Custom MMIC Introduces New 6-14GHz Mixer
Offers high isolation, low conversion loss for radios, test equipment and military use
Custom MMIC, a developer of monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has announced a packaged 6 to 14GHz double-balanced mixer, to its standard product library.
The CMD177C3 has a low conversion loss of 6.5dB, high LO to RF isolation of 45dBc, and a high input IP3 of +18dBm across the 6 to 14GHz bandwidth. The minimum LO drive requirement is +9dBm, with saturation reached at levels above +13dBm.
Housed in a leadless, 3mm ceramic surface mount package, the CMD177C3 can be used in both up- and down-converting systems.
Additionally, a pair of CMD177C3 components can be configured as an image reject mixer or single sideband modulator with external hybrids and power splitters. The wide IF bandwidth of DC to 5GHz allows for the support of numerous frequency conversion plans.
Applications for this new mixer include point-to-point and point-to-multi-point radios, test equipment and sensors, and military end-use.
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