Clarity 110

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The Clarity 110 from Times Microwave is a Rugged Test Cable that provides ultra-stable performance up to 110 GHz. It provides more than 100 dB of shielding and has a propagation velocity of 70%. This cable has phase stability of ±2°, amplitude stability of ±0.075 dB, and a VSWR of less than 1.45:1. It has a wide operating temperature range from -55 to 125°C. The cable is available with 1.0 mm (male/female) connectors.

The Clarity 110 test cable features steel torque, crush and overbend protection with abrasion resistance—without compromising flexibility. It has an ergonomic design with stainless steel protective barrel strain relief and a hex coupling nut. The cable has an armored diameter of 4.70 mm, a minimum bend radius (armored) of 25.4 mm, and long flex life of over 50,000.

This test cable has been designed to accommodate the higher frequencies required for advanced testing of automotive radar, 5G, 6G, and beyond. It is ultra-stable through 110 GHz with exceptionally low attenuation for critical mmWave high-frequency measurements, where phase stability and repeatability are of concern. It is also ideal for applications including semiconductor testing and on-wafer probing.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
    Clarity 110
  • Manufacturer
    Times Microwave Systems
  • Description
    110 GHz Test Cable for mmWave 5G, 6G, and Automotive Radar Applications

General Parameters

  • Type
  • Application
    Test & Measurement
  • Impedance
    50 Ohms
  • Cut off Frequency
    110 GHz
  • Propagation Velocity
    70 %
  • Bend Radius
    1.0 Inch / 25.4 mm
  • Dielectric
  • Inner Conductor
    Solid Silver Plate Copper
  • Jacket Material
  • Shielding Effectiveness
    100 dB
  • VSWR
    1.40:1, 1.45:1
  • Connector
    1 mm
  • Capacitance
    29 pF/ft
  • Operating Temperature
    -55 to 125 Degree C
  • Note
    Phase Stability: +/- 2 Degree, Amplitude Stability: +/- 0.075 dB

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