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Communication Systems & Equipment -> RF & Microwave Communication Systems & Equipment -> RF& Microwave Mixers


RF& Microwave Mixers




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Fundamental Mixer offers low conversion loss.

Fundamental Mixer offers low conversion loss.

Custom MMIC    Westford, MA 01886
Apr 26, 2013 Suitable for up- and down-converting applications from 11–21 GHz, Model CMD178C3 has typical conversion lossof 6 dB, with very low LO leakage to both RF and IF ports of -25 and -30 dBm, respectively. Double balanced unit can operate with LO drive level as low as +9 dBm and has wide RF bandwidth from DC to 6 GHz. Housed in 3 x 3 mm SMT package, RoHS-compliant device can be configured as image reject mixer or single sideband modulator with external hybrids and power splitters.

Ceramic Hermetic Microwave Mixers exceed multiple requirements.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Feb 13, 2012 SMT mixer models MAC-24+, MAC-24LH+, MAC-24MH+, MAC-60+, and MAC-60MH+, supplied in cases that meet/exceed aerospace and military ground requirements for hermetic, thermal shock, vibration, and acceleration, deliver broadband performance suitable for instrumentation. While MAC-24xx models cover frequencies from 300 MHz to 2.4 GHz with LO power levels from +7 to +13 dBm, MAC-60xx models are designed for 1.6-6 GHz signals.

Dual Broadband RF Mixer draws 300 mW/channel.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
Jun 10, 2011 To address high-density footprints of multimode 4G RRH (Remote Radio Head) MIMO receivers, LTC5569 offers 26.8 dBm IIP3 and operating frequency range of 300 MHz to 4 GHz. IC comes in 4 x 4 mm QFN package and can be configured to operate on any cellular band from 700 MHz to 2.7 GHz. It also features conversion gain of 2 dB and noise figure of 11.7 dB as well as inputs that can withstand strong in-band blocking interference signals without significantly degrading noise figure.

RF Mixers support wideband operation.

Analog Devices, Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062-9106
May 12, 2011 Combining wideband LO amplifier, programmable RF balun, high-linearity mixer core, programmable IF filter, and IF amplifier, single-channel Model ADL5811 and dual-channel Model ADL5812 enable multiband, single-board receiver designs. Passive mixers extend across 700-2,800 MHz frequency range while delivering IP3 of 24 dBm, 11 dB SSB noise figure, and 7 dB of power conversion gain. Devices are suited for wideband wireless infrastructure applications and software-defined radio applications.

Surface Mount Frequency Mixer operates from 1-6,000 MHz.

Surface Mount Frequency Mixer operates from 1-6,000 MHz.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Jan 11, 2011 Featuring low-profile package, Model SYM-63LH+ provides IF response from DC-1,000 MHz and is useful in wideband system applications such as IED. Double balanced mixer utilizes core and wire transformers and diode quad in ring configuration. Transformers are designed to provide ultra wide bandwidth using simulation software together with proprietary transformer technology.

High-Performance RF Passive Mixers suit wireless application.

Analog Devices, Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062-9106
May 14, 2010 With operating frequency in range of 2,300-2,900 MHz, single-channel ADL5353 and dual-channel ADL5354 integrated passive mixers suit wireless applications, such as cellular base station receivers, transmit observation receivers and radio link downconverters. They can be integrated with RF balun, local oscillator (LO) switch for dual LO frequency applications, LO driver and integrated IF amplifier. Models can be operated on 3.3 V supply voltage for power saving applications.

SiGe Passive Mixer suits LTE, WiMAX, WCS, and MMDS base stations.

SiGe Passive Mixer suits LTE, WiMAX, WCS, and MMDS base stations.

Maxim Integrated Products    Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Nov 30, 2009 Suited for applications where common PC-board layout is used for both wireless-infrastructure frequency bands, MAX2042 offers 50-500 MHz IF frequency range with 1,800-3,000 MHz low-side LO injection range. When configured as downconverter, IC provides 36 dBm of IIP3, 23.4 dBm of IP1dB, 7.2 dB of conversion loss, and 7.3 dB noise figure. As upconverter, MAX2042 delivers 32.4 dBm of IIP3, 67 dBc of LO 2IF suppression, and conversion loss of 6.8 dB. Mixer operates from -40 to +85C.

RF Mixers and Modulators enable high-density radio cards.

RF Mixers and Modulators enable high-density radio cards.

