HMC189AMS8E - 

RF Passive Frequency Doubler IC, 2 GHz to 4 GHz Input, 13 dB Loss, MSOP-8

HMC189AMS8E - RF Passive Frequency Doubler IC, 2 GHz to 4 GHz Input, 13 dB Loss, MSOP-8

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The HMC189AMS8E is a miniature GaAs MMIC Passive Frequency Doubler for use with UNII and HiperLAN. The suppression of undesired fundamental and higher order harmonics is 33dB typical with respect to input signal levels. The doubler uses the same diode/balun technology used in Hittite MMIC mixers. The doubler is ideal for high volume applications where frequency doubling of a lower frequency is more economical than directly generating a higher frequency. The passive Schottky diode doubler technology contributes no measurable additive phase noise onto the multiplied signal.
  • 13dB Conversion loss
  • 33dB Fo, 3Fo, 4Fo Isolation
  • 10 to 15dBm Input drive level


RF Communications, Wireless, Test & Measurement, Communications & Networking

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