11 dBm 130 12 13 100 1.2 50 70 3.0 dB dB mVrms % kHz dB dBm 220 265 300 365 mVrms Min Typ 4.0 1.0 Max 6.0 Unit mAdc Vrms mVrms

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
TEST CIRCUIT INFORMATION
Although the MC13136 can be operated with a ceramic discriminator, the recovered audio measurements for both the MC13135 and MC13136 are made with an LC quadrature detector. The typical recovered audio will depend on the external circuit; either the Q of the quad coil, or the RC matching network for the ceramic discriminator. On the MC13136, an external capacitor between Pins 13 and 14 can be used with a quad coil for slightly higher recovered audio. See Figures 10 through 13 for additional information. Since adding a matching circuit to the RF input increases the signal level to the mixer, the third order intercept (TOI) point is better with an unmatched input (50 from Pin 21 to Pin 22). Typical values for both have been included in the Electrical Characterization Table. TOI measurements were taken at the pins with a high impedance probe/spectrum analyzer system. The first mixer input impedance was measured at the pin with a network analyzer.

Figure 1a. MC13135 Test Circuit


VCC 0.84 H 0.1 1.0 k 39.0 MHz Xtal 20 p 5.0 p 3 5.0 k 4 0.1 120 p 50 p 5 2nd LO 6 7 8 9 Demod 10 0.1 0.1 12 0.1 0.1 11 15 14 13 39 k 455 kHz Quad Coil 39 k Limiter 16 18 VCC2 19 0.1 360 20 Ceramic Filter 10.7 MHz VCC1 2 22 21 0.01 1st LO 1 Varicap 24 23 0.001 62 pF 0.2 H 0.01 180 p RF Input

Figure 1.

10.245 MHz Xtal Ceramic Filter 455 kHz

AF 17

8.2 k 0.1

Figure 1b. MC13136 Quad Detector Test Circuit


AF Demod Limiter 16 15 12 0.1 14 13 455 kHz Quad Coil 39 k 39 k VCC

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
Figure 2. Supply Current versus Supply Voltage
6.0 I CC , SUPPLY CURRENT (mA) RSSI OUTPUT (mVdc, Pin 12) 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 0 0 RFin = 49.7 MHz fMOD = 1.0 kHz fDEV = 3.0 kHz 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 140 VCC = 4.0 V RFin = 49.67 MHz fMOD = 1.0 kHz fDEV = 3.0 kHz

Figure 3. RSSI Output versus RF Input

1.0

2.0

3.0

4.0

5.0

6.0

7.0

8.0

120

100

80 RF INPUT (dBm)

60

40

20

VCC, SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V)

C P , EQUIVALENT PARALLEL CAPACITANCE (pF)

25 20 15 10 CP, f = 50 MHz 5.0 RP, f = 150 MHz 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 CP, f = 150 MHz RP, f = 50 MHz

10 8.0 6.0 4.0 2.0 0 4.0

R P , EQUIVALENT PARALLEL RESISTANCE (k )

Figure 4. Varactor Capacitance, Resistance versus Bias Voltage

Figure 5. Oscillator Frequency versus Varactor Bias


48.0 47.5 f, FREQUENCY (MHz) 47.0 46.5 46.0 45.5 45.0 1.0
500 p 27 p 5.0 p
1 1st LO 2 24 23

0.61 H 500 p 1.0 M 0.2 F VB

Varicap

2.0

3.0

4.0

5.0

6.0

VB, VARACTOR BIAS VOLTAGE, VPin24 to VPin 23 (Vdc)

VB, VARACTOR BIAS VOLTAGE (Vdc)

Figure 6. Signal Levels versus RF Input


30 10 Second Mixer Output POWER (dBm) 10 30 First Mixer Output 50 Second Mixer Input 70 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 First Mixer Input S+N, N, AND AMR (dB) 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 130

Figure 7. Signal + Noise, Noise, and AM Rejection versus Input Power


S+N

S + N 30% AM VCC = 4.0 Vdc RFin = 49.67 MHz fMOD = 1.0 kHz fDEV = 3.0 kHz 110 90 70

