Genuine LMR-400 cable from Times Microwave for extremely low signal loss in high-frequency applications, such as 4G/5G routers, WiFi and microwave radio. The ultra low attenuation of <0.36dB per metre below 6GHz, and <0.13dB below 1GHz means that almost no signal is lost in the cable. The tough PE jacket resists UV and provides excellent durability in harsh environments.
This cable is a direct replacement for RG-8 and other 0.400" / 10mm jacketed low-loss coaxial cables, and is a significant upgrade from RG-58 and RG-174. We recommend this cable for Helium / HNT mining (and other 868Mhz applications), outdoor 4G/5G antennas, and WiFi antenna exceptions as the highest performing cable that's a reasonable thickness and relatively easy to bend.
- Please note that while this is the “ultra flexible” variant, this cable is still quite stiff, intended for permanent installations. You will need appropriate cable support or clips.
- Outdoor connections must be taped with self-amalgamating tape to prevent water entering at the connectors and damaging the cable.
- Made in the UK.
|Connector B||SMA-male (note, this is different to RP-SMA)|
|Length||3m, 5m, 10m|
|Insertion loss||≤0.087dB per metre @ 433Mhz;
≤0.126dB per metre @ 868Mhz;
≤0.142dB per metre @ 1090Mhz (ADS-B);
≤0.186dB per metre @ 1800Mhz (4G);
≤0.217dB per metre @ 2.4GHz (WiFi & 4G);
≤0.267dB per metre @ 3.5GHz (5G);
≤0.355dB per metre @ 5.8GHz (WiFi)
|Capacitance||78.4pF per metre|
Velocity of propagation
|Conductor||Copper-clad aluminium, solid, 2.74mm|
|Shield||Aluminium foil + copper braiding|
|Working temperature||-40℃ to +85℃|
|Minimum bend radius||25.4mm (fixed); 101.6mm (repeated)|
|Diameter||0.405" or 10.3mm|