Advantages Using Semi-Rigid Cable Assemblies for Mission Critical Applications

Mission-critical semi-rigid cable assemblies are a coaxial cable with a outer
conductor formed from a solid seamless metal tube, usually copper or
aluminum. Within the metal tube there is a metal wire conductor
running down the center of the tube which is wrapped and supported
by a dielectric (tubular insulating layer) material keeping the wire
 centered in the tube.

To obtain the best overall radio frequency (RF) performance, semi-rigid
cable assemblies must have very consistent dielectrics and high shielding
Therefore, a properly made semi-rigid cable assembly successfully
connects other components in the system, supports RF signal
transmission up to 65 GHz (standard), supplies power and endures
the stress during deep space exploration, satellite integration and
ground space robotics

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