RF Mixers

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Description: Passive GaAs MMIC IQ Mixer from 18 to 65 GHz
Type:
I/Q Mixer
RF Frequency:
18 to 65 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 23 GHz
LO Frequency:
18 t 65 GHz
Conversion Loss:
9 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors, Die
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Description: Passive Mixer
RF Frequency:
4000 to 8000 MHz
IF Frequency:
100 to 200 MHz
LO Frequency:
4000 to 8000 MHz
Conversion Loss:
8.5 dB
P1dB:
1.5 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 5 GHz to 21 GHz RF Mixer with an Integrated Balun
Type:
Double Balanced Mixer
RF Frequency:
5 to 21.5 GHz
IF Frequency:
5 to 21.5 GHz
LO Frequency:
DC to 5 GHz
Conversion Loss:
6.9 to 11.7 dB
P1dB:
10 dBm (Input)
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: Low Power Active Mixer with 7 GHz Bandwidth
Type:
Active Mixer
RF Frequency:
DC to 7 GHz
IF Frequency:
LF to 9 GHz
LO Frequency:
LF to 9 GHz
P1dB:
5.5 to 7 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: Double Balanced Mixer Operating from 4.0 to 12.0 GHz
Type:
Double Balanced Mixer
RF Frequency:
8.9 to 9.4 GHz
IF Frequency:
870 MHz
LO Frequency:
9.77 to 10.27 GHz
Conversion Loss:
8.5 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 1.5 to 7 GHz Programmable Gain Downconverting Mixer
Type:
Down-Conversion Mixer
RF Frequency:
1.5 to 7 GHz
IF Frequency:
1 to 900 MHz
LO Frequency:
0.5 to 8 GHz
P1dB:
7.8 to 11.3 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: 6 to 10 GHz High IP3 I/Q Mixer
Type:
I/Q Mixer, Image Reject Mixer
RF Frequency:
6 to 10 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 3.5 GHz
LO Frequency:
6 to 10 GHz
Conversion Loss:
5.5 to 9 dB
P1dB:
15 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: 650-950 MHz Broadband, Application Configurable High Gain and Linearity Diversity Downconversion Mixer
Type:
Down-Conversion Mixer
RF Frequency:
650 to 950 MHz
IF Frequency:
100 to 400 MHz
LO Frequency:
800 to 1350 MHz
P1dB:
10 to 13.7 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: IQ Mixer Operating From 8.5 GHz to 13.5 GHz With an IF Range From DC to 2 GHz And LO Power of +19 dBm, Field Replaceable SM
Type:
Double Balanced Mixer, I/Q Mixer, Image Reject Mix...
IF Frequency:
DC to 2 GHz
LO Frequency:
8.5 to 13.5 GHz
Conversion Loss:
8 to 10 dB
P1dB:
17 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors, Drop In
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Description: SMA Double Balanced Mixer
Type:
Double Balanced Mixer
RF Frequency:
1 to 3500 MHz
IF Frequency:
10 to 500 MHz
Conversion Loss:
7 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 71 to 76 GHz and 81 to 86 GHz E-Band Mixer with Integrated LO
RF Frequency:
71 to 76 GHz, 81 to 86 GHz
IF Frequency:
2000 to 8000 MHz
LO Frequency:
39 GHz
Conversion Loss:
6 to 10 dB
P1dB:
-6 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 18 to 40 GHz RF Subharmonically Pumped Mixer
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
18 to 40 GHz
IF Frequency:
1 to 3 GHz
LO Frequency:
9 to 20 GHz
Conversion Loss:
15 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: Double-Balanced Microwave Mixer from 3 to 19 GHz
Type:
Double Balanced Mixer
RF Frequency:
3 to 19 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 4 GHz
LO Frequency:
3 to 19 GHz
P1dB:
4 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: 18 to 46 GHz Double-Balanced Mixer
Type:
Double Balanced Mixer
RF Frequency:
18 to 46 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 20 GHz
LO Frequency:
18 to 456 GHz
Conversion Loss:
6.5 to 7.5 dB
P1dB:
10 to 12 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: 50 to 75 GHz, Harmonic Mixer
Type:
Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
50 to 75 GHz
IF Frequency:
50 to 75 GHz
LO Frequency:
8000 - 12000 MHz
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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RF Mixer Basics & Selection

RF MixerA RF Mixer is a non linear component that is used to up-convert or down-convert the frequency of an input signal. RF Mixers mix the frequency of an input signal (RF) with that of a Local Oscillator (LO) to produce two new signals at the sum RF + LO and difference RF – LO of the original frequencies.

RF Mixers are primarily used in receivers to down-convert a high RF frequency to a lower frequency which is typically easier to process. For example a 2.4 GHz signal input to a receiver can be down-converted to 10 MHz to further process. Similarly it is used in transmitters when up-conversion to a particular higher frequency is required.

RF Mixer Selection

When selecting a RF Mixer it is important to know the parameters that you need to specify. Below are a list of the key parameters to look out for when selecting a RF Mixer:

Frequency: There are three frequencies that are of importance when selecting a mixer – RF Frequency – This is the high frequency which is usually received by the receiver or transmitted out from a transmitter. LO Frequency – This is the frequency of the local oscillator (LO), it is used to up-convert the Intermedia Frequency (IF + LO) or to down-convert the RF frequency (RF - LO). The Intermediate Frequency (IF) is the low frequency required for processing the signal in the receive chain.

Conversion Loss/Gain: This is the loss or gain in the amplitude of the signal after frequency conversion.

Isolation: This is an important parameter, RF/LO Isolation – is the measure of signal leakage from the local oscillator to the RF path and the LO/IF Isolation is the signal leakage from the LO to the IF path. The higher the isolation the better the mixer performance.

LO Drive Power: This is the signal power of the Local Oscillator. 

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