Sub-Harmonic Mixers

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Description: 20 to 32 GHz (K and Ka-band) GaAs Sub-Harmonic Mixer
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
20 to 32 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 6 GHz
LO Frequency:
10 to 16 GHz
Conversion Loss:
9 to 14 dB
P1dB:
2 to 4 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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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: 20 to 32 GHz (K and Ka-band) GaAs Sub-Harmonic Mixer
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
20 to 32 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 7 GHz
LO Frequency:
10 to 16 GHz
Conversion Loss:
9.5 to 13 dB
P1dB:
3 to 5 dBm
Package Type:
Die
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Description: 18-45GHz GaAs MMIC Sub-Harmonic Mixer in SMT Package
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
18000 to 40000 MHz
IF Frequency:
0 to 3500 MHz
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: GaAs MMIC Sub-Harmonic Mixer from 22.5 to 25 GHz
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
22.5 to 25 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 3.2 GHz
LO Frequency:
10.8 to 13.6 GHz
Conversion Loss:
15.5 dB
Package Type:
Die
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Description: 13 to 21 GHz (Ku and K-band) GaAs Sub-Harmonic Mixer
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
13 to 21 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 3 GHz
LO Frequency:
6.5 to 10.5 GHz
Conversion Loss:
8.5 to 12.5 dB
P1dB:
3 to 4 dBm
Package Type:
Die
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Description: 18 to 40 GHz GaAs MMIC Sub-Harmonic Mixer In SMT Package, Minor Image of AMMP-6545
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
18000 to 40000 MHz
IF Frequency:
0 to 3500 MHz
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: 10 to 15 dBm, Sub-Harmonic Mixer for Communication, Radar, Test instrumentations Applications
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
26.5 to 40 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 5 GHz
LO Frequency:
12.25 to 20 GHz
Conversion Loss:
13 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 14 to 32 GHz, Surface Mount Down-Conversion Mixer, Up-Conversion Mixer
Type:
Down-Conversion Mixer, Up-Conversion Mixer, Sub-Ha...
RF Frequency:
14 to 32 GHz
LO Frequency:
DC to 7 GHz
P1dB:
10 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: 140 to 160 GHz, Sub-Harmonic Mixer, Waveguide Mixer
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer, Waveguide Mixer
RF Frequency:
140 to 160 GHz
IF Frequency:
500 MHz to 10.0 GHz
LO Frequency:
75 GHz
Package Type:
Waveguide
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Description: 18 to 45 GHz Sub-Harmonic Mixer
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
18000 to 45000 MHz
IF Frequency:
0 to 3000 MHz
Package Type:
Die
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Description: 173 to 193 GHz, Sub-Harmonic Mixer, Waveguide Mixer
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer, Waveguide Mixer
RF Frequency:
173 to 193 GHz
IF Frequency:
500 MHz to 10.0 GHz
LO Frequency:
91.5 GHz
Package Type:
Waveguide
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Description: 10 to 15 dBm, Sub-Harmonic Mixer for Communication, Radar, Test instrumentations Applications
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
50 to 75 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 5 GHz
LO Frequency:
25 to 37.5 GHz
Conversion Loss:
15 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 10 to 15 dBm, Sub-Harmonic Mixer for Communication, Radar, Test instrumentations Applications
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer
RF Frequency:
60 to 90 GHz
IF Frequency:
DC to 5 GHz
LO Frequency:
30 to 45 GHz
Conversion Loss:
15 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 92 to 112 GHz, Sub-Harmonic Mixer, Waveguide Mixer
Type:
Sub-Harmonic Mixer, Waveguide Mixer
RF Frequency:
92 to 112 GHz
IF Frequency:
500 MHz to 10.0 GHz
LO Frequency:
51 GHz
Package Type:
Waveguide
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Sub-harmonic mixers Product Database

Sub-harmonic mixers are passive mixers with a subharmonically pumped local oscillator. These type of mixers achieve an ultra-high rejection between the LO port and the RF port thereby eliminating the requirement of an input isolator.

Sub-harmonic mixers are ideal for linear upconversion or modulation requirements, where the carrier rejection can be maintained at high levels. They even need the LO at half the normal frequency. They cause a reduction in conversion loss by suppressing fundamental mixing products and low noise figure. They are often used in direct signal, zero IF and communication systems in order to eliminate the undesirable effects of LO self-mixing.

everything RF has collected product information for Subharmonic mixers from the leading manufacturers, standardized their data and made it searchable and comparable across companies. Use the search tools to find Sub-harmonic mixer products based on your requirements. There are mixers listed here for communication, military, aerospace and other applications.

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