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Computer Hardware & Peripherals -> Computer Accessories -> Computer & Communication Cables -> Coaxial & Twinaxial Cables


Coaxial & Twinaxial Cables




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Flexible Cables feature low-loss design.

Flexible Cables feature low-loss design.

High Speed Interconnects    Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Jul 29, 2014 Combining advanced coaxial cable and VP90™ expanded PTFE extrusion technologies, Flexible Cable Assemblies are phase-stable, low-loss interconnect solutions. Coaxial cable sizes range from 16-52 AWG, with most cables exhibiting insertion losses of less than 1.00 db per foot. Available with variety of connectors, cables are suited for test and measurement, wireless broadband, radar, semiconductor, medical devices, robotics, satellite, aerospace, defense, and automotive applications.

Cable Jumpers with Formable Coax suit low PIM applications.

Cable Jumpers with Formable Coax suit low PIM applications.

Pasternack Enterprises    Irvine, CA 92614
Jul 23, 2014 Low PIM (-160 dBc) formable cables are made using tin-filled braid that produces hand-formable, solid outer conductor wall. Along with 0.163 and 0.276 in. coax diameters, these RF cables are available with several connector options: 7/16 DIN, 4.1/9.5 mini-DIN, Type N, and SMA. Connectors’ TriMetal plating, soldered connection point, and coaxial cable construction produce low PIM performance for life of assembly. Low PIM jumpers operate from DC up to 6 GHz depending on configuration.

Flexible Coaxial Cable withstands repeated bends.

Flexible Coaxial Cable withstands repeated bends.

AIR802    Aurora, IL 60502
May 06, 2014 Identical to LMR-600-UF UltraFlex, 50 Ω Model CA600FLEX utilizes multiple solid copper strands for center conductor which withstands repeated bends.Cable has black thermoplastic elastomer jacket and is suitable for indoor or outdoor use.Productis available in bulk 500 ft reels, by foot, or via antenna cables with numerous lengths and connector options.

Low-Loss RF Coax Cable Assemblies have stainless steel connectors.

Crystek Corp.    Fort Myers, FL 33913
Mar 21, 2014 Suited for high-frequency interconnects in mission-critical applications and microwave laboratories, series CC2450-MM-150 features corrosion-resistant, 2.4 mm, 303 stainless steel connectors and 3 levels of shielding for low attenuation (loss) over distance (1.44 dB/ft @ 50 GHz). Construction includes silver-plated copper wire center conductor, flat silver-plated copper strip inner shield, aluminum polyimide foil middle shield, and silver-plated copper braid outer shield with ePTFE dielectric.

Low Loss Cable Assemblies feature 18 GHz rating.

Fairview Microwave Inc.    Allen, TX 75013
Mar 19, 2014 Made with LL335i and LL142 coax, which offers phase stability, Low Loss Test Cables come equipped with choice of stainless steel TNC, SMA, or N-Type connectors and heavy-duty booting to optimize strain relief. Double shielded flexible coax provides shielding greater than 95 dB and VSWR of less than 1.35:1. Cables allow for high power transmission because resulting temperatures do not have negative effect on cable due to thermal stability of PTFE tape dielectric.

Coaxial Cable Assemblies  suit in-building DAS applications.

Coaxial Cable Assemblies suit in-building DAS applications.

RF Industries    San Diego, CA 92126 4202
Mar 04, 2014 Intended for Distributed Antenna Systems, Coaxial Cable Assemblies efficiently transfer RF signal, minimize interference caused by intermodulation, fit into tight spaces, and are plenum-rated to meet building fire codes. Times Microwave SPP-250-LLPL™consists ofsmall diameter corrugated cable, while TFT-402-LF is extremely flexible with low minimum bend radius. Available in standard and custom lengths, cables offer7-16 DIN male, 4.1-9.5 DIN male, N male, and SMA male terminations.

Coaxial Products (7/16 DIN) serve high-power applications.

Coaxial Products (7/16 DIN) serve high-power applications.

