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U2510B

All-Band AM/FM Receiver and Audio Amplifier

Description
The U2510B is an integrated bipolar one-chip AM/FM receiver, an AF amplifier and a mode switch for AM, FM
radio circuit. It contains an FM front end with and tape. This circuit is designed for clock radios and
preamplifier, FM IF and demodulator, a complete AM portable radio-cassette recorders.

Features
 Superior FM strong signal behavior by using RF AGC  DC mode control: AM, FM and tape

 Soft mute and HCC for decreasing interstation noise  Wide supply-voltage range and low quiescent current
in FM mode  High AF output power: 1 W
 Excellent AFC performance (level controlled, both  Electronic volume control
polarities available)  Electronic AF bandwidth control (treble and high cut)
 Level indicator (LED drive) for AM and FM  Output stage for headphone and speaker drive

Block Diagram
FM RF FM osc. (Replaceable)
IF BPE
tank tank
FM ant.

VS
9 8 7 6 14 16 2 26 28

AFC 27
FM RF 12 FM FM IF FM
BPE front end amp. discr.
Power 3
AFC
AGC control amp.
11 FM
AGC 25
AM IF 23
AM 10 AM amp. and
ant. front end detect.
IF IF 24
AF preamp.
AGC
AM osc. 5 RF AGC AM Level 4
Volume
tank AGC indic.
Voltage stab. AM/FM Mute
and
VRef mode control HCC
15 21 13 20 19 1 22 18

S2 VS
AM
LED
FM Tape VS Treble Vol
AFC mode
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Figure 1. Block diagram

Rev. A3, 23-Feb-01 1 (15)


U2510B
Order Information
Extended Type Number Package Remarks
U2510B-M SDIP28
U2510B-M__T SDIP28 VS < 6 V supply voltage

Pin Description Pin Symbol Function


5 AMOsc AM oscillator tank circuit input, recommended
load impedance approximately 2.5 k
Mute 1 28 AF-GND 6 FM–AFC AFC diode connection, coupling capacitor
(C19) determines the AFC characteristic
(holding range and slope)
FM-discr 2 27 AFout 7 FMOsc FM oscillator tank circuit input, recommended
load impedance approximately 3 k
8 VRef Regulated voltage output (2.4 V)
CF 3 26 VS 9 FMtank FM RF tank circuit connection, recommended
load impedance approximately 3 k
Ripple in 10 AMtank AM RF tank circuit connection, recommended
Vol ctrl in 4 25 load impedance approximately 20 k
11 FM-AGC FM AGC voltage output, time constant (C20).
AMOsc AFin Loading this pin by a resistor (to GND) will
5 24
increase the FM AGC threshold, grounding
this pin will switch off the FM AGC function
FM-AFC 6 23 AM/FM detect 12 FMin FM RF input (common-base preamplifier
transistor), recommended (RF) source
impedance approximately 100 
FMOsc 7 22 VAGC/AFC 13 FE-GND FM front-end ground
14 AM/FM AM/FM IF output
IFout (collector output of the IF preamplifier)
VRef 8 21 AFC switch 15 Mode ctrl Mode control input:
switch Pin | Function
open | FM
FMtank 9 20 IF-GND
Ground | AM
VS (R4 = 10 k) | Tape
16 AM-IFin AM IF input, input impedance = 3.1 k
AMtank 10 19 LED drive
17 FM-IFin FM IF input, input impedance = 330 
18 VTreble in Treble control voltage input
FM-AGC 11 18 VTreble in 19 LED drive Level indicator output
(open-collector output, LED drive)
20 IF-GND IF ground
FMin 12 17 FM-IFin
21 AFC switch AFC function control input:
Pin | Function
open | AFC off
FE-GND 13 16 AM-IFin Ground | fOSC > fin
VS | fOSC < fin
AM/FM Mode ctrl 22 VAGC/AFC AGC/AFC voltage, time constant adjust (C10),
14 15
IFout switch input impedance approximately 42 k
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23 AM/FM AM/FM detector output, the load capacitor
detect (C11) in conjunction with the detector output
Figure 2. Pinning resistance (7.5 k) determines the (FM)
deemphasis as well as the (modulation)
Pin Symbol Function frequency response of the AM detector
1 Mute Mute voltage output, time constant (C23), 24 AFin Audio amplifier input, input resistance
mute depth and threshold adjustable by load approximately 100 k coupling capacitor
resistance (R3) (C9) determines the low frequency response
2 FM-discr FM discriminator filter connection, ceramic 25 Ripple in Ripple filter connection. Load capacitance
resonator or equivalent LC-circuit (C12) determines the frequency response of the
3 CF Audio negative feedback input. Blocking supply-voltage ripple rejection
capacitor (C8) determines the audio amplifiers 26 VS Supply voltage input
low-end cut-off frequency 27 AFout Audio amplifier output
4 Vol ctrl in Input for volume control voltage 28 AF-GND Ground of the audio power stage

