MegaPhase’s 75-ohm BT Series test cables are ideal alternative solutions to expensive OEM cables for bench-top testing of CATV products. These test cables feature rugged GrooveTube® construction for stability under flexure and for repeatable measurements between calibrations. Phase matched and/or color coded options are provided to help set up proper interconnections.
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.
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.
The Warrior Cable® with internally armored GrooveTube® technology, is a field proven design that provides repeatable and dependable performance in extreme conditions for electronic countermeasures, SATCOM and EW systems. In addition to stability under vibration and flexure, it also features excellent shielding effectiveness to avoid conflict with adjacent signals.
MegaPhase's SL series cable is a rugged armored cable assembly for on-site field testing using portable network analyzers. This assembly is torque, crush, and weather resistant for rugged production environments while offering GrooveTube® performance.
The Killer Bee™ 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.
Highly mobile shelters deployed in harsh environments rely on the high connectivity, security, and other benefits that an RF-over-Fiber system has to offer. HUBER+SUHNER provides fiber optic cables that allow for shelters to be positioned far away from the antennas, yet still ensure that antenna links and the shelter are secure. These fiber optic cables are also able to reduce the cable footprint of the application, making the solution lighter in weight, higher in mobility, and dramatically speed up and simplify installation and maintenance.
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