RF Industries’ Plenum-Rated Low-PIM Cable Assemblies for DAS

RF Industries’ plenum-rated low-PIM cable assemblies for in-building distributed antenna systems incorporate Mini DIN connectors. The 4.1/9.5 (Mini) DIN connector interface is essentially a compact version of the 7/16 DIN for applications on DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) and wireless infrastructures. RF Industries manufactures 4.1/9.5 (Mini) DIN male connectors and terminates them onto Times Microwave plenum-rated low-PIM cablesRead More

Five Things to Know About Semi-Rigid Cable Assemblies

Steve Ellis of Pasternack shares five things to know about semi-rigid cable assemblies. In its most basic form, a semi-rigid cable assembly is a coaxial transmission line consisting of a metal tube, typically made from copper, which forms the outer conductor with a metal wire conductor running down the center of the tube. The centerRead More

Fairview Microwave Low-Loss LL335i and LL142 Cable Assemblies

Fairview Microwave low-loss LL335i and LL142 cable assemblies are rated to 18GHz, making them ideal for rugged test environments. Fairview Microwave introduced a new line of low-loss test cables using LL335i and LL142 coax. Rated to 18 GHz, these new low-loss cable assemblies are ideal for test environments where a rugged, phase-stable cable assembly isRead More

RF Industries’ Cable Assemblies for DAS Applications

RF Industries’ cable assemblies for DAS applications use Times Microwave SPP-250-LLPL and TFT-402-LF flexible cables to meet requirements of in-building DAS applications. Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) in buildings use large numbers of coaxial cable assemblies with special requirements. The assemblies need to efficiently transfer the RF signal (low loss), reduce the occurrence of interference causedRead More

Choosing the Right RF Cable Assembly

October 2013 – Because coaxial cable assemblies are so vital to such a wide range of systems, from rugged ground-based electronic systems to satellites orbiting in space, the selection process for those cables should not be treated lightly. Choosing the right coaxial cable assembly is easier when you know what to look for in a high-frequency or high-speed coaxial cable assembly.

Pasternack’s Armored RF Coaxial Test Cables

New Line for Pasternack’s Armored RF Coaxial Test Cables Pasternack Enterprises introduced an all-new line of flexible, armored SMA and Type-N test cables, designed to handle harsh industrial environments common in production test systems and antenna ranges. Pasternack’s armored test cables utilize stainless steel connector construction, with the SMA designed to operate to 20 GHzRead More

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