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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents The Story of MICRO-COAX® RF Cable Selection Guide Semi-Rigid Cable About Semi-Rigid Cable Semi-Rigid Cable Construction Part Number Designation M17 Cables Copper and Plated Copper 50 Ohm Cables Low Loss Cables Aluminum Cables Stainless Steel Cables Low Impedance Cables High Impedance Cables Phase vs. Temperature Cable Preconditioning UTiFORM® Handformable Cable About UTiFORM Solid Core UTiFORM Cables Low Loss UTiFORM Cables M-FLEX® Flexible Cable About M-FLEX Standard M-FLEX Cables Equations and Symbols Ordering and Service Information Request Quote Other Products Glossary of Industry Terms 1 2-3 4-5 6-49 6-7 8-10 11 12-19 20-28 29-33 34-35 36-39 40-45 46-48 49 49 50-55 50 51-54 55 56-57 56 57 58 59 60 61 62-76

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The Story of
Reliability, performance and service. Our motto for more than 40 years. For over forty years, designers throughout the world have come to rely on RF and microwave transmission line products from MICRO-COAX. We have built our reputation on delivering reliable, high-performance, cost-effective solutions to the most challenging cable configuration problems. In 1962, the founders of Uniform Tubes identified a need for a company that could supply high-performance, semirigid microwave transmission lines at reasonable prices. They realized that microwave cables, because they must often transfer very low-level signals, must be precision components that deliver consistent performance under widely varying conditions. With these challenges before them, the team purchased the MicroDelay Division of Franklin Technical to design and manufacture semi-rigid cables and waveguide delay lines that compromise nothing in order to achieve the best possible combination of performance and reliability. The success of this division led to the formation of MICRO-COAX, a wholly owned subsidiary, in 1985.

Today, MICRO-COAX continues its success with a growing product line that includes: UTiFLEX® flexible cable assemblies, M-FLEX® high performance flexible cable, UTiFORM® hand-formable cable, ARACON® brand metal clad fiber, semi-rigid assemblies and delay lines, as well as the broadest range of semi-rigid cables in the industry. MICRO-COAX transmission line

products are designed to meet or exceed military and commercial standards while maintaining a price/ performance ratio that is unequalled in the industry. Transferring signals from one point to another is just the beginning. At MICRO-COAX, we strive to preserve signal integrity by optimizing transmission technology, both mechanically and electrically.

HISTORY
1936: A.H. Mainwaring and Norman Jack patent the precursor to SemiRigid cable 1940: Uniform Tubes, Inc. founded by A.H. Mainwaring 1962: MicroDelay Division of Uniform Tubes created 1988: UTiFLEX® HighPerformance Flexible Cable Assemblies are developed

1985: The MicroDelay Division of Uniform Tubes becomes MICRO-COAX, a wholly owned subsidiary of UTI Corporation

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ft. The products offered by MICROCOAX today serve more applications than ever before. to cellular telephones. MICRO-COAX has made reliability and quality integral to every area of the company. there is just one name to remember: MICRO-COAX 1998: MICRO-COAX relocates to a 90. cable assemblies and connectors.000 sq. MICRO-COAX uses these standards and techniques through stringent controls in all areas of the manufacturing process. Under the guidance of a very experienced Quality Control team. Our experienced and extensive engineering staff welcomes your most demanding requirements. from inventory management to final test and shipping. MICRO-COAX was also one of the first companies in the industry to adopt Statistical Process Control. and a wide range of test equipment. delay lines and cable assemblies. When you want the most innovative transmission line solutions. which is evident in our ISO 9001:2000 and AS 9100:2004 Rev B certifications. cellular transmitters and receivers. The result is a combination of fast turnaround time and consistent reliability throughout our product lines. This is further enhanced by continuous investment in new products and processes with the goal of responding faster and bringing better products and services to the microwave transmission line market. missile guidance. MICRO-COAX maintains complete control over all processes by manufacturing all of our own cable. while maintaining extremely competitive prices. M-FLEX® Flexible Cable Developed 2007: Rosenberger Micro-Coax purchases Rhophase Microwave in the UK 2006: MICRO-COAX acquires product line of ARACON from DuPont 1990: MICRO-COAX forms UK joint-venture with Rosenberger 2000: UTiFORM HandFormable Cable Developed ® 5 3 . This commitment is rooted in our emphasis on quality assurance. facility 2002: MICRO-COAX acquires assets of Precision Tubes Coaxitube division.MICRO-COAX has fully developed the potential of this technology in our family of coaxial cables. We have crafted thousands of reliable assemblies for applications ranging from military electronics to cellular base stations. Our products can be found in systems ranging from military communications. and satellites. radar. and employs its techniques throughout the facility to monitor both service and product quality with the goal of continuous improvement.

UTiFORM® Tin-Dipped Hand-Formable Cable and M-FLEX® Low Cost Flexible Cable. Each family has properties that make it unique and preferable in certain circumstances. Pottstown. The attributes are relative as all MICRO-COAX cables exhibit excellent microwave performance features.0110 Fax 610.495.495. Cable Family Selection Guide The Cable Family Selection Guide may help you select the most appropriate cable family for your application.micro-coax. Inc. Property RF Shielding Flexibility Commercially Available Connectors Semi-Rigid Cable Excellent — Excellent Good (Copper Jacketed Semi-Rigid) Very Good (Aluminum Jacketed Semi-Rigid) Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent — UTiFORM Cable Very Good Very Good Excellent M-FLEX Cable Very Good Excellent Excellent Easily Formed to a Static Shape Excellent — Non-50 Ohm Impedances Available MIL-DTL-17 QPL Cryogenic Low Density Dielectric Various Outer Conductor Finishes Non-Conductive Outer Jacket — — — Excellent — Excellent — — — — — Excellent 4 Micro-Coax.com .RF Cable Selection Guide MICRO-COAX manufactures three families of cables available unterminated: Semi-Rigid coaxial cable.6656 www. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. 206 Jones Boulevard.

These cables will accept standard semi-rigid connectors.SEMI-RIGID Coaxial Cable Semi-Rigid cables have the widest variety of all the cable families. Many cables have both a magnetic and non-magnetic version for applications where low PIM is necessary. They are easily formed without the need of hard tooling and have dimensions that enable standard semi-rigid connectors to be employed with ease. Standard shipping lengths for Semi-Rigid cable are 5’ and 10’ straight lengths and 20’ coils. 5 . MIL-DTL-17 Qualified Cables: There are many MIL-DTL-17 Qualified semi-rigid cables available from MICRO-COAX. Stainless Steel Cables: Semi-Rigid cables made with Stainless Steel components are available for cryogenic or medical applications where low thermal conductivity or hypo allergenic qualities are required (see page 36). These cables can be formed by use of grooved tooling to specific shapes for PC board layouts. temperature performance is desired (see page 29). Low Density Dielectric: Low density dielectric cables are available for applications where heat stability and improved phase vs. These cables are used in military and commercial applications where insertion loss or special impedances are critical (see page 12). The tin soaked braid makes for easy soldering of connectors and limited flexibility. M-FLEX cables are best applied as easy hook up cables or inexpensive test leads where complete flexibility is preferable and maintaining a formed shape is unnecessary. and diameters. Non-magnetic versions of many of the cables are available for low PIM applications. These cables are available in multiple impedances. M-FLEX® Low Cost Flexible Coaxial Cable M-FLEX cables are a direct flexible version of UT-85 and UT-141A semi-rigid cables. Custom long lengths may be available by contacting a MICRO-COAX distributor or sales representative. materials. UTiFORM® Tin-Dipped Hand Formable Cable UTiFORM cables were designed for the telecommunications market. This cable can be procured in long. together with flexibility to hand-form in place (see page 34). Semi-rigid cables also exhibit the best insertion loss and RF shielding values of any cable family due to the solid outer conductor. finishes. UTiFORM may be purchased with or without an FEP outer jacket. M-FLEX can be procured in long lengths on spools. Other Options: Copper and aluminum outer conductor cables may be procured with a variety of plating options for easier soldering. They are an ideal choice when the performance of semi-rigid is required. continuous lengths for use on continuous cutting and stripping equipment. Aluminum Outer Conductors: Semi-Rigid cables with aluminum outer conductors are available to make forming easier.

Packaging: Metallic tubular outer conductor offers minimum size and maximum outer conductor integrity.com . Attenuation: A solid center conductor provides the optimum geometrical surface for transmission. delay lines and capacitor sections.495. thus minimizing reflected power loss. It is the most practical method for achieving: Low loss. soldered or connected without impairing performance. Almost any system designed for 500 MHz and above. Semi-rigid lines and fabricated assemblies are used in defense electronics. stripped. Pottstown.MICRO-COAX SEMI-RIGID COAXIAL CABLE Micro-Coax Semi-Rigid coaxial cable transmits and receives high-speed. Inc. and in need of good operational performance and total shielding can utilize semi-rigid coax. 6 Micro-Coax.6656 www.495. Ends can be rapidly and reliably prepared. 206 Jones Boulevard.0110 Fax 610. Shielding: Isolation greater than 130 dB.com sales@micro-coax. Copper outer conductors can be soldered directly to circuit boards.micro-coax. semi-rigid coax is used in oscillators and amplifiers. medical electronics. high-frequency microwave signals. machined. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. coiled. Impedance Matching: Low SWR. microwave signals can be delivered with maximum power handling efficiency and minimum interference in a very small configuration. The dielectric is controlled to exacting tolerances. total shielding at or near theoretical value Elimination of radiation leakage Lowest possible attenuation Unequalled SWR performance above 12GHz Miniaturization of power componentry With Micro-Coax Semi-Rigid coaxial cable. In componentry. test and measurement instrumentation. The outstanding performance characteristics of Micro-Coax Semi-Rigid coaxial cable include: Workability: It is easily bent. Virtually no extraneous signal pick-up. communications and space flight systems among many other precision applications. TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR SEMI-RIGID COAXIAL CABLE Semi-rigid coaxial cable finds application in frequency ranges from 500 megahertz (500 MHz) through 65 gigahertz (65 GHz) and beyond. printed circuit boards.

This results in optimum impedance control as well as the lowest possible insertion loss and weight-tosize ratios. Our extensive line of semi-rigid coaxial cables include: Low Loss cables employing a low density PTFE dielectric for improved insertion loss. (December 29.Micro-Coax Semi-Rigid Coaxial Cable is an assembly of three basic parts: A tubular metal jacket which serves as an outer conductor A dielectric or insulating material A metallic inner conductor Drawing from original Semi-Rigid Coaxial Cable patent. the more flexibility required. electrical phase stability and increased temperature range (page 29). for pure microwave performance semi-rigid can not be beat. as will be explained in this catalog. However. Generally. the more the designer should consider other alternatives. Micro-Coax semi-rigid cable is still the best pure microwave transmission medium available in the world. the most practicable performance criteria can be established and maintained. size and in most cases. Micro-Coax has a solution for all of your cable configuration needs. 7 . This is true even when secondary operations. Stainless Steel jacketed cables which are an excellent choice for cryogenic or medical applications where low thermal conductivity or hypo allergenic qualities are required (page 36). They are excellent choices when the performance of semi-rigid is required. together with flexibility to hand-form in place (page 34). such as bending or coiling. MIL-DTL-17 cables on the MIL-DTL-17 qualified products list (QPL) have passed all of the qualifications and acceptance requirements of MIL-DTL-17 (page 12). Thus. which are typically tin-plated for solderability enabling repeated bending and hand forming. Semi-rigid cables are also inexpensive to purchase when compared to many other coaxial cable alternatives. The solid tubular outer conductor yields in excess of –120dB RF shielding and enables the dielectric and center conductor to remain precisely spaced. 1936) Each of these parts has options regarding material. Cable conductors and insulators can be closely controlled to inner and outer diameters and assembled in such a manner that tolerances are mantained through the entire cable length. configuration. are involved. the difficulty in routing and the need to re-form the cable. With the largest selection of semi-rigid cables in the industry. Aluminum jacketed cables. The primary considerations for using semi-rigid are the availability of bend tooling.

31:1 65. usually of solid metal. Materials Silver-plated copper (SPC) or silver-plated copper wire (SPCW) is frequently used as the center conductor because of its excellent high frequency conductivity.com sales@micro-coax.68/572°F 9.68/572°F 13. For finishes other than those shown.68/212°F 12.68°F 7.68/212°F Yield Strength Annealed PSI 10000 10000 20000 5000 16000 13000 40000 8000 19000 220000 5000 7000 RoHS Compliant YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES 8 Micro-Coax.micro-coax.68°F 6. Design considerations may dictate the selection of another material based on the properties that are most important in a specific application. consult with MICRO-COAX.1:1 Thermal Conductivity BTU/Hr.00:1 1. In large cables.2 .6 .68/572°F 9.495.05:1 6. Electrical and Physical Properties of Conductors Conductor Material OFHC Copper DLP Copper Beryllium Copper 25 Aluminum 1100 Aluminum 3003 Aluminum 5052 304 Stainless Steel Fine Silver Phosphor Bronze Tungsten Paladium Tophet C† Ratio: Resistivity Compared to Copper 1. a tubular center conductor reduces thermal conductivity without any related reduction in high frequency conductivity and reduces overall weight. making surface finish or plating an important element. Most attenuation occurs on the surface area.8 .8:1 1.32/212°F 10.00:1 6.1 .495.8 . Reference the table below for details.04:1 4.9 . For other plating options to meet special requirements./°F/Ft. see the table of Plating and Finishes on Page 10.9-68-212°F 13.9 . is the primary signal carrier in Semi-Rigid Cables. Pottstown.5 . 206 Jones Boulevard.THE CENTER CONDUCTOR Function The center conductor.68°F 2.1:1 2.com .8 . 68° 226 219 68 128 111 80 9 242 440 97 41 8 Thermal Expansion In/In/°F x 10-6 9.68°F 9.76:1 2.6656 www.5 .6 .0110 Fax 610.60:1 1.88:1 44. Platings and Finishes Center conductors are normally silver-plated to prevent oxidation during manufacture and to improve the solderability of the finished product.68/212°F 9./Sq. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. Ft.73:1 4. Inc.

Cables employing both types of PTFE dielectrics have commercial connectors available. cut-through and chemical solvents. the lower the dissipation factor and attenuation.00 3.005 0.50.30 3. but increases the minimum bend radius of the cable. This gives it a lower dielectric constant and dissipation factor. not shown in the table. An additional selection factor.03 1.60 3.50 2. but with slightly less processing.70 1. is the ability to bond to conductors and/or other plastics.8.0300 Volume Resistivity Ohm . The most commonly used dielectric for high performance coaxial cables is PTFE in both its solid and low density (otherwise known as low loss or micro-porous) forms. DIELECTRIC OR INSULATING MATERIAL Materials The table below gives performance information for the most commonly used dielectric or insulating materials.0.Function In Semi-Rigid Cable. Low density PTFE is the same material as solid PTFE.160 0.000500 0.0200 0. PTFE is a good choice for a dielectric due to its low reactivity to chemicals and low dielectric constant. or where packaging requires that the cable must be isolated from other circuit components.000200 0.30 2.4.37 Dissipation Factor 109 Hz 0.000200 0. the dielectric material between the outer and center conductors maintains the spacing and geometry of the cable and ensures mechanical integrity during forming and bending.cm 1018 — — 1013 1016 1012 1016 1012 1014 1013 1016 Maximum RoHS Service Temp. and the higher the velocity of propagation of the cable. As a general rule.60 2. For a list of our low density dielectric cables. or when under pressure. PTFE meets the Type F-1 dielectric requirements of MIL-DTL-17. The outer conductor can also be insulated to give added resistance to electrical breakdown. Electrical and Physical Properties of Dielectrics and Insulating Jackets Dielectric Material PTFE Solid Low Density PTFE PTFE Spline FEP Polyethylene Solid Polyethylene Foamed Tefzel Polyvinylchloride Nylon Silicon Rubber Kel-F Dielectric Constant 109 Hz 2. the lower the dielectric constant. It has a higher maximum operating temperature than many common dielectrics and is RoHS compliant.040 0.070 .000700 0. 9 . please see pages 29-33.35 1.000064 0. Compliant °C 250 250 250 200 100 100 150 105 120 200 150 YES YES YES YES YES YES YES MAYBE* YES YES YES * Material can be purchased in both compliant and non-compliant forms.00 .000300 0.10 2. abrasion.

Does not tarnish easily. such as aluminum. other outer conductor materials. Design considerations may dictate the selection of another material based on the properties that are most important to a specific application. 206 Jones Boulevard. or inner surface.THE OUTER CONDUCTOR Function The outer conductor serves several purposes. Properties Extremely close tolerances in the inner and outer diameter of the outer conductor must be maintained throughout the entire length of a cable to ensure reliability and repeatability of performance. costs more than tin. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. For finishes other than those shown. See the table below for details. Meets environmental specs and allows soldering without flux. There are many plating options to meet unusual environmental conditions.6656 www. Common Platings and Finishes for Outer Conductors Plating Material Silver Specification ASTM B-700 Part Number Suffix SP Remarks Derates power the most of all the common plating options. The ID. consult MICRO-COAX. as well as for cosmetic appearance and solderability. RoHS Compliant YES Tin ASTM B-545 90/10 SnPb SAE-AMS-P-81728 TP YES Tin-Lead EDS9010 NO 10 Micro-Coax. It minimizes power loss.com .495. Highest maximum operating temperature. Very Good solderability.0110 Fax 610. Materials Copper and Aluminum tubing is frequently used as the outer conductor in Semi-Rigid Coaxial Cables. Improved solderability.micro-coax. such as salt spray or high humidity. of the outer conductor acts as an electrical conductor. require a copper strike or under-plate prior to the final plating operation.495. Easily damaged. Lowest maximum operating temperature. Pottstown. While direct plating on copper base alloys is practical. maximizes the mechanical integrity and RF shielding of the cable and provides the desired interface with standard or special connections. Inc. Lower cost than silver but not as cosmetically pleasing. Platings and Finishes Platings and finishes used on outer conductors are electro-deposited. Used where “tin-whiskers” are a concern.com sales@micro-coax.

especially for standard cable.Solid Spline Dielectric Spline Dielectric M M17 TYPE LL F Special Designations No Entry . Materials for component parts are indicated under individual cable specifications.PTFE Dielectric Low Dielectric Compression MIL-DTL-17 QPL Cable Greater Than Standard Length Low Density PTFE Dielectric FEP Jacket Code Value Cable Outer Diameter Nominal Diameter in Thousandths of an inch Code Outer Conductor Finish No Entry .No Plating SP Silver Plating TP Tin Plating EDS9010 Solder Plating (90% Tin/10% Lead) Code C B Cu AL SS L Inner Conductor Material No Entry .PART NUMBER DESIGNATION SEMI-RIGID The part number designation is easy to understand because it is simple and short. Some part numbers for standard cable have been shortened even further for more convenience.50 Ohms Nominal Impedance 11 .Silver Plated Copper Wire (SPCW) Silver-Plated Copper (SPC) Silver-Plated Beryllium Copper Copper Aluminum Alloy 1100 Stainless Steel Alloy 304 High Resistance Code AL AL30 AL52 CuSS SS Outer Conductor Material No Entry .Copper Aluminum Alloy 1100 Aluminum Alloy 3003 Aluminum Alloy 5052 Copper Line Stainless Steel Alloy 304 Stainless Steel Alloy 304 Code Value Cable Impedance No Entry . UT – – – – – – Code Code Value S(3) S(5) Core Type No Entry .

