Key Features Feature Advantages Single SMA-female bulkhead connector Eliminates the need for a bulkhead adapter and connects directly to the front panel of rack- mounted equipment, improving reliability and reducing system cost. Hand-formable Hand-Flex cables avoid the need for special cable bending tools, alleviating the risk of damage during bending processes used in semi-rigid cable assemblies. 8mm bend-radius Ideal for making connections in tight spaces and dense system layouts. Excellent return loss Ideal for connecting a wide variety of RF components while minimizing VSWR ripple contribution due to mating cables and connectors. Good power handling capability 546W at 0.5 GHz 90W at 18 GHz 141-SBSM+ coaxial cables can support medium to high RF power levels and can be used in the transmit path. (Power rating at sea-level). Built-in anti-torque nut on SMA-male connector Anti-torque feature supports the SMA connector body during installation, preventing stress to the connector/cable interface. Good power handling 211W at 0.5 GHz 35W at 18 GHz Supports medium to high RF power levels used in transmit paths.


• Wideband frequency coverage, DC to 18 GHz
• Low Loss, 0.25 dB at 18 GHz
• Excellent Return Loss, 30 dB at 18 GHz
• Hand formable to almost any custom shape without
special bending tools
• 8mm bend radius for tight installations
• Anti-torque nut prevents cable stress during installation
• Insulated outer jacket standard1
• Ideal for interconnect of assembled systems
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