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High-Performance Microwave Cable with Copper Foil Shielding

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  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Frequency Range: DC to 50 GHz (2.40 mm & SMPM), DC to 40 GHz (2.92 mm)
  • Velocity of Propagation: 70%
  • Capacitance: 84 pF/meter
  • Time Delay: 4.75 ns/meter
  • VSWR: 1.4:1 Max (2.92 mm & 2.40 mm), DC to 26.5 GHz: 1.2:1 Max (SMPM), 26.5 GHz to 50 GHz: 1.4:1 Max (SMPM)
  • Insertion Loss: See RF23C Graph
  • Power Handling: See RF23C Graph
  • Bend Radius: 3.18 mm Min
  • Operating Temp: -65 ºC to +125 ºC
  • 23 AWG solid dielectric low loss microwave cable
  • End 2 options: 2.92 mm, 2.40 mm
  • Optimized signal integrity with additional copper foil shielding
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