The MBH100 is a W-Band monolithic HEMT schottkydiode, singly balanced mixer designed for use in commercial digital radios and wireless LANs. The design requires no external bias and can be used as an upconverter and as a downconverter
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 HMC774ALC3B is a general-purpose, double balanced mixer in a leadless, RoHS compliant, surface-mount package that can be used as an upconverter or downconverter between 7 GHz and 34 GHz. This mixer requires no external components or matching circuitry. The HMC774ALC3B provides excellent LO to RF and LO to IF isolation due to optimized balun structures.

This direct IQ demodulator down-converts RF signals to analog In-phase and Quadrature IF or IQ baseband components. It’s ideal for RF instrumentation, wireless communications, broadcast monitoring, spectral analysis, and software-defined radio applications.

Wideband Mixers from Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc.
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.

These GaAs MMIC I/Q Mixers are ideal for applications involving point-to-point radio, point-to-multi-point radio, sensors, military radar, satellite communications, EW, and ELINT. Two different models are available in this series with frequency range coverage of 24-28 GHz, and 8-12 GHz.

Millimeter Wave Balanced Mixers by Millitech are ideal for applications in test equipment, radars and radiometry, electronic warfare/ELINT, and communications.