Miniaturization and the quality of signal transmission are currently the key issues in industry, the military and medical technology. With an outer diameter of at least 0.034 inch / 0.86 mm, the miniature coaxial cables have since been developed up to 110 GHz. Recommended connectors: MMCX, SMP, Mini-SMP, SMA and 1.35mm
Due to the production of the thinnest wires, at least 50 meters come out of the extruder with our quality requirements. Due to the tightened quality controls with regard to capacity, we prefer to forego long lengths and focus on a well-adapted wave resistance.
Our standard rolls are 50 meters, 100 meters and 500 meters. Ask for the best roll with the smallest individual lengths.
|Article description||Impedance||Outer diameter||Loss at 1GHz|
|MK5001||50Ω||1,05 mm||2,4 dB/m|
|MMK5001||50Ω||0,53 mm||3,8 dB/m|
|MK7501||75Ω||1,10 mm||2,1 dB/m|
|CR34||50Ω||0,86 mm||1,58 dB/m|
Copper is the wire conductor in electrical engineering. In terms of stability, a steel core is often used. However, this can only be produced to a limited extent in miniaturization.
That is why we have silver-plated many cables with copper inner conductors.
The benefits are the lowest loss, the best corrosion resistance, very good solderability and the product is non-magnetic.
The products are getting smaller and smaller. This means that the demand for small and fine connectors is growing. For our subminiature cable series, we have qualified the SMP, SMP-Mini, GPO, GPPO and SMA series.
We can also convert the BNC series in our customer-specific manufacture.