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Standard Cable Assemblies
ConductRF's latest innovation is
Hi-Frequency RF Jumper
Cables with 2.92mm, 2.4mm or 1.85mm connectors as standard. This assemblies use our
optimized direct solder attached connectors and our superior double shielded hi-frequency
A61SW flexible cable with shielding effectiveness greater than -100dB. These cables are
design to support the latest requirements for 5G telecom applications for cross connecting
modules, but can equally be used in any field where hi-frequency jumper cables are required.
- SMA to 27 GHz
- 3.5 mm to 34 GHz
- 2.92 mm to 40 GHz
- 2.4 mm to 50 GHz
- 1.85 mm to 67 GHz
- Also SMP, SMPM & SMPS
- D38999 & Vita67 Multi-port
Flexible Low Loss RF cables with direct solder connectors. Custom marking available
ConductRF's principle U.S. manufacturing location is in Methuen, MA, where we maintain
a highly skilled team of technicians and skilled production staff. Our factory is ISO9001
certified and also ITAR registered.
SiteFlex Cables in Stock
Newark and all element14 entities have on hand stock of many standard
SiteFlex Cables. Click on the Logo to be taken to Newark's product list.
126 Merrimack Street
Methuen MA, 01844 - US
Telephone: +1 978 374 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 production requirements.
Posted January 12, 2018