HSI's Extraordinarily Phase Stable Cable Assemblies Demoed at IMS 2015


Scottsdale, AZ – Delivering phase stability of < 1.5° and insertion loss of < 0.9 dB per foot @ 40 GHz while wrapped around a 2”mandrel, High Speed Interconnects’ custom, flexible cable assemblies are ready for a variety of RF/microwave applications. At the 2015 International Microwave Show in Phoenix, Arizona, HSI will be providing a live demonstration of their coaxial cable performance at booth #610.



Offering equivalent, if not better performance to conformable and even semi-rigid cables, HSI's coaxial cable extrusion capabilities range from 16 AWG to 52 AWG and can be terminated to a wide range of high performance connectors such as SMAs, SMPs, SSMAs, MMCXs, or other finer pitch terminations. These ultra-highperformance, flexible cables can withstand less than 0.25 inch bend radiuses and exceed 90% velocity of propagation.



To learn more, visit HSI at booth 610 or go to: www.highspeedint.com.



About High Speed Interconnects

High Speed Interconnects (HSI) is a designer, extruder, and manufacturer of custom micro-coaxial and coaxial cable assemblies. Headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ, and with facilities in Portland, OR, HSI is one of a few manufacturers extruding its own high-performance coaxial cable and is the exclusive cable assembly manufacturer using a new expanded PTFE (ePTFE) called VP90. HSI’s low-loss, low-capacitance, phase-stable, coaxial interconnect solutions are available in a variety of cable constructions. These constructions include circular and micro-coaxial cable assemblies down to 0.3 mm pitch and fine wire, direct-to-board assemblies down to 0.175 mm. For more information, visit www.highspeedint.com.



Company Contact:

Antonio De La Rosa

High Speed Interconnects

antoniod@highspeedint.com

480-998-2540



Agency Contact:

Molly Heyward

Strand Marketing

mheyward@strandmarketing.com

978-463-0780



High Speed Interconnects

8777 N Gainey Center, 136

Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Phone: 480-998-2540

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