Flexi RF VNA test cable up to 67GHz

A VNA (Vector Network Analyzer) test cable is a specialized cable used in RF (Radio Frequency) and microwave measurements. It's designed to maintain signal integrity and minimize signal loss when connecting the VNA to the device under test (DUT). These cables typically have precise impedance matching, low insertion loss, and excellent shielding to ensure accurate measurement results.

Flexi RF High performance VNA (Vector Network Analyzer) test cable assemblies up to67GHz, terminated with 3.5mm/2.92mm/2.4mm/1.85mm Connectors, and they areoffered in standard cable length 63cm in stock. Customized cable length on request for2-3 weeks. Our VNA test cable assembly can be used for Agilent / Keysight, Anritsu,Rohde & Schwarz, Tektronix and other network analyzers offer high phase stability withlow loss. All of our products come with a 12 month warranty.

Key characteristics of VNA test cables include:

  1. Impedance Matching: The cable's impedance matches that of the VNA and the DUT to minimize reflections and ensure accurate measurements.

  2. Low Loss: VNA test cables are engineered to have minimal signal loss over the desired frequency range to maintain measurement accuracy.

  3. Flexibility: They are flexible to allow for easy maneuverability and positioning during measurements while maintaining stability.

  4. Shielding: VNA test cables have robust shielding to prevent external interference from affecting measurement accuracy.

  5. Connector Types: VNA test cables come with various connector types (such as SMA, N-type, or 3.5 mm connectors) to match the interfaces of VNAs and DUTs.

  6. Frequency Range: Different cables are designed for different frequency ranges, so it's essential to choose a cable suitable for the frequencies you are working with.

  7. Length: The length of the cable can affect measurement accuracy, especially at higher frequencies. It's important to choose an appropriate length for your specific application.

When selecting a VNA test cable, it's crucial to consider factors such as frequency range, connector types, cable length, and the specific requirements of your measurement setup to ensure accurate and reliable results.

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