Pasternack Releases New Low Profile High Performance Right Angle Test Cables Up to 27 GHz

IRVINE, CA --- Pasternack introduces an all new family of flexible high performance right angle test cables with low profile design. This release consists of 16 unique assemblies covering a frequency range from DC to 27 GHz for the SMA versions and DC to 18 GHz for the Type-N and TNC terminated cables.

Pasternack's flexible high performance right angle test cables have a low profile design and are rated up to 27 GHz. The right angle SMA and Type-N connectors incorporate an internal radius design that optimizes performance in a low profile configuration. These test cables are also available in 0.086" and 0.141" diameter double shielded, silver plated copper braid over silver plated copper tape, coax designs. Our PE-141FLEX is a flexible cable alternate to RG402, 0.141" diameter semi-rigid coax, and has a solid PTFE dielectric resulting in 69.5% phase velocity. PE-086FLEX is a flexible cable alternate to RG405, 0.086" diameter semi-rigid coax. The smooth wall formed by the braid over spiral ribbon design allows for a flexible cable that has similar performance to a solid wall semi-rigid cable.

These new high performance right angle versions from Pasternack have typical VSWR of 1.25:1, low insertion loss, and also boast high isolation in excess of 90 dB. Additionally, Pasternack's new cable assemblies have an operating temperature range of -40° to +150°C and stainless steel connectors that have a minimum lifespan of 500 mating cycles.

The new low profile SMA, TNC and Type-N test cables from Pasternack are in-stock and ready to ship now. For more detailed information, visit http://www.pasternack.com/pages/RF-Microwave-and-Millimeter-Wave-Products/flexible-high-performance-right-angle-test-cables-with-low-profile-design.html
 

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