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Tri-axial 1.4 mm OD; low cap (max 38 pF/m) OD 1.8 mm; triple shielded coax including mu-metal shielding of 145db isoltion. Customized cut-stripped tip soldered lengths, connector fitted assemblies / trees.
 

PTFE/FEP/ETFE insulated RF Coaxial cable

Coaxial cable consists of a core conductor, surrounded by PTFE dielectric, covered with a metal shield and finally encased in a insulating jacket. The shield provides the return path as well as the confinement for RF energy, and is generally grounded.

Coaxial cable is a transmission line ‿it allows transmission of high frequency energy and signals with low loss with reflection-less matching and with minimal Phase and Amplitude distortion.

GARG offers customized coaxial cable designs ranging from 1.0 mm OD subminiature and standard miniature to high power sizes. These designs provide greater packaging density, signal fidelity, low noise, flex durability, lower capacitance and propagation delay. There is also a choice of flexible or semi-rigid constructions."Standard Cables meet popular military standards (US Navy's MIL-C-17, Indian JSS 51100) while custom cables can be designed according to the requirement. Our cables meet airworthiness requirement as well."

Standard military specification cable that we manufacture are RG 141, 142, 144, 165, 178, 179, 180, 187, 188, 195, 196, 225, 302, 303, 304, 316, 316DS, 400, 403 and RG 404. They meet or exceed US MIL-DTL-17 or MIL-C-17 specifications.

We also manufacture ETFE coaxial cables for nuclear applications as well. Please contact us for any custom requirements.

What is a Triaxial Cable

GARG Advantages

RF Coaxial Cables

  • PTFE Jackets over Coaxial Cables are difficult -- But They are our specialty
  • Characteristic Impedance tested on 100% length by on a Time Domain Reflectometer
  • Attenuation (signal loss) measured on samples
  • Attenuation of cables processed by us is 10 to 25% lower than the permissible maximum given in US MIL-C-17.
  • Low micro-phonic noise cables (less than 5 micro-volts) for sensitive transducer interconnects and very low capacitance cables for instrumentation (e.g. 1.8 mm OD with 40 pF/m).
  • Miniature & Subminiature RF Coaxial And Triaxial Cables
  • Designed to customer specifications
  • Over forty years experience in PTFE coaxial cables field
  • Supplier for many critical applications requiring high reliability