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Terminal Voltages
Test circuit: Vin = 0

Voltage/V
Pin Symbol VS = 3 V VS = 6 V
AM FM TAPE AM FM TAPE
1 Mute voltage (R3 = 0) V1 – 1.6 – – 1.6 –
2 FM discriminator V2 – 1.0 – – 1.0 –
3 Negative feedback V3 1.2 1.2 1.2 2.6 2.6 2.6
4 Volume control input (S4 = A) V4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4
5 AM oscillator V5 2.4 – – 2.4 – –
6 FM AFC V6 – 1.9 – – 1.9 –
7 FM oscillator V7 – 2.4 – – 2.4 –
8 VRef V8 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4
9 FM RF tank V9 – 2.4 2.4 – 2.4 –
10 AM input V10 2.4 – – – 2.4 –
11 FM AGC V11 – 0 – – 0 –
12 FM input V12 1.4 – – 1.4 –
13 Front end ground V13 – – – – – –
14 AM/FM IF output V14 2.9 2.7 – 5.9 5.7 –
15 Mode control switch V15 0 – 2.9 0 – 5.7
16 AM IF input V16 0 – – 0 – –
17 FM IF input V17 – 0.7 – – 0.7 –
18 Treble control input (S5 = A) V18 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4
19 LED V19
20 IF ground V20 0 0 0 0 0 0
21 AFC switch (S3 = off) V21 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2
22 AGC (AM)/AFC (FM) V22 1.5 1.2 – 1.5 1.2 –
23 Detector output V23 1.5 1.2 – 1.5 1.2 –
24 AF input V24 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5
25 Ripple filter V25 2.7 2.7 2.7 5.3 5.3 5.3
26 Supply voltage V26 3.0 3.0 3.0 6.0 6.0 6.0
27 AF output V27 1.2 1.2 1.2 2.6 2.6 2.6
28 AF ground V28 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameters Symbol Value Unit
Supply voltage VS 13 V
Power dissipation Ptot 900 mW
Ambient temperature range Tamb –20 to +75 °C

Electrical Characteristics
VS = 6 V, Tamb = 25°C, test circuit (figure 16), unless otherwise specified

