Millitech’s Millimeter Wave General Purpose Harmonic Mixer is ideal for applications involving signal processing, phase-lock loops, EW/ELINT, and spectrum analyzers/frequency counters. They’re low cost, and feature full waveguide bandwidth, high sensitivity, and low conversion loss.

The Model SFS-18340315-KFSFSF-N1-M from SAGE Millimeter is a broadband subharmonically pumped mixer operating in the 18 to 40 GHz frequency range for use in radar systems, communication systems, and test equipment. Utilizing a high performance GaAs MMIC with superior RF performance, this mixer provides a conversion loss of 15 dB.

The HBM series broadband balanced mixers cover the waveguide bands from 18–110 GHz. They utilize a low loss structure mated to a matched pair of GaAs Schottky beam lead diodes for minimum conversion loss and maximum bandwidth. Superior LO noise suppression and LO-RF isolation values are inherent design features

These GaAs MMIC I/Q Mixers are ideal for applications involving point-to-point radio, point-to-multi-point radio, sensors, military radar, satellite communications, EW, and ELINT. Two different models are available in this series with frequency range coverage of 24-28 GHz, and 8-12 GHz.

Wideband Mixers from Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc.
The T3 (Two-Tone-Terminator) High Linearity/IP3 Mixer was developed by Marki Microwave to address intermodulation distortion suppression in modern military and commercial RF/Microwave systems. It features low conversion loss (<7 dB), unparalleled IMD suppression, a high 1dB compression point, and more. It’s based on the most sophisticated mixer circuit technology commercially available today.
The ML12002 is a double balanced analog mixer, including an input amplifier feeding the mixer carrier port and a temperature compensated bias regulator. The input circuits for both the amplifier and mixer are differential amplifier circuits. The on-chip regulator provides all of the required biasing.

Millitech’s line of millimeter wave biasable balanced mixers are ideal for applications involving receiver subsystems, test equipment, broadband downconverters, and EW/ELINT. Two different series of mixers are available. The MXB biasable mixers are not recommended for new designs. See the MB1 series datasheet below for an updated line of millimeter wave biasable mixers.