High-Performance, Low-Loss RF Coax Jumpers


CarlisleIT offers multiple configurations for RF jumpers with 1.85 mm, 2.40 mm, 2.92 mm, and 3.50 mm connector types on .079” (outer shield diameter) coaxial cable. We offer RF Jumpers in three configurations:

  • Standard Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP) jacket
  • Stainless Steel Armor
  • Clear PVC Armor

All of our armor options come in 0.125” and 0.092” cable jacket sizes, or 0.078” and 0.105” outer shield sizes, respectively. The armor extends the assembly life and adds additional physical protection.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Armor cables for over bending and high-temperature operation
  • Excellent abrasion and cut-through resistance for Armored Coax Cable Assemblies
  • Standard RF Jumpers phase matched to +/-2 ps in pair
  • Tighter phase matching to +/-1ps and +/-0.5 ps is available upon request

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Precision RF Connectors on 0.078" or 0.105" (Outer Shield) Coax Cable
65 GHz (1.85 mm) • 50 GHz (2.4 mm) • 40 GHz (2.92 mm) • 26 GHz (SMA)
Armor Coax Cables provide additional tensile, torsional, and crush resistance.
Custom cable assemblies available upon request.

Standard RF Coax Jumpers are available from these approved distributors:

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Heat Shrink Tubing Options

CarlisleIT RF Coaxial Cable Jumpers are available in the following heat-shrink tube options:

  • Short
  • Medium
  • Long

Longer heat shrink tubing results in a larger bend radius for the cable assembly which allows less bending of the cable and vice versa. Longer heat shrink also acts as extended strain relief for cable assemblies used in applications involving repeated flexing and twisting close to the connector. It also results in higher reliability of the solder joint of the cable and connector.

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Suggested Applications

RF cables are used in a variety of applications, including:

  • ATE systems
  • Emulation systems
  • Adapters and pitch translators
  • Antenna systems
  • Navigation
  • Feedback
  • Amplifiers
  • Microwave antennas that need high shielding
  • RF test enclosures with tight spacing
  • Satellite & security camera systems
  • Home cable TV systems
  • Lab test environments
  • When it comes to electronic systems, these cables are used to/for:
    • Create short delays in RF/microwave systems
    • Carry RF signals on PCB
    • Board-to-board signal transmission
    • Radar and differential signal propagation
    • Transmit/receive high-frequency signals in oscillators, amplifiers, and electronic subsystems.

Standard RF Coax Jumpers are available from these approved distributors:

BUY FROM DIGIKEY» BUY FROM RichardsonRFPD»

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