Global Frequency Mixer Market Projected To Register A CAGR of 6.35% over 2016-2020

Date: 2016-09-11

Frequency Mixers are widely used to shift signals from one frequency range to another, a process known as heterodyning, for convenience in transmission or further signal processing. For example, a key component of a super heterodyne receiver is a mixer used to move received signals to a common intermediate frequency. Frequency mixers are also used to modulate a carrier signal in radio transmitters.

Along the growing electronics, the global Frequency Mixer Market Projected To A Register CAGR of 6.35% over 2016-2020.

In electronics, a mixer, or frequency mixer, is a nonlinear electrical circuit that creates new frequencies from two signals applied to it. In its most common application, two signals at frequencies f1 and f2 are applied to a mixer, and it produces new signals at the sum f1 + f2 and difference f1 − f2 of the original frequencies, called heterodynes. Other frequency components may also be produced in a practical frequency mixer.

Current in the market, the price of Frequency Mixer ranged around: Offered in a 24-lead 4 x 4 mm QFN package, the PE41901 is $14.40 each for 1k-quantity orders and $12.26 each for 5k-quantity orders.

Types of Frequency Mixer
Passive mixers use one or more diodes and rely on the non-linear relation between voltage and current to provide the multiplying element. In a passive mixer, the desired output signal is always of lower power than the input signals.

Active mixers use an amplifying device (such as a transistor or vacuum tube) to increase the strength of the product signal. Active mixers improve isolation between the ports, but may have higher noise and more power consumption. An active mixer can be less tolerant of overload.

Frequency Mixer market share by type as following:


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