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The best method for carrying RF signals within a system from one connection to the next is using coaxial cable assemblies. They can also be used for I/O connections and to link external antennas to wireless modules, although they are most frequently used to connect printed circuit boards (PCBs) to other PCBs.
Depending on the configuration (male (plug) to male, female to male, male to female), orientation (straight, right-angle), and mounting (bulkhead) options, assemblies can range in length from 0.98 inches (25 mm) to 1200 inches (100 feet).
Standard assemblies are able to satisfy the particular design requirements of diverse applications across markets thanks to these characteristics and special design features.
Additional phase-stable and low-loss test cables (ATC-PS) are included in our line of high-performance precision test cables.
The Global Coaxial Cable Assemblies Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
There are currently four new cable series available:.085″ O.D. cables without jackets,.085″ O.D. cables with jackets, and.141″ O.D. cables both with and without jackets. The jacketed variations of these formable cables are ideal for usage in applications where a short inside an enclosure could be caused by the cable’s outside conductor.
All of the cables in the four new cable series come with different pairings of male and female BNC, Type-N, SMA, and TNC coaxial connectors, as well as bulkhead and right-angle mounting choices.
These innovative formable cables are ideal for use in layout and design of pre-bent semi-rigid assemblies as well as a variety of test, research and development, and production applications. By making these new assemblies readily available, they can quickly satisfy the customers’ demanding requirements for excellent performance.
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