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Features and Benefits

  • Conversion gain: 12.5 dB typical
  • Image rejection: 28 dBc typical
  • Noise figure: 5 dB typical
  • Input power for 1 dB compression (P1dB): −9 dBm typical
  • Input third-order intercept (IP3): −1 dBm typical
  • Input second-order intercept (IP2): 20 dBm typical
  • 6× local oscillator (LO) leakage at RFIN: −40 dBm typical
  • 1× LO leakage at IFOUT: −50 dBm typical
  • Radio frequency (RF) return loss: 5 dB typical
  • LO return loss: 20 dB typical
  • Die size: 3.599 mm × 2.199 mm × 0.05 mm

Product Details

The HMC7586 is an integrated E-band gallium arsenide (GaAs) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) in phase/ quadrature (I/Q) downconverter chip that operates from 71 GHz to 76 GHz. The HMC7586 provides a small signal conversion gain of 12.5 dB with 28 dBc of image rejection across the frequency band. The device utilizes a low noise amplifier followed by an image rejection mixer that is driven by a 6× LO multiplier.

The image rejection mixer eliminates the need for a filter following the low noise amplifier. Differential I and Q mixer outputs are provided for direct conversion applications. Alternatively, the outputs can be combined using an external 90° hybrid and two external 180° hybrids for single-sideband applications. All data includes the effect of a 1 mil gold wire wedge bond on the IF ports.


  • E-band communication systems
  • High capacity wireless backhaul
  • Test and measurement

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HMC7586 Material Declaration Reliability Data CHIPS OR DIE
HMC7586-SX Material Declaration Reliability Data CHIPS OR DIE
Wafer Fabrication Data

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