Low-PIM RF jumper cables introduced by Microlab for use in tight spaces

PARSIPPANY, N.J., 2 Sept. 2011. Microlab in Parsippany, N.J., is introducing the JP/JR series jumper cables with low passive intermodulation distortion (PIM) for use in RF and microwave applications in tight spaces. Microlab is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wireless Telecom Group company (NYSE:WTT). The low-PIM cables come in 3-foot lengths, with other lengths available for special order. The JP/JR jumper cables operate in frequencies from DC to 3,000 MHz, and cover RF common bands between 698 and 2,700 MHz.

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PARSIPPANY, N.J., 2 Sept. 2011. Microlab in Parsippany, N.J., is introducing the JP/JR series RF jumper cables with low passive intermodulation distortion (PIM) for use in RF and microwave applications in tight spaces. Microlab is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wireless Telecom Group company (NYSE:WTT).The low-PIM cables come in 3-foot lengths, with other lengths available for special order. The JP/JR jumper cables operate in frequencies from DC to 3,000 MHz, and cover RF common bands between 698 and 2,700 MHz.The JP series jumper cables are straight-to-straight N (m) cables, while the PR series are straight-to-right-angle N (m). PIM performance is better than -150dBc typical, with -145 dBc guaranteed at 1,800 MHz.

For more information contact Microlab online at www.microlab.fxr.com.

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