L-Com    North Andover, MA 01845
Dec 31, 2013 Designed for use in high power wireless communication systems, such as cellular network antenna systems,50Ω 7/16 DIN coaxial products include connectors for 400 and 600 series low loss cable, within series and interseries adapters, caps, 400- and 600-series cable assemblies, as well as1/4 wave coaxial lightning protectors. Construction withstands harsh environments, and custom versions of cable assemblies are available.

Coax Extender Kit facilitates CCTV system expansion.

AAS Technology    Fremont, CA 94538
Sep 26, 2013 POE over Coax Extender Kit helps firmsconsolidate cable installationexpense by leveraging existing coax cable to build CCTV systems. Designed specifically to provideoptimal image qualityto HD cameras involved in monitoring surveillance applications, solution extends transmission of signal bydistance of up to 900 ft within industrial setting.

SMA Connector Cables  cover frequencies from DC to 18 GHz.

SMA Connector Cables cover frequencies from DC to 18 GHz.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Sep 04, 2013 Available in 4, 5, 6, 9, and 12 in. lengths, 141SMR-Series Hand-Flex Cables feature 2 right-angle SMA connectors, minimizing bend radius at both connectors and saving space in assemblies with tight component configurations. Coaxial cables are hand formable to bend radii as small as 8 mm and maintain shape after bending. Constructed with FEP insulator jacket, cables feature return loss of 33 dB to 6 GHz and 21 dB to 18 GHz, as well as power handling of 546 W at 0.5 GHz and 90 W at 18 GHz.

Hand-Flex Coaxial Cables feature right-angle SMA connections.

Hand-Flex Coaxial Cables feature right-angle SMA connections.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Aug 01, 2013 Used for integrating coaxial components and sub-assemblies in tight spaces, 086 series includes 50 Ω, hand-formable, coaxial cables with single and double right-angle SMA connections. Characteristics include frequency range of DC to 18 GHz, return loss of 33 dB to 6 GHz and 21 dB to 18 GHz, and power handling capability of 200 W at 0.5 GHz and 35 W at 18 GHz. Along with bend-radius as small as 6 mm, cables feature FEP insulator jacket that reduces risk of accidental shorting.

Low-PIM Cable Assemblies offer stability and repeatability.

Low-PIM Cable Assemblies offer stability and repeatability.

San-Tron, Inc.    Ipswich, MA 01938
May 21, 2013 Serving PIM-sensitive environments though 6 GHz and military/avionics environments through 20 GHz, SRX™ cable assembliescombine eSeries coaxial connectors with SRX coaxial cables. Combination of PTFE with Rexolite™promotes holding capability, while solder step in manufacturinglends tostability. Deployment scenarios includein-cabinet, plenum-rated, short runs and jumper applications, long-haul cable runs, indoor use, outdoor use, and riser,with several interconnect options.

Coax Cable System supports high-speed data transmission.

Coax Cable System supports high-speed data transmission.

Samtec    New Albany, IN 47151 1147
Feb 28, 2013 Combining coax cable assembly and board level connector, FCF8/FCS8 System offers choice of 10, 20, or 30 total contacts on .0315 in. pitch, with outside contacts grounded to outer body shielding. Cable assembly features 38 AWG micro discrete wire coax cable, available in any length >3.00 in. Positive latching system, metal shielding for EMI protection, and standard weld tabs on surface mount connector make system suitablefor harsh environments.

SMA Cable Assemblies speed DUT connect/disconnect cycles.

SMA Cable Assemblies speed DUT connect/disconnect cycles.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Feb 27, 2013 Featuring male N-type connector, Quick Lock QBLxSMQ-NM+ Test Cable Assemblies fill wide range of N-to-SMA connection needs from DC to 18 GHz, with max power rating of 270 W at 1 GHz and 47 W at 18 GHz. Assemblies offer optimal electrical performance through 20,000 tough Flex Test™ cycles and 20,000 Quick Lock push on/pull off connection cycles. Available inlengths of 2, 3, or 6 ft as well as 1 m, cables are suited for use with 50 Ω N-type network analyzers.

Low PIM Coaxial Cable Jumpers support RF communications.