50

30

RFin, RF INPUT (dBm)

RFin, RF INPUT (dBm)

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
Figure 8. Op Amp Gain and Phase versus Frequency
50 30 Phase AV , GAIN (dB) Gain 10 0 10 30 50 10 k 160 200 240 280 80 120 , EXCESS PHASE (DEGREES) 20 0 MIXER OUTPUT (dB) 20 40 Desired Products 60 80 100 100 3rd Order Intermod Products

Figure 9. First Mixer Third Order Intermodulation (Unmatched Input)

100 k

1.0 M f, FREQUENCY (Hz)

10 M

80

60

40

20

RF INPUT (dBm)

Figure 10. Recovered Audio versus Deviation for MC13135


THD, TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION (%) 2000 RA, RECOVERED AUDIO (mVpp) 13
R

Figure 11. Distortion versus Deviation for MC13135


8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 3.0 5.0 fDEV, DEVIATION (kHz) R = 39 k 7.0 9.0 13
R

VCC 455 kHz Quad Coil Toko 7MC8128Z

R = 68 k

VCC 455 kHz Quad Coil Toko 7MC8128Z

R = 68 k

1500

R = 47 k R = 39 k

R = 47 k

1000

500

0 1.0

3.0

5.0 fDEV, DEVIATION (kHz)

7.0

9.0

Figure 12. Recovered Audio versus Deviation for MC13136


RA, RECOVERED AUDIO (mVpp) 14 800 13 600 400 200 0 3.0 R = 1.2 k C = 100 pF 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 VCC muRata C R 455 kHz Resonator CDB455C34 THD, TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION (%) 1000 R = 2.7 k C = 270 pF R= C = 660 pF 10 14 8.0 13 6.0 4.0 2.0 0 3.0

Figure 13. Distortion versus Deviation for MC13136


VCC C R muRata 455 kHz Resonator CDB455C34 R= C = 660 pF

R = 2.7 k C = 270 pF R = 1.2 k C = 100 pF 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0

fDEV, DEVIATION (kHz)

fDEV, DEVIATION (kHz)

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
The MC13135/13136 are complete dual conversion receivers. They include two local oscillators, two mixers, a limiting IF amplifier and detector, and an op amp. Both provide a voltage buffered RSSI with 70 dB of usable range, isolated tuning diode and buffered LO output for PLL operation, and a separate VCC pin for the first mixer and LO. Improvements have been made in the temperature performance of both the recovered audio and the RSSI. VCC Two separate VCC lines enable the first LO and mixer to continue running while the rest of the circuit is powered down. They also isolate the RF from the rest of the internal circuit. Local Oscillators The local oscillators are grounded collector Colpitts, which can be easily crystalcontrolled or VCO controlled with the onboard varactor and external PLL. The first LO transistor is internally biased, but the emitter is pinnedout and IQ can be increased for high frequency or VCO operation. The collector is not pinned out, so for crystal operation, the LO is generally limited to 3rd overtone crystal frequencies; typically around 60 MHz. For higher frequency operation, the LO can be provided externally as shown in Figure 16. Buffer An amplifier on the 1st LO output converts the singleended LO output to a differential signal to drive the mixer. Capacitive coupling between the LO and the amplifier minimizes the effects of the change in oscillator current on the mixer. Buffered LO output is pinnedout at Pin 3 for use with a PLL, with a typical output voltage of 320 mVpp at VCC = 4.0 V and with a 5.1 k resistor from Pin 3 to ground. As seen in Figure 14, the buffered LO output varies with the supply voltage and a smaller external resistor may be needed for low voltage operation. The LO buffer operates up to 60 MHz, typically. Above 60 MHz, the output at Pin 3 rolls off at approximately 6.0 dB per octave. Since most PLLs require about 200 mVpp drive, an external amplifier may be required. Figure 14. Buffered LO Output Voltage versus Supply Voltage
600 500 OUTPUT (mVpp ) 400 RPin3 = 5.1 k 300 200 100 2.5 RPin3 = 3.0 k

