These test cables are ideal for applications involving vacuum chambers, climatic chambers, thermal shock chambers, and vibration/shock equipment.
Low PIM switches by Dow-Key are now available in SPDT, DPDT and SP6T configurations with SMA or N-type connectors. These switches are specifically designed to 3rd order IM requirements below -160 dBc; at 1870 MHz and at approximately +43 dBm with carrier frequencies 1930 MHz and 1990 MHz.
The CTS10EL89 is a coaxial cable driver with internal input pull-down resistors and a 375ps propagation delay. It’s well suited for digital video applications as each of its outputs can be used as an independent driver.
This new series of coaxial connectors offers very low PIM, light weight, and compact sizes to meet the increasingly stringent standards in the telecommunications market. They feature high screening efficiency, electrical contact protection against accidental hits, IEC standardization, a weight that is 60% lighter when compared to bigger RF interfaces, and more.
Millimeter Wave Product Inc’s 411 series of waveguide to end-launch adapters cover the 12.4 to 110GHz frequency range. They’re ideal for applications involving broadband systems, test equipment, and power measurements and have been designed to allow an efficient method of adapting rectangular waveguides to an in-line coaxial connector.
By applying high-voltage resistive ink banding using a patented banding process, these medical connectors are able to withstand the 5,000 VDC hi-pot breakdown required for defibrillation monitoring and medical diagnostic equipment.
The minibendTM series of flexible coaxial cables is comprised of four different models with variations in frequency ranges, insertion loss, and more. Each cable has been triple-shielded for high isolation and eliminates the need for right angle connectors. This page provides an overview of those models and their features and specifications.
This test cable offers phase, amplitude and temperature stability for applications involving production, lab settings, and testing. It has a maximum frequency of 32 GHz, 50 Ω nominal impedance, an 86.5% nominal propagation velocity, -110 dB (min) shielding effectiveness, and much more.