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The MAX-M8Q-01A from u-blox is an automotive grade GNSS module with an extended operating temperature range from – 40°C to 105°C. The extended temperature range ensures reliable performance even in harsh environments, e.g. when mounted in the car-roof antenna. This compact GNSS module is available in a surface mount package that measures 9.7 x 10.1 x 2.5 mm.
The MM1-0626H from Marki Microwave is a passive GaAs double balanced MMIC mixer with an RF/LO frequency from 6 GHz to 26.5 GHz and IF frequency from DC to 9 GHz. The mixer has excellent conversion loss, isolation and spurious performance across its broad bandwidth. It is available as a wire bondable chip that measures 0.058″ x 0.046″ x 0.004″ or as a module with SMA connectors.
The CMD253C3 from Custom MMIC is a double balanced mixer with a RF/LO frequency from 6 to 14 GHz. It has a low conversion loss of 6 dB, high LO to RF isolation of 43 dB, and a high input IP3 of 23 dBm across the bandwidth. The CMD253C3 can be used in both up/down converting systems and can be configured as an image reject mixer or single sideband modulator with external hybrids and power splitters.
The KFA-SMTF Series from EMC Technology & Florida RF Labs is a chip attenuator that operates from 18 to 36 GHz. It is available in two frequency configurations from 18 to 27 GHz and from 27 to 36 GHz. The attenuators can be configured to have a fixed attenuation from 0 to 10 dB with an accuracy of ± 0.75 dB. It can handle up to 200 mW of CW power and up to 2 Watts of pulsed peak power.