[sdiy] 4 channel mixer of signals with frequencies between 2Mhz and lower.. any circuits available.. ??

Mike Bryant mbryant at futurehorizons.com
Thu Sep 28 21:39:34 CEST 2023


Yes it can be done, but even the slightest non-linearity produces countless intermodulation products.  Why not just A-D the signal (plenty of SDR chips around nowadays) and mix in an FPGA where you can control out of band signals ?


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Subject: [sdiy] 4 channel mixer of signals with frequencies between 2Mhz and lower.. any circuits available.. ??


Hi all,



This is an out off topics question but I will ask you anyway..


I want to build a 4 channel mixer that would receive signal  frequencies between 2Mhz and lower one channel..
These 4 frequencies won’t change. They will be fixed.

Google would give me lots of Radio/Ham solutions that imply the use of tuning coils and such things
I don’t want to get into.

The idea would be to use ready available opamps with high bandwidth
with the use of resistors and caps only. Gain would be of one.


Any idea of good components for that ?


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