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.
MegaPhase's CM series cable is a small diameter, super flexible, lightweight cable to be used for Chipset test and measurement, and testing of lightweight discrete components.
The universal cable kit contains the tools to properly terminate 3 different length cable sub-assemblies with various connector combinations as specified below. The brass, nickel plated adapters have gold plated center contacts and are housed in their own separate case. They can be easily removed with your fingertips in a work area or out in the field. The adapter kit and cables are then housed in a rugged sealed case.
MegaPhase offers low-density, dielectric Survivor Series test cables specifically designed for the needs of lab technicians. The cable assemblies offer excellent shielding effectiveness, high crush resistance, and are constructed using flexible stainless steel armor designed to handle rigorous test environments.
MegaPhase's VN series cable is a rugged precision test cable to be used on Microwave Network Analyzers and similar test equipment. Our VN series cable utilizes GrooveTube® technology and features the best phase and amplitude stability for repeatable accurate measurements.
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.
This hybrid cable system is ideal for Fiber to the Antenna (FTTA) installations at cell sites, and has been proven to cut installation time in half when compared to other hybrid solutions based on corrugated coax cable designs.
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.
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