London Calling: San-tron’s Pressurized Connectors Go Underground
October 06, 2014
San-tron’s new pSeries pressurized connector design expands the typical operating frequency ranges through 30 GHz, while eliminating failure-prone internal O-rings. These RF-enhanced connectors have been specified on a number of programs, including 20 GHz ground-based satellite links, agricultural GPS systems and recently the London Underground.
Also on display at the San-tron booth is an expanded lineup of their high-performance, low-PIM SRX™ coaxial cable assemblies and adapters. Featured is a new low-PIM mini-DIN (4.1/9.5) SRX cable assembly. The mini-DINs feature RF performance through 16 GHz and yield low PIM of -160 dBc with VSWR < 1.10:1 up to 7 GHz. They’re suited for European wireless and meet the most critical requirements when it comes to attenuation, VSWR, and intermodulation strength. They can stand up to extreme, even mountainous environments due to their robust brass bodies and Albaloy plating. The mini-DINs are available as within-series adapters (mini-DIN to mini-DIN) as well as between-series adapters with Type N, SMA and 7/16 DIN connectors.
For additional details stop by booth #233 at European Microwave Week.