Mixers The first and second mixer are of similar design. Both are double balanced to suppress the LO and input frequencies to give only the sum and difference frequencies out. This configuration typically provides 40 to 60 dB of LO suppression. New design techniques provide improved mixer linearity and third order intercept without increased noise. The gain on the output of the 1st mixer starts to roll off at about 20 MHz, so this receiver could be used with a 21 MHz first IF. It is designed for use with a ceramic filter, with an output impedance of 330 . A series resistor can be used to raise the impedance for use with a crystal filter, which typically has an input impedance of 4.0 k. The second mixer input impedance is approximately 4.0 k; it requires an external 360 parallel resistor for use with a standard ceramic filter. Limiting IF Amplifier and Detector The limiter has approximately 110 dB of gain, which starts rolling off at 2.0 MHz. Although not designed for wideband operation, the bandwidth of the audio frequency amplifier has been widened to 50 kHz, which gives less phase shift and enables the receiver to run at higher data rates. However, care should be taken not to exceed the bandwidth allowed by local regulations. The MC13135 is designed for use with an LC quadrature detector, and does not have sufficient drive to be used with a ceramic discriminator. The MC13136 was designed to use a ceramic discriminator, but can also be run with an LC quad coil, as mentioned in the Test Circuit Information section. The data shown in Figures 12 and 13 was taken using a muRata CDB455C34 ceramic discriminator which has been specially matched to the MC13136. Both the choice of discriminators and the external matching circuit will affect the distortion and recovered audio. RSSI/Op Amp The Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) on the MC13135/13136 has about 70 dB of range. The resistor needed to translate the RSSI current to a voltage output has been included on the internal circuit, which gives it a tighter tolerance. A temperature compensated reference current also improves the RSSI accuracy over temperature. On the MC13136, the op amp on board is connected to the output to provide a voltage buffered RSSI. On the MC13135, the op amp is not connected internally and can be used for the RSSI or as a data slicer (see Figure 17c).

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

5.0

5.5

VCC, SUPPLY VOLTAGE (Vdc)

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
Figure 15. PLL Controlled Narrowband FM Receiver at 46/49 MHz

VCC 0.1 2.7 k 47 k 1.0 0.01 5.1 k OSC OSC Out In VDD Fin1 D0 PD1 D1 PD2 D2 LD D3 VSS Fin2 MC145166 3.0 p 0.1 120 p 10.245 MHz Xtal Ceramic Filter 455 kHz 50 p 100 k 500 p 500 p 27 p 5.0 p 3

MC13135

1st LO 1 2

Varicap

24 23

0.68 H

22 21 VCC1 4 20 5 2nd LO 6 7 8 9 Demod 10 Limiter 16 11 15 12 14 13 18 VCC2 19

0.001 62 pF 0.2 H 0.01 Ceramic Filter 10.7 MHz 0.1 360 150 pF RF Input

0.1

AF

17

1.0 k 0.15 10 k

Recovered Audio

0.1

0.1

RSSI Output

0.1

68 k 455 kHz Quad Coil

Figure 16. 144 MHz Single Channel Application Circuit


1st LO External Oscillator Circuit VCC + 1.0 F 15 k 100 p 0.82 1.0 k 68 p 5.6 k X1 43 p 470 Q1 MPS5179 X1 44.585 MHz 3rd Overtone Series Resonant Crystal L1 0.078 H Inductor (Coilcraft Part # 14602J08) L1 15 p fosc = 133.755 MHz RF Input 12 p 3300 p 5.1 k 1.0 470 p L2 3300 p Q1 470 L3 15 k

Preamp for MC13135 at 144.455 MHz


VCC + 1.0 F

12 p To Mixer 39 p Q1 MPS5179 L2 0.05 H L3 0.07 H

Q1 1000p

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
Figure 17a. Single Channel Narrowband FM Receiver at 49.7 MHz
MC13135 VCC + 1.0 1.0 k Buffered LO Output 1.0 H 2200 p 1st LO 1 2 22 3 0.01 0.1 120 p 10.245 MHz Xtal Ceramic Filter 455 kHz 50 p 5.1 k VCC1 4 5 2nd LO 6 7 8 9 Demod 10 0.1 0.1 11 Limiter 16 15 12 0.1 14 13 39 k 455 kHz Quad Coil AF 18 VCC2 19 0.1 360 20 Ceramic Filter 10.7 MHz 21 0.01 Varicap 24 23 0.001 0.2 H 62 pF RF Input 150 p 50 Source

Figure 17.

