1-millimeter flexible cables for radar, test bench, and microwave radio introduced by Fairview

ALLEN, Texas – Fairview Microwave Inc. in Allen, Texas, is introducing a line of 1-millimeter flexible cables for use in radar, test bench, millimeter wave radio and microwave radio applications.

Jun 22nd, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

ALLEN, Texas – Fairview Microwave Inc. in Allen, Texas, is introducing a line of 1-millimeter flexible cables for use in radar, test bench, millimeter wave radio and microwave radio applications.

The cables, which operate to 110 GHz, are for military radar testing, automotive radar testing, Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) testing, and semiconductor probe testing.

The cables deliver precise test results using coaxial cable and 1-millimeter stainless steel connector interfaces. The coax cable is covered by a non-conductive Nomex, light-duty armored outer sleeve that protects the small, 0.27-inch diameter VNA cable and improves durability during flexure.

These VNA cables feature 50 Ohm impedance, phase/amplitude stability under flexure, and a maximum voltage wave standing ratio (VSWR) of 1.5:1.

These test cables operate in temperatures from -65 to 125 degrees Celsius, are RoHS and REACH compliant, and are available in standard 6- and 12-inch lengths with male-to-male or male-to-female configurations off-the-shelf.

For more information contact Fairview Microwave online at www.fairviewmicrowave.com.

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