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Pasternack outs RF cable assemblies up to 18GHz

18 Apr 2013

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A new line of semi-flexible, hand-formable coax cable assemblies up to 18GHz has recently been launched by RF cable assembly company Pasternack Enterprises Inc.

Pasternack's new formable RF cable assemblies are hand formable semi-rigid replacements that are an ideal alternative to costly preformed coaxial assemblies. These semi-rigid cables are dimensionally and electrically similar to their semi-rigid counterpart and have a tinned-copper-braid outer shield that provides excellent RF shielding, greater than 100dB. The cable assemblies do not require special tooling to shape or reshape the assemblies and can be formed more than once without damaging the outer conductor. They are also 100 per cent Hi-Pot, continuity, and 100 per cent VSWR tested to the maximum frequency of assembly.

The RF cable assemblies are available with multiple configurations including male and female genders of SMA, N, TNC, MCX and MMCX connectors. Frequency ratings for these formable precision assemblies range from DC to 18GHz depending on type and style. They can be ordered in 6, 9, 12, 18 and 24 inch standard lengths, but are also available in custom lengths that ship the same-day. All of the formable semi-rigid coaxial cable assemblies are available with or without a PVC jacket and are RoHS compliant.

For more information, visit Pasternack.

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