Parameters Test Conditions / Pins Symbol Min. Typ. Max. Unit


Supply voltage range VS 2.5 9* V
Oscillator stop voltage VS 2.2 V
Operating temperature range T –20 +75 °C
Supply quiescent current Vi1 = Vi2 = V4 = 0;
AM (S2 = AM) IS 4.0 mA
FM (S2 = FM) IS 6.5 mA
TAPE (S2 = Tape) IS 2.2 mA
Regulated voltage Pin 8 VRef 2.4 V
Audio amplifier Vi3 (Pin 24), test point: Vo (Pin 27) f = 1 kHz
AF measuring range: 30 Hz to 20 kHz, S2 = Tape, S4 = A, S5 = A
Input resistance Pin 24 Rj 100 k
Closed loop voltage gain GVaf1 = 20 log (Vo/Vi3)
Vi3 = 10 mV GVaf1 40 dB
Output voltage Vi3 = 100 mV, S4 = B Vo 0.7 3 mV
High–end cut-off frequency fc (–3 dB) fc 13 kHz
S5 = B fc 0.8 kHz
Supply-voltage rejection ratio SVRR = 20 log (Vhum/Vo)
Vhum = 200 mV,
fhum = 200 Hz, S4 = B SVRR 32 dB
Noise voltage S4 = B, Vi3 = 0 Vn 300 1000 V
AF output power THD = 10 %, RL = 8 
VS = 4.5 V Po 225 mW
VS = 6.0 V Po 400 420 mW
VS = 9.0 V Po 1000 mW
Distortion Po = 50 mW, RL = 8  d 0.6 %
FM section, Vi2 = 60 dBV, fi2 = 98 MHz, fm = 1 kHz, dev. =  22.5 kHz, fiIF = 10.7 MHz,
AF measuring range: 300 Hz to 20 kHz, S2 = FM, S1 = A, S6 = B, test point: VD (Pin 23)
FM front-end voltage gain GVFM = 20 log (ViIF / Vi2)
S1 = B, Vi2 = 40 dbV GVFM 30 dB
Recovered audio voltage Pin 23 VD af 85 mV
Detector output resistance Pin 23 RDo 7.5 k
Detector output distortion dev. =  75 kHz
Vi2 = 60 dBV THD 0.5 %
Vi2 = 105 dBV THD 0.8 %
* U2510B-M__T: max. 6 V

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Electrical Characteristics (continued)
VS = 6 V, Tamb = 25°C, test circuit (figure 16), unless otherwise specified
Parameters Test Conditions / Pins Symbol Min. Typ. Max. Unit
AM rejection ratio m = 30% AMRR 25 dB
RF sensitivity (S+N)/N = 26 dB Vi2 9 dBV
(S+N)/N = 46 dB Vi2 22 dBV
Limiting threshold (-3 dB) Vi2 3 dBV
Mute voltage Test point: Mute
Vi2 = 0 Vmute 1.8 V
Vi2 = 60 dBV Vmute 0.4 V
Mute depth Referred to V0 at Vi2 = 0
S6 = A MD 26 dB
S6 = C MD 20 dB
AFC holding range fOSC > fin, S3 = A, S6 = A
Vi2  10 dBV FHR no AFC
Vi2 = 20 dBV FHR  180 kHz
Vi2 = 80 dBV FHR  220 kHz
LED current ILED 5.5 mA
Oscillator voltage eZload = 2.5 k Pin 7 VOSC 180 mV
AM section Vi1 = 60 dBV, fi1 = 1.6 MHz, fm = 1 kHz, m = 30%, fiIF = 455 kHz,
AF measuring range: 300 Hz to 20 kHz, (S2 = AM, S1 = B, test point: VD)
AM front end voltage gain GVAM = 20 log (ViIF/Vi1) GVAM 25 dB
Vi1 = 20 dBV, S1 = A
Recovered audio voltage VD af1 70 mV
Detector output resistance Pin 23 RDo 7.5 k
Detector output distortion Vi1 = 60 dBV THD 1 %
Vi1 = 105 dBV THD 3 %
RF sensitivity (S+N)/N= 10 dB Vi1 0 dBV
(S+N)/N= 26 dB Vi1 16 dBV
(S+N)/N= 46 dB Vi1 35 dBV
AGC figure of merit referred Vi1 = 105 dBV, voltage
to VD af drop (VD af) = –10 dB FOM 100 dB
IF input resistance Pin 16 Zi 3.1 k
LED current ILED 5.5 mA
Oscillator voltage Pin 5 VOSC 160 mV

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U2510B
10 10000
Tamb=25°C
FM
8

1000

Po ( mW )
IS ( mA )

6
AM RL=4
4
100 f=1kHz
Tape 8 d=10%
2 16 Tamb=25°C

32
0 10
2 4 6 8 10 12 0 10 50
9510396 VS ( V ) 9510399 VS ( V )

