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Part HMC8191
Description 6 GHz to 26 GHz Wideband I/Q Mixer
Feature HMC8191; Data Sheet FEATURES Passive, wideband I/Q mixer RF and LO range: 6 GHz to 26.5 GHz Wide IF bandwidth.
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Analog Devices HMC8191
Data Sheet
FEATURES
Passive, wideband I/Q mixer
RF and LO range: 6 GHz to 26.5 GHz
Wide IF bandwidth of dc to 5 GHz
Single-ended RF, LO, and IF
Conversion loss: 9 dB (typical)
Image rejection: 25 dBc (typical)
Single-sideband noise figure: 9 dB (typical)
Input IP3 (downconverter): 24 dBm (typical)
Input P1dB compression point (downconverter): 15 dBm
(typical)
Input IP2: 55 dBm (typical)
LO to RF isolation: 40 dB (typical)
LO to IF isolation: 40 dB (typical)
RF to IF isolation: 20 dB (typical)
Amplitude balance: ±0.5 dB (typical)
Phase balance (downconverter): ±5° (typical)
RF return loss: 15 dB (typical)
LO return loss: 15 dB (typical)
IF return loss: 15 dB (typical)
Exposed pad, 4 mm × 4 mm, 24-terminal, ceramic, LCC
package
APPLICATIONS
Test and measurement instrumentation
Military, aerospace, and defense applications
Microwave point to point base stations
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The HMC8191 is a passive, wideband, I/Q monolithic
microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) mixer that can be used
either as an image reject mixer for receiver operations or as a
single-sideband upconverter for transmitter operations. With a
radio frequency (RF) and local oscillator (LO) range of 6 GHz
to 26.5 GHz, and an intermediate frequency (IF) bandwidth of
dc to 5 GHz, the HMC8191 is ideal for applications requiring a
wide frequency range, excellent RF performance, and a simple
design with fewer components and a small printed circuit board
(PCB) footprint. A single HMC8191 can replace multiple
narrow-band mixers in a design.
The inherent I/Q architecture of the HMC8191 offers excellent
image rejection and thereby eliminates the need for expensive
filtering for unwanted sidebands. The mixer also provides
6 GHz to 26.5 GHz,
Wideband I/Q Mixer
HMC8191
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
HMC8191
GND 1
GND 2
GND 3
GND 4
GND 5
GND 6
18 GND
17 GND
16 RF
15 GND
14 GND
13 GND
PACKAGE
BASE
Figure 1.
excellent LO to RF and LO to IF isolation and reduces the effect
of LO leakage to ensure signal integrity.
Being a passive mixer, the HMC8191 does not require any dc
power sources. It offers a lower noise figure compared to an
active mixer, ensuring superior dynamic range for high
performance and precision applications.
The HMC8191 is fabricated on a gallium arsenide (GaAs) metal
semiconductor field effect transistor (MESFET) process and uses
Analog Devices, Inc. mixer cells and a 90-degree hybrid. The
HMC8191 is available in a compact, 4 mm × 4 mm, 24-terminal
leadless chip carrier (LCC) package and operates over a −40°C to
+85°C temperature range. An evaluation board for the HMC8191
is also available from the Analog Devices website.
