LMR-400 is a 3/8 inch 50 Ohm low loss braided coaxial cable provides excellent performance for high power HF needs or VHF/UHF applications when used for WISP, WLL, GPS, LMR, mobile antennas and 802.11, WLAN and has a lower loss when compared to RG-8 and RG-213. LMR-400 is the same size as RG-213, yet typically enjoys better specifications when compared to other RG-8 coaxial cable through inclusion of bonded aluminum tape and gas filled dialectric in its manufacture. The bonded aluminum tape outer conductor is overlapped to provide 100% coverage, supported by a 90 percent braided shield, providing around >90 dB RF shielding (>180 dB crosstalk) and superior interference immunity against ingress and egress. LMR-400 features a bare copper center conductor, with 100 percent foil and 88 percent braided shield coverage preventing loss. It is stiffer than the LMR-240 UltraFlex, due to its solid center conductor.
LMR-400 Ultraflex® coaxial cable compares favorably to the LMR-400 specifications, providing excellent performance when used for jumper assemblies in wireless communications systems such as short antenna feeder runs in WISP, WLL, GPS, LMR, mobile antennas and 802.11, WLAN with the added benefit of increased flexibility due to its inclusion of a stranded copper Center conductor as opposed to solid. The rubber outer jacket is designed for multiple bending/flexing cycles and can be used in both indoor and outdoor applications. when used outdoor, Times Microwave represents that LMR-240 UltraFlex has a life expectancy in excess of 10 years and provides around >90 dB RF shielding (>180 dB crosstalk) and superior interference immunity against ingress and egress.
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