Figure 3. Quiescent current Figure 6. AF section: Max. output power

50 40
without
40 treble control
f=200Hz
32
Po ( mW )
VU ( dB )

30
with treble control
f=100Hz
20
24
Vi=5mV Vhum=200mV
VS=6V VS=6V
10
RL=8 RL=8
Tamb=25°C Tamb=25°C
0 16
0.01 0.1 1 10 100 2 4 6 8 10 12
95 10397 f ( kHz ) 95 10400 VS ( V )

Figure 4. AF section Figure 7. AF section: Supply-voltage rejection ratio

10 2.0
f=1kHz VS=6V
Tamb=25°C Tamb=25°C
8 1.6

R3=∞
Vo ( dBV )

6 1.2
d(%)

VS=3V VS=6V VS=9V


RL=32 RL=8 RL=8 100k
4 0.8

68k
2 0.4

0 0
1 10 100 1000 10000 –20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120
95 10398 Po ( mW ) 95 10403 Vi ( dBV )

Figure 5. AF section: Distortion Figure 8. FM section: Mute voltage

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0 6
S+N(m=80%) AM ILED
5
–20
S+N(m=30%) FM
4

I LED ( mA )
VD ( dBV )

–40 VS=6V
fi1=1.6MHz 3
N fAF=1kHz
–60 Tamb=25°C
2

–80 VS=6V
1
d(m=80%) Tamb=25°C
d(m=30%)
–100 0
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0 20 40 60 80 100 120
95 10404 Vi ( dBV ) 95 10407 Vi ( dBV )

Figure 9. AM section: Demodulator output level Figure 11. AM/FM level indicator current

0 2.0
VS=6V
Vi3=10mV
fAF=1MHz
–20 fAF=10kHz 1.2
Tamb=25°C
VO ( dBV )

VAGC ( V )

Treble Voltage V8
–40 0.8

VS=6V
–60 0.4 fi1=1.6MHz
Treble Voltage = 0 Tamb=25°C

–80 0
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120
95 10406 V4 ( V ) 95 10408 Vi ( dBV )

Figure 10. Volume control range characteristics Figure 12. AM section: AGC voltage (at Pin 22)

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0
S+N(f=75kHz)

–20 VS = 6 V
S+N(f=22.5kHz) fi2 = 98 MHz
fAF = 1 kHz
VD ( dBV ) Tamb = 25°C
–40
AM(m=30%)

–60

–80 N d(f=75kHz)
d(f=22.5kHz)
–100
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120
95 10401 Vi ( dBV )

Figure 13. FM section: Demodulator output level


0
R3=0 S+N
68k
–20 VS = 6 V
100k AM RL = 8 
∞ Po = 50 mW at
Vo ( dBV )

–40 Vi2 = 60 dBV


fi2 = 98 MHz
fAF = 1 kHz
–60 f = 22.5 kHz
mAM = 30%
N Tamb = 25°C
–80
d
–100
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120
95 10402 Vi ( dBV )

Figure 14. FM section: Audio output level

0
S+N

–20
VO ( dBV )

–40
N
d Po = 50 mW at
Vi1 = 60 dBV
–60 RL = 8 
fi1 = 98 MHz
fAF = 1 kHz
–80
m = 80%
Tamb = 25°C
–100
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120
95 10405 Vi ( dBV )

Figure 15. AM section: Audio output level

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U2510B
Test Circuit
R5 T2
150 Ω C2 C3 C4 C5
R6 C24 LA A B A B
43 pF 22 pF 18 pF 22 pF
Vi1 L1 L2 S4 S5
R4
(50 Ω) 100 Ω 100 nF 150 µH
2.2 kΩ
R C25
7 C7 C6 T4 R3
Vi2
(50 Ω) R8 75 Ω 150 kΩ
10 nF C19 C25
4.7 µF 22 nF C23
50 Ω
5.6 pF 100 68 nF C
pF B
C20 S6 Vmute
C8 C24 A
22 nF 4.7 µF 18 pF
AM IFT 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
T1 455 kHz
CF1
U2510B

