More about Frequency Doublers
Frequency Doublers are devices that double the frequency of the input signal. They are non-liner circuits that distort the input signal to generate harmonics of the signal. A band pass filter is then used to select the frequency which is two times that of the input signal.
Input Frequency (MHz): This is the input frequency that is to be doubled.
Out Power (dBm): This is the power of the signal whose frequency is double of the input signal.
Conversion Loss (dB): This is the total loss in the signal amplitude of the output signal with double the frequency.
If you are looking for devices that have a different multiplying factor such as 3x, 4x. 6x etc. Look at the Frequency Multiplier category.