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MAX2039


Part Number MAX2039
Manufacturer Maxim Integrated Products
Title 1700MHz to 2200MHz Upconversion/ Downconversion Mixer
Description The MAX2039 high-linearity passive upconverter or downconverter mixer is designed to provide 7.3dB NF and a 7.1dB conversion loss for an RF freque...
Features ♦ 1700MHz to 2200MHz RF Frequency Range ♦ 1500MHz to 2000MHz LO Frequency Range ♦ 1900MHz to 2400MHz LO Frequency Range (Contact Factory) ♦ DC to 350MHz IF Frequency Range ♦ 7.1dB Conversion Loss ♦ +34.5dBm Input IP3 (Downconversion) ♦ +24.4dBm Input 1dB Compression Point ♦ 7.3dB Noise Figure ♦ Inte...

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