MC1496DR2G Balanced Modulator / Demodulator SOIC-14 Case

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The MC1496DG is becoming increasingly more difficult to find in DIP form. This surface mount version is suitable for our YuSynth Dual Balanced Modulator PCB as it will accept both this SMT version as well as a DIP version.

These devices were designed for use where the output voltage is a product of an input voltage (signal) and a switching function (carrier). Typical applications include suppressed carrier and amplitude modulation, synchronous detection, FM detection, phase detection,and chopper applications.
Features
• Excellent Carrier Suppression −65 dB typ @ 0.5 MHz
−50 dB typ @ 10 MHz
• Adjustable Gain and Signal Handling
• Balanced Inputs and Outputs
• High Common Mode Rejection −85 dB Typical
• This Device Contains 8 Active Transistors
• Pb−Free Package is Available*

MC1496DG Datasheet (7212-502.pdf, 334 Kb) [Download]

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