E-Band Integrated Mixer/LO Multiplier Modules; Series HBM12-X4 & HBM12-X6


HXI has combined it’s high performance WR-12 Balanced Mixer (HBM12) with it’s HAFME X4 multipliers and X6 multipliers to provide more compact up and
downconverter assemblies for the 71-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz communications bands and the 76-81 GHz automotive radar band.

These integrated modules exhibit the same low conversion loss as the standalone HBM12 mixers and incorporate the same multiplier circuits as our standalone active frequency multipliers. The result is the same great performance, smaller size and a lower price than buying two separate components.

Series HBM12-X4 & HBM12-X6 Datasheet

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57 to 66 GHz Power Amplifier; HHPAV-548


The HHPAV-548 Power Amplifier covers the frequency range from 57 to 66 GHz. MMIC
technology is employed for high reliability and repeatability. The amplifier package provides WR-15 waveguide interfaces in an in-line configuration using the standard UG-385/U flange. The amplifier can be used in transmitters for communication and radar systems and also for amplification in test equipment. The power amplifier contains a voltage regulator and bias sequencing circuitry allowing the use of a single bias to power the amplifier.

HHPAV-548 Datasheet

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High Power Coaxial Switch, 26 to 40 GHz SPDT

The HSWM22801-309 SPDT Broadband Switch covers a wide range of applications in the
26 to 40 GHz band. The switch uses a low loss microstrip structure and a GaAs MMIC
which also offers high RF power handling. Superior performance in a compact size is
featured in this design. Applications include transmit/receive switching, receiver protection, integrated subsystems and general RF switching.

HSWM22801-309 Datasheet

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Low Noise Amplifiers, Series HLNA

HLNA Low Noise Amplifiers

HXI’s HLNA Series of Low Noise Amplifiers covers the frequency ranges from 20 to 100+ GHz. A wide variety of gain and bandwidth combinations are available to provide the designer with a solution for most applications. Custom designs are available and in many cases NRE is not required. MMIC technology is employed for high reliability and repeatability.

Low Noise Amplifier Datasheet, Series HLNA

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