Flexible Coaxial Cable

  • Flexible coax cable construction includes solid, foamed, and proprietary low-dielectric constant materials, combined with precise closed-loop-control production processes.
  • These specialized manufacturing processes allow for the creation of coaxial cables that exceed the performance of normal coax cables. These cables have a wide variety of ground-based satellites, wireless broadband, robotics, medicine, telecommunications, etc.

Our flexible coaxial cable assemblies are MIL-C-17/LMR compliant and constructed with solid, foamed and proprietary low-dielectric constant membranes. That can withstand any environment you throw at them; your signal will be secure no matter what!

Flexible coaxial cable is the single most important element to every field of engineering. They are used for wireless broadband, test systems, ground-based satellites, and antennas; electronics warfare defence automotive robotic medicated telecommunication microwave.

Coax connector options Cable performance ranges Cable configurations
Our cables can be terminated to a wide range of connectors such as SMA, N, BNC, TNC, G4PO, SMB, SMC, SMP, SMPM, SSMA, GPO, GPPO, G3PO, MCX, MMCX, 1.0 mm, 2.4 mm, 2.9 mm, 3.5 mm. Direct-to-board fine wire connections to 0.175 mm are available. Insertion Loss: Less than 1 dB @ 40 GHz Power Capability: 1000 CW @ 5 GHz Frequency: DC – 70 GHz The velocity of Propagation: Up to 90% Phase Stability: Less than 5° through 40 GHz (flexure & temperature) Delay & Phase Matching: ≤ ± 1° per GHz, (≤ ± 3 ps delay matching) Coax (16 AWG – 52 AWG)

CONNECTOR OPTIONS

N, BNC, TNC, SMB, SMC, SMA, SMP, SMPM, SSMA, GPO, GPPO, G3PO, G4PO, MCX, MMCX, 1.0 mm, 2.4 mm, 2.9 mm, 3.5 mm Direct to board fine wire attachment to .175 mm also available.

PERFORMANCE RANGES

Frequency Insertion Loss Velocity of Propagation
DC – 70 GHz < 1 dB @ 40 GHz Coax (16 AWG – 52 AWG)
Phase Stability Delay & Phase Matching Power Capability
< 5° through 40 GHz (flexure & temperature) ≤ ± 1° per GHz (≤ ± 3 ps delay matching) 1000 CW @ 5 GHz