Rev. C
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Analog Devices HMC8191
HMC8191
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1
Applications....................................................................................... 1
Functional Block Diagram .............................................................. 1
General Description ......................................................................... 1
Revision History ............................................................................... 2
Specifications..................................................................................... 3
Absolute Maximum Ratings............................................................ 4
Thermal Resistance ...................................................................... 4
ESD Caution.................................................................................. 4
Pin Configuration and Function Descriptions............................. 5
Interface Schematics..................................................................... 5
Typical Performance Characteristics ............................................. 6
Downconverter Performance: IF = 100 MHz, Lower Sideband
(High-Side LO) ............................................................................. 6
Downconverter Performance: IF = 2500 MHz, Lower
Sideband (High-Side LO)............................................................ 8
Downconverter Performance: IF = 5000 MHz, Lower
Sideband (High-Side LO).......................................................... 10
Downconverter Performance: IF = 100 MHz, Upper
Sideband (Low-Side LO) ........................................................... 12
Downconverter Performance: IF = 2500 MHz, Upper
Sideband (Low-Side LO) ........................................................... 14
Downconverter Performance: IF = 5000 MHz, Upper
Sideband (Low-Side LO) ........................................................... 16
Upconverter Performance: IF = 100 MHz, Lower Sideband
(High-Side LO) ........................................................................... 18
REVISION HISTORY
8/2019—Rev. B to Rev. C
Changes to Table 4, Figure 5, and Figure 6 ................................... 5
Changes to Ordering Guide .......................................................... 44
5/2018—Rev. A to Rev. B
Changes to Applications Information Section............................ 41
2/2018—Rev. 0 to Rev. A
Change to Features Section ............................................................. 1
Data Sheet
Upconverter Performance: IF = 2500 MHz, Lower Sideband
(High-Side LO)........................................................................... 20
Upconverter Performance: IF = 5000 MHz, Lower Sideband
(High-Side LO)........................................................................... 22
Upconverter Performance: IF = 100 MHz, Upper Sideband
(Low-Side LO) ............................................................................ 24
Upconverter Performance: IF = 2500 MHz, Upper Sideband
(Low-Side LO) ............................................................................ 26
Upconverter Performance: IF = 5000 MHz, Upper Sideband
(Low-Side LO) ............................................................................ 28
Isolation and Return Loss ......................................................... 30
IF Bandwidth Performance: Downconverter, Lower Sideband
(High-Side LO) ............................................................................ 32
Amplitude and Phase Imbalance Performance: Downconverter,
Lower Sideband (High-Side LO) ................................................ 33
Amplitude and Phase Imbalance Performance:
Downconverter, Upper Sideband (Low-Side LO) ..................... 35
Spurious and Harmonics Performance ................................... 37
Theory of Operation ...................................................................... 40
Applications Information .............................................................. 41
RF and LO Performance Above 26 GHz................................. 42
IF Bandwidth Above 5 GHz...................................................... 42
Soldering Information and Recommended Land Pattern .... 43
Evaluation Board Information.................................................. 43
Outline Dimensions ....................................................................... 44
Ordering Guide .......................................................................... 44
Change to Single-Sideband Noise Figure Parameter, Table 1......3
Deleted Figure 13 and Figure 16; Renumbered Sequentially ......7
Deleted Figure 25 and Figure 28......................................................9
Deleted Figure 47 and Figure 50................................................... 13
Deleted Figure 59 and Figure 62................................................... 15
Changes to Ordering Guide .......................................................... 44
6/2017—Revision 0: Initial Version
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Analog Devices HMC8191
Data Sheet
HMC8191
SPECIFICATIONS
TA = 25°C, IF = 100 MHz, LO drive = 18 dBm, all measurements performed as downconverter with lower sideband selected, external 90°
hybrid at the IF ports, and LO amplifier in line with lab bench LO source, unless otherwise noted.
Table 1.
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max Unit
RADIO FREQUENCY
RF 6
26.5 GHz
LOCAL OSCILLATOR FREQUENCY fLO 6
26.5 GHz
INTERMEDIATE FREQUENCY
IF DC
5 GHz
LOCAL OSCILLATOR DRIVE LEVEL
18 dBm
RF PERFORMANCE AS DOWNCONVERTER
Conversion Loss
9 11.5 dB
Image Rejection
20 25
dBc
Single-Sideband Noise Figure
SSB NF
9
dB
Input Third-Order Intercept
IP3
24 dBm
Input 1 dB Compression Point
P1dB
15
dBm
Input Second-Order Intercept
IP2
55 dBm
Isolation
RF to IF
20 dB
LO to RF
30 40
dB
LO to IF
27 40
dB
Amplitude Balance1
±0.5 dB
Phase Balance1
±5 Degrees
RF PERFORMANCE AS UPCONVERTER
Conversion Loss
9 dB
Sideband Rejection
25 dBc
Input Third-Order Intercept
IP3
22 dBm
Input 1 dB Compression Point
P1dB
13
dBm
RETURN LOSS PERFORMANCE1
RF 15 dB
LO 15 dB
IFx 15 dB
1 Measurements taken without 90° hybrid at the IF ports.
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