Pasternack Enterprises    Irvine, CA 92614
Jul 20, 2012 Available in in. flexible and superflexible versions, Corrugated Coaxial Cable Jumpers can be ordered in standard and custom lengths with 7/16 DIN and Type N connectors to meet requirements. Assemblies have injection molded boot on each connector, which provides added strain relief and weather sealing. Providing years of optimal PIM and VSWR performance, assemblies are suited for tower top jumpers, shelter/cabinet jumpers, antenna feed lines, and 2-way land mobile radio installations.

Industrial Cables offer aluminum armor option.

Belden CDT Inc.    St. Louis, MO 63105
Jul 06, 2012 Available on FOUNDATION Fieldbus/PROFIBUS PA, PROFIBUS DP, ControlNet Quad Shielded Coax, and Blue Hose Cable, Continuous Aluminum Armor Cladding eliminates need for conduit. Applied as continuous strip of aluminum, which is wrapped around cable and welded at seam, armor is MC-rated for crush resistance, impervious to fluid ingress, and suitable for installation in harsh and hazardous locations. Corrugation permits bending without kinking.

RF Cable Assemblies feature weatherproof Type N male plugs.

Amphenol Connex    Moorpark, CA 93021
Jun 25, 2012 Stocked in standard lengths from 3-48 in., Pre-Configured Type N RF Cable Assemblies are suited for outdoor wireless and broadband applications requiring stable performance up to 11 GHz. Units feature Nexcote plated Type N male connectors terminated to industry standard coaxial cable types. Flexible and low-loss cable types are available. For high-frequency applications, beyond 6 GHz, conformable semi-rigid cable options are also offered.

Custom Hybrid Cables facilitate remote radio head installation.

Custom Hybrid Cables facilitate remote radio head installation.

RF Industries    San Diego, CA 92126 4202
May 11, 2012 Suited for wireless carriers updating their networks to 4G technologies, WiMAX, LTE, etc., OptiFlex(TM) hybrid cabling solutions come in deployment lengths up to 550 ft with less than 10% voltage drop (based on radio power up to 950 W). Coax, multiple fiber, Ethernet, and power cables are bundled within rugged UV-, heat-, and moisture-resistant PVC outer jacket that can withstand harsh weather conditions or direct burial. Each custom, application-specific solution arrives pre-terminated.

Coaxial Cable Assemblies feature hand-formable design.

Coaxial Cable Assemblies feature hand-formable design.

Crystek Corp.    Fort Myers, FL 33913
Feb 07, 2012 Operating from DC to 26.5 GHz, CCSMA26.5-MM-086 Cable Assemblies provide attenuation value of 1.40 dB/ft at 26.5 GHz, and offer shielding effectiveness greater than 100 dB with operating temperature of -40 to +85C. Units are constructed with silver-plated copper wire conductor, tin-soaked copper outer braid, PTFE dielectric, and stainless steel SMA connectors with gold-plated brass center pin. Available in 3-12 in. lengths with 0.086 in. OD, cables have minimum single bend radius of 0.125 in.

Low-Loss RF Coaxial Cable Assemblies operate up to 18 GHz.

Low-Loss RF Coaxial Cable Assemblies operate up to 18 GHz.

Crystek Corp.    Fort Myers, FL 33913
Mar 03, 2011 Series LL335 Cable Assemblies come with high frequency SMA or N-Type connectors and feature stainless-steel solder-clamp construction and heavy-duty strain relief with neoprene jacket. They exhibit low loss with attenuation ratings of 0.03 dB/ft at 500 MHz and 0.20 dB/ft at 18 GHz. All cables offer min bend radius of 1.5 in., and available lengths include 36, 48, and 60 in. Shielding effectiveness is greater than -100 dB over operating range of -45 to +125C.

Flexible Coaxial Cables support DC to 18 GHz range.

Flexible Coaxial Cables support DC to 18 GHz range.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Feb 22, 2011 Suited for interconnection of coaxial components or sub-systems, 141 Series and 086 Series Hand-Flex Coaxial Cables include silver-plated copper-clad steel center conductor, which maintains shape after bending. Outer shield is copper braid, tin soaked, which minimizes signal leakage while enabling flexibility. Connectors have passivated stainless-steel coupling nut over gold-plated connector body. Jacketed and unjacketed options are available.




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