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Times Microwave 3/8" CMP Low PIM Coaxial Cable - N Male to N Male - 2 Meter | SPP375NMNM2.0M

Times Microwave 3/8" CMP Low PIM Coaxial Cable - N Male to N Male - 2 Meter | SPP375NMNM2.0M

50 Ohm Low Loss Cable with Corrugated Copper and Bandwidth from 50-6000 MHz.

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These Times Microwave Low PIM cable assemblies are designed to deliver optimum performance with minimal loss. They are perfect for cable runs when low PIM, low VSWR, low insertion loss, and RF isolation are critical. Low PIM assemblies are thin, light, and incredibly flexible. They are made with corrugated copper conductors which provide greater shielding and cover bandwidths from 50-6000MHz. With a durable plenum rated jacket, these cables are suited for in-wall installations in plenum air-spaces.


  • Connector 1: N Male
  • Connector 2: N Male
  • Length: 2 Meter
  • Cable Type: SPP-375, 5/8"
  • 50 Ohm
  • Bandwidth: 50-6000MHz
  • Extruded FEP Plenum Jacket Suitable for Use in Plenum Air-Spaces


  • Tower Top Jumpers
  • Shelter/Cabinet Jumpers
  • Antenna Feed Lines
  • 2-Way Land Mobile Radio
  • Wireless and Cellular Infrastructure

These cables are made to order and can take up to three weeks to ship. For rush orders, please call 1-888-519-9528 for accurate lead times.

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Q: What is PIM?

A: PIM, also known as Passive Intermodulation, is the presence of unwanted signals that are the result of mixing 2 or more non-linear frequencies in a passive (or linear) device such as a connector or cable. These unwanted signals can block the desired signals, cause interference in other systems, or influence the networks reliability and quality.

Q: What causes PIM?

A: PIM is caused by mixing non-linear frequencies in a linear device. There are three main causes of PIM.

  1. The first cause is due to coaxial connectors. They might not be assembled correctly, the connections might have become oxidized become of dissimilar metals over time, or just you might just be using bad connectors.
  2. The second cause is that due to the components of the devices. They might be made with or coated with materials that cause interference.
  3. The third cause is contamination by rust, dirt, etc., which can affect the PIM level.

Q: Where can PIM be found?

A: PIM is most often a problem in wireless systems, especially cellular base stations and antennas.

Q: How do I know if my system has PIM?

A: Often times, people do not notice when they have PIM because the effects of it are so small. However, you might have PIM if you are getting interference or you have receiver sensitivity. Most of the time, you will need to test for PIM to find out if it is present, but because PIM levels are so low, it can difficult to measure. The easiest way to test for PIM is by using a tester.

Q: What is the best way to avoid PIM?

A: Make sure your connections are clean and precise. The best possible way to make sure this happens is to buy pre-assembled cables. TriangleCables Low PIM cables are 100% tested for static, PIM, and insertion loss.

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