26.5 GHz to 40 GHz, Harmonic Mixer w/Diplexer

922A-387, LO Frequency option 1 4 GHz 20 GHz, IF Frequency Option 1 DC 3 GHz


Mi-Wave’s 922 Series A-Band Harmonic Mixers include optional LO-IF frequency diplexer and are used to downconvert millimeter wave signals using a Schottky barrier mixer diode. Measurements can be made by mixing the harmonic of the LO with the desired RF signal and observing the resulting IF.


• Includes Optional LO-IF frequency diplexer

• Full Waveguide Band Coverage

• Extends the Useful Frequency Range of Spectrum Analyzer

• Broadband


• 5G & 6G

• Test & Measurement

• Mobile & Satellite Communications

• Radar Systems

• Weather & Earth Observation

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* Actual data may vary unit to unit, slightly.
*All testing was performed under +25 °C case temperature.
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Harmonic Mixers with Diplexer

Diplexer mixer port and mixer should be connected using the sma male to male adapter supplied or a short cable that is low in loss up to 12 GHz. Conversion loss will vary depending upon LO frequency and LO power level.

The harmonic mixer and subharmonic mixer are a type of frequency mixer, which is a circuit that changes one signal frequency to another. The ordinary mixer has two input signals and one output signal. If the two input signals are sinewaves at frequencies f1 and f2, then the output signal consists of frequency components at the sum f1+f2 and difference f1f2 frequencies. In contrast, the harmonic and subharmonic mixers form sum and difference frequencies at a harmonic multiple of one of the inputs. The output signal then contains frequencies such as f1+kf2 and f1kf2 where k is an integer.

Note: Our website contains just a few of the various types of mixers we create. Please contact us for more information.