Press Release Summary:
Building on flexibility of PSMP board-to-board designs,Â 4 PSMP cable connectors are available that are designed for 0.141 and 0.86 in. dia, semi-rigid and conformable cables. DesignÂ suits high-power applications up to 200 W at frequencies of 2.2 GHz. Mating style isÂ similar to SMP interface,Â while gold-plated female center contacts and beryllium copper outer contacts plated in white bronze ensure secure mechanical fit and optimize electrical performance.
Original Press Release:
PSMP Cable Plugs Expand Amphenol RF Product Line
Amphenol RF adds versatility to the board to board focused PSMP line.
Danbury, CT – Amphenol RF is pleased to introduce an expansion to its new PSMP interface. Building upon the flexibility of PSMP board-to-board designs, four new PSMP cable connectors are now available. These connectors are designed for 0.141- and 0.86-inch diameter semi-rigid and conformable cables, providing engineers with choices beyond the current board to board options for this versatile interface.
PSMP cable plugs are designed to operate in high power applications up to 200 W at frequencies of 2.2 GHz. PSMP connectors have a mating style similar to the SMP interface, and feature gold plated female center contacts and beryllium copper outer contacts plated in white bronze. These materials and finishes ensure a secure mechanical fit and optimize electrical performance.
PSMP interconnects are suitable for a wide range of applications including base stations, filter units, amplifiers, handheld radios, and testing and measurement equipment.
About Amphenol RF
Amphenol RF is a leading manufacturer of coaxial connectors for use in radio frequency, microwave, and data transmission system applications. Headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut, USA, Amphenol RF has global sales, marketing and manufacturing locations in North America, Asia and Europe. Standard products include RF connectors, coaxial adapters and RF cable assemblies. Custom engineered products include multi-port ganged interconnect, blind-mate and hybrid mixed-signal solutions.