Doublers Attain Input Harmonic Rejection Of -20 dBc

Jan. 29, 2009
Diversified component and system supplier MITEQ recently unveiled two frequency doublers. Model SYS2X1428N01U produces a doubled output of +29 dBm from 27.5 to 28.5 GHz with typical input harmonic rejection of 20 dBc. This doubler requires an input level ...

Diversified component and system supplier MITEQ recently unveiled two frequency doublers. Model SYS2X1428N01U produces a doubled output of +29 dBm from 27.5 to 28.5 GHz with typical input harmonic rejection of 20 dBc. This doubler requires an input level of typically +10 dBm for input signals from 13.75 to 14.25 GHz, +15 VDC at 740 mA, and 15 VDC at 10 mA. In contrast, model MAX2M0714N01U produces +23 dBm from 13.5 to 14.5 GHz with typical input harmonic rejection of 20 dBc. This doubler requires typical input power of +10 dBm for signals from 6.75 to 7.25 GHz, +15 VDC at 350 mA, and 15 VDC at 10 mA. Both frequency doublers are supplied with type "K" female connectors.

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