                    CO-AXIAL CABLES                                         Garg Associates Private Limited
Nomenclature & equivalent O.D. mm Jacket type Shields Outer/ Inner Dielectric O.D.(mm)/ Type Conductor No Strands/ strands dia mm Capacitance pF/m Zo in ohms Continous Working Voltage RMS Max Oper freq GHz Max at 25 deg C dB per 100 m /WatsCW Weight Kg per 100 m DC Resist. ohm/100m
400 MHz 3 MHz 10 MHz
RG 196 A/U (Actual) 1.82 PTFE -/S 0.86/T 7/0.10 SCW 100 50 750 3 95 ~ ~ 0.85 76
RG 196 A/U (MIL-SPEC) 2.03 PTFE -/S 0.86/T 7/0.10 SCW 105 50 750 3 108/115 308/35 ~ ~ ~
RG 178 B/U 1.82 FEP -/S 0.86/T 7/0.10 SCW 105 50 1000 3 108/115 308/35 ~ 0.89 80.2
RG 188 A/U (Actual) 2.54 PTFE -/S 1.52/T 7/0.17 SCW 98 50 900 3 54 ~ ~ 1.60 25
RG 188 A/U (MIL-SPEC) 2.79 PTFE -/S 1.52/T 7/0.17 SCW 105 50 900 3 69/210 190/75 ~ 1.60 ~
RG 316/U 2.45 FEP -/S 1.52/T 7/0.17 SCW 105 50 1200 3 69/210 190/75 ~ 1.82 27.6
RG 141 A/U (Actual) 4.57 VFG -/S 2.95/T 1/0.94 SCW 95 50 1400 3 27.6 ~ ~ 4.65 5.8
RG 141 A/U (MIL-SPEC) 4.83 VFG -/S 2.95/T 1/0.94 SCW 96 50 1400 3 28.2/1000 89/350 ~ ~ ~
RG 303/U 4.32 FEP -/S 2.95/T 1/0.94 SCW 105 50 1900 ~ 28.2/1000 92/350 ~ 4.62 5.9
RG 142 A/U (Actual) 5.00 VFG S/S 2.95/T 1/0.94 SCW 95 50 1400 124 27.6 ~ ~ 6.30 5.8
RG 142 A/U (MIL-SPEC) 5.23 VFG S/S 2.95/T 1/0.94 SCW 96 50 1400 124 31.2/1000 105/300 217/140 ~ ~
RG 142 B/U 4.95 FEP S/S 2.95/T 1/0.94 SCW 96 50 1900 ~ 38.4 115 ~ 6.40 5.9
RG 143 A/U (MIL-SPEC) 8.25 VFG S/S 4.70/T 1/1.50 SCW 96 50 2200 124 21/1450 72/420 144/190 14.00 ~
RG 115 A/U (MIL-SPEC) 10.50 VFG-3 S/S 6.48/T 7/0.71 S 96 50 3700 124 18/2800 51/880 98/450 27.50 0.66
RG 225/U (Actual) 10.70 VFG-2 S/S 7.24/T 7/0.79 S 96 50 3700 ~ 14.5 ~ ~ 25.00 0.54
RG 225/U (MIL-SPEC) 10.90 VFG-2 S/S 7.24/T 7/0.79 S 96 50 3700 ~ 16.4 ~ ~ 29.05 0.57
RG 187 A/U (Actual) 2.64 PTFE -/S 1.52/T 7/0.10 SCW 67 75 900 3 53 ~ ~ 1.60 76
RG 187 A/U (MIL-SPEC) 2.79 PTFE -/S 1.60/T 7/0.10 SCW 67 75 900 3 69/420 187/140 ~ ~ ~
RG 179 B/U 2.54 FEP -/S 1.60/T 7/0.10 SCW 64 75 1200 3 69/420 187/140 ~ 1.49 80.2
RG 140/U (MIL-SPEC) 5.91 VFG -/S 3.71/T 1/0.64 SCW 64 75 1700 3 26/1600 85/350 ~ ~ ~
RG 302/U (MIL-SPEC) 5.13 FEP -/S 3.71/T 1/0.64 SCW 64 75 1700 3 26/1600 85/350 ~ 5.96 13.6
RG 195 A/U (Actual) 3.68 PTFE -/S 2.59/T 7/0.10 SCW 51 95 1100 3 46 ~ ~ 2.80 76
RG 195 A/U (MIL-SPEC) 3.93 PTFE -/S 2.59/T 7/0.10 SCW 51 95 1100 3 56/350 151/130 ~ ~ ~
RG 180 B/U 3.68 FEP -/S 2.59/T 7/0.10 SCW 51 95 1500 ~ 56/350 151/130 ~ 2.95 80.2
GSR 86 5 RG 405 2.20 ~ -/BC 1.68/T 1/0.51 SCW 102 50 1500 20 43/200 125/74 262/35 2.28 8.48
GSR 141 RG 402 3.58 ~ -/BC 2.97/T 1/0.91 SCW 98 50 1900 20 23/620 69/250 148/120 5.13 6.70
GSR 250 RG 401 6.35 ~ -/BC 5.31/T 1/1.62 S 97 50 3000 18 15/1900 46/750 108/350 15.18 0.84
GCSR 141 3.58 ~ -/BC 2.97/TA 1/1.12 SCW 85 50 1200 20 22/250 53/85 131/42 ~ ~
GLN 188 2.54 PTFE -/S 1.52/TSC 7/0.17 SCW ~ 50 900 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
GLN 196 RG 404 1.82 PTFE -/S 0.86/TSC 7/0.10 SCW ~ 50 750 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
GLN 187 2.64 PTFE -/S 1.52/TSC 7/0.10 SCW ~ 75 900 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
ABBREVIATIONS:  BC: Bare Copper, FEP: Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene, GCSR: Garg Composite Semi-Rigid GLN: Garg Low Noise GSR: Garg Semi Rigid,PTFE: Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene, S: Silver Plated Copper, SCW: Silvered Copper Weld (also known as SCCS: Silvered Copper Coaled Steel),T: Solid PTFE, TA: Airspaced PTFE, TSC: PTFE Semi Conductive coaled, VFG-2 Varnish fiber Glass Double braid.
 
Note   The cable types with FEP jacket are given for equivalence purpose only and are offered by us. Actuals are listed to indicate superior performance in some respects.
 

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Advantages of PTFE as insulation Material

  • PTFE is one of the lowest dielectric constant and loss factor material
  • Inert to practically all chemicals even at elevated temperatures
  • Fire (flame) proof
  • Smaller size, lighter weight and much higher reliability
  • Excellent thermal stability for use from -60C to 260C 

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