Low PIM Products

Low PIM Product

Install confidence in your Distributed Antenna System (DAS) with low PIM products from RF Industries. Designed and manufactured with materials and processes to reduce generation of intermodulation, all low PIM Cables from RF Industries are 100% PIM tested to assure performance.

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Products/Services

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Low PIM Power Tappers — Tappers have a PIM rating of ≤115dBc. Multiple configurations available. Frequency range of 350-2700MHz. RF Connectors
Low PIM Power Splitters — Low PIM Hybrid Couplers are ideal for low PIM distributed antenna systems (DAS) applications. Couplers have a PIM rating of ≤ 155dBc. Ideal for multiple carrier solutions with most product families having a frequency range of 698-2700 MHz. RF Connectors
Low PIM Directional Couplers — Optimized for low PIM performance and feature low insertion loss. These IP67 rated models are available with N, 7-16 DIN and 4.3-10 connectors and with power ratings ranging from 25 Watts to 70 Watts. Coupling values in this line are 4.8, 6, 8, 10, 13 and 15 dB and are available in 380-2700MHz or 698-2700MHz versions. RF Connectors
Low PIM Hybrid Couplers — Low PIM Hybrid Couplers are ideal for low PIM distributed antenna systems (DAS) applications. Couplers have a PIM rating of ≤ 155dBc. Ideal for multiple carrier solutions with most product families having a frequency range of 698-2700 MHz. RF Connectors
Low PIM Termination Loads — Termination Loads are ideal for low PIM distributed antenna systems (DAS) applications. Loads have a PIM rating of ≤ 110 dBc. Ideal for multiple carrier solutions with most product families having a frequency range of 698-2700 MHz. RF Connectors
Low PIM Coaxial Cable Assemblies — For applications that demand low VSWR, low insertion and low PIM cable assemblies; RFI now offers semi-rigid and corrugated cable assemblies with factory soldered N and DIN connectors. Assembled using the latest soldering equipment for years of performance reliability. Each assembly is tested for insertion loss, VSWR and PIM rating and is shipped with individual test data. Available using flexible or super flexible corrugated cables with a standard or fire retardant jacket. RF Cable Assembly
PIM Tracker™ — Intermodulation testing capabilities include GSM/LTE 710 MHz and PCS 1900 MHz for Low PIM products such as cable assemblies and adapters distributed from the San Diego based facility. Low PIM cable assemblies are 100% tested with results available on line by simply entering the serial number into our PIM Tracker™. RF Cable Assembly
Low PIM Plenum Rated Coaxial Cable Assemblies — For in-building wireless applications, cable assemblies that provide low loss, low PIM (≤ - 160dBc) and are plenum rated (UL910) satisfying building code requirements. Available with flexible corrugated, flat braid, or smooth wall aluminum cable and terminated with a variety of connectors. RF Connectors
Low PIM Adapters — 7-16 DIN to 7-16 DIN and N series adapters designed and manufactured with materials and processes to reduce intermodulation generation and offer excellent return loss and power handling performance. Available in the original DIN materials specifications of silver plated machined brass body construction and precision grade ruggedized tri-metal (white bronze) plated machined brass bodies and stainless steel coupling nuts. RF Connectors

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Intermodulation Distortion in RF Connectors

Intermodulation distortion occurs when two or more signals occupy the same transmission paths as in full duplex systems.

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PIM and RF Connectors

Intermod and connectors: Silver plate beats nickel. When connectors made entirely of non-ferromagnetic materials are used, they do not have to become the weak link in a communications system, causing harmful and hard-to-find intermod interference.

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