LT5560EDD#PBF - 

RF Active Mixer IC, 2.7 V to 5 V, 10 kHz to 4 GHz, DFN-8

LT5560EDD#PBF - RF Active Mixer IC, 2.7 V to 5 V, 10 kHz to 4 GHz, DFN-8

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The LT5560EDD#PBF is a low power, high performance broadband Active Mixer. This double-balanced mixer can be driven by a single-ended LO source and requires only -2dBm of LO power. The balanced design results in low LO leakage to the output, while the integrated input amplifier provides excellent LO to IN isolation. The signal ports can be impedance matched to a broad range of frequencies, which allows it to be used as an up- or down-conversion mixer in a wide variety of applications. This is characterized with a supply current of 10mA, the DC current is adjustable, which allows the performance to be optimized for each application with a single resistor.
  • 9.3dB Typical at 900MHz output Noise
  • 2.4dB Typical conversion gain
  • 4 to 13.4mA Adjustable supply current
  • Single-ended or differential LO
  • High port-to-port isolation
  • Enable control with low off-state leakage current


Portable Devices, RF Communications, Industrial


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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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