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Hi all

As titled. I have just got one out of my stock of parts and have no
data.

It was bought 15 odd years ago and, sadly, any data with it seems to
have gone with the wind. There appears to be no online reference or
data for the item in the SBL-1-X series, so no doubt it's obsolete.

I am just about to use it for a non-critical application, but wonder if
it differs markedly from the usual SBl-1's? I would hate to badly under
drive it, or worse, use it as an expensive fuse!

The part is marked:

MCL SBL-1-8
915215

Does any kind soul have an old catalogue or data sheet, or even the info
at their finger tips.... or has even heard of them?

Just looking for the headline differences, please, if possible, thank
you.

John
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http://www.datasheetarchive.com/SBL-1-datasheet.html
try this link.


"JC Morrice" schreef in bericht
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Hi all

As titled. I have just got one out of my stock of parts and have no
data.

It was bought 15 odd years ago and, sadly, any data with it seems to
have gone with the wind. There appears to be no online reference or
data for the item in the SBL-1-X series, so no doubt it's obsolete.

I am just about to use it for a non-critical application, but wonder if
it differs markedly from the usual SBl-1's? I would hate to badly under
drive it, or worse, use it as an expensive fuse!

The part is marked:

MCL SBL-1-8
915215

Does any kind soul have an old catalogue or data sheet, or even the info
at their finger tips.... or has even heard of them?

Just looking for the headline differences, please, if possible, thank
you.

John
GW0OAJ
--
JC Morrice



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In article , pa5tig
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http://www.datasheetarchive.com/SBL-1-datasheet.html
try this link.
"JC Morrice" schreef in bericht
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snip

The part is marked:

MCL SBL-1-8
915215


snip

Thanks for your link, but I have already been to that and others, as
indicated. No joy on the dash1 dash8 flavour; that includes
MiniCircuits own current database. Hence my post.....

John
GW0OAJ
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JC Morrice

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Hey OM

Did you try the WAYBACK MACHINE?

Go to http://archive.org
and type in www.minicircuits.com in the WAYBACK MACHINE
and go back a few years

The Application Data is still archived back to 1997.

73 OM
de n8zu







On Jul 14, 4:48*pm, JC Morrice wrote:
In article , pa5tig
writes

http://www.datasheetarchive.com/SBL-1-datasheet.html
try this link.
"JC Morrice" schreef in bericht
...


snip

The part is marked:


* * * *MCL SBL-1-8
* * * *915215


snip

Thanks for your link, but I have already been to that and others, as
indicated. *No joy on the dash1 dash8 flavour; that includes
MiniCircuits own current database. *Hence my post.....

John
GW0OAJ
--
JC Morrice


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In JC Morrice
wrote:

Does any kind soul have an old catalogue or data sheet, or even the info
at their finger tips.... or has even heard of them?


Can't help you personally, but if nothing else turns up, as a last resort
there's always

jp at uk.minicircuits.com

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In article , Bert Hyman
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Does any kind soul have an old catalogue or data sheet, or even the info
at their finger tips.... or has even heard of them?


Can't help you personally, but if nothing else turns up, as a last
resort there's always

jp at uk.minicircuits.com


Thanks all. I got feedback from MCL. Treat electrically as an SRA-1-1.
And from memory and from another NG, 0.1 to 200 MHz @ +7dBm LO
injection.

John
GW0OAJ
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JC Morrice

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Hey OM:

From the miniciruits.com app notes archive in 1999 i found this:

6. LO DRIVE.
The LO drive is critical since the function of the LO drive is to
switch the mixer diodes fully on and off for lowest distortion. So,
for optimum performance, select the mixer level to match the LO drive.
Mini-Circuits conveniently identifies its mixer levels by the LO drive
requirement; thus a Level 7 mixer refers to a LO drive level of +7
dBm. If there are constraints on the LO power available, select the
lowest level mixer closest to the available LO power. For example, if
+12 dBm LO drive is available, select a Level 10 mixer.


73 OM
de n8zu

O
Thanks all. *I got feedback from MCL. *Treat electrically as an
SRA-1-1.
And from memory and from another NG, 0.1 to 200 MHz @ +7dBm LO
injection.

John
GW0OAJ
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JC Morrice




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