WALLINGFORD, Conn. – Times Microwave Systems, an Amphenol company in Wallingford, Conn., is introducing the TF-047 micro-coaxial cable for high-density and high-frequency applications that require small size, such as quantum computing, semiconductor test, and mobile devices.
The TF-047 is for easy routing in space-constrained areas, with an overall diameter of 0.055 in inches and can support tight bends of as much as 0.2 inches. TF-047 is optimized to perform from DC to 50 GHz.
The lightweight TF-047 micro-coaxial cable weighs a maximum of 3.77 pounds per 1000 feet, and is available with push-on and threaded connectors.
It is for board-to-board, backplane and crossover box-box/inside-the-box connectivity, bench/production tests, troubleshooting setup, signal fanout and ATE in semiconductor manufacturing.
The TF-047 will also be useful in quantum computing for external and internal RF lines, and in laptop computers, tablet computers, and audio/video products.
For more information contact Times Microwave online at https://timesmicrowave.com/cables/tf-047-coax-cable/.