posted by Deborah D. McAdams /
07.21.2014 02:07 PM
Pasternack Introduces New Series of Low PIM Cable Jumpers
Uses semi-rigid coax
IRVINE, CALIF.—Pasternack Enterprises introduces an all new series of low PIM cable jumpers with formable coax. These new assemblies are designed for low-passive intermodulation applications including use in black boxes, test equipment racks and cabinets, distributed antenna systems and lab testing.

Pasternack’s low-PIM formable cables are made using a tin-filled braid that produces a hand formable, solid outer conductor wall. Cables are available with in diameters of0.163 and 0.276 inches and connector options include 7/16 DIN, 4.1/9.5 mini-DIN, Type N, and SMA.

Pasternack said the jumpers have PIM performance of -160 dBc and 1.25:1 VSWR. Between-series configurations can be ordered with SMA, Type N, and 7/16 DIN connector combinations, while in-series cables using 4.1/9.5 Mini DIN connectors are also available. Pasternack’s low PIM jumpers operate from DC up to 6 GHz depending on the desired configuration. Cable assemblies are available for same-day shipment in 100 and 200 centimeter lengths, with custom lengths available upon request with slightly longer lead times depending on the customer’s specific needs.


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