RFMW’s X/Ku-band Image Reject Mixer with High Isolation

Peregrine UltraCMOS Image Reject Mixer for 10-19GHz high performance requirements. PE41901 RFMW, Ltd. announces design and sales support for Peregrine Semiconductor’s PE41901 mixer. The PE41901 is a MMIC, image reject mixer solution based on Peregrine’s UltraCMOS technology. Incorporating two mixers, an LO path 90 degree coupler and RF port baluns, the PE41901 offers up to 38dB LO-RF isolation for reduced filtering requirements. Ideal for RF applications in the 10 to 19GHz frequency range, a high image reject value of 25dB serves high performance Point-to-Point radio, VSAT and Test &Measurement designs. A wide LO input level is rated from 10 to 20dBm. In addition to the high reliability inherent in UltraCMOS, this MMIC is rated at a maximum operating temperature of +105 degrees C, much higher than typical GaAs devices. Peregrine offers this mixer in a 4x4mm QFN package.

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John Hamilton has over 40 years of experience in RF and Microwave technology, applications, technical support and marketing. He is the Vice President of Marketing at RFMW, holds multiple degrees and has a background in Test & Measurement.

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