27 p 39 MHz Xtal 5.0 p

17

1.0 k 0.15 10 k

Recovered Audio

RSSI Output

Figure 17b. PC Board Component View

39 MHz XT 1.0 k 2200p 27p 5p 0.1 50p 120p 10.245 MHz XT

2 1

0.01 10.7 MHz CF MC13135 0.1

150p

62p

1.0 + 360 1.0k 10k 0.15

4 5
0.01 0.1

NOTES: 1. 0.2 H tunable (unshielded) inductor 2. 39 MHz Series mode resonant 3rd Overtone Crystal 3. 1.5 H tunable (shielded) inductor 4. 10.245 MHz Fundamental mode crystal, 32 pF load 5. 455 kHz ceramic filter, muRata CFU 455B or equivalent 6. Quadrature coil, Toko 7MC8128Z (7mm) or Toko RMC2A6597HM (10mm) 7. 10.7 MHz ceramic filter, muRata SFE10.7MJA or equivalent

5.1k

CF 455 KHz 0.1

.001

0.22 0.1 39K 51K 10k

10 +

+4.7

MC34119

Figure 17c. Optional Data Slicer Circuit (Using Internal Op Amp)


VCC 20 k Vin (Pin 17) 20 k 15 14 0.001 10 k 1.0 M 16 10 k

+10 0.1

FSK Data Output

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
Figure 18. PC Board Solder Side View
RF IN GROUND AUDIO VCC

SPEAKER

VCC2

RSSI

MC13135 MC13136

3.375 (Circuit Side View)

Figure 19. PC Board Component View

39 MHz XT 1.0 k 2200p 27p 5p 0.1 50p 120p 10.245 MHz XT

2 1

0.01 10.7 MHz CF MC13136 0.1

150p

62p

1.0 + 360 1.0k 10k 0.15

4 5
0.01 0.1

NOTES: 1. 0.2 H tunable (unshielded) inductor 2. 39 MHz Series mode resonant 3rd Overtone Crystal 3. 1.5 H tunable (shielded) inductor 4. 10.245 MHz Fundamental mode crystal, 32 pF load 5. 455 kHz ceramic filter, muRata CFU 455B or equivalent 6. Ceramic discriminator, muRata CDB455C34 or equivalent 7. 10.7 MHz ceramic filter, muRata SFE10.7MJA or equivalent

5.1k

CF 455 KHz 0.1

.001

0.22 0.1 270p 2.7k 51K 10k

10 +

+4.7

MC34119

+10 0.1

L.O.

3.25

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

MC13135 MC13136
Figure 20a. Single Channel Narrowband FM Receiver at 49.7 MHz

MC13136
VCC 1.0 H 1.0 + 1.0 k Buffered LO Output 2200 p 27 p 39 MHz Xtal 5.0 p 1st LO 1 2 22 3 0.01 0.1 120 p 50 p 5.0 k 4 5 2nd LO 6 7 8 9 10 0.1 0.1 11 Demod Limiter 16 15 12 0.1 14 270 p 13 2.7 k 0.15 18 VCC2 19 0.1 VCC1 20 21 0.01 Varicap 24 23 0.001

Figure 20.

