Industry standard RG 316, double shielded RG 316, RG 174, RG 178 and RG 58 cables with mix-and-match end options.

FEATURES

  • Performance up to 6 GHz
  • 20, 26 or 30 AWG cables
  • Wide variety of mix-and-match cable terminations
  • Single ended or double ended cable assemblies
  • Single ended or double ended cable assemblies
  • Cable connector kits available
  • 50 ohm cable adaptors available (see ADP5 Series)
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications

SERIES

RF058

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 58 Cable

Features
  • 20 AWG, RG 58 cable
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Available with SMA, TNC and N Type terminations
  • Single or double ended
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 58 Cable

RF174

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 174 Cable

Features
  • 26 AWG, RG 174 cable
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Single or double ended
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 174 Cable

RF178

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 178 Cable

Features
  • 30 AWG, RG 178 cable
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Single or double ended
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 178 Cable

RF316

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 316 Cable

Features
  • 26 AWG, RG 316 cable
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Single or double ended
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 316 Cable

RS316

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, Double Shielded RG 316 Cable

Features
  • Double Shielded, 26 AWG, RG cable
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Available with SMA termination
  • Single or double ended
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, Double Shielded RG 316 Cable

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