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CC086

Hand-formable .086 (2.2mm)

Electrical
Impedance (Ω): 50 Ohms
Rated Frequency: (note 1) DC-65 GHz
Effective Frequency: (note 2) DC-65 GHz
Velocity of Propagation: 70%
Shielding Effectiveness: <100 dB
Capacitance: 29 pF/ft
Mechanical
Minimum Bend Radius: 0.125 in
Weight: 0.0084 lbs/ft
Electrical
Impedance (Ω): 50 Ohms
Rated Frequency: (note 1) DC- 65 GHz
Effective Frequency: (note 2) DC- 65 GHz
Velocity of Propagation: 70%
Shielding Effectiveness: <100 dB
Capacitance: 29 pF/ft
Mechanical
Minimum Bend Radius: 0.125 in
Weight: 0.0084 lbs/ft
Construction
Cable Layer Diameter (in) Cable Material
Center Conductor o.020in dia SPCW (Silver-plated Copper-clad Steel)
Dielectric 0.066in dia PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)
Outer-shield 0.086in dia Tin-dipped SPC (Silver Plated Copper) Braid
Sample Frequency (GHz) Assembly Insertion Loss (dB/100ft) Power Handling (Watts-Typical)
0.5 15.09 300.69
1.0 21.62 153.35
2.0 31.10 104.11
3.0 38.60 85.0
4.0 45.08 73.61
6.0 56.23 60.11
8.0 65.92 52.05
11.0 78.79 44.39
12.0 82.76 42.50
18.0 104.40 38.72
26.5 130.97 26.79
32.0 146.58 24.31
40.0 167.77 20.99
50.0 192.43 18.35
65.0 226.77 15.22
Dimensions: Inches (m or mm)
Fractions: ± 1/32
Decimals: x.xx ± .01" - x.xxx ± .005"
Angles: ± 1°
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Note 1: The Rated Frequency is as specified in MIL-DTL-17 and/or the manufacturers specification.
Note 2: Effective Frequency, where different from the Rated Frequency, is a realistic measure of the actual performance of this cable. The Effective Frequency is based on the theoretical and demonstrated performance of this cable.
For Flexible and Hand-formable cable, the cable may exhibit periodic inconsistencies over very long lengths. In short lengths, which are typical in the large majority of applications, these anomolous sections of cable are discarded. The resulting performance of the cable assembly is much higher than the rated frequency of the raw cable. Semi-rigid cable does not, typically, exhibit these periodic inconsistencies.