Robust N Type interface with threaded coupling

FEATURES

  • 3 GHz or 18 GHz performance options
  • Straight, right-angle or bulkhead
  • RG 174/316/178/58, or .178" and .277" low loss microwave cable assemblies available

Products

RF180

50 Ohm, RF Microwave Cable Assembly

Features
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Frequency Range: DC to 18 GHz (SMA & TNCA)
  • Velocity of Propagation: 80%
  • Capacitance: 82 pF/meter
  • Time Delay: 4.1 ns/meter
  • VSWR: 1.35:1 Max (SMA & TNCA), 1.45:1 Max (SMA Right-Angle Plug & TNCA Right-Angle Plug)
  • Insertion Loss: See RF180 Graph
  • Power Handling: See RF180 Graph
  • Bend Radius: 24.8 mm Min.
  • Operating Temp: -65 ºC to +125 ºC
  • .178 (16 AWG) low-loss flexible, microwave cable
50 Ohm, RF Microwave Cable Assembly

RF280

50 Ohm, RF Microwave Cable Assembly

Features
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Frequency Range: DC to 18 GHz
  • Velocity of Propagation: 83%
  • Capacitance: 82 pF/meter
  • Time Delay: 4.0 ns/meter
  • VSWR: 1.35:1 Max, 1.45:1 Max (Right-Angle Plug)
  • Insertion Loss: See RF280 Graph
  • Power Handling: See RF280 Graph
  • Bend Radius: 38.1 mm Min
  • Operating Temp: -65 ºC to +125 ºC
  • .277 (11 AWG) low-loss flexible, microwave cable
50 Ohm, RF Microwave Cable Assembly

RF174

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 174 Cable

Features
  • VSWR: See RF174 Graph
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 25.4 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 101 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -20 ºC to +80 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 6 GHz max (cable & connector dependent)
  • Insertion Loss: See RF174 Graph
  • 24 AWG, RG 174 cable
  • Single or double ended
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 174 Cable

RF316

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 316 Cable

Features
  • VSWR: See RF316 Graph
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 12.8 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 96 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -50 ºC to +165 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 6 GHz max (cable & connector dependent)
  • Insertion Loss: See RF316 Graph
  • 24 AWG, RG 316 cable
  • Single or double ended
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 316 Cable

RF178

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 178 Cable

Features
  • VSWR: See RF178 Graph
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 10.2 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 96 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -50 ºC to +165 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 5 GHz Max. (cable & connector dependent)
  • Insertion Loss: See RF178 Graph
  • 28 AWG, RG 178 cable
  • Single or double ended
  • Non-magnetic options available for medical and aerospace applications
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 178 Cable

RF058

50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 58 Cable

Features
  • VSWR: See RF058 Graph
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 49.5 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 102 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -50 ºC to +90 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 1 GHz max (cable & connector dependent)
  • Insertion Loss: See RF058 Graph
  • 20 AWG, RG 58 cable
  • Available with SMA, TNC and N Type terminations
  • Single or double ended
50 Ohm RF Cable Assembly, RG 58 Cable

GRF1H-C

5.00 mm 50 Ohm Ganged Hybrid Micro-Miniature RF Plug, Cable Assembly

Features
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Bend Radius: 12.8 mm Min
  • Capacitance: 96 pF/meter
  • Operating Temp: -50 ºC to +165 ºC
  • Frequency Range: 6 GHz max (cable & connector dependent)
  • 24 AWG, RG 316 cable
  • High-performance, rugged contact
  • 5.00 mm (.1969") pitch
  • Optional captive panel screws
  • Double ended
5.00 mm 50 Ohm Ganged Hybrid Micro-Miniature RF Plug, Cable Assembly

PRF06

Precision N Type Cable Connector

Features
  • N Type precision RF cable connectors
  • Prints available
  • 3 GHz solutions available: NTPE-CA Series
  • Contact Samtec's RF Group for more information.
Precision N Type Cable Connector

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