5 GHz to 12 GHz
GaAs, MMIC, Fundamental Mixer
Low conversion loss: 9 dB
No dc bias and no external matching required
Ideal for upconversion and downconversion
Wideband IF range: DC to 4 GHz
Ultrasmall package: 8-Lead MINI_SO_EP
Very small aperture terminals (VSAT) and mobile satellite
Microwave and military radio
Wireless backhaul equipment
Automotive, dedicated short range communications (DSRC)
and intelligent vehicle highway systems (IVHS)
Military radar, electronic warfare (EW), and electronic
counter measure (ECM) subsystems
The HMC220B is an ultraminiature, double-balanced mixer in
an 8-lead mini small outline package with exposed pad
(MINI_SO_EP). This fundamental, monolithic microwave
integrated circuit (MMIC) mixer is constructed of gallium
arsenide (GaAs) Schottky diodes and planar transformer baluns
on the chip.
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
NIC = NOT INTERNALLY CONNECTED
The device can be used as an upconverter, downconverter,
biphase demodulator, or phase comparator from 5 GHz to
12 GHz. The HMC220B provides excellent local oscillator (LO)
to radio frequency (RF) and LO to intermediate frequency (IF)
isolation due to optimized balun structures and operates as low as
7 dBm. The RoHS compliant HMC220B eliminates the need for
wire bonding and is compatible with high volume surface-
mount manufacturing techniques.
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