5 70.0 21.495.0 MIL-DTL-17/133 Maximum Attenuation MHz 500 1000 5000 1000 20000 — dB/100ft 15.0 130.0 Structural Return Loss -MHz 500 5000 18000 — dB 30.com sales@micro-coax.0 100.0 22. 206 Jones Boulevard.0 9.0 54. Tests ensure cable conformance with broadband performance requirements for attenuation and SWR (structural return loss). Inc.0 130. Cables designated M17/129.0 21.0 — Structural Return Loss MHz 500 5000 20000 — dB 28.1 45. HOW MIL-DTL-17 APPROVAL BENEFITS COSTUMERS Under MIL-DTL-17. dimensional stability and weight.0 13.0 50.0 4. conductor adhesion.0 140.0 190.0 18.0 — Power Watts 180.0 — Power Watts 1900 1400 750 350 200 — MHz 500 1000 3000 5000 10000 20000 MIL-DTL-17/130 Maximum Attenuation dB1/100ft 8.5 16.0 18.micro-coax.0110 Fax 610.0 dB2/100ft 8.0 Power Watts 45. coaxial concentricity.0 40.0 280.0 48.3 12.1 22.0 45.5 7.0 90.0 80.0 32.5 3.0 70.6656 www.0 — Structural Return Loss MHz 500 5000 20000 — dB 22.0 120.0 21.0 — Structural Return Loss MHz 1000 10000 20000 — dB 22.0 14.0 15.0 29.0 450.0 — 12 Micro-Coax.MIL-DTL-17 APPROVED CABLES MIL-DTL-17 APPROVED Many Micro-Coax Semi-Rigid coaxial cables have successfully completed qualification and have been approved under the MIL-DTL-17 Qualified Products List (QPL). time consuming “customized” inspection previously required to conform to the customer’s group testing requirements of MIL-DTL-17.0 23.com .0 21.5 MIL-DTL-17/154 Maximum Attenuation MHz 500 1000 3000 5000 10000 20000 dB/100ft 42.0 12. all Micro-Coax M17 qualified cables are inspected for quality and optimum performance prior to being put in stock. This eliminates the need for special purchasing specifications and costly.0 60.0 250.0 6.0 15.0 Power Watts 14. “M17” part numbers supercede familiar “RG” part numbers.0 10.0 190.0 70. RG specifications have been deleted by the Defense Electronics Supply Center (DESC).0 Structural Return Loss MHz 500 5000 10000 18000 dB 26.5 30.0 16.0 19.0 70.0 130. Pottstown.0 23.0 180.0 6.0 — MIL-DTL-17/151 Maximum Attenuation MHz 500 1000 3000 5000 10000 20000 dB/100ft 28.495.1 2. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.0 20.0 33.0 Power Watts 600. 130 and 133 are marked continuously for visual cable identification Stocks of all M17 cables are carried at Micro-Coax and Micro-Coax distributor locations ATTENUATION AND POWER RATINGS MIL-DTL-17/129 Maximum Attenuation MHz 400 1000 3000 10000 18000 — dB/100ft 4.0 35.

015 0.2 105.026 ± 0.67 125 0.350 0.45 0.00 0.0 1000 2000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/151) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/151) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/151) 13 .025 0.8640 ± 0.194 + 0.91 10.0005 0.001 0.025 0. Inside Bend Diameter [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] Dimensional Stability Temperature [°C] Maximum Dimension [in] [mm] Center Conductor Adhesion Minimum lbs Minimum kg Maximum lbs Maximum kg -40 to 100 0.001 0.23 5.025 0.0005 0.250 6.0127 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Operating Temp.001 1.54 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Maximum] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Operating Frequency [GHz] Attenuation Power Structural Loss 50 ± 3.0 750 2000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/154) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/154) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/154) 50 ± 2.39 100 0.025 0.8640 ± 0.381 2.034 ± 0.350 0.48 0.194 ± 0.051/ -0.047 + 0.034 + 0.50 0.864 + 0.26 0.5 32.00 0.71 125 0.250 6.381 2.025 0.0127 M17/151-00001 UT-047-M17 0.047 ± 0.0005 0.0 750 2000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/154) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/154) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/154) 50 ± 3.350 0.001 0.026 ± 0.42 100 0.941 ± 0. Range [°C] Min.0005 0.001 1.025 0.660 ± 0.001 0.015 0.2 105.381 0.001 0.0127 M17/151-00002 UT-047-TP-M17 0.00 4.660 ± 0.0127 M17/154-00002 UT-034-TP-M17 0.2 105.015 0.037 ± 0.2870 ± 0.001 0.250 6.350 0.M17 APPROVED CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] M17/154-00001 UT-034-M17 0.0080 ± 0.0 1000 2000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/151) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/151) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/151) 50 ± 2.50 2.864 ± 0.941 ± 0.23 5.025 0.0113 ± 0.50 -40 to 100 0.00 4.54 -40 to 100 0.002/ -0.250 6.50 2.002/ -0.5 32.91 10.015 0.0 32.2 105.8640 ± 0.051/ -0.0113 ± 0.50 0.50 -40 to 100 0.037 ± 0.0080 ± 0.381 0.0 32.28 0.025 0.

676 ± 0.197 ± 0. Pottstown.002/ -0.015 0.00 1.0005 0.676 ± 0.0127 UT-085-H-TP-M17 UT-085C-H-M17 UT-085C-H-TP-M17 0.5110 ± 0.001 2.5 32. Inside Bend Diameter [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] Dimensional Stability Temperature [°C] Maximum Dimension [in] [mm] Center Conductor Adhesion Minimum lbs Minimum kg Maximum lbs Maximum kg -40 to 125 0.0201 ± 0.00 1.025 0.495.00 1.066 ± 0.0201 ± 0.5 32.00 11. 206 Jones Boulevard.066 ± 0.M17 APPROVED CABLES DIMENSIONS Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] M17/133-RG-405 M17/133-00001 M17/133-00002 M17/133-00003 UT-085-H-M17 0.0127 Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Complaint COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Operating Temp.0005 0.34 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Maximum] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Operating Frequency [GHz] Attenuation Power Structural Loss 50 ± 1.197 ± 0.5110 ± 0.6656 www.35 1.0 105.28 125 0.58 2.00 1.002/ -0.35 125 0.676 ± 0.25 6.00 11.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 50 ± 1.002 1.001 2.34 125 0.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 14 Micro-Coax.087 + 0.com .0 105.380 4. Range [°C] Min.5110 ± 0.197 + 0.micro-coax.52 2.051 0.34 -40 to 125 0.0 105.81 25. Inc.001 2.380 4.380 4.0201 ± 0.53 2.197 + 0.25 6.com sales@micro-coax.025 0.380 4.0005 0.025 0.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 50 ± 1.015 0.35 1.5 32.015 0.0127 0.26 125 0.051/ -0.57 2.5110 ± 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.35 1.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 50 ± 1.0110 Fax 610.00 11.5 32.495.087 + 0.0005 0.015 0.066 ± 0.676 ± 0.025 0.34 -40 to 125 0.35 1.002 1.002 1.051 0.81 25.34 -40 to 125 0.066 ± 0.0201 ± 0.25 6.051/ -0.051 0.81 25.001 2.25 6.051 0.0 105.087 ± 0.087 ± 0.81 25.0127 0.00 11.002 1.

34 -40 to 125 0.0010 2.0127 M17/133-00007 UT-085-TP-M17 0.0 105.051 0.676 ± 0.0508/ -0. Range [°C] Min.0201 ± 0.0005 0.0865 + 0.0020/ -0.35 125 0.0254 0.0 105.28 125 0.58 2.015 0.1971 + 0.066 ± 0.10 2.1971 ± 0.00 11.10 2.002 1. Inside Bend Diameter [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] Dimensional Stability Temperature [°C] Maximum Dimension [in] [mm] Center Conductor Adhesion Minimum lbs Minimum kg Maximum lbs Maximum kg -40 to 125 0.0201 ± 0.380 4.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 50 ± 1.0127 M17/133-00016 UT-085-SP-M17 0.380 4.00 1.34 -40 to 125 0.676 ± 0.54 1.5 32.00 1.0005 0.5 32.0254 0.35 125 0.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 15 .00 11.58 2.676 ± 0.0254 0.0201 ± 0.0010 2.54 1.00 1.380 4.1971 + 0.0 105.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 50 ± 1.066 ± 0.34 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Maximum] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Operating Frequency [GHz] Attenuation Power Structural Loss 50 ± 1.53 2.0005 0.5110 ± 0.5110 ± 0.0010 2.0865 + 0.051 0.066 ± 0.015 0.051 0.015 0.54 1.002 1.5 32.0020/ -0.002 1.0865 ± 0.M17 APPROVED CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] M17/133-00006 UT-085-M17 0.00 11.81 25.81 25.5110 ± 0.81 25.0508/ -0.0127 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Operating Temp.10 2.

81 25.380 4.00 11.0 105.087 ± 0.025 0.001 2.13 125 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] Dimensional Stability Temperature [°C] Maximum Dimension [in] [mm] Center Conductor Adhesion Minimum lbs Minimum kg Maximum lbs Maximum kg 125 0.002/ -0.81 25.78 0.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 50 ± 1.0110 Fax 610.002 1.025 0.34 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Maximum] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Operating Frequency [GHz] Attenuation Power Structural Loss 50 ± 1.micro-coax.197 + 0.066 ± 0.0127 UT-085-AL-TP-M17 0.5110 ± 0.78 0.0201 ± 0.00 1.5110 ± 0.001 2.com .676 ± 0.380 4.07 1.34 125 0.com sales@micro-coax.676 ± 0.087 + 0.0127 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant 1100 ALUMINUM PTFE SPCW YES TIN/1100 ALUMINUM PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp.00 11.495.0 105.5 32.197 ± 0. 206 Jones Boulevard.002 1. [°C] Min.19 125 0.495.0005 0.07 1.051 0.5 32. Inc.015 0.0 1500 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/133) 16 Micro-Coax.066 ± 0.0201 ± 0.0005 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.75 1.051 0.051/ -0.015 0.M17 APPROVED CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] M17/133-00012 M17/133-00013 UT-085-AL-M17 0.6656 www.00 1. Pottstown.80 1.

051/ -0.0 29.00 29.0362 ± 0.380 4.00 1.12 125 0. Inside Bend Diameter [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] Dimensional Stability Temperature [°C] Maximum Dimension [in] [mm] Center Conductor Adhesion Minimum lbs Minimum kg Maximum lbs Maximum kg -40 to 125 0.0007 0.015 0.51 5.015 0.985 ± 0.001 3.581 ± 0.0 29.025 0.001 2.118 ± 0.48 -40 to 125 0.0007 0.00 29. Range [°C] Min.581 + 0.48 -40 to 125 0.002/ -0.00 29.1 1900 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) (dB1) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) Power Structural Loss 17 .48 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Maximum] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Operating Frequency [GHz] Attenuation 50 ± 1.81 65.581 ± 0.001 2.0178 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Operating Temp.00 29.7 3.025 0.380 4.9195 ± 0.118 ± 0.141 + 0.001 3.1 1900 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) (dB1) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) 50 ± 1.118 ± 0.051/ -0.0362 ± 0.44 5.9 98.001 3.001 2.025 0.985 ± 0.00 1.81 65.51 5.00 1.0007 0.015 0.5 12.985 ± 0.48 -40 to 125 0.0 29.025 0.81 65.141 ± 0.9 98.141 ± 0.7 3.15 3.015 0.380 4.0178 0.118 ± 0.1 1900 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) (dB1) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) 50 ± 1.0362 ± 0.1 1900 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) (dB1) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) 50 ± 1.025 0.00 1.985 ± 0.025 0.141 + 0.002/ -0.9195 ± 0.9 98.0362 ± 0.81 3.025 0.44 5.0007 0.001 3.22 125 0.M17 APPROVED CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] M17/130-RG-402 M17/130-00001 UT-141-HA-M17 UT-141-HA-TP-M17 0.9 98.15 3.001 2.9195 ± 0.0 29.81 3.9195 ± 0.22 125 0.0178 M17/130-00004 M17/130-00005 UT-141-SA-TP-M17 0.5 12.380 4.0178 UT-141-SA-M17 0.81 65.025 0.12 125 0.581 + 0.

141 ± 0. [°C] Min.9195 ± 0.88 2.00 1.495.002/ -0.0178 UT-141-SA-AL-M17 0.08 125 0.025 0.581 + 0.141 + 0.0178 UT-141-AL-TP-M17 0.025 0.001 2.910 3.985 ± 0.581 ± 0.0127 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES 1100 ALUMINUM PTFE SPCW YES TIN/ALUMINUM PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp.9195 ± 0.0362 ± 0.001 2.001 3.075 1.00 29.175 1.0 29.9 98.025 0.380 4.00 1.015 0.051/ -0.48 125 0.581 + 0.1 1900 5000 34 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) 50 ± 1.985 ± 0.81 65.125 3.com .001 3.0110 Fax 610.05 3.00 1.81 65.141 + 0.001 2.com sales@micro-coax.380 4.M17 APPROVED CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] M17/130-00012 M17/130-00008 M17/130-00009 UT-141-SA-SP-M17 0.015 0.118 ± 0.025 0.002/ -0.00 29.051/ -0.9195 ± 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] Dimensional Stability Temperature [°C] Maximum Dimension [in] [mm] Center Conductor Adhesion Minimum lbs Minimum kg Maximum lbs Maximum kg 125 0.48 125 0.0007 0.0007 0.48 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Maximum] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Operating Frequency [GHz] Attenuation Power Structural Loss 50 ± 1.495.0 29.0 95.1 1900 5000 34 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) 18 Micro-Coax.125 3.00 29.0007 0.0 29.118 ± 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.0362 ± 0.0 95.380 4. 206 Jones Boulevard.6656 www.985 ± 0.175 2.81 65.025 0. Pottstown.015 0.82 125 0.025 0.118 ± 0.1 1900 5000 20 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/130) 50 ± 1. Inc.22 125 0.001 3.51 5.0362 ± 0.micro-coax.

Range [°C] Min.0 1.380 4.025 0.025 0.250 ± 0.M17 APPROVED CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] M17/129-RG-401 UT-250A-M17 0.6 15.064 ± 0.75 19.309 ± 0.6 125 0.1 3000 7500 18 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/129) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/129) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/129) 19 .051 0.8 100.309 ± 0.628 ± 0.628 ± 0.0 45.350 + 0.6 97.05 10.6 97.002 5.015 0.0 1.05 10.064 ± 0.5 29.001 6.250 + 0.5 15.025 UT-250A-TP-M17 0.051/ -0.380 4. Inside Bend Diameter [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] Dimensional Stability Temperature [°C] Maximum Dimension [in] [mm] Center Conductor Adhesion Minimum lbs Minimum kg Maximum lbs Maximum kg -40 to 90 0.001 1.4 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Maximum] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Operating Frequency [GHz] Attenuation Power Structural Loss 50 ± 0.001 1.8 125 0.001 6.8 100.015 0.051 0.4 -40 to 90 0.209 ± 0.209 ± 0.0 45.75 19.350 ± 0.5 29.002/ -0.002 5.1 3000 7500 18 See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/129) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/129) See Table Page 12 (MIL-DTL-17/129) 50 ± 0.025 M17/129-00001 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPC YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Operating Temp.

05 UT-020 0.0127 1 .0 95.5 GHz 1.7 50 ± 4.0 95.3 48.8 124.4 244.420 ± 0.3.1 ATTEN 32.31 .0005 0.001 0.1 150 500 402 ATTEN 87.3 ATTEN 53.1 750 2000 155 POWER 68.micro-coax.038 ± 0.0 29.013 ± 0.025 0.025 0.31 .810 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 150 125 0.017 ± 0.001 0.10 0.0 29.9 145.05 UT-020-M 0.001 0.0127 1-15 0.31 .4 6.610 ± 0.2 569.10 0.001 0.10 0.270 0.050 1.5 106.39 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 50 ± 2.0005 0.8 10.2 207.001 0.5 1.250 ± 0.025 0.7 24. [°C] Min.025 0.2 ATTEN 45.8 7.com .0 29.6 171.001 0.6656 www.12 150 125 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.5 2.10 0.2 152.6 5.7 50 ± 6.4 10.330 ± 0.08 0.001 0.005 ± 0.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.130 ± 0.1 250 750 245 POWER 34.03 0.023 ± 0.495.3 Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.200 ± 0.6 220.580 ± 0.495.4.1100 ± 0.950 ± 0.024 ± 0.008 ± 0.0 29.4 4.0254 1 .4 POWER 7.8 351. Pottstown.3 75.0 95.7 46.270 0.0005 0.26 0.0031 ± 0.015 ± 0.0045 ± 0.050 1.7 1.4 14.023 ± 0.6 399.1 21.0800 ± 0.5 3. Inc.0 63.COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-013 0.0110 Fax 610.025 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.57 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp.04 250 225 0.050 1.4 280.com sales@micro-coax.3.025 0.05 UT-034-M 0.0005 0.7 298.010 ± 0.0 GHz 20.9 5.380 ± 0.270 0.1 50 ± 2.0 95.025 0.0254 1 .032 0.15 225 200 0.001 0. 206 Jones Boulevard.1 500 750 245 POWER 20.2 14.025 0.3.31 .0 GHz 20 Micro-Coax.580 ± 0. [°C] Max Operating Temp.

025 0.025 0.034 ± 0.57 UT-034C 0.2000 ± 0.21 0.COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-034 0.026 ± 0.270 0.860 + 0.1 50 ± 1.5 GHz 1.034 + 0.5 29.2 11.063 1.001 0.31 150 125 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 150 125 0.860 + 0.051/ -0.31 .0 GHz 21 .001 0.4 159.864 ± 0.660 ± 0.4.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.4 158.0 GHz 20.21 0.025 0.7 25.660 ± 0.0 48.3 110.025 0.5 21.4 ATTEN 34.3 110.001 0.002/ -0.034 + 0.0 95.5 29.001 0.57 UT-034-SP 0.660 ± 0.0 48.270 0.2000 ± 0.15 0.31 150 125 0.5 9.31 .0 95.8 6.15 0.1 750 2000 155 POWER 30.6 4.002/ -0.0080 ± 0.0005 0.2 4.0080 ± 0.0127 1 .1 7.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.0 95.7 25.001 0.270 0.1 750 2000 155 ATTEN 34.034 ± 0.5 20.5 6.0 29.7 5.4.0127 1 .31 .3 ATTEN 34.0 8.0 48.026 ± 0.1 50 ± 1.21 0.025 0.57 UT-034-TP 0.001 0.2 11.0080 ± 0.21 0.3 110.31 150 125 0.001 0.660 ± 0.57 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp.7 5. [°C] Max Operating Temp.2030 ± 0.3 110.15 0.0005 0.4 Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.026 ± 0.31 .1 50 ± 3.0080 ± 0.050 1.4 158.025 0.5 29.025 0.051/ -0.050 1.1 7.001 0.0 48.2000 ± 0.15 0.4.1 750 2000 155 POWER 28.026 ± 0. [°C] Min.0127 1 .6 229.860 ± 0.6 ATTEN 34.6 229.6 229.0005 0.1 750 2000 155 POWER 35.31 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 50 ± 1.025 0.6 229.0 95.590 0.0127 1 .050 1.4.1 POWER 35.4 158.0005 0.

0 34.7 19.20 0.05 1.2870 ± 0.38 0.025 0.0110 Fax 610.001 1.57 175 150 0.025 0.5 29.4 20.1 1000 2000 109 POWER 80.8 113.001 0.495.940 ± 0.27 0.495.001 1.57 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.4 9.940 ± 0.0005 0.047 ± 0.31 .5 56. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 150 0.2870 ± 0.047 ± 0.1 1000 2000 109 POWER 62. Pottstown.6.9 ATTEN 24.6.0 34.20 0.047 + 0.037 ± 0.10 UT-047-TP 0.3 96.5 29.0113 ± 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.57 175 150 0.5 GHz 1.5 56.037 ± 0.2870 ± 0.0 GHz ATTEN 24.31 .6.27 0.940 ± 0.1 13.2 78.8 165. 206 Jones Boulevard.190 + 0.38 0.57 175 150 0.0 95.10 UT-047C 0.025 0.com sales@micro-coax.05 1.0005 0.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp.0 95.38 0.037 ± 0.com .8 113.0 34.31 .0 34.025 0.6 24.001 0.0 GHz 20.025 0.1 1000 2000 109 POWER 80.001 1.190 + 0.0127 1 .6.9 22 Micro-Coax.7 17.0127 1 .0005 0.5 29.2 78.8 165.05 1.002/-0.025 0. [°C] Max Operating Temp.10 UT-047-SP 0.8 165.2 43.27 0.6656 www.037 ± 0.2 78.2870 ± 0.20 0.9 ATTEN 24.2 78.001 1.2 11.047 + 0.0113 ± 0.2 11.025 0.940 ± 0.2 ATTEN 24.05 1.9 50 ± 1.051/-0.002/ -0.0 95.7 14.0113 ± 0.27 0.025 0.9 50 ± 1.0127 1 .8 113.6 24. Inc.9 50 ± 2.051/ -0.8 113.5 29.001 0.1 1000 2000 109 POWER 67. [°C] Min.20 0.9 50 ± 1.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.0127 1 .0005 0.194 ± 0.38 0.0113 ± 0.3 9.8 165.4 47.190 ± 0.001 0.COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-047 0.7 17.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.31 .micro-coax.

