Crystek'sLL335 Series Cable
Assemblies are a new addition to their line of Low-Loss RF
Coaxial Cables.† Designed to operate
up to 18GHz, the CCSMA-MM-LL335 Cable Assemblies have low loss, with
attenuation ratings of 0.03 dB/ft at 500 MHz, and 0.20 dB/ft at 18GHz.Crystek LL335 cables offer a minimum bend radius of
1.5 in. and are available in-stock in 36-, 48- and 60-inch lengths.† The cables are supplied with high frequency
SMA or N-Type connectors, featuring rugged stainless-steel solder-clamp
construction and heavy-duty strain relief with a neoprene jacket.† These low-loss cables offer shielding
effectiveness of greater than -100dB with an operating temperature range of -45 to
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