Irvine, Calif., – Pasternack Enterprises, Inc., a leading ISO 9001:2008 global supplier of RF and microwave products, has expanded its line of high performance, low PIM corrugated coaxial cable jumpers.
Pasternack Enterprises’ new 1/2” coaxial jumpers are used on many RF communications applications that benefit from low PIM. Examples of these applications include tower top jumpers, shelter/cabinet jumpers, antenna feed lines and 2 way land mobile radio installations. The new 1/2” corrugated coax jumpers from Pasternack are perfect for runs when, low PIM, low VSWR, low insertion loss, and/or RF Isolation are critical. Pasternack coaxial jumpers are 100% RF tested for PIM and VSWR, ensuring optimum installed performance.
Low PIM coax cable jumpers from Pasternack are fabricated with advanced soldering technology incorporating specially designed connectors, providing a durable assembly resulting in years of superior PIM and VSWR performance. The jumper cable assemblies have an injection molded boot on each connector which provides added strain relief and weather sealing ensuring long term durability. Available in 1/2” flexible and 1/2” superflexible coax cables, Pasternack coaxial jumpers can be ordered in standard and custom lengths with 7/16 DIN and Type N connectors to meet your specific requirements.
“Our expanded inventory of 1/2” corrugated coax jumpers add to the breadth and depth of our wireless infrastructure product base,” says Gerry Camacho, VP of Technical Services at Pasternack Enterprises, Inc. “These new low PIM cable assemblies provide Pasternack customers in the telecommunications, satellite and microwave markets with products featuring industry leading performance and same day shipment worldwide .”
The new low PIM cable jumper product line from Pasternack is available now. View the new and existing low PIM cable assemblies and accompanying specifications on Pasternack’s website or by visiting http://www.pasternack.com/t-Low-pim-cables.aspx. Pasternack Enterprises, Inc. can be contacted at +1-949-261-1920.
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