AQA-2156

21 to 56 GHz x4 Active Multiplier Simplifies mmWave Signal Generation

21 to 56 GHz x4 Active Multiplier Simplifies mmWave Signal Generation

The new mmwave AQA-2156 active quadrupler will frequency extend your synthesizer up to 56GHz with high output power and superior harmonic suppression. Requiring only 0dBm input power and an input frequency range of 5.25 to 14GHz, this power-efficient MMIC multiplier provides greater than +20dBm 4F output power over most of the 21 to 56GHz output range, making this an ideal driver for Marki Microwave H and S diode mixers. AQA-2156 is a RoHS connectorized module designed for lab use, test and measurement, and end applications such as SATCOM, radar & 5G.

Product Page Datasheet Input
[GHz]
Output
[GHz]
Input Level [dBm] Output Level [dBm] Bias
[V/mA]
AQA-2156 pdf 5.25 to 14 21 to 56 -2 to +6 +21 +5V/-5V
@378mA

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Many amplifiers in a typical RF/microwave system are used for single frequency applications: for local oscillator and clock generation. However, amplifiers are typically designed and characterized only for signal applications. In this short (25 minute) webinar, we will discuss:

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Quadrature mixers (IQ, Image Reject, and Single Sideband) are offer powerful capabilities and are critical to modern communication and electronic warfare systems. However, they are also among the most complex RF and Microwave circuits. In this webinar, Marki Microwave will deconstruct these powerful circuits by explaining:

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Packaging is hard, especially to mm-wave frequencies. Even the greatest design will be ruined by inadequate packaging. Unfortunately packaging techniques are usually trade secrets that are never taught in school; this makes them inaccessible for new engineers in particular. In this webinar, Marki Microwave will lift the veil by explaining:

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