EAD RF400 – Low Loss Coaxial Cable is a fairly flexible, robust, very low loss cable and high quality cable ideal for 4G and LTE outdoor antenna installations with cable runs up to 25M, with excellent RF properties.
With an outer sheath diameter of 10.2mm, our RF400 jumper cable assemblies are ideal for longer cable runs for 4G and LTE access deployments and a variety of other applications across the UHF, cellular and WiFi bands.
EAD RF400 jumper cables are assembled at Embedded Antenna Design’s facility in Buckingham and typically assemble lengths vary from 2M to 60M with a wide choice of connectors including SMA, RP-SMA, TNC, N-Type, and others on request.
- Excellent RF properties
- Flexible Outer Jacket
- Various Connector options
- Ideal for 4G/LTE applications
RF400-SF-SM-10M = 10M RF400 with SMA-Female / SMA-Male
RF400-SF-SM-20M = 20M RF400 with SMA-Female / SMA-Male
RF400-NM-SM-10M = 10M RF400 with N-Male / SMA-Male
RF400-NM-SM-20M = 20M RF400 with N-Male / SMA-Male
RF400-NM-NM-25M = 25M RF400 with N-Male / N-Male
We can supply customised RF400 cable runs with customer-specified connectors and cable lengths. Standard connectors supplied for RF400 include N-Male, N-Female, BNC-Male, TNC-Male, RP-TNC, SMA-Male, SMA-Female.
Common configurations include N-Male to SMA-Male to connect up omni-directional and directional antennas terminated in N-Female connectors where the radio modem has a SMA-Female connector.
For a smaller low loss coaxial cable for shorter cable runs, you could consider BWL195 Cable.
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|Conductor (diameter):||Copper (2.62mm)|
|Dielectric (diameter):||PEE (7.20mm)|
|Screen:||Aluminium + polyester + aluminium tape 100%
Tinned Copper 80%
|Sheath (diameter)||PVC (10.30mm)|
|Screen Efficiency (dB):||100-900 MHz >85|
Note: Technical Data subject to change without notice.
|Frequency||Loss per 100m|
|100 MHz||3.6 dB/100M|
|400 MHz||7.9 dB/100M|
|600 MHz||10 dB/100M|
|1000 MHz||13.2 dB/100M|
|1750 MHz||18.7 dB/100M|
|2400 MHz||22.2 dB/100M|