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MHz Marketing, Inc.
(SATCOM and Components)
Southern NJ (08000-08799); Eastern PA (15500-15599, 15800-15899, 16600-19699)

11285 Dovedale Court Suite A Marriottsville, MD 21104
Phone: 1-866-649-6584
Fax: 1-410-489-9117

Mr. Scott Masterman, President
Phone: 410-221-3114
Email: scott@mhzmarketing.com

Ms. Nancy Nathanson, Office Manager
Phone: 410-221-3120
Email: nancyn@mhzmarketing.com

Mr. Jason Sullivan
Phone: 410-221-3119
Email: jasons@mhzmarketing.com

Adam Priest
Phone: 410-221-3139
Email: adamp@mhzmarketing.com

Mr. Rick Sapp
Phone: 410-221-3113
Email: rick@mhzmarketing.com

Mr. John Stilling
Phone: 410-221-3105
Email: johns@mhzmarketing.com

Mr. Jon P. Lehr
Phone: 717-200-4527
Email: jonl@mhzmarketing.com

Mr. John Humiston
Phone: 267-691-3260
Email: johnh@mhzmidlantic.com

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435 Moreland Road
Hauppauge, NY 11788

PHONE: 631-231-1700
FAX: 631-231-1711

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Triple Balanced Mixers

Triple Balanced MixersTriple-Balanced Mixers are especially valuable for translating large bandwidth segments from one frequency range to another with low intermodulation distortion. The high IF-to-LO and IF-to-RF isolation of this class of mixers makes the conversion loss flatness much less dependent on IF frequency mismatches that almost always exist at the RF and LO ports.

Recently Narda-MITEQ perfected a triple-balanced 4 to 40 GHz RF/LO mixer with a 0.5 to 20 GHz IF (Model TB0440LW1). Many customers are using this mixer with several fixed LO's to downconvert the 26 to 40 GHz portion of the millimeter band into existing receivers in the 0.5 to 18 GHz range. This mixer is also useful for upconverting the 0.5 to 18 GHz band into a fixed Ku-band second converter, thus eliminating the image response without tunable preselectors.

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The Triple-Balanced Mixer employs two diode quads (eight junctions in total) fed by two power splitters at the RF and LO microwave baluns. The architecture allows both quads to be coupled together with mutual LO-to-RF isolation. The most significant advantage of this circuit is that the output IF signal is available at two separate balanced and isolated terminals with large bandwidth (typical 0.5 to 10 GHz). The IF signal and return path are isolated from both the RF and LO ports, thus allowing for overlapping frequencies at all three ports. A slight disadvantage of this circuit is that it will not yield a DC IF.

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Passive Triple Balanced Mixers
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Narda-MITEQ can also offer customized solutions that meet your specific requirements

Please contact Component Sales with any special requirements you may have:Tel: 631-231-1700Fax: 631-231-1711

Narda-MITEQ Phase Shifters are backed by Narda-MITEQ's 3-Year Warranty and most are available as RoHS Compliant components.
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