The Model SFS-18340315-KFSFSF-N1-M from SAGE Millimeter is a broadband subharmonically pumped mixer operating in the 18 to 40 GHz frequency range for use in radar systems, communication systems, and test equipment. Utilizing a high performance GaAs MMIC with superior RF performance, this mixer provides a conversion loss of 15 dB.

This externally biased balance mixer operates in the V Band and is ideal for applications involving radar systems, test instrumentation, and communication systems.

MMH-35120H is a GaAs MMIC balanced harmonic mixer that features excellent conversion loss, superior isolations, and spurious performance across an incredibly broad bandwidth utilizing the 3rd harmonic of the LO.

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

The MM2-0530H is a passive MMIC triple balanced mixer. It features a broadband IF port that spans from 2 to 20 GHz, and has excellent spurious suppression. 

The MMIQ-40100L is a low LO drive, passive GaAs MMIC IQ mixer. This is an ultra-broadband mixer spanning 40 to 100 GHz on the RF and LO ports with an IF from DC to 20 GHz.

Millitech’s line of millimeter wave biasable balanced mixers are ideal for applications involving receiver subsystems, test equipment, broadband downconverters, and EW/ELINT. Two different series of mixers are available. The MXB biasable mixers are not recommended for new designs. See the MB1 series datasheet below for an updated line of millimeter wave biasable mixers.