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Flexible RF Cables
Alternative to Semi-Rigid Cable
• DC to 18 GHz Solutions
• Low Loss & Low VSWR
• Multi-Layer 90 dB Screening
• Laminated PTFE Dielectric
• Operating Temp up to 125 ºC
• Meets requirements of MIL-C-17
• Broad Connector Choices
Download Datasheet HERE
|ConductRF's LSA cables provide one of the most optimum and cost effective
solutions for applications as diverse as alternatives to Semi-Rigid cabling, where complex
forming is required, to easy to install Jumper Cables inside densely packaged RF enclosures
where EMI is of concern.
Performance Swept R/A Cables - Using
our Low Profile SMA and Type-N "Swept Cable" configurations, ConductRF can provide R/A Assemblies
with no VSWR performance loss when compared with equivalent straight connector solutions.
It is common to produce R/A Assemblies with VSWR of 1.20:1 and under through 18 GHz.
Broad Connector Choice
LSA Cables are available on short lead-times in custom length and orientations using SMA,
Type-N, MCX, SMP, BNC, TNC and many more standard connector ranges. All finished cable assemblies
are 100% validated through VNA testing prior to delivery to factory or customer defined performance
High Performance Multi-Layer Shielded Cable
ConductRF provides two standard cable size options using our own cable; A28RFJ(ø 0.086") &
A29RFJ (ø 0.141"). These cables are built to with Multi-layer shielding consisting of
a silver plated spiraled tape layer over which is a tin plated copper braid. Oxygen Free High
Conductivity copper is used for Conductor and braid layers to maximize performance. Along
with a Low Loss laminated PTFE dielectric and an FEP Jacket, assemblies built with these cable
can operate with high stable performance in temperatures up to 125ºC.
Easy Part Number Build
1. Using our two common cable types, let us know if you want an LSA28 (ø 0.086")
or LSA29(ø 0.141") cable.
2. Then describe your preferred connector range selection and configuration.
3. Finally describe the length in the units of your choice.
Find Much More at
www.ConductRF.com ConductRF offers
two complete range of RF Connectors for Commercial & Mil/Aero applications. With
a wide array of cable assembly selections using ConductRF can help narrow down your needs
to the perfect solution for System of Test. Go to www.ConductRF.com and see our full range of capabilities. Alternatively
with your requirements and we will get back to you within 24 hours with your solution.
Note: LMR is a Times Microwave System Trade Mark. ConductRF
exclusively uses Times Microwave LMR products in the manufacturing of this series of cables.
ConductRF offers many more RF solutions
from applications up to 110 GHz.
ConductRF offers Straight & R/A Low PIM Connectors for 7/16, N, SMA, QMA, 4.1/9.5 and
4.3/10 interfaces. PIM levels vary depending on cable and configuration. We also offer Adapters.
Download our datasheets by clicking the pictures above for more detail of call us at +1 978 374 6840.
126 Merrimack Street
Methuen MA, 01844 - US
978 374 6840
About Conduct RF
ConductRF is the brand name for Electronic Assembly Mfg. Inc's complete RF interconnect
product line including cable assemblies. Operating out of Methuen, Massachusetts, EAM has
been in the RF Interconnect industry for nearly 20 years, successfully supporting high
performance solutions that require precision and expertise to bring to life. Our ConductRF
brand builds on this expertise with an expanded product offering, including both commercial
and precision RF coaxial connector ranges as well as the capability to support customized
solutions with our Application Engineering focus. We can provide diverse manufacturing solutions
with our capabilities in the U.S. as well as Asia from where support low cost volume coax
Posted July 31, 2017