62 pF 0.2 H 150 pF

RF Input 50 Source

Ceramic Filter 10.7 MHz

10.245 MHz Xtal Ceramic Filter 455 kHz

360

AF

17

1.0 k

Recovered Audio 10 k RSSI Output

muRata 455 kHz Resonator CDB455C34

Figure 20b. Optional Audio Amplifier Circuit


1 4.7 + 2 + 10 0.22 10 k 3 4 8 MC34119 7 6 5 +10 VCC Speaker

Recovered Audio

51 k

10

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

Figure 21. MC13135 Internal Schematic


18 6.0 k 4.0 k 4.0 k

VCC 1

VCC 2

15 k

8.0 k

1 1.0 k 5 12 k

3 6

1.6 k

2 21 100 20

5.0 p

1.0 k 22

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA


First Mixer Second LO Second Mixer VCC 2 14 15 12 100 k VEE 13 Op Amp Bias 5.0 p Detector and Audio Amplifier This device contains 142 active transistors.

VEE

VEE

First LO

VCC 2 16

MC13135 MC13136

Figure 21.

VEE

VCC 2

VCC 2

2.0 k

10 11

52 k 50 k

17

VEE

VEE

Limiting IF Amplifier

11

Figure 22. MC13136 Internal Schematic


18 6.0 k 4.0 k 4.0 k

12
3 6 1.0 k 5 12 k 1.0 k 22 21 100 20 First Mixer Second LO Second Mixer VCC 2 15 12 100 k VEE 13 Op Amp Bias 5.0 p 14 This device contains 142 active transistors. Detector and Audio Amplifier

VCC 1

VCC 2

15 k

8.0 k

1.6 k

5.0 p

VEE

VEE VCC 2 16

First LO

MC13135 MC13136

Figure 22.

VEE

VCC 2

VCC 2

2.0 k

10 11

52 k 50 k

17

MOTOROLA ANALOG IC DEVICE DATA

VEE

VEE

Limiting IF Amplifier

MC13135 MC13136
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
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A
24 1 13

B
12

NOTES: 1. CHAMFERED CONTOUR OPTIONAL. 2. DIMENSION L TO CENTER OF LEADS WHEN FORMED PARALLEL. 3. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5M, 1982. 4. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: INCH.

C T
SEATING PLANE

K E G F D 24 PL 0.25 (0.010)
M

NOTE 1

M J 24 PL 0.25 (0.010) T A
M

DIM A B C D E F G J K L M N

INCHES MIN MAX 1.230 1.265 0.250 0.270 0.145 0.175 0.015 0.020 0.050 BSC 0.040 0.060 0.100 BSC 0.007 0.012 0.110 0.140 0.300 BSC 0 15 0.020 0.040

MILLIMETERS MIN MAX 31.25 32.13 6.35 6.85 3.69 4.44 0.38 0.51 1.27 BSC 1.02 1.52 2.54 BSC 0.18 0.30 2.80 3.55 7.62 BSC 0 15 0.51 1.01

DW SUFFIX PLASTIC PACKAGE CASE 751E04 (SO24L) ISSUE E A


NOTES: 1. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5M, 1982. 2. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: MILLIMETER. 3. DIMENSIONS A AND B DO NOT INCLUDE MOLD PROTRUSION. 4. MAXIMUM MOLD PROTRUSION 0.15 (0.006) PER SIDE. 5. DIMENSION D DOES NOT INCLUDE DAMBAR PROTRUSION. ALLOWABLE DAMBAR PROTRUSION SHALL BE 0.13 (0.005) TOTAL IN EXCESS OF D DIMENSION AT MAXIMUM MATERIAL CONDITION. DIM A B C D F G J K M P R MILLIMETERS MIN MAX 15.25 15.54 7.60 7.40 2.65 2.35 0.49 0.35 0.90 0.41 1.27 BSC 0.32 0.23 0.29 0.13 8 0 10.05 10.55 0.25 0.75 INCHES MIN MAX 0.601 0.612 0.292 0.299 0.093 0.104 0.014 0.019 0.016 0.035 0.050 BSC 0.009 0.013 0.005 0.011 0 8 0.395 0.415 0.010 0.029

24

13

P 12 PL 0.010 (0.25)
M

12

24 PL

J
M

0.010 (0.25)

T A

F R X 45 C T
SEATING PLANE

22 PL

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NOTES

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NOTES

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MC13135 MC13136

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