10 UT-070C 0.175 0.125 3.41 0.422 ± 0.001 0.6.7 140.500 ± 0.0 29.10 UT-056 0.5 110.001 1.9 37.0005 7/0.01 135 100 0.025 0.8 18.059 ± 0.4 88.0 50 ± 4.20 0.9 23.] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-047-M 0.025 0.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE STRANDED SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp.037 ± 0. Inside Bend Radius [in.0113 ± 0.0 95.5 65.31 .050 1.6 33.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.10 UT-056-STR 0.0005 0.4 77.6.9 28.31 .] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 250 225 0.037 ± 0.5 GHz 1.77 1.3 ATTEN 25.66 0.1 1200 2300 68 POWER 124.0127 1 .036 ± 0.31 .049 ± 0.0113 ± 0.914 ± 0.0 166.0 116.940 ± 0.0 29.002 1.7 74.102 ± 0.422 ± 0.0005 0.0 36.070 ± 0.20 0.61 200 175 0.7 50. [°C] Min.001 1.260 ± 0.2 50 ± 4.7 17.0 95.780 ± 0.COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in.3 ATTEN 15.1 38.001 1.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.2 21.1 750 1500 109 POWER 125.6 33.0 86.0127 1 .6.056 ± 0.4 25.0 81.6.0 GHz ATTEN 19.125 3.2 50 ± 1.8 165.0 95.270 0.002 0.1 1000 2000 107 POWER 110.2870 ± 0.0 95.6 16.9 95.051 0.002 0.20 0.6 16.940 ± 0.025 0.0 GHz 20.99 200 175 0.5 ATTEN 24.051 0.31 .0179 ± 0.025 0.15 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.002 1.051 0.0005 0.2 78.5 26.8 113.175 0.9 23.0127 1 .0 29.68 1.1 1500 3000 109 POWER 110.20 0.2870 ± 0.9 50 ± 2.0127 1 .5 29.4 77.5 23 .125 3.0 34.004 ± 0.175 0.051 7/0.056 ± 0.4546 ± 0.

6.05 1.0005 0.0 GHz 20.066 ± 0.025 0.5 45.36 2.6 24 Micro-Coax.087 + 0.5105 ± 0.5 52.002/ -0.001 2.2 39.7 ATTEN 13.680 ± 0.6.36 2.680 ± 0. Inc.0 95.20 0.27 1.5 45.3 50 ± 1. Pottstown.025 0.001 2.10 UT-085C 0. 206 Jones Boulevard.087 ± 0.6.6656 www.05 1.31 .0 95.087 + 0.2 57.0005 0.0110 Fax 610.micro-coax.5105 ± 0.9 32.37 2.5 45.0201 ± 0.27 1.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp.3 50 ± 1.20 0.0 162.0201 ± 0.0201 ± 0.05 1.002/ -0.5105 ± 0.0127 1 .02 175 125 0.6 19.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 190.com sales@micro-coax.10 UT-085-TP 0.680 ± 0.001 2.0127 1 .001 2.025 0.5 45.200 + 0.6.0 GHz ATTEN 13.025 0.9 67.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 173.0201 ± 0.051/ -0.10 UT-085-SP 0.0 95.9 67.04 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.3 26.0 95.9 32.31 .8 47.001 1.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.3 50 ± 1.COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-085 0.5 100.001 1.27 1.6 19.066 ± 0.3 50 ± 1.20 0.4 69. [°C] Min.02 175 125 0.9 67.8 47.0 29.0 29.0127 1 .5 100.0 162.087 ± 0.9 67.495.025 0.6 19.02 175 125 0.051/ -0.05 1.5 100.3 ATTEN 13.5 121.36 2.4 69.025 0.200 ± 0.001 1.5 100.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 232.066 ± 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.31 . Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 125 0.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 232.495.com .3 133.680 ± 0.27 1.0127 1 .5105 ± 0.6 ATTEN 13.5 29.8 24.200 ± 0.20 0.200 + 0.2 35.0005 0.5 GHz 1.0 29.31 .025 0.001 1.066 ± 0.6 19.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.0005 0.025 0.

1 1900 5000 34 POWER 483.2 57.10 0.COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-085C-TP UT-085C-SP UT-141A 0.905 3.5 29.5 174.0010/ -0.985 ± 0.3 26.8 11.025 2.7 ATTEN 13. [°C] Min.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant TIN/COPPER PTFE SPC YES SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp.001 1.905 3.4 117.31 .0004 0.141 ± 0.051/ -0.8 11.67 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0102 1 .04 175 125 0.1 1900 5000 34 POWER 600.7 25 .200 + 0.27 1.3 133.001 2.5 45.581 ± 0.025 0.5 63.20 0.9 67.087 + 0.0201 ± 0.2 140.31-6.3 50 ± 1.9119 + 0.0005 0.10 0.0 GHz 5.3 27.0127 1 .5 121.001 3.001 0.051/ -0.0 95.066 ± 0.5105 ± 0.5 52.002/ -0.9119 + 0.0 95.0254/ -0.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 190.3 27.5 77.025 0.6.6 50 ± 1.0127 1 .0359 + 0.0 95.6.066 ± 0.31 .67 175 125 0.025 0.5 100.0005 0.0 95.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 173.680 ± 0.5 29.2 35.6 62.04 175 125 0.118 ± 0.0010/ -0.6 19.5 45.2 39.0004 0.6.0201 ± 0.9 ATTEN 7.087 + 0.0 GHz ATTEN 13.20 0.680 ± 0.37 2.5 29.5105 ± 0.3 ATTEN 7.001 1.5 417.05 1.7 41.20 0.025 0.200 + 0.14 4.05 1.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 20.6 19.0 GHz *For Maximum 10.5 29.9 67.002/ -0.14 4.31 .001 2.3 50 ± 1.075 1.6 50 ± 1.0359 + 0.27 1.5 336.5 GHz 1.37 2.075 1.10 0.7 41.0254/ -0.0102 1-20 0.5 100.025 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 125 0.4 94.8 24.5 63.

5 77.3 27.0 GHz 20.com .985 ± 0.0010/ -0.025 0.0004 0.118 ± 0.0102 1 .141 + 0.025 0.7 41.5 56.141 + 0.7 41.001 2.5 174. Inc.5 303.001 3.6 26 Micro-Coax.20 0.0110 Fax 610.7 41.10 UT-141C 0.025 0.001 2. [°C] Min.0254/ -0.5 174.6 POWER 436.075 1.985 ± 0.1 1900 5000 34 50 ± 1.0 29.0102 1 .8 11.025 0.001 2.31 .3 27.905 3.001 3.0 GHz 5.72 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0 95.025 0.6.72 175 125 0.0359 + 0.118 ± 0.2 140.0010/ -0. 206 Jones Boulevard.8 11.581 + 0.0359 + 0.495.985 ± 0.9119 + 0.20 0.5 77.0004 0.581 + 0.002/ -0.985 ± 0.581 + 0.5 63.075 1.001 3.6656 www.0004 0.1 1900 5000 34 50 ± 1.0010/ -0.001 2.141 ± 0.1 1900 5000 34 50 ± 1.6.67 175 125 0.0359 + 0.6.20 0.31 .0254/ -0.6 POWER 483.075 1.5 63.10 UT-141C-TP 0. Pottstown.17 4.581 ± 0.17 4.4 94.0102 1 .0254/ -0.9 ATTEN 7.0 95.0 29.025 0.141 + 0.6 50 ± 1.31 .17 4.0102 1 .COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-141A-SP 0.6 POWER 600.72 175 125 0.025 0.7 41.051/ -0.5 63.3 27.0 29.5 336.0359 + 0.9119 + 0.0 95.051/ -0.905 3. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 125 0.9 ATTEN 7.118 ± 0.31 .075 1.025 0.001 3.7 85.0 GHz *For Maximum Attenuation add 5% 10.8 11. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.micro-coax.20 0.0004 0.7 ATTEN 7.0 95.6 62.5 417.10 UT-141C-SP 0.905 3.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPC YES SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp.3 27.6.5 63.002/ -0.4 117.118 ± 0.com sales@micro-coax.5 GHz 1.14 4.0 29.5 417.1 1900 5000 34 POWER 600.8 11.051/ -0.9119 + 0.0254/ -0.4 117.905 3.4 126.002/ -0.495.0010/ -0.0 GHz ATTEN 7.9119 + 0.

6.38 9.2 728.699 ± 0.9 14.5 19.064 ± 0.4610 + 0.1 ATTEN 4.4 46.38 9.31 .1 234.2 — ATTEN 4.0 29.0571 ± 0.076 0.0 95.38 9.38 9.250 ± 0.003 4.0 95.8 17.4 46.4503 ± 0.7 150 100 0.1 3000 7000 21 POWER 843.5 50 ± 2.0 GHz 20.002 5.9 99.699 ± 0.0 189.0 29.53 6.53 9.1 914.5 292.064 ± 0.6 6.6 364.350 +0.025 0.0005 1.6.076 0.0005 1.1 7.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.1 29.4 27.051/ -0.001 1.001 1.20 0.6.10 UT-250C 0.9 581.309 ± 0.53 9.051 0.051 0.31 .1 3000 7500 19 POWER 1332.025 1 .5 GHz 1.5 29. [°C] Min.0127 1 .6.31 .350 ± 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.9 14.4 123.002 5.6 6.9 ATTEN 5.0 — 50 ± 0.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp.5 — 27 .051 0.10 UT-250C-TP 0.461 ± 0.10 UT-215-TP 0.0 153.001 6.4 27.628 ± 0.309 ± 0.53 6.4 290.20 0.5 50 ± 2.20 0.628 ± 0.5 19.0762/ -0.24 150 100 0.0 95.1 3000 7500 19 POWER 1061.0003/ -0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 150 125 0.88 10.025 1 .025 0.185 ± 0.7 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0 — 50 ± 0.002 5.0508 0.4 238.0 95.250 +0.215 ± 0.1 3000 7000 21 POWER 1053.209 ± 0.88 10.209 ± 0.0030 5.31 .3 192.003 4.4 725.185 ± 0.001 6.COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-215 0.0571 ± 0.5 29.0 GHz ATTEN 5.2150 + 0.24 150 125 0.1 7.8 17.1 29.002/ -0.0127 1 .20 0.4503 ± 0.

0 562. [°C] Min.051 0.051 0.309 ± 0.7 1156.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant SILVER/COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE STRANDED SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp.0 4.0110 Fax 610.6 6.0 GHz ATTEN 4.002 5.38 9.6656 www.002 8.325 ± 0.002/ -0.7 283.002 8.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.0 95.495.10 UT-325C 0.COPPER AND PLATED COPPER 50 OHM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-250C-SP 0.7 443.002 7.8 17.7 125 90 0.1 3000 7500 14 POWER 1702.20 0.332 ± 0.350 +0.5 29.0005 7 x 0.5 5.com sales@micro-coax.001 1.20 0.051/ -0.051 7 x 0.390 ± 0.0 95.051 0.10 UT-390C 0.0 GHz 20.240 ± 0.9 14.6.001 6.250 +0.20 0.2 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0 29.75 19.495.5 22.0 95.002 9.0 2324.6.75 19.430 ± 0.7900 ± 0.1 259.4 27.025 0.001 2.com .064 ± 0.0 883.micro-coax.6 12.025 1 .9 169.31 .590 ± 0.5 20.53 9. 206 Jones Boulevard.630 ± 0.0 — 50 ± 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 150 100 0.906 ± 0.6 653.5 — ATTEN 3.2 13.5 29.05 14.255 ± 0.285 ± 0.0 — 50 ± 1.025 1 .3 33.1 — 50 ± 0.31 . Inc.209 ± 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.051 0.0127 1 .1 6000 12000 12 POWER 3426.1 3000 7500 19 POWER 951.6.5 GHz 1.31 .8 — ATTEN 3. Pottstown.0 — 28 Micro-Coax.102 ± 0.0 175 90 0.05 22.0312 ± 0.8 22.

0127 1 .31 .4 ATTEN 23.6.001 0.20 0.2030 ± 0.051/ -0.10 0.2030 ± 0.10 UT-047C-AL-TP-LL 0.8 47.0080 ± 0.31 . Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 250 0.0 GHz ATTEN 33.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.3200 ± 0.610 ± 0.8 33.24 225 0.8 10.125 3.6 152.047 + 0.940 ± 0.20 0.175 0.175 0.025 0.175 0.0005 0.6.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.0005 0.025 UT-047C--LL 0.8 107.0 GHz 20.31 .8 47.2 70.0 31.0 88.125 3.6 50 ± 2.31 .8 217.8 76.0080 ± 0.610 ± 0.025 0.2 19.0 19.787 ± 0.025 0.025 0.8 50 ± 2.16 0.0 13.031 + 0.0 9.6 1000 2000 115 POWER 90.0 29 .002/ -0.20 0.6.001 0.6 152.001 0.025 0.037 ± 0.0 26.0126 ± 0.LOW-LOSS SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-031-LL 0.024 ± 0.9 14.20 0.16 0.0005 0.001 0.6 28.24 225 0.6.0127 1 .3 14.0 26.3 50 ± 2.2 108.20 0.047 ± 0.30 250 0.0126 ± 0.194 ± 0.0 27.5 GHz 1.001 0.780 + 0.3 500 1000 175 POWER 60.001 1.0 63.0 26.0 88.8 217.001 1.0 39.3 1000 2000 115 POWER 124.940 ± 0.024 ± 0.6 87.6 87.59 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.125 3.6 50 ± 2.6 87.8 107.0005 0.194 + 0.5 7.3200 ± 0.031 ± 0.025 0.0 19.002/ -0.0127 1 .001 0.0 42.0127 1 .3 500 1000 175 POWER 47.39 0.037 ± 0.5 154.0 ATTEN 22.051/ -0.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER LD PTFE SPCW YES COPPER LD PTFE SPCW YES TIN/1100 ALUMINUM LD PTFE SPC YES COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.0 27.5 100.025 0.2 33.0 ATTEN 33.175 0.4 143.10 UT-031-TP-LL 0.125 3.

25 6.6.1971 + 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 225 0.6.1 30 Micro-Coax.0020/ -0.5 26. Pottstown.0 27.3 1200 2300 72 POWER 263.037 ± 0.31 .001 0.0010 2.1 50 ± 2.066 ± 0.5 26.0226 ± 0.31 .4 143.0 81.5 31.002/ -0.025 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.39 0.2 67.59 250 0.6 87.8 57.0 88.0 GHz 10.7 44.0254 0.025 0.00 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.5110 ± 0.LOW-LOSS SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-047C-TP-LL 0.175 0.025 0.9 19.20 0.0 GHz ATTEN 22.6 63.0 ATTEN 13.3 22.676 ± 0.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant TIN/COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES COPPER LD PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER LD PTFE SPCW YES TIN/1100 ALUMINUM LD PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp.10 UT-085C-AL-TP-LL 0. Inc.20 0.31 .0005 0.025 0.0127 1 .6 63.7 44.0201 ± 0.6656 www.8 91.20 0.2 33.9 152.15 225 0.25 6.5 GHz *For Maximum 1.8 70.001 1.940 ± 0.194 + 0.0127 1 .9 19.0127 1 .35 0.7 50 ± 1.0226 ± 0.20 0.5 100.3200 ± 0.004/ -0.4 40.0 ATTEN 13.5740 ± 0.micro-coax.3 50 ± 2.0126 ± 0.778 ± 0.025 0.070 +0.076 0.001 1.77 1.778 +0.35 0.6.5 185.4 ATTEN 13.2 70.059 ± 0.5740 ± 0.0110 Fax 610.001 1.0005 0.070 ± 0.com .0 15.3 62. 206 Jones Boulevard.025 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 5.1 81.0005 0.499 ± 0.7 50 ± 1.6 87.125 3.1 43.4 19.6 87.10 UT-070-TP-LL 0.0508/ -0.0005 0.0 56.3 1200 2300 64 POWER 215.0 89.6.67 1.001 1.15 225 0.495.6 1500 2500 64 POWER 262.3 47.047 + 0.066 ± 0.com sales@micro-coax.35 0.31 .495.77 1.0 26. [°C] Min.0865 + 0.676 ± 0.0 185.3 1000 2000 115 POWER 99.0127 1 .0 31.8 91.001 1.051/ -0.102/ -0.10 UT-070-LL 0.0 39.003 1.25 6.0 GHz 20.

0 25.0 ATTEN 7.0010 2.1 57.4 17.31 .5740 ± 0.LOW-LOSS SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-085C-LL 0.5 GHz 1.0226 ± 0.0 ATTEN 12.0865 + 0.1971 ± 0.0226 ± 0.38 9.692 ± 0.0 105.0005 0.676 ± 0.5 26.39 2.025 0.0 GHz 31 .20 0.6 43.3 1500 2500 64 ATTEN 12.0 142.025 0.52 2.0254 0.914 ± 0.31 .0005 0.6 87.066 ± 0.4 82.1971 + 0.0 87.025 0.6.4 17.07 225 0.0 239.6 POWER 340.0254 0.6 40.3 1800 4000 40 POWER 676.6 87.5 26.07 200 0.0 73.35 1.0010 2. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 250 0.0 GHz 20.0127 UT-120-LL 0.001 1.39 2.0 Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0 475.4 36.31 .4 82.3 199.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES TIN/COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp.2 50 ± 1.10 1 .35 1.036 ± 0.10 1 .025 1 .20 0.13 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 50 ± 1.6 40.6.0 26.6 87.001 0.066 ± 0.5740 ± 0.6.001 2.0020/ -0.6 53.0 98.0865 ± 0.6 50 ± 1.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.0 206.20 0.25 6.25 6.0127 UT-085C-TP-LL 0.676 ± 0.001 3.0 50.3 1500 2500 64 POWER 282.1 57.0508/ -0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.10 3.9 61.025 0.120 ± 0.8 11.106 ± 0. [°C] Min.048 ± 0.001 1.

38 9.106 ± 0.002/ -0.0 GHz 32 Micro-Coax.0 25.495.118 ± 0. [°C] Min.002 2. 206 Jones Boulevard. Pottstown.025 0.025 0.20 0.com .0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.6.051/ -0.0 23.025 1 .6 53.002 3.8 35.77 2.8 11.2 POWER 562.0 576.025 0.001 2.001 2.6 120.997 ± 0.051/ -0.66 200 0.13 200 0.52 2.10 UT-141C-LL 0.6 1900 5000 36 POWER 635.6.001 1.20 0.025 1 .040 ± 0.0 33.70 1.0 249.4 133.025 1 .0 26.001 1.3 1900 5000 36 POWER 821.5 26.141 ± 0.001 3.LOW-LOSS SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] UT-120-TP-LL 0.0 Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.580 + 0.024 ± 0.002/ -0.10 13.495.20 0.2 193.9 173.6656 www.0110 Fax 610.3 1800 4000 40 ATTEN 7.0 GHz 20.5 GHz 1.3 48.10 Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES TIN/1100 ALUMINUM LD PTFE SPC YES TIN/COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp.040 ± 0. Inc.8 10.692 ± 0.54 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 50 ± 1.05 9.8 446.7 91.0 117.50 12.6 10. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.10 3.048 + 0.8 ATTEN 7.051 0.036 ± 0.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.1 50 ± 2.8 24. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 200 0.6 87.com sales@micro-coax.914 ± 0.31 .9 83.4 36.997 ± 0.micro-coax.6.0 27.31 .001 3.6 ATTEN 7.001 0.118 ± 0.75 19.31 .024 ± 0.051 0.120 + 0.6 87.8 52.10 UT-141C-AL-TP-LL 0.6 395.141 + 0.5 50 ± 1.581 ± 0.0 172.025 0.0 88.

