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MaxGain® Flexible Microwave Coaxial Cables

Amphenol Times Microwave Systems MaxGain® Flexible Microwave Coaxial Cables offer a 50Ω impedance rating, DC to 40Hz insertion range, and up to 80% velocity of propagation. MaxGain cables feature stainless steel connectors and are extremely flexible with a low minimum bend radius. The connectors are available in a wide range of precision interfaces including: Type N, TNC SMA, 2.92mm (k), 2.4mm, SMP, and MMP. Amphenol MaxGain Flexible Microwave Coaxial Cables are ideal for applications where lowest loss and good stability over flexure is required.

TT-MU-523-MG200-SMSM-1.00M
in stock INR 32793.7104
Amphenol Times Microwave Systems
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RF Cable Assemblies MaxGain 200 CabAssy SMA(m) to SMA(m)1.0m

Sku: TT-MU-523-MG200-SMSM-1.00M
₹32,793.71


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MaxGain® Flexible Microwave Coaxial Cables

Amphenol Times Microwave Systems MaxGain® Flexible Microwave Coaxial Cables offer a 50Ω impedance rating, DC to 40Hz insertion range, and up to 80% velocity of propagation. MaxGain cables feature stainless steel connectors and are extremely flexible with a low minimum bend radius. The connectors are available in a wide range of precision interfaces including: Type N, TNC SMA, 2.92mm (k), 2.4mm, SMP, and MMP. Amphenol MaxGain Flexible Microwave Coaxial Cables are ideal for applications where lowest loss and good stability over flexure is required.