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P/N Number: GK086MBFBTL-6
Description: RF Cable Assembly, GPPO® M BH to 2.92mm F BH, 0.086 tin-plated copper semi-rigid, low-loss, non-magnetic, 40 GHz, 6-inches long overall
Price: 1-9 $196.00, 10-24 $186.20, 25-49 $176.40, 50-99 $166.60, 100-249 $156.80, 250-499 $147.00, 500+ $137.20 USD each
Lead Time:

 Most orders <7 business days. Large orders of 100+ units total may be 2-3 weeks. Parts are always in stock to build any order quantity.

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  • Length Dimensions : inch/cm
    Overall end-to-end : 6/15.24
    Between Ref. Planes : 5.84/14.84
    Less Connectors : 4.81/12.22
    C1 Ref. Plane (R/P) : 0.08/0.21
    C2 Ref. Plane (R/P) : 0.08/0.19
    Frequency Range: DC to 40 GHZ
    Return Loss: Unspecified
    Insertion Loss(up to above frequency limit): <0.9 dB/ft @18 GHz, <1.1 dB/ft @ 27 GHz, <1.4 dB/ft @ 40 GHz, <1.7 dB/ft @65 GHz (typical), +0.3 dB per connector
    Connector 1: GPPO®/SMPM M, direct solder, straight, bulkhead, genuine Corning Gilbert P/N: B016-D33-01
    Connector 2: 2.92mm F, direct solder, straight, bulkhead, Precision Connector Inc. P/N: 3187, or equivalent
    Cable Type: Tin-plated copper semi-rigid, SPC center conductor, low-loss wrapped expanded PTFE dielectric, 0.086" (2.2mm) diameter nominal, Teledyne Storm P/N: 421-193-3
    Minimum Inside Bend Radius: 0.250" (6.4mm) with slotted mandrel special tooling, 0.500" (12.7mm) without special tooling
    Solder: SN63 tin/lead (standard), RoHS 5 Compliant
Connector 1: Warning: GPPO cables are almost always female, because the male resides on the device. Please check your requirements.
Cable Error: Adds significant cost. A better choice for cables >12", operating at 40 GHz and above, and if loss is a major concern