HUBER+SUHNER’s MXP40 and MXP18 series are multicoaxial board connectors for high speed digital bench-top and system testing. They feature reliable mating, ease of use, and a broad range of configurations with flexible and ultra-stable cable assemblies and compact PCB connectors.
Corry Micronics has offered industry-standard filtered d-sub adapters for over a decade now. They’re now moving into micro d-sub adapter offerings due to customer demand, as other suppliers of similar products are adopting higher prices and offering poor lead times.
These 50 Ohm plenum rated coaxial cable assemblies feature low loss, low PIM, and a 10 year warranty. They are an ideal in-building solution for PIM-sensitive installations and system interconnects (up to 18 GHz), and meet UL 910 fire resistance requirements for plenum rated applications.
This test cable offers phase, amplitude and temperature stability for applications involving production, lab settings, and testing. It has a maximum frequency of 32 GHz, 50 Ω nominal impedance, an 86.5% nominal propagation velocity, -110 dB (min) shielding effectiveness, and much more.
By applying high-voltage resistive ink banding using a patented banding process, these medical connectors are able to withstand the 3,000 VDC hi-pot breakdown required for defibrillation monitoring and medical diagnostic equipment.
The WRJ Series of Millimeter Wave-Waveguide Rotary Joints are ideal for applications involving axial ratio measurement, automatic test equipment (ATE), and mechanically scanned antennas. They operate in the 50-105 GHz frequency range and feature low insertion loss and 360° continuous rotation.
Rotary Joints are used to transmit stationary RF line energy to a rotating RF line. API Technologies offers precision RF rotary joints with SMA, N, TNC, and 2.92 connector options.
Low PIM switches by Dow-Key are now available in SPDT, DPDT and SP6T configurations with SMA or N-type connectors. These switches are specifically designed to 3rd order IM requirements below -160 dBc; at 1870 MHz and at approximately +43 dBm with carrier frequencies 1930 MHz and 1990 MHz.