9 5.3 1900 5000 36 ATTEN 7.001 1.0 26.3 48.10 13.040 ± 0.051 0.6.016 ± 0.05 9.10 UT-250C-TP-LL 0.051 0.70 3.10 Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant TIN/COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES COPPER LD PTFE SPC YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp.072 ± 0.002 3.141 + 0.214 ± 0.2 102.75 19.435 ± 0.001 1.118 ± 0.6 87.250 + 0.0 439.002 2.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.0 33.31 .31 .10 UT-250C-LL 0.1 486.002 6.6 19.076/ -0.001 1.9 364.05 9.75 19.0 23.0 148.828 ± 0.5 GHz 1.3 7500 3000 19 POWER 2122.051 0.3 1486.0 GHz 33 .0 GHz 20.2 19.6 87.025 1 .10 13.5 POWER 692.31 .051 0.072 ± 0.9 5.003/ -0.LOW-LOSS SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] UT-141C-TP-LL 0.051 0.051 0.4 639.20 4.20 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.002 6.4 — 50 ± 1.3 7500 3000 19 POWER 1763. [°C] Min.6 13.8 — Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 200 0.20 0.025 1 .581 + 0.828 ± 0.003/ -0.6 87.076/ -0.1 — ATTEN 3.8 213.6 13.350 + 0.54 200 0.6.20 0.435 ± 0.50 12.025 1 .54 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 50 ± 1.4 — 50 ± 1.8 530.76 190 0.0 1234.5 ATTEN 3.002 5.997 ± 0.002 5.250 ± 0.5 26.214 ± 0.6.8 10.0 26.350 ± 0.

001 1.0 GHz ATTEN 25.6 1000 2000 115 POWER 90.13 225 0.676 ± 0.10 UT-047C-AL-TP-LL 0.002/ -0.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 241.3 62.051 /-0.025 0.0 27.5 29.0010 2.20 0.0005 0.194 + 0.6.21 0.micro-coax.com .78 0.5 GHz *For Maximum 1.2 73.066 ± 0.037 ± 0.0201 ± 0.025 0.2870 ± 0.4 40.939 ± 0.3 169.3 12.0 GHz 10.0 95.32 225 0.5 18.35 0.07 1.0 63.0 27.066 ± 0. Pottstown.001 2.051/ -0.495.78 0.037 ± 0.001 1.001 1.8 36.1 1000 2000 108 POWER 85.6.197 + 0.00 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0 88. Inc.6.0005 0.3 50 ± 1.0226 ± 0.20 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 225 0.194 + 0.0254 0.9 14.4 19.5 154.20 0.0127 1 .1 81.001 0.0 106.025 0.9 177.6 21.6 28.6.1971 + 0.0126 ± 0.0508/ -0.025 0.0 ATTEN 14.002/ -0.495.2 108.0254 1 .10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant TIN/1100 ALUMINUM PTFE SPCW TIN/1100 ALUMINUM LD PTFE SPC YES TIN/1100 ALUMINUM PTFE SPCW YES TIN/1100 ALUMINUM LD PTFE SPC YES YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp.0 50.051 /-0.025 0.0127 1 .5740 ± 0.0 49.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 5.025 0. [°C] Min.2 19.8 33.0 GHz 20.047 + 0.0127 UT-085C-AL-TP-LL 0.5 121.125 3.3 34.025 0.1 43.0020/ -0.31 .3 ATTEN 13.8 50 ± 2. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.0113 ± 0.0 89.0005 0.67 1.5 185.7 ATTEN 23.20 0.6 1500 2500 64 POWER 262.6656 www.20 0.2 72.047 + 0.31 .001 1.8 76.PLATED ALUMINUM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-047-AL-TP 0.5110 ± 0.31 .1 34 Micro-Coax.086 + 0.31 .30 225 0.0 88.25 6.0 26.8 57.com sales@micro-coax.175 0.0 95.0865 + 0.002 / -0.1 50 ± 2.07 1.6 50 ± 1.7 84.3 60.0005 0.940 ± 0.001 0.10 1 .0110 Fax 610. 206 Jones Boulevard.0 29.676 ± 0.75 1.3200 ± 0.10 UT-085-AL-TP 0.

628 ± 0.05 3.1 3200 7500 19 POWER 1647.025 1 .001 1.0005 0.001 2.209 ± 0.001 2.2 POWER 615.250 + 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 225 0.0 95.6 180.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.0 29.141 + 0.8 446.025 0.5 — Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.002/ -0.076/ -0.997 ± 0.4 12.13 3.9118 ± 0.20 0.77 2.35 6.118 ± 0.4 44.9 1136.001 3.003/ -0.9 7.6 ATTEN 4.118 ± 0.0005 0.10 UT-141C-AL-TP-LL 0.6 1900 5000 36 POWER 635.025 0.70 1.10 UT-250C-AL-TP 0.6.001 3.20 0.1 67.8 35.18 2.025 0.20 0.2 81.6.1 50 ± 2.8 24.31 . [°C] Min.2 18.051/ -0.350 + 0.2 459.0359 ± 0.002 6.309 ± 0.10 Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant TIN/1100 ALUMINUM PTFE SPCW YES TIN/1100 ALUMINUM LD PTFE SPC YES TIN/1100 ALUMINUM PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp.0 29.0127 1 .8 303.141 + 0.051/ -0.2 428.002/ -0.580 + 0.50 12.5 GHz 1.1 29.4 133.0 88.8 52.1 1900 5000 34 ATTEN 8.9118 ± 0.09 9.08 190 0.PLATED ALUMINUM SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] UT-141A-AL-TP 0.0 GHz 20.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.31 .580 + 0.4 — 50 ± 1.0 95.7 91.14 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 50 ± 1.051 0.25 6.0 GHz 35 .6.0127 1 .0359 ± 0.025 0.6 10.025 0.001 5.31 .5 ATTEN 7.2 193.4 122.0 27.66 225 0.4 28.064 ± 0.997 ± 0.

1 750 2000 154 POWER 19.9 2.508 ± 0.15 0.2032 ± 0.3.0005 0.4 3.0 1234.57 UT-034SS-SS 0.0 29.0 95.025 0.0005 0.18 0.4 ATTEN 79.204 0.1143 ± 0.495.0127 1 .27 0.034 ± 0.53 0.026 ± 0.7 1.020 ± 0.com sales@micro-coax. 206 Jones Boulevard.0005 0.57 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant 304-SS PTFE SPCW YES 304-SS PTFE 304-SS YES 304-SS PTFE SPCW YES 304-SS PTFE 304-SS YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.4 1.1 750 2000 155 POWER 6.026 ± 0.31 .0 62.6 5.2 4.7 50 ± 1.0 795.2 ATTEN 389.5 29.4. Inc.6 0.3. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 150 0.10 0.0127 1 .6656 www.9 4.0080 ± 0.7 359.495.0045 ± 0.0045 ± 0.8 0.015 ± 0.5 551.8 0.0005 0.05 1.10 2.9 191.381 ± 0.0 GHz 20.10 175 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.54 0.STAINLESS STEEL SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-020-SS 0.0127 1 .0110 Fax 610.015 ± 0.864 ± 0.0080 ± 0.2032 ± 0.025 0.5 1.0 50 ± 1.001 0.micro-coax.07 0.8 513.1 ATTEN 225.025 0.0 GHz ATTEN 134.1 500 750 270 POWER 7.38 9.31 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0 1438.0 112.31 .0 252.0 318.025 0.304 175 0.1 36 Micro-Coax.5 GHz 1.05 UT-034-SS 0.001 0.6 1.5 29.5 609.10 0.034 ± 0.0 29.2 50 ± 2. Pottstown.0 429.660 ± 0.001 0.8 867.025 0.13 3.3 2.2 50 ± 2.001 0.1143 ± 0.864 ± 0.0 95.21 0.com .07 0.4.025 0.4 1748.001 0.0127 1 .31 .15 0.508 ± 0.05 UT-020SS-SS 0.1 500 750 270 POWER 2.025 0.0 1013.2 1. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.025 0.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.660 ± 0.10 150 0.9 14.001 0.381 ± 0.020 ± 0.2 2477.001 0.31 .0 95.001 0.0 95.

354 0.1 9.087 ± 0.10 UT-047SS-SS 0.0 95.001 1.676 ± 0.0113 ± 0.0005 0.20 0.5 6.037 ± 0.037 ± 0.35 0.2 503.940 ± 0.20 0.2 44.0 95.25 6.2 ATTEN 158.0 GHz ATTEN 55.5 GHz 1.13 3.1 211.5105 ± 0.0127 1 .4 50 ± 1.6 42.6 178.025 0.001 2. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 200 0.197 ± 0.3 96.1 404.9 126.86 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.6 50 ± 2.025 0.1 1000 2000 109 POWER 59.2870 ± 0.0 GHz 20.4 11.6 3.9 21.25 6.5105 ± 0.STAINLESS STEEL SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-047-SS 0.1 576.6 8.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.5 4.6 44.001 1.570 200 0.025 0.6 13.5 29.066 ± 0.197 ± 0.20 0.1 37 .0005 0.066 ± 0.047 ± 0.5 1015.31 .0201 ± 0.025 0.0 29.5 29.0 95.025 0.0005 0.6.002 0.0201 ± 0.2 30.087 ± 0.31 .6 146.676 ± 0.0113 ± 0.4 50 ± 1.4 364.25 1.193 ± 0.31 .002 0.4 101.001 1.31 .0127 1 .2 ATTEN 31.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.0 284.4 37.25 1.940 ± 0.051 0.6 14.6.001 2.35 0.0 18.0005 0.4 50 ± 2.383 0.3 224.10 UT-085-SS 0.6.18 1.193 ± 0.025 0.001 1.8 100.0127 1 .1 1500 5000 61 POWER 52.20 0.35 1.1 254.5 714.051 0.6.0 16.0127 1 .86 200 0.25 6.1 1000 2000 109 POWER 20.527 200 0.047 ± 0.0 29.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 142.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant 304-SS PTFE SPCW YES 304-SS PTFE 304-SS YES 304-SS PTFE SPCW YES 304-SS PTFE 304-SS YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.4 ATTEN 88.10 UT-085SS-SS 0.2870 ± 0.4 78.

001 2.25 6.087 ± 0.002 2.001 0.40 2.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.5 92.25 6.2 ATTEN 51.036 ± 0.3 59.025 0.6656 www.912 ± 0.3 63.0127 1 .0 GHz 20.1 211.8 38 Micro-Coax.4 17.581 ± 0.001 2.197 ± 0.118 ± 0.0201 ± 0.8 44.495.9 67.40 2.0201 ± 0.8 73.581 ± 0.31 . Pottstown.025 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.001 2.31 .141 ± 0.197 ± 0.6.912 ± 0.001 1. 206 Jones Boulevard.025 0.5 29.0 95.6.5 29.9 316.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 306.40 1.051 0.40 1.27 1.5 43.2 50 ± 1.0005 0.001 0.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.985 ± 0.9 232.2 50 ± 1.0 85.42 200 0.9 105.20 0.7 36.025 0.1 100. Inc.1 1900 5000 34 POWER 347.087 ± 0.025 1 .20 0.1 1900 5000 34 POWER 115.051 0.com sales@micro-coax.025 0.001 1.5 ATTEN 17.0127 1 .3 30.7 25.86 200 0.6 146.micro-coax.0 95.0005 0.20 0.8 126.25 6.5 45.25 6.985 ± 0.2 71.0 29.10 UT-141-SS 0.002 3.036 ± 0.066 ± 0.9 81.495.10 UT-085B-SS 0.118 ± 0.6 19.9 21.20 0.97 4.34 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.2 214.STAINLESS STEEL SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-085-CUSS 0.1 1500 5000 61 POWER 143.2 ATTEN 31.4 101.0 95.2 50.2 25.31 .31 .10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER/304-SS PTFE SPCW YES 304-SS PTFE SP BeCu YES 304-SS PTFE SPCW YES 304-SS PTFE 304-SS YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.066 ± 0.676 ± 0.3 50 ± 1.025 1 .8 162. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 200 0.2 44.5105 ± 0.6.5 100.10 UT-141SS-SS 0.0 GHz ATTEN 13.92 4.25 1.5105 ± 0.4 50 ± 1.89 200 0.5 243.5 GHz 1.0110 Fax 610.025 0.com .6.0 29.141 ± 0.676 ± 0.001 3.0 95.

001 1.7 95.2 50.0 52.141 ± 0.9120 + 0.6 50 ± 1. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 200 0.001 6.0 95.7 175 0.309 ± 0.0254/ -0.036 ± 0.628 ± 0.6 137.35 2.2 200.2 14.001 2.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant 304-SS PTFE SPBeCu YES COPPER/304-SS PTFE SPCW YES 304-SS PTFE SPC YES 304-SS PTFE 304-SS YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.35 2.0004 0.6.2 61.0359 + 0.1 3000 7500 19 POWER 854.8 511.10 UT-250SS-SS 0.99 4.37 200 0.0 GHz 20.350 ± 0.50 12.025 0.912 ± 0.001 3.1 ATTEN 10.141 ± 0.94 4.2 13.70 9.025 0.5 29.002 6.6 — 50 ± 0.5 GHz 1.50 12.025 1 .10 UT-141-CUSS 0.002 5.5 63.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.7 25.0102 1 .20 0.8 88.1 252.250 ± 0.2 50 ± 1.5 243.0 95.31 .9 214.31 .051 0.0 95.581 ± 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.3 27.STAINLESS STEEL SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-141B-SS 0.4 144.2 ATTEN 7.064 ± 0.0 — 50 ± 0.31 .6.9 172.14 13.8 126.309 ± 0.8 11.20 0.5 — 39 .025 0.051 0.1 1900 5000 34 POWER 735.31 .5 29.70 9.997 ± 0.250 ± 0.025 0.001 2.7 41.350 ± 0.25 6.1 3000 7000 19 POWER 285.001 0.0 596.002 5.3 59.20 0.10 UT-250C-SS 0.45 175 0.6.2 — ATTEN 29.628 ± 0.0 29.118 ± 0.60 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0 29.025 1 .3 41.9 105.0 GHz ATTEN 17.001 1.064 ± 0.209 ± 0.997 ± 0.118 ± 0.0 85.025 0.001 3.1 1900 5000 34 POWER 347.25 6.581 ± 0.209 ± 0.6 35.7 96.20 0.025 1 .051 0.8 73.0 95.6.0010/ -0.

017 ± 0.001 0.3 ATTEN 61.0 GHz 20.0 117.7 3.10 0.5 1.0127 1 .0005 0.4.0 GHz 40 Micro-Coax.8 319.2 158.05 UT-34C-10 0.com sales@micro-coax.635 ± 0.4 5.001 0.584 + 0.495.034 ± 0.189 175 150 0.864 ± 0.1 ATTEN 100.05 1.27 0.31 .8 386.1 723.31 .025 0.5105 ± 0.4 150 500 177 ATTEN 112.2 1.15 0.6 588.0 646.0 200 500 128 POWER 27.0126 ± 0.8 386.023 ± 0.com .025 0.0 19.3.4 405.0 145.0127 1 . Pottstown.05 UT-020-13-TP 0.0159 ± 0.9 4.40 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 13 ± 3.3.30 0.025 0.9 87.5 1.5 POWER 8.9 2.0 10.3 454.001 0.419 ± 0.13 3.495. Inc.0201 ± 0.0 8.05 1.5 13 ± 3.6 4.025 0.864 ± 0.57 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.18 0.001 0.025 0.2 158.025 0.10 0.025 0.127 0.4 280.001 0.6 2.0 5.0 200 500 116 POWER 15.023 + 0.micro-coax.025 ± 0.0 141.0005 0.0 85.0127 1 .0127 1 .0126 ± 0.635 ± 0.3 2.27 0.13 3.3200 ± 0.017 ± 0.1 Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.9 4.4.8 198. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 125 100 0.7 17 ± 1.8 1.31 .0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.584 ± 0.034 ± 0.025 ± 0.4039 ± 0.1 476.27 0.57 UT-34C-17 0.025 0.1 723.2 ATTEN 112.18 0.051/ -0.9 357.9 10 ± 3.189 125 100 0. 206 Jones Boulevard.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.0005 0.0005 0.LOW IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-020-13 0.001 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.0110 Fax 610.001 0.002/ -0.4 150 500 177 POWER 6.9 357.31 .7 283.3200 ± 0.127 0.15 0.419 ± 0.6 588.5 GHz 1.001 0.45 175 150 0.0 117.6656 www.

26 0.1 283.584 ± 0.0 58.0126 ± 0.7 6.002 0.034 + 0.3 22.002/ -0.31 .48 175 150 0.9 5.6 ATTEN 49.1 283.48 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 25 ± 2.4.5 329.6 197.31 .038 + 0.4 6.025 0.9 25 ± 3.051 0.9 70.4 200 500 148 POWER 25.5 137.39 175 150 0.038 ± 0.0127 1 .025 0.0 58.0005 0.8 160.26 0.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.028 ± 0.6 25 ± 3.0 58.7 ATTEN 42.0 GHz 20.18 0.2 9.9 193.0 21.025 0.6 POWER 31.57 UT-034-25-TP 0.1 9.57 UT-038C-25 0.9 193.6 3.0 58.5 137.0 190.864 ± 0.5 329.0 Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.9 7.6 60.8 4.3200 ± 0.0127 1 .15 0.15 0.18 0.001 0.003/ -0.0 190.025 0.31 .051 0.8 4.8 8.13 3.4 POWER 30.001 0.0005 0.3 5.LOW IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-034-25 0.6 229.05 1.0127 1 .023 ± 0.0 GHz 41 .6 60.028 ± 0.001 0.0005 0.15 0.4 17.6 4.4 25 ± 2.57 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.0127 1 .965 + 0.8 160.39 175 150 0.13 3.6 197.076/ -0.584 ± 0.4.32 0.025 0.001 0.001 0.2 200 500 120 ATTEN 42.965 ± 0.034 ± 0.0005 0.27 0.9 70.4.0159 ± 0.3200 ± 0.0159 ± 0.001 0.5 GHz 1.023 ± 0.57 UT-038C-25-TP 0.002 0.4.711 ± 0.4039 ± 0.051/ -0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 150 0.6 229.05 1.2 200 500 120 POWER 26.025 0.4 200 500 148 ATTEN 49.4039 ± 0.864 + 0.31 .711 ± 0.6 18.27 0.32 0.15 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.0126 ± 0.

036 ± 0.4.092 ± 0.125 3.2 952.6.48 0.31 .5 GHz 1.0 210.001 0.0127 1 .micro-coax.194 ± 0.125 3.175 0.31 .0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.762 ± 0.6 93.5 145.002 1.7239 ± 0.0127 1 .6 8.LOW IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-043C-10 0.0127 1 .5740 ± 0.001 1.4.79 175 150 0.15 0.044 ± 0.2 784.025 0.8 428.3 12 ± 2.175 0.125 3.57 UT-044C-5 0.914 ± 0.45 0.2 11.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.036 ± 0.030 ± 0.2 26.7 6.0005 0.8128 ± 0.8 3.5 15.1 5.67 175 150 0.4 5 ± 1.72 175 150 0.6 25 ± 3.001 0.5 137.0005 0.6 197.1 150 250 77 POWER 15.0127 1 .711 ± 0.028 ± 0.31 .051 0.com sales@micro-coax.9 10 ± 1.3 299. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 150 0.125 3.1 4.0285 ± 0.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.20 0.0110 Fax 610.0005 0.com .8 94.0 5.914 ± 0.043 ± 0.6656 www.025 0.4 2.0005 0. Inc.31 .0 120.0159 ± 0.6 283.118 ± 0.1 476.003 1.57 UT-044-12 0.7 4.8 172.044 ± 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.001 0.0 305.001 0.047 ± 0.9 7.025 0.1 551.025 0.6 60.4 ATTEN 66. Pottstown.5 8.0 3.175 0.0 GHz 20.4.0 58.7 150 250 100 POWER 22.57 UT-047-25 0.001 1.2 10.5 290.9 396.0 436. 206 Jones Boulevard.54 0.7 19.025 0.495.6 42 Micro-Coax.1 200 500 81 POWER 27.175 0.5 388.7 214.076 0.3 ATTEN 121.0 GHz ATTEN 65.495.2 850 1500 120 POWER 37.025 0.4039 ± 0.15 0.118 ± 0.5 ATTEN 42.0320 ± 0.81 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.0226 ± 0.53 0.9 193.15 0.

