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Amplifier/Doubler/Amplifier

The ADA-2052 can be used as a frequency extender to enhance the frequency range of a <26 GHz synthesizer up to 52 GHz. It consists of an input buffer amplifier, doubler, and output buffer amplifier to provide a +16 dBm output (suitable for driving most mixers) from a -6 to +2 dBm input. MARKI MICROWAVE […]

GaAs MMIC Triple Balanced Mixer

The MM2-0530HSM is a passive MMIC triple balanced mixer that features a broadband IF port that spans from 2 to 20 GHz, and has excellent spurious suppression. Typical input 1 dB compression is +15 dBm and high input IP3 is +21 dBm. The unit comes in a 4x4mm QFN package and is RoHS compliant. MARKI […]

GaAs MMIC Double Balanced Mixer

The MM1-0212HSM is a GaAs MMIC double balanced mixer that is optimized for low frequency applications. It is a low frequency S-band mixer that works well as both an up and down converter through X-band. This mixer offers low conversion loss and high LO to RF isolations at moderate LO powers. MARKI MICROWAVE (26)

Surface-Mount MMIC Equalizer Die

The popular MMIC equalizer die are now offered in surface-mount 3x3mm QFN packages. Optimized for excellent return loss over the entire band, the MEQ series equalizers provide consistent unit-to-unit performance in a small, low-cost form factor. The MEQX-7ASM family is available in four configurations and provides positive slope from DC to 7 GHz with DC […]

V-Band IQ Mixer

The MMIQ-4067LU module is a V-band mixer that spans 40 to 67 GHz with an IF bandwidth of DC to 20 GHz. Due to the excellent phase and amplitude balance of its on-chip LO quadrature hybrid, the unit provides an exceptional 33 dB of LO-RF isolation and 35 dB of image rejection.   MARKI MICROWAVE […]

Passive MMIC Bandpass Filter

The MFB-5350 is a passive MMIC bandpass filter. It is a low loss integrated filter that passes most V-band frequencies (40 to 67 GHz). Passive GaAs MMIC technology allows production of smaller filter constructions. Tight fabrication tolerances allow for less unit to unit variation than traditional filter technologies.   MARKI MICROWAVE (36)

GaAs MMIC Non-Linear Transmission Line

NLTL-6275 is a MMIC non-linear transmission line (NLTL) based comb generator. It offers excellent phase noise performance over a 3 to 15 GHz input frequency range with output tones beyond 85 GHz. The unit is fabricated with GaAs Schottky diode based varactors on a 2.28 x 3.13mm substrate. MARKI MICROWAVE (195)