Optoelectronics & Fiber Optics


The GB Series cables are a flexible alternative to semi-rigid cables. They use the same connectors and assembly tooling used for .086 and .141 versions. These cables offer a solution to situations where compact interconnects are needed. By using the GB series cables you eliminate the cost of design and drawings which semi-rigid cables would require.

This L-Band RF Analog Fiber Optic Transmitter features a wide bandwidth of 800 MHz to 2250 MHz, a high dynamic range, WDW compatibility, a low noise RF front-end, and more.

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.

Interconnect Cables - Low Loss, Low VSWR for Integrated Systems: MegaPhase manufactures high performance coaxial cables using GrooveTube® technology for high power and phase-defined systems, including electronic warfare, telecommunications equipment and many other RF platforms operating on the ground, sea, air and space.

This Wide Band 12 GHz RF/Fiber Optic Receiver has a 1.0 MHz to 12 GHz bandwidth and has an operating wavelength of 800 nm to 1650 nm.

This super-flexible test cable is made with our industry-leading GrooveTube® technology outer conductor, recognized for superior phase and amplitude performance under flexure. Uses include spacecraft and component test applications. Only low outgassing materials are used (NASA RP 1124) and connectors are vented for vacuum compatibility. Cable is thermal-cycled prior to shipment.

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.

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.