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.
HUBER+SUHNER’s SMPM-T connector combines a MIL-STD-348 SMPM female interface connector with a retractable threaded nut. The result is unmatched electrical stability to 67 GHz in even the most demanding environments.
These 50 Ohm plenum rated coaxial cable assemblies feature low loss, low PIM, and a 10 year warranty. They are an ideal in-building solution for PIM-sensitive installations and system interconnects (up to 18 GHz), and meet UL 910 fire resistance requirements for plenum rated applications.
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.
MegaPhase’s PIM series cable assembly has a 4 GHz maximum frequency, 50 Ω nominal impedance, a 69% nominal propagation velocity, 1.47 ns/ft time delay, -110 dB (minimum) shielding effectiveness, and 165 (dBc minimum) passive intermodulation.
Rotary Joints are used to transmit stationary RF line energy to a rotating RF line. API Technologies offers precision RF rotary joints with SMA, N, TNC, and 2.92 connector options.
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.
HUBER+SUHNER’s MMPX series of 80 Gbps snap-on connectors now has a low loss cable option, the MINIBEND L. It uses microporous dielectric in order to achieve its low insertion loss and can operate at up to 50 GHz.