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
CF2
B A S1 B A C22 C9
A
10.7 MHz S3
10 nF off B 10 nF
R1 D1 LED C15

390 Ω 220 µF
R2
ViIF Tape
S2 FM C14 C10 C11 C12 C13
R9 10 kΩ
RL
3 kΩ 100 nF 10 µF 10 nF 10 µF 470 µF
C21 AM
8 Ω/
10 nF 2W

ILED VD Vi3 VS Vo GND 13913

Figure 16. Test circuit

Application
General
The U2510B is a bipolar monolithic IC for use in radio One of the general advantages of using the U2510B is the
sets, for example, headphone receivers, radio recorders fact that all receiver functions (including the options) are
and clock radios. The IC contains all AM, FM, AF and integrated and tested on a system level. Therefore, two
switching function blocks necessary to construct these additional cost-savings are achieved by:
kinds of radio receivers using only few components 1. Shorter development time through less technical
around the IC. In the design, special efforts were made to problems and
get good performance for all AM bands (short and long
2. Higher reproductivity and low reject level in the set
wave).
production line.
The implementation of enhanced functions (options) Another advantage, due to the technology of the
makes it possible to improve the radio’s performance and U2510B, is the wide operating voltage range, espe-
to produce radios with interesting features. In this case cially the upper limit (13 V). This feature allows the
few (external) parts have to be changed or added. By use of soft power supply for line powered radios
using all or some of the options offered by the U2510B which can also reduce the set’s total cost.
different types or classes of radios can be designed to the
customer ’s requirements with the same IC.

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Circuit Example Option e) improves the tuning behavior substantially. The
special design of the on-chip AFC function means that
Figure 17 shows a circuit diagram for low end AM/AF common disadvantages such as asymmetrical slope,
radios using the U2510B. Figure 18 shows a circuit (chip-) temperature effects and unlimited holding range
diagram of AM/AF radio for higher class designs using all are avoided. As mentioned in the “Pinning Description
possible options of the U2510B. The layout of the PC Table”, the AFC slope has to be inverted when the local
board, shown in figure 19, is suitable for both the circuit oscillator (LO) frequency has to be below the receiving
example shown in figure 17 and the circuit example frequency. This can be achieved by connecting Pin 21 to
shown in figure 18. The associated coil, varicon and filter the potential of Pin 8. In addition to the options described
specifications are listed in the table: COIL DATA and above, the following proposals are implemented in the
SPECIAL COMPONENT PARTS. The circuit diagram circuit diagram (figure 18), too:
(figure 18), has the following options compared to the
circuit diagram (figure 17) (the additional parts, which  An FM IFT is applied. This improves the channel
have to be provided, are listed in parentheses): selectivity and minimizes substantially the spurious
responses caused by the FM ceramic filter (CF2). With
a) Soft mute and high cut control in FM mode (1 cap.)
the choice of the winding ratio of this IFT, the FM
b) Electronic treble control in AM, FM and TAPE mode front end gain can be matched to other values if neces-
(1 pot.) sary.
c) On-chip mode control for TAPE application
 In the FM RF input section, the low cost antenna filter
d) RF AGC in FM mode (1 capacitor) (L5, C15) is replaced by a special band pass filter
e) AFC, adjustable to the correct polarity and slope (PFWE8). Such a BPF protects the FM front end
(1 cap.) against the out-off-band interference signals (TV
f) Tuning indication using LED as an indicator channels, etc.) which could disturb the FM reception.
(1 LED, 1 cap.)
Design Hints
Option a) reduces the interstation noise by the two
The value of the power supply blocking capacitor C13
functions: soft mute and HCC. Both are controlled by the
mute voltage (Pin 1). The soft mute reduces the loudness should not be below 470 F. In addition, this capacitor
only, while the HCC reduces the high-end audio cut-off should be placed near Pin 26. This will help to avoid
unacceptable noise generated by noise-radiation from the
frequency of the audio preamplifier, when the signal level
audio amplifier via the bar-antenna. In designs, where the
falls below a given threshold. This signal level threshold
supply voltage goes below 2.5 V, the value of the blocking
as well as the mute depth can be reduced by adding a
resistor (R3) or by increasing the FM front–end gain. capacitor (C7) should be chosen as 47 F or even higher.
To achieve a high rejection of short wave reception in
Option b) allows the treble control for all operating modes medium wave operation, the LO amplitude at Pin 5
without the need of an additional capacitor. This concept should not exceed approximately 200 mV. This LO
leads to a smooth and correct treble control behavior amplitude depends on the LO transformer’s Q and its
which is an improvement compared to the controlled RC turns ratio. For the LO transformer type described in the
network normally used. “Coil Data Table”, a resistor R4 (2.2 k for example) in
parallel to the secondary side of the AM LO transformer
Option c) is very useful for application in radio
T2 is recommended. To minimize feedback effects in the
cassette-recorders, for instance. In TAPE mode, the
RF/IF part in FM mode, the capacitor C6 should be placed
AM/FM receiver blocks are completely switched off and
as near to Pins 8 and 20 as possible.
the signal from the tape recorder can be fed to the audio
amplifier ’s input directly. This saves quiescent current As shown in the application circuit diagrams (figures 17
and makes the TAPE switching easy. However, to and 18), in FM mode ceramic filter devices are used for
minimize switching noise by the mode switch, the channel selection (CF2) while for FM, demodulation in
following switch sequence should be chosen: AM, FM, LC-discriminator circuit (T4, C24, C25) is used instead of
TAPE. a ceramic discriminator device.
Option d) improves the strong signal behavior by Such an LC discriminator circuit can be easily matched
protecting the FM mixer against overload. This is to the FM IF selectivity block by its alignment. The zero-
provided by the integrated broad-band-width RF AGC. If crossing of the discriminator can be detected at the
necessary, the AGC threshold can be decreased by a demodulator output (Pin 23). The zero-crossing voltage
resistor, loading Pin 11 to GND (not shown). is equal to half of the regulated voltage at Pin 8.

