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VNAX-2FT-KMVRF+

SUPER FLEX KM/VF NMD 2FT RoHS

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Mini-Circuits’ VNAX-2FT-KMVRF+ is an ultra-wideband precision instrumentation cable specially designed for use with 40 GHz VNA equipment in test environments. The cable provides excellent VSWR and very low insertion loss over its entire frequency range. 2.4mm rugged female to 2.92mm male connector configuration provides direct connection from the ports of a 40 GHz VNA to 2.92mm connectorized devices without the need for adapters. The cable features a rugged crush and torque resistant outer sheath that protects the cable from damage in demanding lab settings. Feature Advantages DC-40 GHz operation designed for use with Vector Network Analyzers (VNA) Covers a wide range of test applications; rugged 2.4mm connector interfaces directly with VNA without the need for an adapter for improved VSWR performance and lower cost. Rugged cable-connector interface Chrome plated metal back shell maintains integrity of the cable-connector interface improving the reli- ability and extending life of use. Extra rugged yet flexible armored cable construction. 100% coverage, non-interleaved, stainless steel spiral sheath provides crush resistance and captured, opposing force steel braid provides torque resistance. PET monofilament yarn outer cover eliminates conductivity and allows easy handling. 2 ft. length Standard VNA cable length makes this model a high performing, cost-effective replacement for expensive OEM cables. The Big Deal Ultra-wideband operation, DC to 40 GHz 2.4mm Rugged Female connector for direct interface with 40 GHz VNA ports Low insertion loss and excellent return loss Rugged construction, crush and torque resistant VNAX-2FT-KMVRF+ TEST FLEX InstrumentationTestCable 50 2 FT DC to 40 GHz Low Loss CASE STYLE: RH2514-2

PRODUCT FEATURES

extremely low insertion loss
• extra rugged construction includes protective shield
and strain relief for longer life
• stainless steel 40 GHz connector for long mating-cycle life
• amplitude and phase stability vs flexture
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