SMA Reverse Polarity Male on RG316DS Double Shielded/U to SSMA Female Coaxial Cable Assembly This Coax Cable is made from highest quality materials. This is a custom assembly. The price shown is a base price for terminating the connectors to the cable. Enter your required cable length in the box. Any Additional cable length must be entered in Feet. Any additional footage will be added to the base price at $0.80cents per foot. Cable is 100% inspected before shipping. If you require any additional information for your cable please enter that information also.
The SMA Reverse Polarity Male to SSMA Female RG316DS Cable Assemblies is constructed from only highest quality materials.
RG-Type Cable Assemblies are part of over 200,000 available RF and Microwave components available to order online. SMA Reverse Polarity Male on RG316DS Double Shielded to SSMA Female Cable Assembly products from Field Components can ship the worldwide.
We will also custom build SMA Reverse Polarity Male coaxial cables and adapter that ship quickly for all your RF Component needs. Additional connector plating options upon request include: Gold Plated Stainless Steel, Passivated Stainless Steel, Olive Drab Plated Brass, White Bronze Plated Brass, Black Oxide/Chrome Plating and Tri-metal Albaloy/SUCO coating for LOW PIM applications. Call 888-413-4353 for your specific requirements.
In Addition to our RPSMAM-RG316DS-SSMAF-Length RG316DS Cable Assemblies Field Components stocks additional high frequency precision grade adapters, RF connectors and test grade RF Cable jumpers for wireless telecommunications applications, including WiFi, PCS, radio, computer networks, test instruments, Distribution Antenna Systems (DAS) and antenna devices. 1Cable Specifications:
RG Type: 316DS
Conductor: 30 AWG 7/38 Silver Ctd. Copper Weld
Insulation: PTFE Nom. Core O.D.: 0.060 in
Shielding: 96% Silver Covered Copper Braid x 2
Jacket: Extruded FEP, Brown
Nom. O.D.: 0.114 in Military Spec: M17/152-00001
Nom. Attenuation: 11.5 dbl/100 ft at 100 MHz 24.0 dbl/100 ft at 400 MHz 30.0 dbl/100 ft at 1000 MHz 79.0 dbl/100 ft at 5000 MHz (5Ghz) 133.0 dbl/100 ft at 10000 MHz (10Ghz)