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Radar Systems RF Frequency Converters

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14-20 GHz (Ku, K Band) Passive Frequency Doubler -- CMD256
from Qorvo

Qorvo's CMD256 die is a broadband MMIC GaAs x2 passive frequency multiplier. When driven by a +15 dBm signal, the multiplier provides 15 dB conversion loss at an output frequency of 34 GHz. The Fo isolation is 38 dBc. The CMD256 is a 50 ohm matched design eliminating the need for RF port matching. [See More]

  • Applications: Military / Defense; Radar Systems; Salellite Communications
  • Input Frequency: 14000 to 20000
  • Form Factor: IC Chip
  • Output Frequency: 28000 to 40000
Up Converters
from MACOM

MACOM's upconverters are widely used in point-to-point radio, broadband communications, and RADAR applications. Operating between the 17 - 40 GHz frequency range, our upconverters feature an integrated image reject (balanced) mixer, LO buffer, and RF buffer. Some products also include LO... [See More]

  • Applications: Mobile / Wireless Systems; Radar Systems; RF Microwave
  • Form Factor: IC Chip
  • Converter Type: Upconverter
  • Input Frequency: 17680 to 45000