Mini-Circuits' Engineering Dept.

Mini-Circuits'
Engineering Dept.
Articles
LTCC Arms Mixer For 7.3-To-20.0-GHz Systems
This mixer makes the most of LTCC, semiconductor, and patented high-frequency circuit technologies to achieve low-loss frequency downconversion for millimeter-wave systems.
Upconverter Mixer Makes Most Of LTCC For ISM Applications
This high-performance mixer leverages LTCC, semiconductor technology, and patented circuit techniques to low-loss upconversion for 5-GHz ISM systems.
LTCC Launches Miniature, Wideband, Low-Cost Mixers
By combining sophisticated circuit techniques with advanced LTCC material technology, the SIM line of extremely compact, extremely broadband mixers is born.
What Is LTCC?
LTCC technology involves the production of multilayer circuits from ceramic substrate tapes or sheets. Conductive, dielectric, and resistive pastes are applied on each sheet or tape as needed, and then the sheets are laminated-together and fired ...
LTCC Leads To Tiny 90-deg. Splitter
This multilayer circuit-fabrication technology allows these traditionally large high-frequency passive components to be made in miniature, low-cost formats.
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