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A frequency multiplier is an electrical circuit used in electronics that produces an output signal with an output frequency that is a harmonic (multiple) of the input frequency.
A nonlinear circuit makes up frequency multipliers, which distort input signals and produce harmonics as a result. The required harmonic frequency is then chosen via a bandpass filter, which also filters out the undesirable fundamental and other harmonic frequencies from the output.
In frequency synthesisers and communication circuits, frequency multipliers are frequently used.
It may be more cost-effective to create a signal at a lower frequency using low-cost, low-power equipment, and to utilise a frequency multiplier chain to increase the output frequency to a microwave or millimetre wave range.
The Global frequency multiplier market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Modern active multiplier devices are used for frequency multiplication and amplification in the Active Frequency Multiplier X2, 20 to 50 GHz, from Active Frequency Multipliers.
I/O ports for 2.4mm and 2.92mm (SMA Compatible) coaxial connectors are supported by the standard enclosure. Easily operated with a single +8V supply, internally biassed, sequenced, and controlled.
This Millimetre Wave Systems active multiplier has a high output at +22 dBm and outstanding fundamental rejection.
Pasternack Active Multipliers Display Output Power Levels Up to +17 dBm Typically, Active Frequency Multipliers with Output Frequency Coverage from 8 to 46 GHz Low Input Power Drive Range: 0 to +6 dBm, High Fundamental Isolation Levels up to 30 dB usual, High Third, Harmonic Suppression Levels up to 30 dBc typical, Hermetically sealed compact packages with field replaceable connectors, low phase noise typically down to -142 dBc/Hz.
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