Low-loss cable assemblies

  • 25-Oct-2010 09:45 EDT
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Crystek’s 18-GHz LL142 low-loss RF cable assemblies incorporate a spiraled stainless steel casing and heavy-duty adhesive strain relief with a Neoprene jacket; the added protection eliminates failures commonly caused by cable flexion and compression. The assemblies feature attenuation of 0.36 dB/ft and VSWR characteristics of <1.3. The cables offer shielding effectiveness of >-110 dB with an operating temperature range of -55 to +85ºC (extended range to +125ºC through special order). They are available in four standard lengths—24, 36, 48, and 60 in—with SMA male to SMA male connectors.

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