RF Coaxial Cables

1028 RF Cables from 44 manufacturers listed on everything RF

RF & Microwave Coaxial Cables from the leading manufacturers are listed here. View flexible, regid, cryogenic, semi-rigid and many other RF cables on everything RF. Narrow down on the list based on their frequency, impedance and other relevant parameters. View product specifications, compare products, download datasheets and request quotations.

Description:70 GHz Flexible Microwave Cable with a Static Bend Radius of 3 mm
Type:
Flexible
Cut off Frequency:
70 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Power:
4 to 16 W
Propagation Velocity:
70 %
Outer Conductor Material:
Copper, Silver plated
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Inner Conductor:
Copper, Silver plated
Jacket Material:
FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene)
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Description:DC to 18.5 GHz, Flexible, Semi Rigid Cables
Type:
Flexible, Semi-Rigid
Application:
SATCOM
Cut off Frequency:
DC to 18.5 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Propagation Velocity:
81%
Grade:
Space Qualified
Outer Conductor Material:
Silver Plated Copper Strip Braid
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Jacket Material:
Fluoropolymer
Connector:
SMA, N Type, TNC, SC
more info
Type:
Flexible
Cut off Frequency:
50 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Propagation Velocity:
76%
Jacket Material:
FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene)
Connector:
SMA, 2.9 mm, 2.4 mm
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Description:Hand Formable Coaxial Cable from DC to 6 GHz
Type:
Flexible, Hand-formable
Application:
Aerospace & Defence, Aerospace & Defence, Test & M...
Cut off Frequency:
6 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Power:
300 W
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Inner Conductor:
Silver Plated Copper Clad Steel
Jacket Material:
FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene)
Connector:
N Type
more info
Description:Semi-rigid Coaxial Cable .047" dia Tin-plated Copper Mil-DTL-17 M17/151-00002
Type:
Semi-Rigid
Cut off Frequency:
20 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Power:
4.14 to 81.73 W
Propagation Velocity:
70%
Outer Conductor Material:
Tin-plated Copper
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Inner Conductor:
SPCW (Silver-plated Copper-clad Steel)
Jacket Material:
Copper
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Description:Low Loss Flexible Microwave Cable from DC to 32 GHz
Type:
Flexible
Cut off Frequency:
DC to 32 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Power:
40 to 700 W
Propagation Velocity:
0.71
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Inner Conductor:
Silver Plated Copper
Jacket Material:
FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene)
more info
Description:5.3 mm (OD), Vapor-Sealed Flexible Cable from DC to 18 GHz
Type:
Flexible
Application:
Radar, Aerospace & Defence, Aerospace & Defence, A...
Cut off Frequency:
18 GHz
Propagation Velocity:
0.85
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Inner Conductor:
Solid
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Description:50 Ohms, Flexible Low Loss Standard Cable from 40 GHz
Type:
Flexible
Cut off Frequency:
40 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Propagation Velocity:
70%
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Jacket Material:
Flouroplastic
Connector:
F Type
more info
Description:086 Semi-rigid Coax Cable with Tinned Aluminum Outer Conductor
Type:
Semi-Rigid
Cut off Frequency:
40 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Power:
20 to 130 W
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Inner Conductor:
Copper Clad Steel
Jacket Material:
Aluminium
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Type:
Flexible
Cut off Frequency:
45 GHz
Dielectric:
PTFE
Power:
67 to 600 W
Propagation Velocity:
83%
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Inner Conductor:
Silver Plated Copper
Jacket Material:
FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene)
Sub Type:
Double Braid
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What are RF Cables?

RF & Microwave Coaxial Cables are used to transmit high-frequency signals from one point to another. These cables are available in a number of form factors like Flexible, Rigid, Semi-Rigid, Hand Formable and Cryogenic. everything RF has listed RF and Microwave cables from the leading manufacturers and made them searchable by specification. When looking for a coaxial cable here are some key specification that one should consider:

Type: Coaxial cables can be flexible, semi-rigid, hand formable i.e they hold the space in which they have been bent.

Impedance: Most cables are 50 Ohms or 75 Ohms. It is important to select the cables based on the impedance of the system or device it is being connected to.

Cutoff Frequency: This is the maximum frequency up to which the cable can be used. Most cables are designed to operate up to a particular frequency beyond which the losses increase and the cable no longer operates properly.

Dielectric: This the dielectric material of the cable. The dielectric material used has an impact on the cutoff frequency of the cable and the power level that the cable can support.

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