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Down Converter by Analog Devices (28 more products)

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The HMC6789BLC5A from Analog Devices is a compact GaAs MMIC I/Q downconverter chip. It accepts an input RF frequency of 37 GHz to 44 GHz and downconverts it to an IF frequency of DC to 4 GHz. The downconverter provides a small signal conversion gain of 14 dB with 25 dBc of image rejection across the frequency band and has a noise figure of 3.5 dB. 
It utilizes a low noise amplifier to drive the I/Q mixer where the LO is driven by a x2 multiplier. IF1 and IF2 mixer inputs are provided and an external 90° hybrid is needed to select the required sideband. It is available in a 12-terminal, RoHS compliant, ceramic leadless chip carrier (LCC) package that measures 5 x 5 mm and is ideal for sensors, satellites communications, military radar, point-to-point and point-to-multi-point radios.

Product Specifications

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
    Analog Devices
  • Description
    37 to 44 GHz GaAs MMIC I/Q Downconverter
  • Application
    POint-to-Point Radio, Point-to-Multi-Point Radio
  • Application Industry
    Military, Electronic Warfare, SATCOM
  • Dimension
    5 mm x 5 mm
  • Package Type
    Surface Mount
  • Type
    I/Q Downconverter
  • Conversion Gain
    10 to 14 dB
  • IF Frequency
    DC to 4 GHz
  • IIP3
    -4 to -1 dBm
  • Image Rejection
    20 to 25 dBc
  • LO Frequency
    16.5 to 24 GHz
  • Noise Figure
    3.5 dB
  • P1dB
    1 dBm
  • RF Frequency
    37 to 44 GHz
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