• HMC1096 Input power Absolute maximum rating

    Hello all,

    The input power range for this frequency multiplier is from -2 to +5 dBm.

    At the same time, the absolute maximum input power is also +5 dBm.

    Is it right? 

    In case there is an errata, which is the absolute maximum input power?

    Thanks in adva…

  • RE: HMC1096 phase noise

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  • RE: HMC369 and HMC561 Phase noise issue

    Hi Marty

    Thanks for your answer and sorry for my late response. I've been busy with another project and I had to set the phase noise issue aside for this time.

    Exactly, I was prepared to see the phase noise degrading due to the additive phase noise…

  • RE: HMC187AMS8

    Hi there,

    The HMC1096 might work if you need something at the very upper end of the band (1.9GHz - 2.0GHz) but it's an active multiplier as opposed to passive. That's all we have.

    Best Regards,

    Marty

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