Microwave Cables Exhibit Low Attenuation

Nov. 9, 2004
Touting the lowest attenuation available among industry cable offerings, the SLA series microwave cables match the maximum frequency ranges of standard connectors including N type, SMA, 2.92 mm, and 1.85 mm. Low attenuation is said to be the result of

Touting the lowest attenuation available among industry cable offerings, the SLA series microwave cables match the maximum frequency ranges of standard connectors including N type, SMA, 2.92 mm, and 1.85 mm. Low attenuation is said to be the result of using silver-plated inner and outer conductors and a micro-porous, PTFE dielectric material. By combining a helically-served flat braid with a second, 97% minimum coverage round braid, the cables exhibit a phase stability and shielding effectiveness of less than 100 dB. Additional characteristics include a loss of 19.5 dB over a distance of 100? at 18 GHz with reliable phase and temperature stability. Pricing ranges from $3.89 to $13.26/ft. depending on size and quantity. SEMFLEX INC., Mesa, AZ. (800) 778-4401.

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