RF Cable Assemblies Meet Military Standards

Fairview Microwave’s military-grade MIL-DTL-17 RF cable assemblies feature operating frequencies up to 12.4 GHz and VSWR as low as 1.3:1 per connector. The series is made up of six different cable types in 124 basic configurations for a total of more than 1,200 part numbers that are all available for same-day shipment with test reports. They are constructed of MIL-C-17 qualified cable, MIL-PRF-39012 qualified connectors, J-STD soldering and AS23053 heat shrink.

 

These commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) cable assemblies are 100% tested and come complete with test data, test report and material lot traceability. They are suitable for the aerospace, defense, transportation and telecommunications industries, or any area where there is a high cost-of-failure. For more details, specs, and illumination, checkout the datasheet and/or call 972-649-6678.

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