Irvine, CA – Pasternack Enterprises, Inc., a leading ISO 9001:2008 registered manufacturer and global supplier of RF and microwave products, adds inventory of low frequency SMP connectors which are perfect for applications requiring operating frequencies of 8 GHz or less.
Pasternack Enterprises’ new SMP connectors are specifically designed for low frequency, high density applications where the benefits of a small RF connector are utilized. Common uses for these low frequency SMP connectors include blind-mate interconnect systems and miniaturized high density coaxial modules, such as connecting to a small PCB. Low frequency 8 GHz SMP connectors carry the same “small-footprint” advantages as their higher-frequency counterparts, but are a more cost effective option when a 40 GHz connector is not needed. Cost savings can range from 50% to 75% when compared to standard SMP connectors.
Pasternack’s low frequency SMP connectors are typically attached to cables assemblies using RG178, RG405, and 0.047” diameter semi-rigid cable. The connectors utilize Beryllium copper (BeCu) and Kovar alloy at critical contact points in their designs, while brass and stainless steel are used in non-contact areas. These new lower-frequency SMP versions are also compatible and fully mate-able with Corning Gilbert GPO™ connectors.
“Increasing requirements for high density applications have driven the communications industry to utilize ‘small-footprint’ connectors, such as the SMP” says Gerry Camacho, VP of Technical Marketing at Pasternack Enterprises, Inc. “We are pleased to offer these new low frequency 8 GHz SMP’s, as they can provide significant cost savings up to 75% when compared to an equivalent 40 GHz version.”
The new low frequency SMP connectors from Pasternack are available now. You can browse all the versions and accompanying specifications on Pasternack’s website or by visiting http://www.pasternack.com/pages/Featured_Products/low-frequency-8-ghz-smp-connectors.htm. Pasternack Enterprises, Inc. can be contacted at +1-949-261-1920.
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