001 0.175 1.0 GHz ATTEN 26.025 0.0320 ± 0.4 97.31 .8 72.025 0.076 0.23 150 125 0.6.6 43 .62 150 125 0.0005 0.10 UT-062-18 0.86 1.4 97.31 .10 UT-062C-18 0.037 ± 0.6 14.175 0.4 335.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.0 500 1000 58 POWER 43.0320 ± 0.5 41.001 1.8128 ± 0.0127 1 .0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.062 ± 0.28 1.0 139.025 0.8 42.10 UT-70C-10 0.7 202.3 85.0127 1 .1 52.31 .0 81.7 123.3 9.0 265.5 80.9 ATTEN 50.9 20.575 ± 0.4 6.0236 ± 0.4 18 ± 1. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 150 0.049 ± 0.5 13.20 0.0159 ± 0.0 ATTEN 29.025 0.5 1100 2000 64 POWER 66.125 3.175 0.001 1.31 .001 1.5 9.6.7 202.0005 0.070 ± 0.062 ± 0.0 10 ± 2.6.4039 ± 0.778 ± 0.047 ± 0.9 ATTEN 29.0005 0.0 145.20 0.245 ± 0.6 14.42 0.001 1.051 0.7 35 ± 1.025 0.6.0127 1 .4 18 ± 2.0 475.001 1.8 42.194 ± 0.5 136.049 ± 0.6 1100 2000 64 POWER 66.270 ± 0.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.20 0.27 150 125 0.20 0.8 15.125 3.7 46.125 3.0005 1.1 22.7 46.050 ± 0.3 9.8128 ± 0.025 0.LOW IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-047C-35 0.7 179.9 20.5 GHz 1.0 850 2000 100 POWER 74.0 GHz 20.82 1.003 1.002 1.125 3.6 264.3 233.0127 1 .245 ± 0.2 37.0 163.2 30.175 0.0 139.575 ± 0.0403 ± 0.9 11.939 ± 0.91 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.

PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.0110 Fax 610.0 38.20 0.024 ± 0.25 6.8 29.001 1.8 31.0 173.057 ± 0. Inc.40 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 25 ± 1.9 21.10 UT-085C-15 0.0 8.168 ± 0.197 ± 0.025 1 .1 476.6.50 150 125 0.62 175 125 0.6656 www.001 1.31 .001 2.8 10 ± 1.3 ATTEN 25.7 317. 206 Jones Boulevard.0 96.001 1.073 ± 0.4 151.175 1.045 ± 0.025 1 .001 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.2 35.1 280.066 ± 0.10 UT-075C-10 0.087 ± 0.1 POWER 101.8 78.76 2.9 71.9 136.025 1 .com .1 42.10 UT-090C-25 0.0 25 ± 1.001 1.com sales@micro-coax.0 30.025 0.1 12.31 .6.5 GHz 1.13 150 125 0.001 1.070 ± 0.8 22.3 Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.3 195.35 1.046 ± 0.032 ± 0.7 30.676 ± 0.025 0.056 ± 0.025 0.001 1.43 2.20 0.20 0.4 103.LOW IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-070C-25 0.5 72.3 ATTEN 16.125 3.micro-coax.2 59.1 23.422 ± 0.905 ± 0.8 ATTEN 42.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.8 82.01 1.0 190.61 2.6.20 0.001 1.001 1.125 3.0 145.0 58.0 190.175 1.778 ± 0.4 1500 2500 59 ATTEN 21.4 750 1000 46 POWER 205.025 0.0 143.090 ± 0.001 2.001 1.6.31 .025 0.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.31 .025 0.040 ± 0.075 ± 0.495.286 ± 0.175 1.1 15. Pottstown.125 3.0 71.025 0.025 0.025 1 .4 119.2 15 ± 1. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 150 125 0.854 ± 0.5 58.4 850 2000 47 POWER 103.0 GHz 44 Micro-Coax.4 14.8 17.0 53.448 ± 0.143 ± 0.495.813 ± 0.0 GHz 20.8 62.5 116.0 500 1000 51 POWER 55.

064 ± 0.025 0.175 1.6.025 0.025 0.LOW IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-090C-35 0.4 19.10 UT-141C-25 0.7 8.44 2.286 ± 0.025 1 .6 140.001 2.8 65.20 0.001 2.53 6.001 3.78 3.19 4.025 0.7 329.813 ± 0.3 21.001 1.31 .4 200.9 63.025 0.117 ± 0.19 4.025 1 .581 ± 0.114 ± 0.001 1.972 ± 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 150 125 0.31 .001 3.0 190.025 1 .1 139.1 45.032 ± 0.4 750 1000 27 POWER 25 ± 1.4 30.6 219.2 74.8 94.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.10 UT-141C-35 0.5 136.1 471.001 2.141 ± 0.2 98.581 ± 0.001 2.051 ± 0.5 19.6 12.141 ± 0.4 1000 2000 27 ATTEN POWER 35 ± 1.080 ± 0.10 UT-141C-15 0.117 ± 0.7 317.626 ± 0.025 0.0 41.025 1 .5 136.0 96.025 0.0 58.001 0.972 ± 0.0 45 .0 GHz 20.9 51.001 3.1 45.6.20 0.3 44.125 3.20 0.090 ± 0.20 0.8 94.31 .9 51.001 1.1 66.4 94.0 41.025 0.0 68.74 175 125 0.0 1500 2500 49 ATTEN POWER ATTEN 15 ± 1.5 10.1 138.0 GHz 13.074 ± 0.14 175 150 0.78 3.6.0 64.0 15.21 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 35 ± 1.4 60.001 2.3 28.2 41.19 4.8 78.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.8 313.50 5.85 5.879 ± 0.31 .78 4.6 34.5 GHz 1.6 28.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.9 110.895 ± 0.141 ± 0.0 1500 3000 31 ATTEN POWER Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.581 ± 0.295 ± 0.6.73 175 125 0.1 14.032 ± 0.

001 0.086 ± 0.31 -6.57 UT-047-70 0.0113 ± 0.7 93 ± 1.28 175 150 0.0110 Fax 610.6656 www. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.702 ± 0.54 150 125 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 150 125 0.854 ± 0.073 ± 0.051 0.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.6.0005 0.47 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.2 35.7 48.79 150 125 0.7 46 Micro-Coax.5 20.3 1200 2500 67 POWER 173.10 UT-085-93 0.686 ± 0.025 0.1800 ± 0.7 68.3 117.8 35.2030 ± 0.3 81.125 3.micro-coax.2870 ± 0.001/ -0.034 ± 0.159 + 0.025 0.001 2.2 22.7 48.7 75 ± 1.002 2.175 0.0127 1 .6 1000 2000 177 POWER 28.3 63.5 20.495.159 ± 0.4 ATTEN 14.3 52.0071 ± 0.6 11.6 51.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.0005 0.15 0.8 283.3 112.085 ± 0.4 23.025/ -0.025 0.0127 1 .5 GHz 1.5 15.025 0.2 1200 2500 65 POWER 159.0710 ± 0.953 ± 0.4 54.0005 0.9 8.027 ± 0.001 1.2 76.0 GHz ATTEN 42.6.4 137.4 196.194 ± 0.0127 1 .001 0.2 19.001 0.4 170.8 48.0127 1 .1 4.20 0.0 14.0 19.2 33.19 0.6 22.0005 0.125 3.3 121.4 ATTEN 15.31 .0028 ± 0.175 0.com sales@micro-coax.20 1.36 0.05 1.025 0. Pottstown.025 0.495.4 52. Inc.0080 ± 0.8 6.HIGH IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-034-95 0.0 GHz 20.067 ± 0.1 95 ± 4.9 24.8 70 ± 1.3 110.31 .175 1.8 16.125 3.7 71.047 ± 0.085 + 0.99 1.0 1000 2000 118 POWER 77.27 0.com .31 .025 0.3 ATTEN 24.001 1.4 111.0 60.038 ± 0. 206 Jones Boulevard.20 0.4.001 1.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES TIN/COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.10 UT-085-75-TP 0.20 0.

10 UT-141-75 0.025 0.10 UT-141-70 0.31 .718 ± 0.2 11.9 5000 2000 41 POWER 515.51 5.141 + 0.001 3.0005 0.08 1.5 102.8 70 ± 1.0127 1 .2 151.581 ± 0.118 ± 0.08 4.5 359.001 2.130 ± 0.0 20.0201 ± 0.0005 0.5 2000 5000 38 POWER 549.58 175 125 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 125 0.0 13.0 GHz ATTEN 11.38 9.001 2.5 1500 3500 37 POWER 463.0201 ± 0.2870 ± 0.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.001 2.141 ± 0.31 .2 46.001 2.20 0.3 ATTEN 8.8 28.5105 ± 0.3 63.581 ± 0.4 66.4 47 .19 4.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.1 38.6 51.0 382.5740 ± 0.97 4.2 1500 3000 46 POWER 380.0 113.103 ± 0.7 90.0127 1 .5 15.0113 ± 0.31 .1 322.9 68.025 0.6 ATTEN 8.2 160.025 0.35 3.107 ± 0.0 19.6.4 ATTEN 9.2 56.9 60.7 70 ± 1.4 12.6 70.20 0.5105 ± 0.0 GHz 20.74 4.025 0.91 2.0 20.1 134.4 44.0005 0.25 6.08 150 125 0.20 0.6.5 84.42 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.31 .7 93 ± 1.20 0.10 UT-141C-70 0.985 ± 0.0 65.118 ± 0.1 29.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.302 ± 0.5 77.0127 1 .001 3.6 72.1 67.22 150 125 0.025 0.0 31.025 0.001 3.025 0.581 + 0.53 3.78 2.7 43.6.2 16.6 52.7 68.985 ± 0.6 108.141 ± 0.616 ± 0.025 0.002/ -0.2 75 ± 1.0226 ± 0.0005 0.HIGH IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-130-93 0.6.0127 1 .5 GHz 1.051/ -0.001 3.5 226.

4 12.025 0.6 45.5 19.78 2.1 67.912 ± 0.6 108.0 382.6.001 2.2540 ± 0.6.141 ± 0.6 75 ± 1.31 .1 28.4 44.0 14.0 GHz 20.1 15.0201 ± 0.001 5.001 2. Inc.4 ATTEN 11.036 ± 0.com .78 13. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.10 MATERIALS Outer Conductor Dielectric Center Conductor RoHS Compliant COPPER PTFE SPC YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES COPPER PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Outer Conductor Integrity Temp [°C] Max Operating Temp [°C] Min.985 ± 0.001 3.495.31 .4 186.0 100 ± 4.2 160.6656 www.350 ± 0.20 0.0 19.9 293.001 3.118 ± 0.0127 1 .19 4.6 1500 5000 41 POWER 332. Pottstown.1 29. 206 Jones Boulevard.0 84.0025 1 .436 ± 0.3 63.35 2.495.0 GHz *For Maximum 5.43 150 125 0.89 4.985 ± 0.581 ± 0.0 67.micro-coax.250 ± 0.581 ± 0.20 0.118 ± 0.8 56.com sales@micro-coax.5 47.0110 Fax 610.0 1133.52 8.30 150 100 0.4 99.10 UT-141-100 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 10.0 GHz 48 Micro-Coax.0001 0.5 2000 5000 38 ATTEN 8.20 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] 175 125 0.141 ± 0.31 .25 6.5109 ± 0.7 232.0005 0.9 Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Corona Extinction Voltage [VRMS @ 60Hz] Voltage Withstanding [VRMS @ 60Hz] Moding Frequency [GHz] Typical Attenuation* [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.6.001 6.5 3000 7500 21 POWER 1653.HIGH IMPEDANCE SEMI-RIGID CABLES DIMENSIONS Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Length Range [ft] [m] UT-141C-75 0.6 72.025 0.025 0.025 1 .025 0.10 UT-250-75 0.98 4.025 0.214 ± 0.9 37.6 ATTEN 4.8 7.7 449.1 44.1 18.5 GHz 1.001 0.025 0.38 9.3 63.0100 ± 0.2 POWER 549.06 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] 75 ± 1.

Micro-Coax recommends preconditioning after bending and before connector installation. Temperature Phase Vs. Temperature Phase Change vs. Step 2: Return specimen to room ambient temperature. therefore. A recommended preconditioning procedure consists of three cycles of the following routine: Step 1: Heat the specimen to the maximum operating temperature. Bending of cable. which is usually involved with the manufacture of assemblies. Maintain at temperature for 1 hour minimum. The outer conductor and the core should not be cut to the final dimensions until preconditioning has been completed. 49 . the resultant development of an air-void in the cable-connector interface may cause VSWR to increase. Since preconditioning will result in the withdrawal of the dielectric into the cable. Step 4: Cool specimen to -45°C and maintain for 1 hour minimum. Step 3: Maintain specimen at room temperature for 1 hour minimum. tends to introduce nonuniform core stresses. Step 5: Return specimen to room temperature and maintain for 1 hour minimum. preparation of the cable assembly should allow for a ¼” length on each cable end beyond the design dimension. Temperature Solid Core Cables Solid Core Cables 3000 2500 PPMMillion Parts Per 2000 1500 1000 500 0 -500 -1000 -60 UT-141A UT-085 UT-047 UT-034 -40 -20 0 15 Temperature °C Temperature 20 25 60 100 CABLE PRECONDITIONING [Per Mil-DTL-17H] The electro-mechanical performances specified for semi-rigid cables are achieved by a compression fit between the outer conductor and the dielectric core which.PHASE VS. It is therefore advantageous to stress relieve the core by preconditioning cable before it becomes a cable assembly. If this occurs in cable that has become part of a cable assembly. if any. Temperature Low Loss Low Loss CablesCables 1800 PPM Parts Per Million UT-47C-LL 1600 UT-141C-LL 1400 UT-085C-LL UT-031-LL 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 -200 -60 -40 -20 0 15 Temperature °C Temperature 20 25 60 100 Phase Vs. and will cause withdrawal of the core into the cable. Trim protruding core. After the last temperature cycle. TEMPERATURE CHARACTERISTICS Phase Change vs. necessitates manufacturing processes that cause deformation of the core by compression and elongation. with the edge of the outer conductor. SPECIAL PRECONDITIONING REQUIREMENTS CAN BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING THE ENGINEERING STAFF AT MICRO-COAX. maintain the specimen at room temperature for 24 hours minimum before proceeding with further processing. The resulting stress that is initially nonuniform tends to equalize by cold flow within a few weeks after manufacturing. in turn. Preconditioning is not effective on long lengths of cable.

UTiFORM® TIN-DIPPED HAND-FORMABLE CABLE

UTiFORM FEATURES AND BENEFITS
HAND-FORMABLE
No complicated bend specifications required Retains Shape Can be re-formed a limited number of times with no damage

Performance

—125dB at 1 GHz RF Shielding Higher temperature rating than semi-rigid cable Excellent attenuation and VSWR Low cost

Available with Low-Density Dielectrics
Improved insertion loss Higher operating temperatures Improved phase and IL stability vs. temperature Increased power handling Dedicated connectors available

Easy to Use

Accepts standard semi-rigid connectors Cuts and strips with standard semi-rigid machines Form and route at installation No bend tooling required Tinned outer conductor for improved solderability

Availability

Stock Packaged on spools in lengths of 50, 100, 250, 500 or 1000 feet Metric lengths available Halogen-free jacket options available

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Micro-Coax, Inc. 206 Jones Boulevard, Pottstown, PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.495.0110 Fax 610.495.6656 www.micro-coax.com sales@micro-coax.com

UTiFORM HAND-FORMABLE CABLES

DIMENSIONS
Jacket Diameter [in] [mm] Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Wire Diameter [in] [mm]

UT-47-Form
— — 0.047 1.194 0.034 0.864 0.011 0.279

UT-47-Form-F
0.063 1.600 0.047 1.194 0.035 0.889 0.011 0.279

UT-85-Form
— — 0.085 2.159 0.070 1.778 0.020 0.508

MATERIALS
Wire Dielectric Outer Conductor Jacket RoHS Compliant SPCW PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid — YES SPCW PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid FEP YES SPCW PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid — YES

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Maximum Temperature [°C] Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [grams/ft] [grams/m] 200 0.10 2.54 1.4 4.6 200 0.10 2.54 2.3 6.9 200 0.13 3.18 3.8 12.5

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Velocity of Propagation [%] Maximum Voltage, VRMS Signal Delay [ns/ft] [ns/m] Frequency Range Typical Attenuation [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.5 GHz 1.0 GHz 10.0 GHz 18.0 GHz ATTEN 29 41 140 194 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1000 1.45 4.76 DC-20 POWER 67 47 14 10 ATTEN 29 41 140 194 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1000 1.45 4.76 DC-20 POWER 67 47 14 10 ATTEN 16 22 80 113 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1500 1.45 4.76 DC-20 POWER 211 148 44 32

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UTiFORM HAND-FORMABLE CABLES

DIMENSIONS
Jacket Diameter [in] [mm] Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Wire Diameter [in] [mm]

UT-85-Form-F
0.106 2.692 0.085 2.159 0.070 1.778 0.020 0.508

UT-85C-Form
— — 0.085 2.159 0.070 1.778 0.020 0.508

UT-85C-Form-F
0.106 2.692 0.085 2.159 0.070 1.778 0.020 0.508

MATERIALS
Wire Dielectric Outer Conductor Jacket RoHS Compliant SPCW PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid FEP YES SPC Solid PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid — YES SPC Solid PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid FEP YES

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Maximum Temperature [°C] Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [grams/ft] [grams/m] 200 0.13 3.18 4.7 15.4 200 0.13 3.18 3.8 12.5 200 0.13 3.18 4.7 15.4

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Velocity of Propagation [%] Maximum Voltage, VRMS Signal Delay [ns/ft] [ns/m] Frequency Range Typical Attenuation [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.5 GHz 1.0 GHz 10.0 GHz 18.0 GHz ATTEN 16 22 80 113 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1500 1.45 4.46 DC-20 POWER 211 148 44 32 ATTEN 16 22 80 113 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1500 1.45 4.76 DC-20 POWER 211 148 44 32 ATTEN 16 22 80 113 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1500 1.45 4.76 DC-20 POWER 211 148 44 32

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UTiFORM HAND-FORMABLE CABLES

DIMENSIONS
Jacket Diameter [in] [mm] Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Wire Diameter [in] [mm]

UT-141-Form
— — 0.141 3.581 0.114 2.896 0.035 0.889

UT-141-Form-F
0.161 4.089 0.141 3.581 0.114 2.896 0.035 0.889

UT-141C-Form
— — 0.141 3.581 0.114 2.896 0.035 0.889

MATERIALS
Wire Dielectric Outer Conductor Jacket RoHS Compliant SPCW Solid PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid — YES SPCW PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid FEP YES SPC Solid PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid — YES

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Maximum Temperature [°C] Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [grams/ft] [grams/m] 200 0.38 9.53 12.7 41.7 200 0.38 9.53 15.4 50.5 200 0.38 9.53 12.7 41.7

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Velocity of Propagation [%] Maximum Voltage, VRMS Signal Delay [ns/ft] [ns/m] Frequency Range Typical Attenuation [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.5 GHz 1.0 GHz 10.0 GHz 18.0 GHz ATTEN 9 12 48 71 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1900 1.45 4.76 DC-20 POWER 546 381 109 78 ATTEN 9 12 48 71 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1900 1.45 4.76 DC-20 POWER 546 381 109 78 ATTEN 9 12 48 71 50 29.0 95.1 70% 1900 1.45 4.76 DC-20 POWER 546 381 109 78

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76 DC-18 POWER 1460 1011 274 191 ATTEN 5 8 33 50 50 29.45 4.0 GHz ATTEN 9 12 48 71 50 29.1 70% 3000 1.896 0.581 0.141 3.5 200 0. Pottstown.0 200 1.micro-coax.181 0.036 0.38 9.00 25. Inc.com .035 0.0 183.0 GHz 10.0 95.889 UT-250C-Form — — 0.0 GHz 18.161 4.089 0.248 0.76 DC-20 POWER 546 381 109 78 ATTEN 5 8 33 50 50 29.495.626 UT-250C-Form-F 0. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.45 4.495.204 5.246 6.0110 Fax 610.45 4.com sales@micro-coax.53 15.626 MATERIALS Wire Dielectric Outer Conductor Jacket RoHS Compliant SPC Solid PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid FEP YES SPC Solid PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid — YES SPC Solid PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid FEP YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Maximum Temperature [°C] Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [grams/ft] [grams/m] 200 0.064 1.7 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Velocity of Propagation [%] Maximum Voltage.76 DC-18 POWER 546 381 109 78 54 Micro-Coax.5 GHz 1. VRMS Signal Delay [ns/ft] [ns/m] Frequency Range Typical Attenuation [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.1 70% 1900 1.204 5.50 12.1 70% 3000 1.70 51.0 95.0 95.UTiFORM HAND-FORMABLE CABLES DIMENSIONS Jacket Diameter [in] [mm] Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Wire Diameter [in] [mm] UT-141C-Form-F 0.40 56. 206 Jones Boulevard.4 50.064 1.277 7.248 0.2 168.6656 www.114 2.246 6.181 0.

