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Analog Devices' HMC557A double-balanced mixer devices provides excellent LO to RF and LO to IF isolation due to optimized balun structures.
Hittite Microwave Products/Analog Devices' HMC1118 is a general-purpose, broadband, nonreflective SPDT switch in a LFCSP surface-mount package.
The Analog Devices HMC753LP4E is a GaAs MMIC low-noise wideband amplifier housed in a leadless 4x4 mm plastic surface mount package.
The HMC311 devices from Analog Devices are GaAs, InGaP, HBT gain block, MMIC, SMT, direct current to 6 GHz.
The HMC218BMS8GE from Analog Devices is an ultra-miniature double-balanced mixer in an 8 lead plastic surface mount packages (MSOP).
The Analog Devices HMC554 is a passive double balanced mixer that can be used as an upconverter or downconverter between 11 and 20 GHz.
Hittite Microwave Products/Analog Devices’ HMC1049 is a GaAs MMIC pHEMT low-noise amplifier that delivers 16 dB of small signal gain and output IP3 of 27 dBm.
Analog Devices, a world-class supplier of complete MMIC based solutions for communication and military markets, has developed the HMC832LP6GE.
The Hittite HMC1081 is a double balanced mixer. It can be used as an upconverter or a downconverter, with DC to 26 GHz at the IF port and 50 to 75 GHz at the RF port.
Ready to meet the demanding requirements of our global customer base, Hittite Microwave Products features a broad range of SPDT MMIC RF Switches.
Ideal for test and measurement equipment or for wideband commercial, scientific and military transmitter, and receiver systems
Offer excellent phase noise with divided output frequencies, immunity to shock and vibration and integrated output buffer amplifiers
The PLLVCOs help designers minimize blocker effects, improve receiver sensitivity, and increase transmitter spectral purity.
Both the HMC983LP5E and the HMC984LP4E are housed in plastic, leadless, surface-mount packages and provide excellent temperature stability
Cellular Transceivers can be used in a wide range of cellular equipment applications.
Automatic gain controllers are composed of two identical voltage variable attenuators in combination with an InGaP HBT gain block MMIC amplifier.
HMC960LP4E and HMC900LP5E offer high linearity, very-low noise, excellent quadrature balance, high precision, and superior RF isolation between channels.
Supports applications where upconverter modulation format and/or output frequency must be dynamically changed based on local operating conditions.
PLLs include a 24- or 48-bit Delta-Sigma modulator which allows the devices to achieve unparalleled fractional frequency resolution of up to 180 nHz
Monolithic class-A amplifier biasing and monitoring solutions ideal for power management and control many applications.