Pasternack has recently expanded its line of low-Passive Intermodulation (PIM) coaxial cable assemblies using Pasternack’s Super Flex cables, as well as popular cable offerings from Times Microwave that are ideal for use in wireless infrastructure installations, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and other low-PIM applications.
Pasternack’s expanded offering of low-PIM coaxial cable assemblies consists of over 400 unique configurations that boast PIM levels of less than -160 dBc. Cable options now include SPP plenum-rated, ¼ inch SuperFlex, SPF fire-rated, SPO outdoor-rated, and flexible TFT-402 and TFT-402-LF options. These are highly durable cables constructed from a solid center conductor and are available in standard diameter options. The assemblies are offered with the following connector types: 2.2-5, 4.1/9.5, 4.3-10, 7/16 DIN, Type-N, NEX10 and SMA, which also include right-angle connector options.
These cables deliver low insertion loss and excellent VSWR, are 100% RF and PIM tested, and ship with the PIM test results marked on each cable. The cables are designed for indoor wireless systems, wireless infrastructure, multi-carrier communication systems, WISP networks, small cell installations and PIM testing applications.
“As we continue to expand our extensive line of low-PIM cable assemblies, we make it easier for our customers to find the exact cable they need right off-the-shelf and with same-day shipping,” said Amar Ganwani, Product Line Manager.
“By offering so many products as in-stock items we can ensure our customers’ meet their deadlines and avoid line down situations.”