Pasternack Enterprises, Inc., an industry-leading manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, releases their 2014 RF product guide. The company’s latest 264 page catalog contains thousands of in-stock Pasternack products such as RF cable assemblies, an expanded portfolio of RF amplifiers, 60 GHz systems and modules and hundreds of other passive and active RF components, all available for same-day shipping worldwide.
To coincide with the launch of the company’s 2014 RF catalog, Pasternack has also introduced 24/7 support to assist customers all over the world to place orders, request quotes and answer questions around the clock. This new catalog contains a total of 30 product categories with greatly expanded lines of amplifiers, cable assemblies, waveguides and many other passive RF components. Other improved features inside the new Pasternack catalog include an updated Adapter and Cable Assembly Matrix that allows the user to easily identify all available in-series and between-series configurations.
Pasternack’s new 2014 RF catalog contains a large concentration of new products recently added to the company’s product offering within the last 12 months. New additions include 60 GHz millimeter wave modules, systems and WR-15 antennas, as well as a large increase to the active RF amplifier lineup. The company is rapidly growing their selection of active components such as low noise, broadband, limiting, high gain, high power, gain block and other hi-rel amplifiers. Additional new products include low PIM cable jumpers, power tappers, ferrite isolators and circulators, Wilkinson power dividers, low loss test cables and many others.
“Our new 2014 RF product guide contains an impressive range of new products and easy-to-use features to further establish Pasternack as the customer’s go-to source for all their RF product requirements,” explains Shaun Gameroz, marketing manager at Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.
Pasternack’s 2014 edition RF product guide is available now. Visit the Pasternack website at http://www.pasternack.com/ to request your free printed copy or to download a complimentary PDF version.