ConductRF Lab / Production Test Cables for DC to 40 GHz
ConductRF offers many lines of Lab &
Production RF Test solutions for DC to 40 GHz.
RF Cable lines feature standard connector choices include straight male, female,
and bulkhead, and right angle male. Standard interfaces include type-N, TNC, SMA,
3.5 mm, and 2.92 mm. Phase stable testing ±4° to 18 GHz, amplitude
stable to ±0.2 dB to 18 GHz, max power 170 W @ 18 GHz, flex
life over 10,000 cycles, cable loss <0.330 dB/ft @ 18 GHz, VSWR <
1.30:1 (typical < 1.20:1).
These cables can be purchased directly from
ConductRF VNA series provides customers with reliable ruggedized solutions for
lab and production vector network analyzer testing. With options for 18 GHz,
26.5 GHz, 40 GHz, 50 GHz & 70 GHz, these cables offer cost
leading alternatives to original OEM VNA cable solutions. VNA Series cables are
enhanced with a stainless steel spiral armor, providing protection from excess bending
and crushing forces. A black non-conductive outer cover completes the product. These
cables are phase stable during flexing and have an operating life cycle of up to
5,000 matings when correctly operated and maintained. Connector options available
for male and female interfaces include; 2.4mm, 2.92mm, 3.5mm, SMA and Type-N series.
NMD head options that mate to VNA port connectors are available for additional stability
for female interfaces in 2.4mm, 2.92mm, and 3.5mm series. These assemblies are fully
compatible with OEM VNA equipment and come with serialized test data to validate
ConductRF also offers RF Engineers a large selection of Hi Flex cable for vector
network analyzers (VNAs). We have standards for applications at
18-40 GHz, 50 GHz &
70 GHz. Our torque resistant connector heads and phase stable constructions
ensure great performance for many tests to come. Other key features include: 2.92 mm,
2.4 mm & 1.85 mm connector options, low VSWR & insertion loss,
low phase change with flexing, options available swept right angle connectors.
We Know, Results Count!
Low cost professional RF test cables designed to support major RF test labs:
Versatile solution; phase stable testing ±4° to 18 GHz, amplitude stable
to ±0.2 dB to 18 GHz, max power 170 W @ 18 GHz, flex life over
10,000 cycles, cable loss <0.330 dB/ft @ 18 GHz, VSWR < 1.30:1 (Typical <
Professional high frequency RF test cables. Connector choices include; SMA, Type-N,
3.5mm, 2.92mm, & 2.4mm. Key Features: Hi-frequency point to point cable, light
weight, rugged flexible cable, low loss <0.68 db/ft @ 40 GHz, low VSWR <
1.35:1 (Typical < 1.25:1), RF leakage >-100 dB to 18 GHz, temperature
rated from -55ºC to 125ºC.
Built in the USA
cables are one of our flag ship product capabilities and we are proud to build these
here at home in the United Stated
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.
Harnesses and assemblies with custom configurations, lengths and markings using
RF and mixed signal technologies.
Download our datasheets by clicking the pictures to the right for more information
or call us at
Test Solutions D38999
Solutions also make great
Solutions. ConductRF supports Custom Configurations for 1 to many.
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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 February 6, 2020