In this study, a parametric investigation on mixing of two fluids in a modified Tesla microchannel, has been preformed. Modified Tesla micromixer applies both flow separation and vortices string principles to enhance the mixing. The fluid stream splits into two sub-streams and one of them mixes with the other again at the exit of the Tesla unit. Analyses of mixing and flow field have been carried out for a wide range of Reynolds number from 0.05 to 40. Mixing performance and pressure drop characteristics with two geometrical parameters, i.e, ratio of the diffuser gap to channel width (h/w) and ratio of the curved gap to the channel width (s/w), have been analyzed at six different Reynolds numbers. The vortical structure of the flow has been analyzed to explain mixing performance. The sensitivity analysis reveals that mixing is more sensitive s/w, than the h/w.