Analog Devices, Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062-9106
Oct 14, 2009 Designed for LTE and 4G cellular base stations, ADRF660x Mixers and ADRF670x Modulators each combine multiple discrete functional blocks into single device. ADRF670x models integrate analog I/Q modulator with input bandwidth of 500 MHz, RF output switch, and PLL with VCO in one RFIC, while ADRF660x models integrate high-linearity active RF mixer, RF input balun for single-ended 50 W input, and PLL synthesizer with integrated VCO. All share common SPI control interface.

Active Upconverting Mixer offers 1.5-3.8 GHz dynamic range.

Active Upconverting Mixer offers 1.5-3.8 GHz dynamic range.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
Feb 12, 2008 Model LT5579 has frequency range covering .9 GHz cellular bands as well as 2.6 and 3.5 GHz WiMAX frequency bands. At 2.14 GHz, it offers 27.3 dBm output IP3 linearity and 9.9 dB noise figure. It can be driven with signal levels at as much as -5 dBm without elevating its output noise floor above -158 dBm/Hz. Suited for wireless transmitters in basestations, double-balanced mixer operates from 3.3 V supply and features quiescent supply current of 226 mA.

RF Mixer optimizes 3G and WiMAX basestation performance.

RF Mixer optimizes 3G and WiMAX basestation performance.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
Feb 07, 2007 Consuming 270 mW from 3.3 V supply, downconverting Model LT5557 incorporates double-balanced active mixer core technology with on-chip LO buffer. It elevates receiver dynamic range performance while extending bandwidth capability to cover 3G and WiMAX basestation frequencies to 3.8 GHz. Housed in 16-lead, 4 x 4 mm QFN surface mount package, device offers 24.7 dBm IIP3, noise figure of 11.7 dB, and 2.9 dB of gain at 1.95 GHz. Typical LO-to-RF is better than 42 dBc at 1.95 GHz.

RF Mixer features operating frequency range to 3.7 GHz.

RF Mixer features operating frequency range to 3.7 GHz.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
May 06, 2005 Model LT5527 high linearity, active downconverting RF mixer simplifies design of 3G cellular basestations. At 1.9 GHz, unit offers IIP3 linearity of 23.5 dBm, conversion gain of 2.3 dB, and noise figure of 12.5 dB. Local oscillator and RF inputs operate single-ended and have built-in 50 ohm impedance, requiring few external matching components. Low-noise LO buffer allows operation at -3 dBm LO drive level, reducing need for external filtering.

RF Active Mixers feature operating current of 28 mA.

RF Active Mixers feature operating current of 28 mA.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
Feb 01, 2005 With IIP3 (Input Third-Order Intercept) of 16.5 dBm @ 900 MHz and noise figure of 11 dB, LT5526 is suited for use as downconverting or upconverting mixer and operates over bandwidth from 100 kHz to 2 GHz. Model LT5525 features on-chip RF input transformer and offers internal 50 ohm impedance matching at RF and LO (Local Oscillator) inputs, which can be driven single-ended. It features IIP3 of 21 dBm @ 900 MHz and operates over bandwidth from 0.8-2.5 GHz.

Upconverting Mixers integrate RF transformer.

Upconverting Mixers integrate RF transformer.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
Apr 14, 2004 Model LT5519 operates over 0.7-1.4 GHz range, while Model LT5520 covers 1.3-2.3 GHz frequency bands without external matching components. On-chip RF transformer enables single-ended output operation for both units. RF port is internally 50 Ohm-matched over full operating frequency range. Built-in LO amplifiers eliminate need for external LO buffers. Operating from 5 V supply, mixers typically draw 60 mA. They come in 4 x 4 mm, 16-lead plastic QFN surface-mount package.

Active Mixer suits wireless and cable applications.

Active Mixer suits wireless and cable applications.

Linear Technology Corp.    Milpitas, CA 95035
Nov 10, 2003 LT5522 active downconverting mixer has RF input with on-chip transformer that is 50 ohm matched over wide frequency range. RF input and Local Oscillator (LO) ports can be driven differentially or single-ended with minimum external impedance matching components. Mixer provides third-order intercept performance of 25 dBm @ 900 MHz and 21.5 dBm @ 1.9 GHz; draws 56 mA supply current at 5 V; and comes in 16-lead, 4 mm QFN package. It operates with RF input from 600 MHz to 2.7 GHz.




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