Micro High-Frequency 50 Ohm Cable Assemblies

Micro high-frequency system for use when performance and space limitations are a concern.

FEATURES

  • Performance up to 26.5 GHz
  • Semi-flexible cables at .086" or .141" DIA
  • Flexible .047" DIA cable with HMHF1 termination
  • 23 AWG or 25 AWG rugged, solid dielectric microwave cables
  • SMA 2.92 terminations to 26.5 GHz
  • SMP terminations to 20 GHz
  • SMA and Bulls Eye® terminations also available

SERIES

MH081

Micro High Frequency RF Cable Assembly, 0.81 mm DIA Coax Cable

Features
  • 36 AWG, 0.81 mm (.032") diameter cable
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Available with MHF1 type plug, MHF3 type plug or SMA bulkhead jack terminations
  • U.FL and W.FL types
  • Performance up to 3 GHz
Micro High Frequency RF Cable Assembly,  0.81 mm DIA Coax Cable

MH113

Micro High Frequency RF Cable Assembly, 1.13 mm DIA Coax Cable

Features
  • 32 AWG, 1.13 mm (.045") diameter cable
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Available with MHF1 type plug or SMA bulkhead jack terminations
  • U.FL type
  • Performance up to 3 GHz
Micro High Frequency RF Cable Assembly,  1.13 mm DIA Coax Cable

RF047

50 Ohm .047" Diameter RF Flexible Cable Assembly

Features
  • 28 AWG, CCA 047 (.047") cable
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Available with SMA and HMHF1 terminations
  • U.FL compatible plug to 500 cycles (HMHF1)
50 Ohm .047" Diameter RF Flexible Cable Assembly

RF402

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 19 AWG Semi-Flexible Cable

Features
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • 19 AWG hand-formable, semi-flexible cable (.141" DIA)
  • Straight or right-angle SMA plug cable terminations
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 19 AWG Semi-Flexible Cable

RF405

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 24 AWG Semi-Flexible Cable

Features
  • Performance up to 40 GHz
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • 24 AWG hand-formable, semi-flexible cable (.086" DIA)
  • Straight or right-angle SMA or SMP plug cable terminations
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, 24 AWG Semi-Flexible Cable

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