Frequency Doublers

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Input Frequnecy:
500 to 3000 MHz
Output Power:
-13 dBm
Input Power:
3 to 8 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 5 to 15 GHz Double Balanced Frequency Doubler
Input Frequnecy:
5 t0 15 GHz
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Input Frequnecy:
0.05 to 150 MHz
Input Power:
0 to 13 dBm
Package Type:
Plug In
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Description: 8 to 12 GHz (Input), Active Frequency Doubler for LO chains in Point-to-Point Radios and Cellular Backhaul Applications
Input Frequnecy:
8 to12 GHz
Output Power:
17 dBm
Current:
130 mA
Input Power:
-5 to 5 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: Frequency Doubler with input Frequency from 4 to 8 GHz
Input Frequnecy:
4 to 8 GHz
Output Power:
3 dBm
Input Power:
15 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: Frequency Doubler & Quadrupler
Input Frequnecy:
50 to 1000 MHz
Input Power:
10 dBm
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Description: 8 dBm, 9.0 to 25 GHz Frequency Doubler
Input Frequnecy:
9.0 to 25 GHz
Output Power:
17 dBm (Typ)
Current:
525 mA
Input Power:
8 dBm
Voltage:
12 V
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 20-40 GHz Passive Frequency Doubler
Input Frequnecy:
20 to 40 GHz
Input Power:
15 dBm
Package Type:
Die
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Input Frequnecy:
3000 to 6000 MHz
Input Power:
10 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 9 to 13 GHz, Multi Octave Bandwidth Frequency Doubler
Input Frequnecy:
9 to 13 GHz
Input Power:
11 to 13 dBm
Package Type:
Connectorized
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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.

Key Specifications

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.

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