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50 Ohm 0.085" Durchmesser RF 50 GHz Kabelkonfektion

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  • Impedanz: 50 Ω
  • Frequenzbereich: DC bis 50 GHz (2,40 mm), DC bis 40 GHz (2,92 mm)
  • Ausbreitungsgeschwindigkeit: 70 %
  • Kapazität: 96 pF/Meter
  • Zeitverzögerung: 4,75 ns/Meter
  • VSWR: max. 1.4:1
  • Steckverlust: Siehe RF085-Graph
  • Strombelastbarkeit: Siehe RF085-Graph
  • Biegeradius: mind. 13,2 mm
  • Betriebstemperatur: -65 ºC bis +125 ºC
  • Kabeltyp: .085, Harbour SS405 (verlustarme, flexible Alternative zu halbstarrem)
  • Verfügbar Standard mit 2.40 mm (50 GHz) und 2.92 mm (40 GHz) Kabel-Ssteckern
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