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Company Debuts New Portable RF Analyzer Phase Stable Cable Assemblies

Photo Source: Fairview Microwave Inc.
Photo Source: Fairview Microwave Inc.

Fairview Microwave Inc., a supplier of on-demand microwave and RF components, has introduced a new series of rugged, portable, phase stable RF analyzer cables. Typical applications include handheld network analyzers, base station analyzers, portable spectrum analyzers, field testing, tower measurements, distance-to-fault measurements and site maintenance.

Fairview’s 19 new portable, RF analyzer models provide optimal amplitude and phase stability with flexure. They deliver a maximum operating frequency of 27 GHz and VSWR as low as 1.2:1, depending on the model. These rugged test cables are designed with a UV-resistant jacket, stainless steel body connectors and silver-plated copper cable conductors. They feature a multi-layer armor for torque resistance and 1200 psi of crush resistance, and they boast an operating temperature range of -55°C to +105°C.

“Field maintenance and tower technicians will find our new line of test cables is a must-have to keep their projects on schedule. Nineteen different configurations provide more length and connector combinations available off-the-shelf than any other RF component supplier,” said Dan Birch, Product Manager at Fairview.

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Source: Fairview Microwave Inc.

 

 

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