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IJ5H

4.00 mm IsoRate® 50 Ohm High-Isolation Hybrid Ganged RF Cable Assembly

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Features

  • Insertion Loss: See IJ5H Report
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 12.8 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 96 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -50 ºC to +165 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 9.5 GHz max
  • Insertion Loss: See IJ5H Report
  • 24 AWG, RG 316 cable
  • 90% performance at 50% cost of traditional RF
  • 4.00 mm (.1575") pitch
  • Rugged positive latching
  • IsoRate® or traditional RF end two options
  • Rows: Single
  • Positions: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8
  • Cable length: up to 1 meter
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