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.

These Ka band I/Q mixers are ideal for Radar Receiver applications and Single-Sideband Mixers. The LO port is spilt by a 90-degree hybrid to the two mixers. The LO input is buffered so that only 0 dBm of LO power is required for the mixer to operate. These mixers may also be ordered without the integrated LO amplifier.

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.
The HHM series broadband harmonic mixers cover full waveguide bands from 18 – 110 GHz. They utilize a low loss finline structure mated to a GaAs Schottky beam lead diode for minimum conversion loss and maximum bandwidth

The HA7063A is a heterodyne downconversion system that is designed to seamlessly integrate with Holzworth's real time phase noise analysis products as an ANSI z540 calibrated frequency extension.

Wideband Mixers from Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc.
This externally biased balance mixer operates in the V Band and is ideal for applications involving radar systems, test instrumentation, and communication systems.
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