Pasternack Releases New Low-PIM Plenum-Rated Cable Assemblies

New Low-PIM Plenum-Rated Cable Assemblies Deliver Maximum PIM Level of -155 dBc

Pasternack, a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has launched a new line of low-PIM, plenum-rated SPP-250-LLPL cable assemblies for use in wireless infrastructure. Typical applications include distributed antenna systems (DAS), indoor wireless systems, multi-carrier communication systems and PIM testing.

Pasternack’s 36 new low-PIM jumper cables are made with UL910 plenum-rated SPP-250-LLPL cable and feature a maximum PIM level of -155 dBc. PIM levels have been fully tested with PIM test results marked on each cable. These cables deliver a maximum operating frequency of 6 GHz and a maximum VSWR of 1.25:1 up to 2 GHz and 1.35:1 up to 6 GHz. They are offered with 4.3-10, 7/16 DIN, N and 4.1-9.5 mini-DIN connector combinations including right-angle connectors. These low-PIM cable assemblies are lightweight, flexible and can operate in a temperature range of -55°C to +125°C.

“This new family of low-PIM cables encompasses 36 connector and length variants.  The timing of this product release is perfect because another generation of wireless systems is rolling out and our customers are going to need more low-PIM interconnects,” said Dan Birch, Product Manager.

Pasternack’s new low-PIM, plenum-rated SPP-250-LLPL cable assemblies are in stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity.

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