Mi-Wave’s 990 Series Balanced Phase Detectors feature a pair of Schottky diodes that mix or beat two input signals at the same frequency to produce a DC output voltage proportional to the phase difference of the input signals. Matching the two Schottky diodes ensures low DC offset results as well as good port-to-port isolation.
The 990 Series Phase Detectors can be used in applications such as phased-lock loops, phase-encoded systems and phase bridges.
Mi-Wave 991 Series Quadrature phase detector is available in specific band
• High Sensitivity
• Good RF Isolation
• High-reliability Beam-lead Diodes or MMIC’s
• Phased-lock loops
• Phase-encoded systems
• Phase bridges
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Balanced Phase Detectors
A phase detector is a frequency mixer, analog multiplier or logic circuit that generates a voltage signal which represents the difference in phase between two signal inputs. It is an essential element of the phase-locked loop (PLL).
Detecting phase difference is very important in many applications, such as motor control, radar and telecommunication systems, servo mechanisms, and more.