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Symmetrical adapters can handle up to 300 watts of power at 2.7 GHz

Mon, 07/16/2012 - 2:30pm

Molex Incorporated and Radiall announced the continued collaboration and expansion of their cost-effective SMP-MAX series with new symmetrical adapters and RF coaxial interconnect solutions for board-to-board, module-to-module and panel-to-panel telecom applications.  As a second source, Molex is designing, manufacturing and marketing these connectors for global customers.

The new SMP-MAX symmetrical adapters eliminate the risk of assembly errors during manufacturing.  Molex has over 80 specific SMP-MAX connector designs that have been developed for global telecom customers, making SMP-MAX one of the fastest growing series in the RF industry.  SMP-MAX is currently being deployed in numerous wireless telecom projects in North America, Europe and Asia as a cost-effective solution adaptable to virtually any configuration.

The SMP-MAX can handle a maximum board-to-board distance tolerance of up to at least 2.00 mm (0.078”) gap without a spring – much greater than the standard SMP.  It also features a 3 degree tilt (radial travel), it has an operating frequency range of DC-6 GHz, a 1.2 max VSWR up to 3 GHz, and it can handle up to 300 Watts of power at 2.7 GHz.

Radiall, Molex Incorporated

www.radiall.com, www.molex.com.

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