Flexible Coax Cables

1087 Flexible Coax Cables from 33 Manufacturers meet your specification.

Flexible RF Coax Cables from the leading manufacturers are listed below. Narrow down on flexible coax cables based on the cutoff frequency, impedance, dielectric materials and other parameters.

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Description:3.3 mm (Dia), Phase Stable Flexible Cable from DC to 70 GHz
Type:
Flexible
Application:
Test & Measurement
Attenuation:
0.650 dB/m
Cut off Frequency:
70 GHz
Power:
14 W
Propagation Velocity:
77%
Outer Conductor Material:
Copper, Silver plated
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage:
0.5 kV
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Connector:
1.85 mm
Sub Type:
Phase Stable
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Description:Low Loss Flexible Microwave Cable from DC to 32 GHz
Type:
Flexible
Attenuation:
0.05 to 0.49 dB/ft
Cable Group:
RG-141/A
Cut off Frequency:
32 GHz
Power:
150 to 1000 W
Propagation Velocity:
0.83
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Connector:
3.5 mm
Sub Type:
Low Loss, Phase Stable
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Description:40 MHz to 18 GHz, Flexible RF Cable
Type:
Flexible
Attenuation:
0.006 to 0.25 dB
Cable Group:
RG-9
Cut off Frequency:
18 GHz
Propagation Velocity:
0.885
Outer Conductor Material:
Strip Wound Oxygen Free
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage:
3 kV
Impedance:
50 Ohms
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Description:Low-Loss High-Performance Coaxial Cable From 150 to 5000 MHz
Type:
Flexible
Application:
Military
Attenuation:
6.7 dB
Cut off Frequency:
150 to 5000 MHz
Grade:
Military
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Connector:
SMA, TNC, BNC, N Type
Sub Type:
Low Loss
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Description:Phase Stable Armored Test Cable Up to 50 GHz
Type:
Flexible
Application:
Military, Test & Measurement
Attenuation:
0.104 to 1.743 dB/ft
Cut off Frequency:
50 GHz
Propagation Velocity:
80%
Grade:
Military
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage:
1.2 kV
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Connector:
1.85 mm, 2.4 mm, 2.92 mm, 3.5 mm, 7/16 DIN, BNC, S...
Sub Type:
Phase Stable
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Description:18 GHz RF Cable
Type:
Flexible
Cut off Frequency:
18 GHz
Outer Conductor Material:
Polyimide & Silver (Ag)
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Connector:
SMA, SMA - Male, SMP, SMP - Male, SMPM, SMPM - Mal...
Sub Type:
Cryogenic, Non-magnetic
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Description:100 ft Low Loss Coaxial Cable with N-type Terminations
Type:
Flexible
Application:
Cellular, Radio Systems, Wireless Communication
Impedance:
50 Ohms
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Description:Flexible RF Test Cable from DC to 18 GHz
Type:
Flexible
Attenuation:
0.33 to 0.68 dB/ft
Cut off Frequency:
18 GHz
Power:
88 to 180 W
Dielectric:
Teflon
Impedance:
50 Ohms
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Description:Flexible Cable from DC to 18 GHz
Type:
Flexible
Cut off Frequency:
18 GHz
Power:
1200 W
Propagation Velocity:
80 %
Outer Conductor Material:
Silver Plated Copper Flat Braid
Impedance:
50 Ohms
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Description:SS-75086 COAXIAL CABLE; 75 OHM
Type:
Flexible
Attenuation:
13.5 to 115.0 dB/100ft (1 GHz to 400 MHz)
Cable Group:
RG-179
Cut off Frequency:
72 GHz
Propagation Velocity:
0.7
Impedance:
50 Ohms
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What are Flexible RF Coaxial Cables?

Flexible Coaxial Cables are RF cables that have a high level of flexibility – they can be bent, twisted and turned and continue to transmit high-frequency signals with minimal signal distortion. These cables need to be specially designed to ensure that there is minimal performance degradation while a cable is bent. The bend radius of a cable can be used to determine the level of flexibility that a cable can exhebit.

Important parameters when looking for a Flexible Coaxial Cable:

Operating Frequency: Coaxial cables can transmit radio waves in a certain range of frequency according to their thickness, materials they are made of and length of transmission.

Bend Radius: This defines how much a cable can be bent without any signal degradation.

Shielding Effectiveness (dB): It is the relative ability of a cable’s shield to screen out undesirable interference. In coaxial cables, the outer conductor provides a shield to keep interfering signals from getting in and to keep signals from leaking out to become undesirable interference for nearby devices.

Power Handling (W/dBm): This is the maximum RF signal power that can be handled by a coaxial cable at a particular frequency.

Insertion Loss: Insertion loss is the loss of signal when traveling in and out of a coaxial cable. The Insertion loss in coaxial cables usually varies with the length of the cable and is measured in dB/foot or dB/m.

Connectors: Coaxial cables are usually terminated on either end with connectors. Each cable type can have a set of compatible connector types. It is important to know which connectors can be used with which cable.

everything RF lists Flexible Coaxial Cables from the leading manufacturers. Use the parametric search tools to narrow down on products based on your requirement. Once you find parts that meet your specification, download the data sheet, compare products and request quotations. Inquiries sent via everything RF are directed to the manufacturers who get back to you with a quote or information.

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