Coaxial to PCB connector system from HUBER+SUHNER can handle frequencies to 67GHz

25th October 2011
Posted By : ES Admin
Coaxial to PCB connector system from HUBER+SUHNER can handle frequencies to 67GHz
The MMPX snap-on connector system from connectivity specialist HUBER+SUHNER provides true 67GHz/80Gbps coaxial to PCB transition. Designed to offer industry leading electrical performance from the smallest mechanical format, the MMPX series consists of cable connectors and assemblies together with PCB connectors and adaptors.
Like all HUBER+SUHNER RF products, the MMPX series is designed for the professional end of the market and will interest those who are currently developing and testing RF –based systems in mobile comms, aerospace, defence and high performance industrial applications. Thanks to its broadband characteristics from DC to 67GHz, data rates up to 80Gbps and the excellent return loss figures it exhibits, the MMPX series will help to “future proof” current designs.

Designed by HUBER+SUHNER to save PCB space - the minimal pitch on the board is just 5.08mm (0.2inch) – the MMPX snap-on mechanism is completely decoupled from the electrical path making the connector system specifically optimized for rapid and reliable mating. Another key feature is very low cross talk thanks to excellent shielding inherent in the MMPX design.

The MMPX series consists of a variety of PCB connector and cable connector types including a broad range of standard assemblies as well as customized assemblies based around the company’s SUCOFORM and MULTIFLEX cables.

A downloadable brochure describing the MMPX series in detail is available at:

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