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Cinch Connectivity Solutions Announces the Johnson 2.92 mm Solder End Launch Jack Connector

29 May 2018

Cinch Connectivity Solutions, a Bel group company and developer of reliable connectivity solutions, announces the Johnson 2.92 mm Solder End Launch Jack Connector. Designed by the same experts behind Johnson’s patented High Frequency SMA End Launch product line, this connector provides a Solder End Launch solution Source: Cinch Connectivity SolutionsSource: Cinch Connectivity Solutionsfor those customers who need the stability of solder.

Cinch Connectivity Solutions’ 2.92 mm Solder End Launch Jack Connector is expanding our existing 2.92 mm End Launch family that includes both Screw-On End Launch Jacks and Plugs. The existing Johnson SMA Solder End Launch Jack Connector achieves low return and insertion loss up to 26.5 GHz, while this new 2.92 mm Solder End Launch Jack Connector operates up to 40 GHz while achieving better than 16 dB return loss, 3 dB insertion loss and VSWR below 1.25.

The 2.92 mm Solder End Launch Jack Connector is a smaller, lighter and more economical alternative to our robust screw-on versions, while still maintaining excellent electrical performance and quality. Johnson Connectors are designed to provide the highest quality data signal transmission for test and measurement equipment, semiconductor ATE test board and instrumentation test fixture hardware applications.

For more information on the Johnson 2.92 mm Solder End Launch Jack Connector, visit our website at or download the new Johnson 2.92 mm (SMK) catalog. Products are available now through our distributors Digi-key, Mouser and Newark.

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