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Question

What are the main differences between the different types of coaxial cables used in Techship's RF cable assemblies?

Solution

The 0.81mm coax cable is very flexible and with minimum bend radius 9mm it is most often used for mini connectors such as IPEX MHF-4, U.FL, W.FL.

1.13~1.37mm cables are flexible with good attenuation. These cables are often used for connectors such as IPEX MHF, U.FL, SMA, SMB, SMC, MCX, MMCX and QMA.
We can also provide 1.13mm low loss cables and 1.32mm double shielding cables for even better performance.

RG178 cables provides good attenuation data and good tensile strength and are often used with IPEX MHF, SMA, SMB, SMC, MCX, MMCX,QMA, TNC, BNC, N-type connectors.

RG174 offers a more cost effective alternative to RG178. The RG174 cables offers a good mix of pricing and reliable performance for the same type of connectors.