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Wideband Analog Mixer, Diff. Amplifier for Hi-Freq: ML12002CP

Wideband Analog Mixer, Diff. Amplifier for Hi-Freq: ML12002CP

The ML12002 is a double balanced analog mixer, including an input amplifier feeding the mixer carrier port and a temperature compensated bias regulator. The input circuits for both the amplifier and mixer are differential amplifier circuits. The on-chip regulator provides all of the required biasing.
High Linearity Differential IF Mixers

High Linearity Differential IF Mixers

The RFMX0015 and RFMX1015 high linearity differential IF mixers operate in the standard cellular bands between 600 to 1050 MHz and 1500 to 2200 MHz respectively and support both high and low-side LO injection for IF frequencies up to 300MHz. In addition, the mixers feature an IF bias pin that enables users to reduce the DC current to save power when peak linearity performance is not required.
Millimeter Wave General Purpose Harmonic Mixer: MHP Series

Millimeter Wave General Purpose Harmonic Mixer: MHP Series

Millitech’s Millimeter Wave General Purpose Harmonic Mixer is ideal for applications involving signal processing, phase-lock loops, EW/ELINT, and spectrum analyzers/frequency counters. They’re low cost, and feature full waveguide bandwidth, high sensitivity, and low conversion loss.

Millimeter Wave Subharmonic Mixers: MSH Series

Millimeter Wave Subharmonic Mixers: MSH Series

The MSH Series of millimeter wave subharmonic mixers are ideal for heterodyne radiometer applications, instrumentation, automated test equipment, and for frequency extension to 193 GHz.

700 - 1000 MHz High Gain and Linearity Single Mixer

700 - 1000 MHz High Gain and Linearity Single Mixer

The SKY73032 is a fully integrated single mixer that includes Local Oscillator (LO) drivers, an LO switch, high linearity mixers, and large dynamic range Intermediate Frequency (IF) amplifiers.
High Linearity/IP3 Mixer For Intermodulation Distortion Suppression: T3

High Linearity/IP3 Mixer For Intermodulation Distortion Suppression: T3

The T3 (Two-Tone-Terminator) High Linearity/IP3 Mixer was developed by Marki Microwave to address intermodulation distortion suppression in modern military and commercial RF/Microwave systems. It features low conversion loss (<7 dB), unparalleled IMD suppression, a high 1dB compression point, and more. It’s based on the most sophisticated mixer circuit technology commercially available today.
Balanced Mixers

Balanced Mixers

The HBM series broadband balanced mixers cover the waveguide bands from 18–110 GHz. They utilize a low loss structure mated to a matched pair of GaAs Schottky beam lead diodes for minimum conversion loss and maximum bandwidth. Superior LO noise suppression and LO-RF isolation values are inherent design features
SKY73033: 1700 To 2200 MHz High Gain And Linearity Single Downconversion Mixer

SKY73033: 1700 To 2200 MHz High Gain And Linearity Single Downconversion Mixer

The SKY73033 is a fully integrated single mixer that includes Local Oscillator (LO) drivers, an LO switch, high linearity mixers, and large dynamic range Intermediate Frequency (IF) amplifiers. Low loss RF baluns have also been included to reduce design complications and lower system cost. The SKY73033 features an input IP3 of 25.0 dBm and a Noise Figure (NF) of 9.5 dB, making the device an ideal solution for high dynamic range systems such as 2G/3G base station receivers. The LO switch provides more than 40 dB of isolation between LO inputs and supports the switching time required for GSM/EDGE base stations. The SKY73033 is manufactured using a robust silicon BiCMOS process and has been designed for optimum long-term reliability. The SKY73033 single downconversion mixer is provided in a compact, 20-pin 5 x 5 mm Multi-Chip Module (MCM).
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