Armored 18 GHz low-loss RF coaxial cable assemblies introduced by Crystek

FORT MYERS, Fla., 16 Jan. 2011. Crystek Corp. in Fort Myers, Fla., is introducing ruggedized versions of its LL142 low-loss RF cable assemblies by incorporating a spiraled stainless steel casing and extra fortification with a Neoprene jacket to eliminate failures caused by cable flexion and compression.

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FORT MYERS, Fla., 16 Jan. 2011. Crystek Corp. in Fort Myers, Fla., is introducing ruggedized versions of its LL142 low-loss RF cable assemblies by incorporating a spiraled stainless steel casing and extra fortification with a Neoprene jacket to eliminate failures caused by cable flexion and compression.

At 18 GHz, the armored LL142 rugged cable assemblies feature attenuation of 0.36 dB per foot and VSWR characteristics of less than 1.3. Crystek's armored LL142 Series cables offer shielding effectiveness of greater than -110 dB with an operating temperature range of -55 to 85 degrees Celsius; extended range of -55 to 125 C available through special order.

The cables feature rugged stainless-steel solder-clamp construction and a minimum bend radius of 1.5 inches with minimal spring-back. The armored LL142 cables (model number CCASMA-MM-LL142-xx) are available in four standard lengths: 24, 36, 48, and 60 inches, with SMA male to SMA male connectors. Custom lengths and configurations (Type N and TNC connectors) are also available.

For more information contact Crystek online at www.crystek.com.

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