SpinnerFlex®TopFit - ideal for signal transmission between base stations and antennas
SpinnerFlex®TopFit pre-fabricated coaxial cables (jumper cable assemblies) are the ideal solution for radio frequency signal transmission between base stations and antennas. They offer top-quality design, materials and manufacturing, ensuring optimal connectivity, easy installation, and fault-free functioning, even under extremely harsh environmental conditions.
A coaxial jumper cable assembly SF 1/2"-50-PE N male N male right angle 0.5 m is a high quality, super flexible corrugated cable of the size SF 1/2". It provides a reliable and stable transmission of radio frequency signals in the frequency range DC to 3800 MHz. The cable is optimally shielded against interference, providing excellent, loss-free mobile communication quality for use in in-building distributed antenna systems (DAS) or in mobile communication base stations. In addition, a prefabricated coaxial jumper cable assembly SF 1/2"-50-PE N male N male right angle 0.5 m is also suitable for a variety of demanding industrial applications or broadcast.
Outstanding IM characteristics with maximum passive intermodulation
A SPINNER coaxial jumper cable assembly SF 1/2"-50-PE N male N male right angle 0.5 m guarantees outstanding IM characteristics with maximum passive intermodulation (IM3) of -160 dBc and low VSWR values over the entire frequency range and during the entire operating time of the cable. The robust construction defies even harsh outdoor conditions and for a temperature range from -55 to +85 °C. SPINNER coaxial cable assemblies comply with the RoHS 2002/95 Directive. The length of the cable is 0.5 m. The rugged coaxial cable has inner conductors made of copper, a PE dielectric insulation and a copper outer conductor. Inner and outer conductors are soldered 360° inductively. The degree of protection IP68 according to IEC 60529 is guaranteed.
On one end there is a N male connector pre-assembled, on the other end there is a N male right angle connector. Right-angled plugs also allow for installation in tight spaces or special cable feeds. If two right-angled connections are selected, the angle of rotation of the connectors can be determined to each other - 0, 90 or 180 degrees.
The N-coaxial connectors were named after their inventor Paul Neill, who developed this standard for RF connectors in 1942. Often, however, the name also relates to the Navy Connector. Type N connectors can be used at frequencies up to 11 GHz, high-precision types up to 18 GHz. It is typically used in mobile communication applications with demanding mechanical and electrical requirements. SPINNER exclusively manufactures connectors with non-slotted outer conductor contacts and a special sealing profile in the connector head instead of the flat seal disk, specified by IEC or CECC. This ensures the most reliable sealing function.