Products and Services

  1. Tower Series Corrugated Antenna Feeder & Jumper Cables
    3/11/2011

    The Tower Series cable uses a Low Loss Polyethylene Foam with very low dielectric losses resulting in low attenuation of RF power. Used as antenna feeders, cabling of antenna arrays, radio equipment interconnections, jumper assemblies or indoor applications, the Tower Series cable provide a good solution for many wireless applications.

  2. Phase Defined Cable: GrooveTube® 5 Series
    3/11/2011

    This system cable is made with our industry-leading GrooveTube® technology and is used in any application where low loss and/or phase stability are critical. Uses include phased array radar, electronic warfare radar systems, antenna feed cable, EMC lab test cable and high reliability interconnects. Our rugged construction resists torque, pull and crush forces.

  3. LMR Low Loss Cables: TowerFlex Series
    3/11/2011

    MegaPhase’s Low Loss TowerFlex Series coaxial cables feature a closed micro-cell polyethylene dielectric anprovide an excellent flexible solution for communication systems. Low Loss Tower Series Cables are cost effective and are available with most standard RF/Microwave connectors including SMA, Type N and TNC . Standard jacketing is UV Resistant Polyethylene.

  4. RG Cable Assemblies
    3/11/2011

    Standard RG types of cable assemblies are available in a variety of connector configurations to meet your specific applications. Common connectors include SMA, F, BNC, TNC, and N. MegaPhase uses only MIL-DTL-17 rated coaxial cable ranging in small diameters, such as RG178, to large diameters, such as RG214.

  5. Low-Loss Cables For High Frequency Testing
    12/8/2008

    The Low-Loss High-Frequency flexible cables from A.H. Systems are the preferred choice over standard cable types. With improved power handling, low VSWR, and high frequency capabilities, the Low-Loss cables can be made to your specified length and delivered in two days.

  6. Conformable Jumper Hand Formable Cables: MegaForm
    3/11/2011

    The CC086 and CC141 cables are an alternative to semi-rigid cables. These cable assemblies can be hand formed in-place for applications such as cabinet interconnects. By doing so, you eliminate the cost of design and drawings which semi-rigid cables would require.

  7. Fiber Optic Switching Systems
    5/21/2009
    Dow-Key is excited to announce a new addition to their switching product line – Model 7001 – which is the first in Dow-Key Microwave's series of fiber optic switching systems.
  8. Semi-Rigid Cables
    3/11/2011

    The Semi-Rigid series cables range from .034 - .250 in diameter. All of the Semi-Rigid Cable used are MIL-17C qualified, with tin plated copper outer conductor. The SR series cables are typically custom built assemblies and formed to your specifications. These assemblies are capable of frequencies up to 50 GHz with precision connectors.