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The alignment of the LC-discriminator circuit should be In general, ceramic discriminator devices can be used,
done with little or no effect on the AFC function. This can too. In this case, the effect of unavoidable spreads in the
be realized by: frequency characteristics of these case ceramic devices in
– switching Pin 21 to open-circuit conjunction with the IC characteristic has to be consid-
– connecting Pin 1 to a voltage source of 2 V ered. For example, mismatches of the characteristics
– using a low signal level for alignment. between selectivity block and FM discriminator will lead
to an increased signal-to-noise ratio at low signal level as
well as to a higher demodulation distortion level or to an
asymmetrical AFC.

Application Circuits

Antenna
FM AM
T2
L3 C2 C3 C4 C5
Volume P1
C16 2 pF 22 pF 27 pF 6 pF
33 pF L1 L2 50 kΩ

C18 C17

33 pF 33 pF

L4 C7 C6 T4
C25 100 pF
4.7 µF 22 nF
C8 C24
4.7 µF 18 pF
AM IFT 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
T1 455 kHz
CF1
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15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
CF2
C9
10.7 MHz C15 S1
R1 10 nF 220 µF
390 Ω 100 nF

VS
C14
Z=8Ω
C10 C11 C12 C13
S2
AM
4.7 µF 10 nF 4.7 µF 470 µF
FM

13915

Figure 17. Application circuit (low cost)

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Antenna
FM AM
T2 Volume Treble
L3 C2 C3 C4 C5
P1 P2
2 pF 22 pF 27 pF 6 pF
L1 L2 50 kΩ 50 kΩ

