White Paper

Passive Intermodulation (PIM)

Source: HUBER+SUHNER

This white paper on passive intermodulation by HUBER+SUHNER defines passive intermodulation (PIM), discusses why PIM is a problem, what causes it, what to do to combat it, and what must be considered when using low PIM products. Engineers that work with communications system may find this paper to be particularly interesting, as passive intermodulation can occur in systems where transmission and reception paths are combined.

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