023 0.0 88.896 0.106 2.4 50.159 0.035 0.1 225 0.889 MATERIALS Wire Dielectric Outer Conductor Jacket RoHS Compliant SPC LD PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid — YES SPC LD PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid FEP YES SPC LD PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid — YES SPC LD PTFE Tin-Dipped Braid FEP YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Maximum Temperature [°C] Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [grams/ft] [grams/m] 225 0.0 88.6 77% 1900 1.584 — — 0.7 15.692 0.0 88.33 DC-20 ATTEN 14 20 66 92 POWER 228 161 50 37 50 27.7 200 0. VRMS Signal Delay [ns/ft] [ns/m] Frequency Range Typical Attenuation [dB/100ft] /Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C Sea Level 0.778 0.32 4.5 12.5 GHz 1.0 GHz 18.089 0.584 0.114 2.33 DC-20 ATTEN 9 12 48 71 POWER 593 418 128 94 55 .7 12.085 2.114 2.5 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Velocity of Propagation [%] Maximum Voltage.33 DC-20 ATTEN 14 20 66 92 POWER 228 161 50 37 50 27.7 12.159 0.6 77% 1500 1.070 1.25 6.UTiFORM LOW LOSS CABLES DIMENSIONS Jacket Diameter [in] [mm] Outer Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Wire Diameter [in] [mm] UT-85C-Form-LL UT-85C-Form-LL-F UT-141C-Form-LL UT-141C-Form-LL-F — — 0.32 4.1 225 0.6 77% 1500 1.32 4.896 0.581 0.32 4.023 0.581 0.085 2.0 GHz 50 27.0 GHz 10.778 0.4 40.141 3.7 12.6 77% 1900 1.5 12.070 1.35 3.035 0.35 3.889 0.161 4.25 6.141 3.33 DC-20 ATTEN 9 12 48 71 POWER 593 418 128 94 50 27.0 88.

206 Jones Boulevard. Pottstown. which are readily available and easy to use Stock to satisfy immediate needs Packaged on spools in lengths of 50 to 1000 ft.micro-coax. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.0110 Fax 610.495.495. no added investment in time or equipment Designed for standard solder-on connectors. M-FLEX FEATURES AND BENEFITS HIGH PERFORMANCE Helical shield for improved loss and phase stability Same line size as semi-rigid to optimize assembly loss and VSWR Isolation greater than 90 dB to minimize cross talk and maximize system performance EASY TO USE Fully flexible for ease of installation Uses standard machines for cutting and stripping. Inc. durability and lower cost compared to similar products. Strength and protection are then added via a round wire braid and FEP outer jacket.6656 www. zero-halogen jacket options to meet specific requirements Pre-assembled with connectors upon request for added convenience AVAILABILITY 56 Micro-Coax. stability. Micro-Coax has designed M-FLEX from “the GHz down” rather than “the MHz up”. M-FLEX is also easy to use since it strips with standard tools and accepts standard solder-on connectors. to meet a wide variety of volume requirements Metric lengths available for added flexibility Low-smoke. This precision approach results in unsurpassed improvements in shielding. Employing our highfrequency microwave cable technology.M-FLEX® FLEXIBLE CABLE M-FLEX from Micro-Coax offers an excellent choice for Microwave signal transmission.com . M-FLEX is constructed from an improved solid PTFE dielectric core underneath a precision wound layer of metalized tape for nearly ideal microwave shielding. The result is a cable with true microwave performance and excellent mechanical characteristics.

0 246.3 96.0 29.5 12. VRMS Signal Delay [ns/ft] [ns/m] Typical Attenuation [dB/100ft] / Average Power [Watts CW] @ 20°C See Level 0.1 70% >90 2000 1.39 -65 to 80 0. Inside Bend Radius [in] [mm] Weight [lbs/100ft] [kg/100m] -65 to 80 0.5 GHz 1.997 0.0 102.0 POWER 130.082 2.064 0.1 65.1 70% >90 2000 1.3 96.083 0.0 12.30 19.76 ATTEN 15.0 69.76 50 ± 1.036 0.0 ATTEN 9.7 2.540 0.0 POWER 354.45 4.0 57 .M-FLEX FLEXIBLE CABLE DIMENSIONS Jacket Diameter [in] [mm] Outer Shield Diameter [in] [mm] Dielectric Diameter [in] [mm] Center Conductor Diameter [in] [mm] HFE 100D 0.0 19.0 21.100 2.020 0.118 2.90 43.4 45.508 HFE 160D 0.0 GHz Attenuation add 5% 18.914 MATERIALS Jacket Braid Shield Dielectric Wire RoHS Compliant Aqua FEP Silver Plated Copper Braid Silver Plated Copper Tape PTFE SPCW YES Aqua FEP Silver Plated Copper Braid Silver Plated Copper Tape PTFE SPCW YES MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Temperature Range [°C] Min.0 GHz *For Maximum 10.0 91.0 26.066 1.138 3.160 4.505 0.0 GHz 50 ± 1.0 29.25 6.35 1.676 0.0 73.25 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Characteristic Impedance [ohms] Capacitance [Nominal] [pF/ft] [pF/m] Velocity of Propagation [%] Shielding Effectiveness [dB @ 1 GHz] Maximum Voltage.0 48.45 4.

300T √e ...984T √e . Inc..degrees GHz Cutoff Frequency f = 7.... PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.6656 www. inches Center conductor diameter.495. inches Dielectric diameter.... 206 Jones Boulevard.pF/m log10D d Voltage Standing Wave Ratio SWR = 1 + Г 1-Г Velocity of Propagation Return Loss RL = 20log SWR .38e .dB SWR .EQUATIONS Attenuation (Theoretical) at 20ºC a = 0.495.. .ps Capacitance C = 7...78 fe1/2 Fp .. inches Characteristic Impedance (ohms) Velocity of Propagation Phase (degrees) e Fp Γ SWR a A f FGHz fco R1 R2 Rt R20 Dielectric Constant Power factor or dielectric bulk loss (dissipation factor) Reflection Coefficient Standing wave ratio Attenuation (dB/100ft) Attenuation at 1.33 √eL .1 Characteristic Impedance Z0 = 138 log10 D . Pottstown..pF/ft log10D d Vp = 1 x 100 √e C = 24.maximum 250ºC Temperature of ambient environment.m Cable Rise Time (10% to 90% amplitude) TR = 1.ns/m L = 0.016 √eL . ºC ..micro-coax.com ...ft T = 3...5 ..dB/100ft Z0 d D Delay T = 1...ns/ft L = 0..2e ..0110 Fax 610.434√F (√R1 + √R2) f1/2 + 2...% of Free-Space Velocity + 1 .ohms √e d Phase Φ = 360TF .ºC Outer diameter of cable.GHz √e (D + d) SYMBOLS RL TR L T ti ta OD D d Z0 Vp Ø Return Loss (dB) Rise Time Length Time in nanoseconds Temperature of inner conductor.0 GHz in dB/100 ft.. Frequency in MHz Frequency in GHz Moding Frequency in GHz Ratio of center conductor resistance to copper Ratio of outer conductor resistance to copper Resistance of conductor at temperature ta Resistance of conductor at temperature 20ºC 58 Micro-Coax.29 A2 L2 x 10-2 ..

PA 19464-3465 Phone: 610-495-0110 Fax: 610-495-6656 E-Mail: sales@micro-coax. Shipments Unless specific instructions accompany the order. must be given when purchasing any cable type. Estimated shipment is based on material availability and factory capacity at time of quote and as such. 59 . Terms of payment are Net 30 Days. All claims for shortages must be made within 10 days after receipt of material from MICRO-COAX. PA. Non-stock items may be sampled depending on availability at the time of the request. The RMA number should be referenced on the packing container and all associated paperwork.micro-coax. Source Inspection Prices quoted are based on inspection at destination. Non-Recurring Engineering Charges Non-recurring engineering charges. MICRO-COAX reserves the right to ship COD or upon receipt of advance payment if satisfactory credit cannot be established.com Terms Formal price quotations remain in effect for 30 days unless otherwise agreed on quotation. Upon completion of order. Calleva Park Aldermaston. straight or coiled. A charge per day or part of a day applies to any order requiring source inspection. MICRO-COAX will use its judgement as to the best method of shipment. subject to approval of credit. is subject to prior sale. Berkshire RG7 8PN England Phone: 44-1189-810023 Fax: 44-1189-816180 www. They do not give the customer any claim or right to remove these tools from the MICRO-COAX plant or have say in the use or disposition of these tools. Lengths required. There will be no charge for upkeep or repair of tools and fixtures. MICRO-COAX may dispose of said tools and fixtures as it sees fit.com www. shipment is made FOB Pottstown. reimburse MICRO-COAX in part for tools and fixtures needed for a particular job.ORDERING AND SERVICE INFORMATION How to Order Please order by catalog part number and/or drawing number adding any special requirements such as plating. Where to Order Address all purchase orders and communications to: Worldwide (except Europe) MICRO-COAX 206 Jones Boulevard Pottstown. if any.com In Europe ROSENBERGER MICRO-COAX 2B Mercury House. Return Policy Please contact MICRO-COAX for an RMA number before returning product.rmcoax. Sample Policy Samples are normally available for most standard stock items. A cable sample quantity of 2 feet is applicable.

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It is measured in decibels per unit length of cable. BEL: A unit that represents the logarithm of the ratio of two levels.000 Hz. See dB. Ethernet. used for mechanical protection. Analog Signal: An electrical signal which varies continuously. and 2 logarithm10 (I1.com . air chambers or microvoids. Most common LAN transmission. Also analog to frequency convertor. BAUD: Unit of data transmission speed meaning bits per second (500 baud = 500 bits per second).495. Bandwidth: The data-carrying capacity of a transmission medium. at a given frequency. Baseband: The frequency band occupied by a single or composite signal in its original or unmodulated form. Air-articulated: Having an air component included with the dielectric material. Attenuation: Loss of signal strength as a function of distance. while improving its flex life and flexibility. Token Ring and Arcnet use baseband transmission. Alloy: A metal formed by combining two or more different metals to obtain desirable properties. Balanced Line: A cable having two identical conductors which carry voltages opposite in polarity and equal in magnitude with respect to ground. measured in dB. 62 Micro-Coax.I2).0110 Fax 610.6656 www. American National Standards Institute (ANSI): The principal standards development body in the USA. Abrasion Resistance: Ability to resist surface wear. Audio: A term used to describe sounds within the range of human hearing. Binder: A tape or thread used for holding assembled cable components in place. Accelerated Life Test: A test that simulates long-time environmental conditions in a relatively short time. Can also provide impedance transformation. AM: Amplitude modulation. Anneal: To soften and relieve strains in any solid material. AC: Alternating current. The number of bels is equal to the logarithm10 of P1/P2. not having discrete values. nongovernmental body supported by over 1000 trade organizations. Defined as the amount of current that flows when one volt of emf is applied across one ohm of resistance. Important characteristic in networking transmission to assure that signal sent down a twisted pair is stronger at the receiving end of the cable than are any interference signals imposed on that same pair by crosstalk from other pairs. usually steel or aluminum. The gauge varies inversely with the actual wire diameter. For example. certain electrical signals used in telephony are analog representations of voice. professional societies. An ampere is produced by one coulomb of charge passing a point in one second.495. BIT: One binary digit. Ambient: Conditions existing at a test or operating location prior to energizing equipment (e. Also used to describe devices which are designed to operate within this range. Attenuation Crosstalk Ratio (ACR): The difference between attenuation and crosstalk. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. Bandmarking: A continuous circumferential band applied to a conductor at regular intervals for identification. ANSI is a nonprofit. Bend Loss: A form of increased attenuation caused by (a) having an optical fiber curved around a restrictive radius of curvature or (b) microbends caused by minute distortions in the fiber imposed by externally induced perturbations. Attenuation Constant: A rating for cable or other transmitting medium. Bit Error Rate (BER): Discrepancy between outgoing and incoming bits transmitted between data equipment. Ampere (A): Standard unit of current.g. Amplitude: The maximum value of a varying waveform. such as metal or glass. Balun: A device for matching an unbalanced coaxial transmission line to a balanced two-wire system. 206 Jones Boulevard. by heating to just below its melting point and then slowly cooling it.Bit Error Rate A: Ampere. Aerial Cable: A cable suspended in the air on poles or other overhead structure. AF: Audio Frequency. Inc. Audio Frequency: That range of frequencies lying within the range of human hearing: approximately 20 to 20. Pottstown. 2 logarithm10 (E1/E2). In optical fiber. which is the relative rate of amplitude decrease of voltage or current in the direction of travel. it is the “dimming” of the light as it travels through the fiber. as 300 ohm balanced to 75 ohm unbalanced. usually by perforations. and companies. ambient temperature). Armor: A braid of wrapping of metals.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS A . Bend Radius: Radius of curvature that a fiber optic or metallic cable can bend without any adverse effects.micro-coax. Annealing generally lowers the tensile strength of the material. Anti-oxidant: A substance which prevents or slows down oxidation of material exposed to heat. It is the USA’s member body to ISO. American Wire Gauge (AWG): A standard for determining wire size.

CB: Citizens band. Cable Sheath: The protective covering applied to cables. The carrier revolves during braiding operations. Braid Angle: The smaller of the two angles formed by the shielding strand and the axis of the cable being shielded. video and data channels simultaneously. C: Symbol designation for capacitance. Capacitance Reactance: The opposition to alternating current due to the capacitance of a capacitor. The strands are wound side by side on the carrier bobbin and lie parallel in the finished braid. Cable TV is a broadband transmission. Capacitance. The term booster is also applied to antenna preamplifiers. Transformers may be employed to boost ac voltages. consists of individual closed cells of inert gas suspended in a polyethylene medium. Each channel operates on a different frequency.g.4 GHz range. Braid Ends: The number of strands used to make up one carrier. CCTV (Closed-Circuit Television): Use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a limited amount of monitors not available for public view.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Bluetooth . Breakdown Voltage: The voltage at which the insulation between two conductors is destroyed. cable or circuit. Bond Strength: Amount of adhesion between surfaces. type of dielectric and spacing between the conducting surfaces. Braid Coverage: A percentage of underlying surface area covered by the braid. Optical carrier frequency is from the infrared. Cabling: The method by which a group of insulated conductors is mechanically assembled or twisted together. Community Antenna Television (CATV): A reference to the local cable television system or carrier. Capacitance (C): That property of a system of conductors and dielectrics which permits the storage of electricity when potential difference exists between the conductors. Cable Assembly: A length of cable with connectors on one or both ends.28fc where f is the frequency in Hz and C is the capacitance in farads. Capacitor: Two conducting surfaces separated by a dielectric material. Each workstation then selects those transmissions addressed to it based in address information contained in the transmission.e. CAD/CAM: Computer-aided design/Computer-aided manufacturing. (i. It is measured in ohms and is equal to 1/6. Also refers to the connectors and straps used to bond equipment. e. and Celsius. in cemented ribbon cable. 63 . electronic organizers and printers in the 2.Cellular Polyethylene Bluetooth: A technology that enables data connections between electronic devices such as desktop computers. Carrier Frequency: The electromagnetic wave frequency selected to transmit information. Cable: An insulated conductor or multi-conductors twisted together. Its value is expressed as a ratio of a quantity of electricity to a potential difference. personal communications services and other wireless networks. bank surveillance). Direct: The capacitance measured directly from conductor to conductor through a single insulating layer. Bunch Strand: Conductors twisted together with the same lay and direction without regard to geometric pattern. visible range or ultraviolet spectrum areas. Bonding: The method used to produce good electrical contact between metallic parts of any device. The capacitance is determined by the area of the surfaces. wireless phones. Bus-Bar Wire: Uninsulated tinned copper wire used as a common lead. Buffer: A protective coating over an optical fiber. Booster: A device or amplifier inserted into a line or cable to increase the voltage. Butyl Rubber: A synthetic rubber with good insulating properties. Breakout: The point at which a conductor or group of conductors is separated from a multi-conductor cable to complete circuits at various points along the main cable. resulting in a desirable reduction of the dielectric constant. Bus: A Local Area Network topology in which all workstations hear all transmissions on the cable.. Braid Carrier: A spool or bobbin on a braider which holds one group of strands or filaments consisting of a specific number of ends. Used extensively in automobiles and aircraft to prevent static buildup. Cellular Polyethylene: Expanded or “foam” polyethylene. CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access): A spread spectrum air-interface technology used in some digital cellular. Byte: A group of adjacent binary digits (8 bits). Braid: A weave of metal or metal clad fibers used as a shield covering for an insulated conductor or group of insulated conductors. Broadband: A transmission facility that has a bandwidth (capacity) capable of carrying numerous voice. BPS (bits per second): Often preceded by K (kilo/thousands) or M (mega/million).

one circular mil is equal to pi/4 square mils.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Certificate of Compliance . and usually covered by an insulating jacket. 206 Jones Boulevard. coaxials. etc. Conductance: The ability of a conductor to carry an electrical charge. Inc. Concentric Stranding: A group of uninsulated wires twisted together and containing a center core with subsequent layers spirally wrapped around the core to form a single conductor. Crazing: The minute cracks on the surface of plastic materials. triples. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. Characteristic Impedance: Characteristic impedance of a uniform line is the ratio of an applied potential difference to the resultant current at the point where the potential difference is applied. Pottstown. e. Copolymer: A compound resulting from the polymerization of two different monomers. affected by chemical or irradiation techniques. Copper-Clad: Steel with a coating of copper welded to it. which shows that the product being shipped meets the customer’s specifications. The ratio of the current flow to the potential difference causing the flow. Corona: A localized discharge resulting from transient gaseous ionization in an insulating system when the voltage stress exceeds a critical value. when the line is of infinite length. etc. pairs. Crosstalk: The unwanted introduction of signals from one channel to another. Conductivity: The ability of a material to allow electrons to flow. 64 Micro-Coax. Connector Insertion Loss (Attenuation): The loss of power in a mated pair of connectors.g. measured by the current per unit of voltage applied. Conduit: A tube or trough in which insulated wires and cables are passed. Coaxial cable is such a uniform line. This practice yields smaller diameter constructions than does a separate axis construction. hence.6656 www. Connector: A device used to physically and electrically join two or more conductors. Coil Effect: The inductive effect exhibited by a spiral wrapped shield. Circular Mil: A term used to define cross-sectional areas using an arithmetic short-cut in which the area of a round wire is taken as “diameter in mils (0.495. a twisting of all conductors about a “common axis” with two conductor groups then selected as pairs. It is the reciprocal of resistivity. Circuit: A system of conducting media designed to pass an electric current. as distinguished from copper-plated. Cold Flow: Deformation of the insulation due to mechanical force of pressure (not due to heat softening). the measurement of the location of the center of the conductor with respect to the geometric center of the surrounding insulation. Creep: The dimensional change with time of a material under load. Copper: A reddish metal that is an excellent conductor of electricity. separated by a dielectric material. Coaxial Cable: A cylindrical transmission line comprised of a conductor centered inside a metallic tube or shield. Conformable: See Semi-Flexible. Corrosion: The deterioration of a material by chemical reaction or galvanic action. Control Cable: A multi-conductor cable made for operation in control or signal circuits. suitable for carrying electric current. Certificate Test Report (CTR): A report providing actual test data on cable. which shows that the product being shipped conforms to test specifications. Tests are normally run by a Quality Control Department. Common Mode: Noise caused by a difference in “group potential”. Cross-Linked: A term denoting intermolecular bonds between long chain thermoplastic polymers.com . Conductor: A wire or combination of wires not insulated from one another.001)” squared. numbers. Concentricity: In a wire or cable. Color Code: Method of identifying different conductors by means of colors.micro-coax.Crosstalk Certificate of Compliance (C of C): A certificate which is normally generated by a Quality Control Department.495. especially above audio frequencies. Corona Extinction Voltage (CEV): The voltage below which previously initiated corona pulses cease. By grounding at either end rather than both ends (usually grounded at source) one can reduce this interference. Coupling: The transfer of energy between two or more cables or components of a circuit. printing. The reciprocal of resistance. quads. CPU: Central Processing Unit. Composite Cable: A cable containing more than one gauge size or a variety of circuit types.0110 Fax 610. Common Carrier: Public transmission link such as Verizon or AT&T Telephone Systems. Common Axis Cabling: In multiple cable constructions. but tends to yield greater susceptance to EMI and ESI.

