Harbour Industries HS (High Strength) coaxial cables are constructed for applications where breakage or fatigue is a concern. Frequently, installation or termination and severe vibration of smaller size MIL-DTL-17 coaxial cables result in stressing of individual strands of the outer braid or the center conductor. To correct this situation, Harbour’s High Strength HIS cables are configured with conductors exhibiting higher break strengths than standard silver plated copper. Accordingly, a flex life 25 times greater than comparable RG constructions can be expected.
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Although typical and maximum attenuation values at discrete frequencies may be found in Harbour's online catalog, this Attenuator Calculator makes it easy to compare multiple items at any operating frequency. Just type a frequency in MHz (for instance 18 GHz = 18,000 MHz) to calculate and compare typical attenuation values.
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