Part Number: LMX8410L
The maximum RF input frequency is specified as 10GHz. What degradation in performance might I see if use this with an RF and LO frequency of 10.4GHz?
The LMX8410L will operate up to 12 GHz frequency range with slightly degraded Noise Figure of 1 to 2dB.
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In reply to Liam Keese:
Thanks for the quick response. I have one further question.
How is the Voltage gain defined? Is it single ended or single ended to differential?
In reply to ken mason:
Voltage gain is single ended to differential.
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