BPF 1 R4
2.2 kΩ T4
C7 C6 C25 100 pF

C23
4.7 µF 22 nF
C20 C19 C8 C24 (R3) 68 nF
22 pF 5.6 pF 4.7 µF 18 pF Mute
AM IFT 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Adj.
T1 455 kHz
CF1
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AM IFT
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
T3
CF2
C22 C9
10.7 MHz C15 S1
100 pF 10 nF 22 nF 220 µF
D1 LED 100 nF

R2 VS
C14
Tape S2 10 kΩ
C10 C11 C12 C13
FM
AM C21
10 µF 10 nF 4.7 µF 470 µF
10 nF

IN Tape 13914

Figure 18. Application circuit (upgraded) R2 only if VS > 8 V

Figure 19. PC-board

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Coil Data and Special Component Part
Part Stage L or C0 Q0 between Wire diameter/mm Type
between Terminal No. Manufacturer
Number of turns
T1 AM IFT 180 pF 90 0.07 0.07 0.07 7MC-7789N
1 to 3 1 to 3 1 to 2 2 to 3 4 to 6 Toko
111 35 7 21K7-H5
Mitsumi
T2 AM OSC 270 H 125 0.06 0.06 7TRS-8441
1 to 3 1 to 3 1 to 3 4 to 6 Toko
107 29 L-5K7-H5
Mitsumi
T3 FM IFT 100 pF 0.09 0.09 0.09 mat.:
(optional) 1 to 3 1 to 2 2 to 3 4 to 6 7P A119 AC
3 7 2 Toko
T4 FM discrimi- 100 pF 0.09 mat.:
nator 1 to 3 1 to 3 7P A119 AC
10 Toko
L1 FM RF 0.62
air coil
4 mm diam. 3.75
L2 FM OSC 0.62
air coil
4 mm diam. 3.75
L4 FM antenna 0.62
air coil
4 mm diam. 4.75

L3 AM bar antenna L: 630 H total turns : 96 tap: 19


BPF1 (optional) PFWE8 (88 to 108 MHz) Soshin Electric Co.
CF1 SFU-455B Murata
BFCFL-455 Toko
CF2 SFE10.7MA5 Murata
CFSK 107M1 Toko
CF3 (optional) CDA10.7MC1 Murata
C1 Variable capacitor HD22124 AM/FM Toko

4 mm 3 mm 80 mm
3 4

2 18 mm

4 6

C1 Pin 10 Pin 8
Coil, bottom view Air coil AM bar antenna 13931

Figure 20.

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Package Information

Package SDIP28
Dimensions in mm 27.5 10.26
27.1 10.06

4.8
4.2

0.9 8.7
8.5
3.3 0.35
0.25
0.53 12.2
0.43 11.0
23.114 1.778

technical drawings
according to DIN
specifications
1 13044

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their use within the next ten years. Various national and international initiatives are pressing for an earlier ban on these
substances.

Atmel Germany GmbH has been able to use its policy of continuous improvements to eliminate the use of ODSs listed
in the following documents.

1. Annex A, B and list of transitional substances of the Montreal Protocol and the London Amendments respectively

2. Class I and II ozone depleting substances in the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 by the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) in the USA

3. Council Decision 88/540/EEC and 91/690/EEC Annex A, B and C (transitional substances) respectively.

Atmel Germany GmbH can certify that our semiconductors are not manufactured with ozone depleting substances
and do not contain such substances.

We reserve the right to make changes to improve technical design and may do so without further notice.
Parameters can vary in different applications. All operating parameters must be validated for each customer
application by the customer. Should the buyer use Atmel Wireless & Microcontrollers products for any unintended
or unauthorized application, the buyer shall indemnify Atmel Wireless & Microcontrollers against all claims,
costs, damages, and expenses, arising out of, directly or indirectly, any claim of personal damage, injury or death
associated with such unintended or unauthorized use.

Data sheets can also be retrieved from the Internet: http://www.atmel–wm.com

Atmel Germany GmbH, P.O.B. 3535, D-74025 Heilbronn, Germany


Telephone: 49 (0)7131 67 2594, Fax number: 49 (0)7131 67 2423

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