The CMD226C3 is a broadband MMIC GaAs x2 passive frequency multiplier in a ceramic, QFN-style package. When driven by a +15 dBm signal, the multiplier provides 10.5 dB conversion loss at an output frequency of 18 GHz. The Fo and 3Fo isolations are 44 dBc and 46 dBc respectively. The CMD226C3 is a 50 ohm matched design eliminating the need for RF port matching.
Released – for new design
|Part Description||Passive Freq. Doubler|
|Input Freq. (GHz)||7 - 11|
|Output Freq. (GHz)||14 - 22|
|Input Power (dBm)||15|
|Output Power (dBm)||5|
|Fo Isolation (dB)||44|
|3 Fo Isolation (dB)||46|
|Package||3x3 mm QFN|
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