Cycle Life: The number of repetitive flex motions that a wire or cable can withstand prior to breakdown. E: Voltage (electromotive force). Current. The rate at which a full cycle occurs in a given unit of time (generally a second) is called the frequency of the current. Delay Line: A transmission line or equivalent device designed to delay a wave or signal for a specific length of time. Drawing: The process of pulling metal through a die or a series of dies to achieve a desired diameter. Dielectric Constant: Also called permittivity. Dual Mode: Describes a handset that works on both analog and digital networks. Drain Wire: An uninsulated wire in contact with a shield throughout its length. Cryogenic: Use of cables in very low temperature environments. Dielectric Strength: The maximum voltage insulation can withstand without rupture. Digital Signal Processor (DSP): A microprocessor that digitizes analog signals. Dispersion: The cause of bandwidth limitations in an optical fiber. Dielectric Loss: The power dissipated in a dielectric as the result of the friction produced by molecular motion when an alternating electric field is applied. It may be constant or pulsating as long as its movement is in the same direction.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS CRT . This sets an upper limit to the coaxial line’s normal useful frequency range. Inductive Coupling. CXC: Coaxial Cable. Dielectric: Nonconductive. Dielectric Heating: The heating of an insulating material when placed in a radio-frequency field. defined as ten times the base ten log of the ratio of input power to output power. such as silicon rubber. caused by internal losses during the rapid polarization reversal of molecules in the material. An insulating medium between two conductors. Cut-Through Resistance: The ability of a material to withstand mechanical pressure without damage. That property of a dielectric which determines the amount of electrostatic energy that can be sorted by the material when a given voltage is applied to it. Current. Current Loop: A two-wire transmit/receive interface. Digital Signal: An electrical signal which possesses two distinct states (on/off. Normally a catastrophic failure of an insulation because of excessive voltage. Actually. Direct (dc): Electric current whose electrons flow in one direction only. 65 .S. Used for terminating the shield. Dielectric Breakdown: Any change in the properties of a dielectric that causes it to become conductive. CSA (Canadian Standards Association) Cable Designation. Duplex Insulated: In the thermocouple industry. Duct: An underground or overhead tube for carrying electrical cables. DCS 1800 (digital cellular system): A global system for mobile communications-based PCS network used outside the U. Distortion: Any undesired change in a waveform or signal. Two major types are (a) mode dispersion caused by differential optical path lengths in a multimode fiber. Cut-Off: The frequency above which a coaxial device will support electrical modes other than the principal TEM (transverse electromagnetic) mode. positive/negative).Electromagnetic Coupling CRT: Cathode Ray Tube. One tenth of a bel. Decibel (dB): A logarithmic comparison of power levels. Dispersion causes a broadening of input pulses along the length of the fiber. ECTFE: Ethylene chloro-triflouroethylene (Halar®). Earth: British terminology for zero-reference ground. distorting pulses and modulation envelopes. the ratio of the capacitance of a capacitor using the dielectric to the capacitance of an identical capacitor using a vacuum as a dielectric. DC Resistance: See Resistance. Elastomer: A rubber-like synthetic polymer. and (b) material dispersion caused by a differential delay of various wavelengths of light in a wave guide material. Derating Factor: A factor used to reduce the current-carrying capacity of a wire when used in environments other than that for which the value was established. EIA: Electronic Industries Association (formerly RMA or RETMA). Alternating (ac): An electric current that periodically reverses direction of electron flow. a combination of dissimilar metal conductors of a thermocouple or thermocouple extension wire. Electromagnetic: Referring to the combined electric and magnetic fields caused by electron motion through conductors. CSA: Canadian Standards Association. Electromagnetic Coupling: The transfer of energy by means of a varying magnetic field. Digital: Representation of data by discrete characters.

increased the stability of a system as the feedback improves stability and fidelity. Expanded Diameter: Diameter of shrink tubing as supplied. Example: an electric charge. ETFE: Ethylene tetraflouroethylene (Teflon®). Use this cable when local fire codes call for low flame and low smoke. Field: An area through which electric and/or magnetic lines of force pass.Frequency Electron Volt: A measure of the energy gained by an electron falling through an electric field produced by one volt. 66 . PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. Flat Cable: Multiconductor cable arranged in a parallel-type configuration manufactured with controlled tolerance spacing. or when cable is run through a forced-air plenum. Energy Dissipation: Loss of energy from a system due to the conversion of work energy into an undesirable form. Extrusion: A process of continuously applying an insulation over a conductor or jacket (rubber or plastic compounds). 206 Jones Boulevard. EMP: Electromagnetic Pulse.g. Foamed Plastics: Insulations having a cellular structure. FAA: Federal Aeronautics Association. Flame Resistance: The ability of material not to propagate flame once the flame source is removed.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Electron Volt . Expanded Polyethylene: See Cellular Polyethylene.495. Flex Life: The ability of a cable to bend many times before breaking. Equilay: More than one layer of helically laid wires with the length of the lay the same for each layer. FM: Frequency Modulation. Capacitive coupling. Flexibility: The ability of a cable to bend in a short radius (also see Limpness). Flammability: The measure of a material’s ability to support combustion. EPR: Ethylene-propylene-diene monomer rubber. usually heat. A material with good electrical insulating properties. Fillers: Non-conducting components cabled with the uninsulated conductors or optical fibers to impart roundness.micro-coax. Ferrous: Composed of and/or containing iron.com FRD (Fire Retardant): A rating used for cable with Teflon or equivalent jacket and insulation. but temperature limited to 400°F (204°C). Dissipation of electrical energy occurs when current flows through a resistance. e. Fatigue Resistance: Resistance of metal crystallization which leads to conductors breaking from flexing. such as lighting systems and electric motors. or a combination of all three. FHPE: Foamed high density polyethylene. Floating: Referring to a circuit which has no connection to ground. Positive feedback reduces the stability of a device and is used to increase the sensitivity or produce oscillation in a system. Fluorocopolymer: Generic term for PVDF. Electrostatic Coupling: The transfer of energy by means of a varying electrostatic field. Energy: The capability of doing work. also called inverse feedback. F: Frequency. Farad (F): The capacitance of a capacitor in which a charge of 1 coulomb produces a 1-volt potential difference between its terminals. Frequency: The number of times an alternating current repeats its cycle in one second. EMF: Electromotive force (voltage).0110 Fax 610. to the cable. EMI: Energy generated by outside sources. A material with good electrical insulating properties. flexibility. tensile strength. which is received by copper data/ voice cable and interferes with transmission. Inc. Negative feedback. A ferrous metal exhibits magnetic characteristics. Micro-Coax. When heated. FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene-Propylene): Copolymer of PTFE and hexafluoropropylene. Fiber Optics: Light transmission through optical fibers for communication and signaling. EPDM: Ethylene-propylene copolymer rubber. the tubing will shrink to its extruded diameter. Electrostatic: Pertaining to static electricity or electricity at rest. External Interference: The effects of electrical waves or fields which cause spurious signals other than the desired intelligence. Feedback: Energy that is extracted from a high-level point in a circuit and applied to a lower level. Foam Polyethylene: See Cellular Polyethylene. Pottstown. EMC: Electromagnetic compatibility.495.6656 www. Epoxy: An adhesive used in the connector termination process. Electrical properties similar to PTFE. noise.

Ground Fault: A failure of transmission involving insulation-toshield or insulation-to-ground wire. Or the impedance which makes a transmission cable seem infinitely long. High Frequency (HF): The band from 3 to 30 MHz in the radio spectrum. Impact Strength: A test for determining the mechanical punishment a cable can withstand without physical or electrical breakdown by impacting with a given weight. High: Generally. when connected across the cable’s output terminals. Ground Loop: A completed circuit between shielded pairs of a multiple pair created by random contact between shields.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Frequency. 12R: Formula for power in watts. GND: Ground. to 50 or 60 Hertz power available in residential areas. An undesirable circuit condition in which interference is created by ground currents when grounds are connected at more than one point. temperature change and resultant electrical phase changes in cable when the temperature returns to the initial point of measurement. Hygroscopic: Readily absorbing and retaining moisture. hand cables. R = resistance in ohms. dropped a given distance. in a controlled environment. A circuit. 67 . Power: Normally. Gigahertz (GHz): One billion cycles per second (109 cps). as designated by the Federal Communications Commission. Gauge: Term to denote size of wire. the ratio of the applied voltage to the resultant current at the point the voltage is applied. Characteristic: In a transmission cable of infinite length. Hertz (Hz): A term replacing cycles-per-second as an indication of frequency. the area of 1 through 600 ohms.000 ohms or higher. Hipot: Term used for high-voltage dielectric test and/or equipment. IF: Intermediate frequency. Ground (GRD): An electrical term meaning to connect to the earth or other large conducting body to serve as an earth thus making a complete electrical circuit. current or power over a standard or previous reading. colored. IEC: International Electrotechnical Commission. Low Frequency. Hash Mark Stripe: A non-continuous helical stripe applied to a conductor for identification. Heat Distortion: Distortion of a material due to the effects of heat. H: Symbol designation for magnetic intensity and henry. Impedance. IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers): An international professional society that issues its own standards and is a member of ANSI and ISO. Hard Drawn: Refers to metal that has not been annealed. Impedance. Low: Generally. for special hookups. Impedance: The total opposition that a circuit offers to the flow of alternating current or any other varying current at a particular frequency. Hypalon®: A DuPont trade name for a synthetic rubber (chlorosulfonated polyethylene) used as insulating and jacketing material for wire and cable. I: Symbol used to designate current. Hum: A term used to describe the 60. Harness: Group of conductors. terminal or chassis is said to be at ground potential when it is used as a reference point for other potentials in the system. Usually expressed in decibels. Computer to test equipment (IEEE-488). Hook-up Wire: Small.Impedance. Geophysical Cable: Cable used in exploring for underground oil deposits. Impedance. Usually hum is the result of undesired coupling to a 60-cycle source or to the defective filtering of 120-cycle ripple output of a rectifier. spiral stripe applied to a conductor for circuit identification. Frequency Response: The characteristic of a device denoting the range of frequencies over which it may be used effectively. where I = current in amperes. Henry (H): A practical unit of inductance that will produce an electromotive force of one volt when the current changes at the rate of one ampere per second. Heat Shock: A test to determine stability of a material by sudden exposure to a high temperature for a short period of time. Power . Ground Potential: The potential of the earth. Helical Stripe: A continuous. Also see Watt. single conductor wire used to hookup electrical parts of instruments for low current and voltage. the area of 25. Hysteresis: The lag between a cause and effect.or 120-cycle per second noise present in the sound of some communications equipment. Gain: The increase of voltage. GPIB: General purpose interface bus cable.

495. Ions are produced when polar compounds are dissolved in a solvent and when a liquid. or device to which it is connected. usually expressed in dB. Input: A signal (or power) which is applied to a piece of electric apparatus or other terminals on the apparatus to which a signal or power is applied. Inc. Kynar®: Fluorocarbon insulation rated -65° to 135°C. Isolation: The ability of a circuit or component to reject interference.281 feet (0. Induction Heating: Heating a conducting material by placing it in a rapidly changing magnetic field. KVA: Kilovolt Ampere. Kilo: Prefix meaning thousand. Interconnecting Cable: The wiring between modules. Insulation Resistance: The electrical resistance between two conductors separated by an insulating material. or electrostatic charge being produced in an object by lines of force from the source of such fields.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Impedance Match . Insertion Loss: The amount of the signal that is lost (attenuated) as the signal passes through a connection or interface. Ku-band: Radio spectrum in the 12 GHz range used by satellite communication systems.0110 Fax 610. such as cable conductors and circuit components. Kilometer (km): 1000 meters or 3. or the larger portions of a system. The practical stress on insulation is expressed in volts per mil. KEV: 1000 electron volts.6656 www. tin plating on copper. magnetic field. gas or solid is caused to lose or gain electrons due to the passage of an electric current. LAN (Local Area Network): A data communications network spanning a limited area.e. Interstices: Space between adjacent structures. Inductance: A property of a conductor or circuit which resists a change in current. IR Drop: The designation of a voltage drop in terms of current and resistance. Intermediate Frequency: A frequency to which a signal is converted for ease of handling. A laser in which the lasing occurs at the junction of n-type and p-type semiconductor materials. ISO: International Standards Organization. Induction: The phenomenon of a voltage. It causes current changes to lag behind voltage changes and is measured in henrys. Injection Laser Diode: Sometimes called the semiconductor diode. Insulation Stress: The molecule separation pressure caused by a potential difference across an insulator. between units. The changing field induces electric currents in the material and I2R losses account for the resultant heat. cable. Receives its name from the fact that it is an intermediate step between the initial and final conversion or detection stages. Interface: The region where two systems or a major and a minor system meet and interact with each other. IRS: Ignition radiation suppression. Interference: Disturbances of an electrical or electromagnetic nature that introduce undesirable responses into other electronic equipment.LAN Impedance Match: A condition whereby the impedance if a particular circuit cable or component is the same as the impedance of the circuit.495. KV: Kilovolt (1000 volts). Jacket: The outside covering of a cable. Impedance Matching Transformer: A transformer designed to match the impedance of one circuit to that of another. L: Symbol for inductance. Ionization: The formation of ions.micro-coax. It provides communication between two or more systems or devices. The potential at which an atom gives up an electron. KPSI: Tensile strength in thousands of pounds per square inch. i. K-Band: radio spectrum in the 18GHz to 27GHz range used by satellite communications systems. Insulation: A material having good dielectric properties which is used to separate close electrical components. Kevlar®: An aramid fiber used to provide crush resistance and pulling strength in a fiber cable. KW: Kilowatt. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. Inter-metallic: The compound formed by the diffusion of metals in intimate contact with each other. 206 Jones Boulevard.com . Also called matching sub. Pottstown. Kevlar is a trademark of the DuPont Company. the standard measurement for fiber optics.621 miles). Impedance Matching Sub: A section of transmission line or pair of conductors cut to match the impedance of a load. 68 Micro-Coax. Ionization Voltage: The potential at which a material ionizes. Irradiated: Exposure to high-energy radiation resulting in crosslinking of molecules.

Loading: See Loaded Line. Longitudinal Shrinkage: A term generally applied to shrink products denoting the discrete axial length lost through heating in order to obtain the recovered diameter. Such loss. mA: Milliampere (one-thousandth of an ampere). applied parallel to the axis of the core being shielded.. usually accelerated. e. Usually expressed in decibels (e. Local Area Network (LAN): A baseband or broadband interactive bidirectional communication system for voice. reactance. Light intensity is roughly proportional to electrical current flow. environment. Level: A measure of the difference between a quantity or value and an established reference. Magnetic Noise: Caused by a change in current level. Mbps (Mb/s): Megabits per second. Mega: Prefix meaning million. Lay: Pertaining to wire and cable. Loading is used to provide a given set of characteristics to a transmission line. Line Drop: A voltage loss occurring between any two points in a power or transmission line. Lossy: Having poor efficiency. 69 . Limpness: The ability of a cable to lay flat or conform to a surface as with microphone cables (also see Flexibility). or leakage of the line. designated by the Federal Communications Commission. the axial distance required for one cabled conductor or conductor strand to complete one revolution about the axis around which it is cabled. video or data use on a common cable medium. this magnetic field causes the magnetic noise. flows to encapsulate the interstitial air voids. Low Loss: A cable that has relatively small power loss over long lengths. is due to the resistance. Magnetic Field: The region within which a body or current experiences magnetic forces. Loss: The portion of energy applied to a system that is dissipated and performs no useful work. Lead-in: The cable that provides the path for RF energy between the antenna and the receiver or transmitter. The lay direction can be either “left” or “right”. LF: Low frequency. Light Emitting Diode (LED Source): A semiconductor device that emits incoherent light formed by the P-N junction. In a residential television installation. a horizontal run or unshielded lead-in will act as a long-wire antenna and introduce additional signal on top of the regular antenna signal causing ghosts.. MATV: Master Antenna TV. or drop. odBv).GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Laser .Mega Laser: A coherent source of light with a narrow beam spectral bandwidth (about 2nm). Load: A device that consumes power from a source and uses that power to perform a function. Line Level: Refers to the output voltage level of a piece of electronic equipment. Line Voltage: The value of the potential existing on a supply or power line. such as formed polyethylene or microporous Teflon. when heated. Loop Resistance: The total resistance of two conductors measured round trip from one end. Limits of Error: The maximum deviation (in degrees or percent) of a thermocouple or thermocouple extension wire from a standard emf-temperature to be measured.g.g. Leakage: The undesirable passage of current over the surface of or through an insulator. Low Frequency: A band of frequencies extending from 30 to 300 KHz in the radio spectrum. Map: Manufacturing automation protocol. Line Equalizer: A reactance (inductance and/or capacitance) connected in series with a transmission line to alter the frequencyresponse characteristics of the line. Loaded Line: A transmission line that has lumped elements (inductance or capacitance) added at uniformly spaced intervals. AC powerline (creates magnetic field around that cable). Magnetic Flux: The rate of flow of magnetic energy across or through a surface (real or imaginary). Low Loss Dielectric: An insulating material that has a relatively low dielectric loss. Longitudinal Shield: A tape shield. Long Wire Antenna: Any conductor length in excess of one-half of a wavelength. Mastic: Meltable coating used on the inside of some shrink products which. Lay Direction: The direction of the progressing spiral twist in a cable while looking along the axis of the cable away from the observer. Life Cycle: A test to determine the length of time before failure in a controlled. flat or corrugated.

that a material will absorb under specified conditions. I = E/R.28 feet. the current I in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage E.03937 inches. Modulation techniques include amplitude. Mono Filament: A single-strand filament as opposed to a braided or twisted filament. Micron (um): Millionth of a meter = 10-6 meter. OFHC: Abbreviation for oxygen-free.a small computer. Pottstown. Resistance of a circuit in which a potential difference of one volt produces a current of one ampere.0110 Fax 610. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. uufd.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Megahertz . frequency. Mylar®: DuPont trademark for polyethylene terephtalate (polyester) film. 206 Jones Boulevard.001). Used to measure the wavelength of light. Inc. mf and mfd are common abbreviations). phase. NEC: National Electrical Code.OSHA Megahertz (MHz): Unit of frequency equal to one million hertz (one million hertz per second).495.6656 www. Modem: Device that converts signals in one form to another form compatible with another kind of equipment. Microwave: A short electrical wave (usually less than 30 cm). Milli: Prefix meaning one-thousandth. Multiplex: A technique for putting two or more signals into a single channel. Microphonics: Noise caused by mechanical excitation of a system component. microphonics can be caused by the shield rubbing against the dielectric as the cable is flexed. Microfarad (MF): One-millionth of a farad (uf. Millimeter (mm): One millimeter equals 0. Ohm’s Law: Stated E = IR. Multi-conductor: A combination of 2 or more conductors cabled together under a common jacket. Multiplexing: Simultaneous transmission of two or more messages over the same cable medium.micro-coax. MIL: A unit of length equal to one thousandth of an inch (0. for example. Moisture Resistance: The ability of a material to resist absorbing moisture from the air or when immersed in water. flexible and semi-rigid. Nylon: An abrasion-resistant thermoplastic with good chemical resistance. in percentage. Also a picofarad (pf or pfd). or R = E/I. NEMA: National Electrical Manufacturers Association. high-conductivity copper. and inversely proportional to the resistance R. It has no residual deoxidant. mmfd are common abbreviations).com . Nomex®: A DuPont trademark for temperature-resistant. Neoprene: A synthetic rubber with good resistance to oil. mW (Milliwatt): One thousandth of a watt. Microprocessor: An IC processing unit (CPU) comprising a control unit. Noise: In a cable or circuit. a material with good oil and chemical resistance. Ohm (Ω): Unit of electrical resistance. Moisture Absorption: The amount of moisture.495. flameretardant nylon. Modulation: Altering the characteristics of a carrier wave to convey information. Mis-Match: A termination having a different impedance than that for which a circuit or cable is designed. Nanometer (nm): A unit of measure equal to 10-9 (one billionth) meter. See TDM.95% minimum copper content and an average annealed conductivity of 101%. plus many other forms of on-off digital coding. Micromicrofarad: One millionth of a microfarad (uuf. In a single-conductor microphone cable. Micro: Prefix meaning one-millionth. Modulus of Elasticity: The ratio of stress to strain in an elastic material. MIL-DTL-17: DSCC specification for Radio Frequency cables. ufd. OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Act relating to safety in places of employment. Mode: A single electromagnetic wave traveling in a cable. NBR: Butadiene-acrylonitrile copolymer rubber. Also called polychloroprene. an ALO and associated register . chemical and flame. Mutual Capacitance: Capacitance between two conductors when all other conductors including a ground are connected together and then regarded as an ignored ground. Meter (m): One meter equals 3. MHO: The unit of conductance equal to the reciprocal of the unit of resistance (ohm). Nanosecond (ns): One billionth of a second (10-9 seconds). mV (Millivolt): One thousandth of a volt. Monomer: The basic chemical unit used in building a polymer. 70 Micro-Coax. 99. any extraneous signal which tends to interfere with the signal normally present in or passing through the system.

