Antenna patch cable in a strengthening polyvinyl chloride jacket with the impedance of 50 ohm, dedicated for outdoor usage (-35 °C do +85 °C), primarily for a radio telecommunications system working with the frequency up to 6 GHz. It fits perfectly for solutions based on: WLAN, WLL, UNII, ISM, LMDS, MMDS, NMT GSM.

  • Quality Control - The Bird Technologies RF Analyzer guarantee that finished products meet customers needs of performance. All outgoing cable assemblies are 100% tested to provide customers 100% faith for our RF patch cables. On customer request we can provide RF test/report (in the full range up to 6GHz) of VSWR, attenuation for each patch cable (paid additionally).
  • Flexibility - with 1-inch minimum bend radius ,cable can be easily routed into and through tight spaces without kinking. The LMR bonded-tape outer conductor provides superior flexibility and ease of bending compared to corrugated cooper.
  • Low Loss - one of the lowest loss of any RG8/RG213 type cable. This is achieved through the use of a high velocity gas-injected closed cell foam dielectric and bounded aluminium tape outer cover
  • Durability - The UV protected black Polivinyl chloride jacket makes the cable rugged and resistant to the full range of outdoor environments. PVC ensures excellent quality and is more than sufficient to stand up to years of use.
  • RF Shielding - The bounded aluminium tape outer conductor is overlapped to provide 100% coverage, resulting in >90dB RF shielding and excellent in interference immunity.

NOTICE: On customer request we can assemble individual antenna patch cable - based on customer specification (cable lenght and connector type)

Antenna Patch Cable

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