Connectors Operate In Bandwidths Up 110 GHz

Fairview Microwave’s extended series of mmWave, removable, end launch, PCB connectors that are suitable for SERDES applications like cloud servers, supercomputing and high-speed networking. The series consists of 16 models operating in a wide bandwidth that supports data rates and VSWR as low as 1.10:1. They are offered with four end launch connector interface options: 1 mm (110 GHz), 1.85 mm (67 GHz), 2.92 mm (40 GHz) and 2.4 mm (50 GHz). These high-performance, end launch connectors are reusable and don’t require any soldering. Some of the models in this line feature reduced profiles with a 0.350-inch mounting width, allowing for more launches to fit into the same PCB area. These connectors are offered in male and female genders and are constructed with an outer conductor made of stainless steel and a gold-plated beryllium copper center contact.

 

The high-speed, end launch connectors are in-stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity. To get connected with higher knowledge, checkout the datasheets and/or call 972-649-6678.

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