Percon introduces its new range of RF (Radio Frequency) low loss coaxial cables, with several trade names such as LMR , LMDS (Local Multipoint Distribution System ), MMDS (multi-channel ), SE (Wireless local loop) y PCS (Personal System Comunication ) .
The RF 50 Ohm, are low loss R F coaxial cables suitable for 4G and LTE outdoor antenna applications frequently used in the wireless bandwidth market.
Percon supplies customised cables with the connectors and lengths specified by the customer. The standard connectors used in this range of assemblies are N-Male, N-Female, BNC-Male, TNC-Male, RP-TNC, SMA-Male, SMA-Female.
This range of cables is manufactured with different jackets. The available versions are PE and HF,. Models compliant with the new CPR regulation are currently under production.
Available in black colour.
What models are?
Since the application of the RF cables is the same, the difference lies in the size, as shown in the following table:
The difference between the 5ohms RF cables and the rest is that the dielectric of the cable between the central conductor and the shield is made of gas-injected high density polyethilene (FHDPE). We are able to increase the diameter of the central conductor without changing the general diameter of the cable, thus reducing the attenuation and reaching longer distances.
The outer conductor with attached tape provides more flexibility and ease of installation than the standard RF cables.
What characteristics are there?
This range of cables have the following features::
– Weatherproof: The black ppolyethene coating protects against UV rays and makes the cable harder and more resistant in harsh environment. The DB version includes water-blocking material in the shield to protect the cable from humidity and corrosion. Several coating materials available.
– RF shielding: The external aluminium tape conductor is overlapped to offer 100% coverage. Shielding of 90 dB ( 180 dB crosstalk) and excellent immunity before interferences.
– Phase stability: The attached inner structure and the foam dielectric of the LMR cables offer excellent phase stability before temperature and bending. The high-velocity dielectric results in superior phase stability compared with solid and air-spaced electric cables.
The intimately bonded structure and foam dielectric of LMR cables provide excellent phase stability over temperature and with bending. The high-velocity dielectric results in superior phase stability as compared with solid and air-spaced dielectric cables.
And last but not least, the RF cable is suitable for the following applications:
• Drop-in replacement for RG-8/9913 Air-Dielectric type Cable
• Jumper Assemblies in Wireless Communications Systems
• Short Antenna Feeder runs • Any application (e.g. WLL, GPS, LMR, WLAN, WISP, WiMax, SCADA, Mobile Antennas) requiring an easily routed, low loss RF cable