Power: The amount of work per unit of time. Polybutadiene: A type of synthetic rubber often blended with other synthetic rubbers to improve their properties. The ratio of an actual power of an alternating current to apparent power. rubber or elastomer. Permittivity: The ratio of the capacitance of a capacitor using the dielectric to the capacitance of an identical capacitor using a vacuum as a dielectric. 71 . including both natural and synthetic products. Power Loss: The difference between the total power delivered to a circuit. Polychloroprene: Chemical name of neoprene. Overlap: The amount of trailing edge laps over the leading edge of a tape wrap. Periodicity: Uniformly spaced variations in the insulation diameter of a transmission cable that result in reflections of a signal. Polyethylene (PE): A thermoplastic material having excellent electrical properties. which is used extensively in the production of a high-strength moisture-resistant film used as a cable core wrap. Polyolefin: A family of thermoplastics based upon the unsaturated hydrocarbons known as olefins. Plenum: A compartment or chamber to which one or more air ducts are connected and that forms part of the air distribution system. Peak: The maximum instantaneous value of a varying current or voltage. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC): A general purpose thermoplastic used for wire and cable insulation and jackets. The measurement in picks per inch indicates the degree of coverage. Potting: Sealing by filling with a substance to exclude moisture.g. Plastic Deformation: Change in dimensions under load that is not recovered when the load is removed. Ozone: Extremely reactive form of oxygen. Plasticizer: A chemical added to plastics to make them softer and more flexible. Patchcord: A flexible piece of cable terminated at both ends with plugs. Parallel Circuit: A circuit in which the identical voltage is presented to all components. When combined with butylene or styrene polymers. with current dividing among the components according to the resistances or the impedances of the components. Phase Shift: A change in the phase relationship between two alternating quantities. A thermoplastic insulation having excellent electrical properties. A micromicrofarad or piofarad (abbreviation pf). Plastic: High polymeric substances. In sufficient concentrations it can break down certain rubber insulations under tension (such as a bent cable). Also see Dielectric Constant. Pico: Prefix meaning one-millionth of one-millionth (10-12). Picofarad (pF): One-millionth of one-millionth of a farad. Polymer: A substance made of many repeating chemical units or molecules. they form compounds such as polyethylene and polypropylene. Polyurethane: Broad class of polymers noted for good abrasion and solvent resistance. Output: The useful power or signal delivered by a circuit or device. Pairing: The union of two insulated single conductors through twisting. Used for interconnecting circuits in a patchboard. Porosity: Multiple voids in an insulation or jacket wall. Usually expressed in watts and equal to I2R. Pick: Distance between two adjacent crossover points of braid filaments. The term polymer is often used in place of plastic. cable or device and the power delivered by that device to a load.Power Loss Outgassing: Percentage of a gas released during exposure of insulation or jacketing material to a low-pressure atmosphere or vacuum. Pickup: Any device which is capable of transforming a measurable quantity of intelligence (such as sound) into relative electrical signals (e. Phase: An angular relationship between waves.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Outgassing . Plenum Cable: Cable made of fire-retardant material that meets electrical code requirements (UL 910) for low smoke generation and installation in air spaces. normally occurring around electrical discharges and present in the atmosphere in small but active quantities. PE: Abbreviation for polyethylene. Polyester: Polyethylene terephthalate. but excluding the rubbers that are capable of flowing under heat and pressure. Power Factor (Fp): The ratio of resistance to impedance. a microphone). Mathematically the cosine of the angle between the voltage applied and the current resulting. Polypropylene: A thermoplastic similar to polyethylene but stiffer and having a higher softening point (temperature). Can be solid or cellular form.

Rupture: In the breaking strength or tensile strength tests. Receiver: An electronic package that converts light energy to electrical energy in a fiber optic system. Recovered Diameter: Diameter of shrinkable products after heating has caused it to return to its extruded diameter. RFI: Radio Frequency Interface. Repeater: Devices that receive a radio signal. Repeatability: The amount of power lost due to the number of matings (de-matings) a connector experiences. such as natural or synthetic rubbers. Reference Junction: The junction of a thermocouple which is at a known reference temperature. Widely used high-temperature dielectric (to 500 def. Rubber (Wire Insulation): A general term used to describe wire insulations made of thermosetting elastomers. Refractive Index: The ratio of light velocity in a vacuum to its velocity in the transmitting medium. it is usually located at the emf measuring device. Pulse: A current or voltage which changes abruptly from one value to another and back to the original value in a finite length of time. SAE: Society of Automotive Engineers. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. RMS: Root-mean-square. RF: Radio-frequency.. 72 Micro-Coax. Note: this ratio is also the square of the reciprocal of the magnitude of the reflection coefficient. Repeaters typically are used for buildings. Return Loss: The ratio in decibels of the power incident upon the discontinuity to the power reflected from the discontinuity. tunnels or difficult terrain. causing standing waves. as opposed to elongation yield strength. Primary Insulation: The first layer of non-conductive material applied over a conductor. The amount of such opposition varies with the frequency of the current. Ribbon Cable: Two or more conductors laid parallel and fused together. measured in ohms. Propagation Delay: Time required for a signal to pass from the input to the output of a device. PTFE: Polytetrafluoroethylene.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Power Ratio . electromagnetic energy reflections can occur at an impedance mismatch in a transmission line. R: Symbol for Resistance. Resin: A synthetic organic material formed by the union (polymerization) of one or more monomers with one or more acids. Used to describe one particular variation in a series of wave motions. Hypalon®.S-Band Power Ratio: The ratio of power appearing at the load to the input power. thereby expanding coverage within limits more economically than by building additional base stations. Used primarily for low frequencies and high power. resistance is the real component of impedance. Reactance: A measure of the combined effects of capacitance and inductance on an alternating current. Rope Strand: A conductor composed of groups of twisted strands. 206 Jones Boulevard. the opposition a material offers to current flow. Usually specified at 70% of CEV.495. QPL: Qualified Parts List. PVDF: Polyvinylidene Fluoride (see also Kynar®). it is equal to 10 log10 (P1/P2) where P1 is input power and P2 is the power at that load..micro-coax. amplify it and retransmit it in a new direction. Inc.com .0110 Fax 610.495. F) having excellent electrical properties. the point at which the material physically comes apart. PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride): The material most commonly used for the insulation and jacketing of cable. This cable cannot be bent. which may be higher than the value measured at DC. Pulling Eye: A device fastened to a cable to which a hook may be attached in order to pull the cable into or from a duct. In AC circuits. which will cause the conductors to be nonconcentric and sacrifice electrical performance. neoprene. Radio Frequency: The frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum that are used for radio communications. Return loss = 20 log 1/p. Pottstown. Safe Working Voltage: Limit of continuous voltage for cable operation. Reflection: The change in direction (or return) of waves striking a surface. PVD: Polyvinylidene Fluoride (see also Kynar®). Also known as the “cold” junction. S-band: The frequency spectrum near 2 GHz used for land based microwave and some mobile satellite communications. down to cryogenic temperatures. Expressed in dB. whose prime function is to act as electrical barrier (sic. the opposite occurs with an inductance. Resonance: An AC circuit condition in which inductive and capacitive reactances interact to cause a minimum or maximum circuit impedance.insulation). PSI: Pounds per square inch. etc. The reactance of a capacitor decreases with an increase in frequency. Rigid Cable: A cable (usually large in diameter) having a heavy metal outer conductor and a center conductor supported by dielectric beads. Resistance: In DC circuits.6656 www. butyl rubber and others. For example. Used in wireless networks to extend the range of base station signals.

Self Extinguishing: The characteristic of a material whose flame is extinguished after the igniting flame is removed. Used for making transistors and diodes. Skin Effect: Tendency of A-C to travel on surface of conductors as the frequency increases. Spark Test: A test to determine any defects in the insulation. Ordinary alternating current is sinusoidal. Slight flexing is possible. Also see ACR. Splice: A mechanical device or fusion process that permanently bonds two conductors together without a connector producing extremely low loss. a layer of insulating material such as textile. Sinusoidal: Varying in proportion to the sine of angle or time function. 73 . Speed of Light (c): 2. SNR: Signal to Noise Ratio. Separator: Pertaining to wire and cable. A spectrum may be inclusive of many spectrums (e. flexibility. Signal: Any visible or audible indication which can convey information. Semiconductor: In wire industry terminology. Commonly used interchangeably with ACR. Sheath: See Jacket. Sintering: Fusion by the use of high heat to a homogenous continuum. Spiral Wrap: The helical wrap of material over a core. or can offer additional mechanical or electrical protection to the components it separates. usually copper.. Frequently confused with the term Shield Coverage.Spool SBR: A copolymer of styrene and butadiene. Semi-Flexible Cable: A cable consisting of a tin-filled braid outer conductor which will allow repeated flexure without damage. Also GR-S or Buna-S. infrared spectrum. cross-linked. the information conveyed through a communication system. Shield: A tape. Solid Conductor: A conductor consisting of a single wire. and mechanically expanded which when reheated will return to its original diameter. Mylar®.. the electromagnetic radiation spectrum includes the light spectrum. Usually employed for fluorocarbon.998 x 108 meters per second.). but repeated bending will permanently distort the outer conductor. to prevent signal leakage or interference. Shield Coverage: The physical area of a circuit or cable actually covered by shielding material often expressed as a percentage. serve or braid of metal. Spool: Circular container on which wire is wound for storage or transit normally refers to sizes smaller than 18” in diameter. Semi-Rigid Cable: A cable consisting of a solid metal outer conductor which may be formed into a shape which is stable.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS SBR .g. Single Ended: Unbalanced. germanium. which is placed between a conductor and its dielectric. Can be in thermosetting elastomer or liquid form. a material possessing electrical conductivity that falls somewhere between that of conductors and insulators. etc. Series Circuit: A circuit in which the components are arranged end to end to form a single path for current. Usually made by adding carbon particles to an insulator. aluminum. radio spectrum. Soldering Sleeves: Shrinkable tubing with a solder preform used for highest reliability soldering connections or shield grounding. paper. or other conductive material placed around or between electric circuits or cables or their components. Silicone®: General Electric trademark for a material made from silicone and oxygen. such as grounding one side of a circuit or transmission line. extrudable materials. Sleeving: A braided. extruded or woven tube. Serve: A wrapping of wires or fibers around a central core. Shrink Temperature: The temperature which affects complete recovery of a shrinkable product from the expanded state. Also. Shrink Tubing: Tubing which has been extruded. Signal Cable: A cable designed to carry current of usually less than one ampere per conductor. It will not hold a stable shape but is able to be hand bent. etc. Spectrum: Frequencies that exist in a continuous range and have a common characteristic. Shrinkage Ratio: The ratio between the expanded diameter and recovered diameter of shrinkable products. Most commonly used type of synthetic rubber. Usually on a two-wire facility. Specific Gravity: The ratio of the density (mass per unit volume) of a material to that of water. It can be utilized to improve stripped qualities. The thermosetting elastomer form is noted for high heat resistance. between a cable jacket and the components of a multiple-conductor cable. Simplex: Mode of data transmission in one direction only. Semi-Rigid PVC: A hard semi-flexible polyvinylchloride compound with low plasticizer content. Shield Effectiveness: The relative ability of a shield to screen out undesirable interference. etc. Not the same as semiconductor materials such as silicon.

Strip Force: The force required to remove a small section of insulating material from the conductor it covers. Tolerance: A specified allowance for error from a standard or given dimension. Thermal Rating: The temperature range in which a material will perform its function without undue degradation. PCS and ESMR networks. Thermal Shock: A test to determine the ability of a material to withstand heat and cold by subjecting it to rapid and wide changes in temperature. Strain Gauge: A device for determining the amount of strain (change in dimensions) when a stress is applied. An unmoving electrical charge. Topology: The architecture of a network or the way circuits are connected to link the network nodes together. The existence of voltage and current maxima along a transmission line is a result of reflected energy from an impedance mismatch. The cable response is observed on an oscilloscope. flat ribbon of copper or other metal closely spiralled about it. either singly or in groups. Thermocouple Wire (grade): A pair of wires of dissimilar alloys having EMF-temperature characteristics calibrated to higher temperature levels than the extension type of thermocouple wire.e. Thermocouple: A device for measuring temperature. Tinned Copper: Tin coating added to copper to aid in soldering and inhibit corrosion.495. 206 Jones Boulevard. Unlike the thermocouple extension wire. See also FEP and TFE. Inc. this wire may be employed as the thermocouple hot junction in addition to serving as the entire wire connection between hot and cold reference junctions. Used for small size cables requiring limpness and extra-long flex life. or distort appreciably when subjected to heat and pressure. Tensile Strength: The pull stress required to break a given specimen.495. the frequency response is verified by generating an RF voltage whose frequency is swept repeatedly through a given frequency range at a rapid constant rate. TDMA: Time Division Multiple Access. Pottstown. Static Charge: An electrical charge that is bound to an object. weight or property. TDM: Abbreviation for Time Division Multiplexing. each thread having a fine.micro-coax. at the point where two dissimilar metals are joined. Tinsel: A type of electrical conductor comprised of a number of tiny threads. Tetrafluoroethylene (TFE): A thermoplastic material with good electrical insulation properties and chemical and heat resistance. Strand: A single uninsulated wire.com . Standing Wave Ratio (SWR): A ratio of the maximum amplitude to the minimum of a standing wave stated in current or voltage amplitudes.Transducer Standing Wave: The stationary pattern of waves produced by two waves of the same frequency traveling in opposite directions on the same transmission line. and emf output is generated when heated. Thermoplastic: A material which will soften. Sweep Test: Pertaining to cable. Tear Strength: The force required to initiate or continue a tear in a material under specified conditions. Temperature Rating: The maximum and minimum temperature at which an insulating material may be used in continuous operation without loss of its basic properties. Tape Wrap: A spirally applied tape over an insulated or uninsulated wire. A high structural return loss is desirable.0110 Fax 610. Transducer: A device for converting mechanical energy to electrical energy. Substrate: Basis material on which another material is deposited.6656 www. Surface Resistivity: The resistance of a material between opposite sides of a unit square of its surface. 74 Micro-Coax. See also PTFE. Surge: A temporary and relatively large increase in the voltage or current in an electric circuit or cable. flow. Teflon®: DuPont Company trademark for fluorocarbon resins. i. Tefzel®: High radiation resistant fluorocarbon (ETFE).GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Standing Wave . It is usually expressed in ohms. Tank Test: A voltage dielectric test in which the test sample is submerged in water and voltage is applied between the conductor and water as ground. plating on Copper or Aluminum outer conductors. Static Conductor: A conductor composed of single solid wires twisted together. A digital air-interface technology used in cellular. such that when properly connected allows the emf to be faithfully transmitted to the reference junction. Also called transient. Thermocouple Extension Wire: A pair of wires of dissimilar alloys having such EMF-temperature characteristics complementing the thermocouple which is intended to be used. The structural return loss sweep-test measures the magnitude of internal cable reflections. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610.

usually with insulation and a braid or imperious sheath overall. Unbalanced Line: A transmission line in which voltages on the two conductors are unequal with respect to ground (e. Transistor: An active semi-conductor device having three or more electrodes. Triaxial: Refers to three conductor cables with one conductor in the center.” Transmission Line: An arrangement of two or more conductors or a wave guide used to transfer signal energy from one location to another. Triboelectric Noise: Noise generated in a shielded cable due to variation in capacitance between the shield and conductor as the cable is flexed. One watt is equivalent to the power represented by one ampere of current with a pressure of one volt in a DC circuit. Water Absorption: Water by percent weight absorbed by a material after a given immersion period. and the current or voltage value is represented by one ampere of current with a pressure of one volt in a DC circuit. Waveform: A graphical representation of a varying quantity. shields with lower transfer impedance are more effective than shields with higher transfer impedance.. Waveguide: Hollow pipe (round or rectangular) used as transmission line for the propagation of microwaves.g.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Transfer Impedance . Volume Resistivity: The electrical resistance between opposite faces of a one centimeter cube of insulating material. UHF (Ultra High Frequency): Referring to radio channels in the 300 MHz to 3 GHz band. VA (Volt Ampere): A designation of power in terms of voltage and current. VLF (Very Low Frequency): The spectrum extending from 10 to 30 KHz. Twin-Lead: A transmission line having two parallel conductors separated by insulating material. Transmission Loss: The decrease or loss in power during transmission of energy from one point to another. Voltage Drop: The voltage developed across a component or conductor by the current flow through the resistance or impedance of the component or conductor. time is represented on the horizontal axis. Turn-key: A contractual arrangement in which one party designs and installs a system and “turns over the keys” to another party who will operate the system. Voltage Rating: The highest voltage that may be continuously applied to a wire in conformance with standards or specifications. Trunk Cable: See Feeder Cable. One volt is the electrical pressure that will cause one ampere of current to flow through one ohm of resistance. Cable shields are normally designed to reduce the transfer of interference .hence. a second circular conductor concentric with the first and third circular conductor insulated from the concentric with the first and second. Usually. Transfer impedance is used to determine shield effectiveness against both ingress and egress of interfering signals. 75 . commonly expressed in ohms-centimeter. Line impedance is determined by the diameter and spacing of the conductors and the insulating material and is usually 300 ohms for television receiving antennas. Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR): The ratio of the maximum effective voltage to the minimum effective voltage measured along the length of a mismatched radio-frequency transmission line.Waveguide Transfer Impedance: For a specified cable length. Video: Pertaining to picture information in a television system. Watt (W): A unit of electrical power. Viton: DuPont trademark for a series of fluoroelastomers based on the copolymer of unylidene fluoride and hexafluoropropylene. Usually expressed as a percentage. Volt: A unit of electrical pressure. Tubing: A tube of extruded non-supported plastic or metallic material. V: Volt. Unilay: A conductor with more than one layer of helically laid wires with the direction of lay and length of lay the same for all layers. Velocity of Propagation: The transmission speed of electrical energy in a length of cable compared to speed in free space. a coaxial cable). W: Symbol for Watt or Wattage. Twinning: Synonymous with pairing. VHF (Very High Frequency): Referring to radio channels in the 30 to 300 MHz band. Voltage: Electrical potential of electromotive force expressed in volts. as designated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). transfer impedance relates a current on one surface of a shield to the voltage drop generated by this current on the opposite surface of the shield. Transformer: A device for converting A-C current from one voltage to another either “stepped up” or “stepped down.

495. Wicking: The longitudinal flow of a liquid in a wire cable due to capillary action. data and video signals for communications. Wire: A slender rod of metal usually referring to a single conductor.6656 www. The seam is designed to split apart easily.com . 206 Jones Boulevard. Pottstown. ZIP Cord: A type of cable where two conductors or fibers run parallel to each other. each encased in its own jacket with the two jackets joined at a seam. XLP: Cross-linked polyethylene.micro-coax. X: Symbol for Reactance. Inc.0110 Fax 610.GLOSSARY OF INDUSTRY TERMS Wave Length . #9 AWG and smaller.495. Wireless: Using the radio-frequency spectrum for transmitting and receiving voice.ZIP Cord Wave Length: The distance between successive peaks or nodes of a wave. PA 19464-3465 USA Phone 610. 76 Micro-Coax. bare or insulated. Z: Symbol for Impedance.

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