Passengers expect reliable performance from their portable electronic devices while traveling. They want to download IFE content and charge their devices quickly and easily. As a result, aircraft need faster data transfer to reduce downtime and meet passenger demands.
GORE Aerospace USB 3.1 Cables provide reliable signal integrity for high-speed data transmission up to 10 gigabits over longer distances. They carry more data greater than 5 meters for faster IFE content uploads and downloads. Gore’s cables support power management from 9-32V systems to ensure passengers can charge their devices quickly and easily.
Size and Weight Savings with Gore’s Materials
GORE Aerospace USB 3.1 Cables have a unique construction with approved aerospace materials that provide durable protection in the most demanding aerospace environments, including a wide range of temperatures. The high-density construction of our cables significantly reduces weight and diameter for improved installation. And, the small cable diameter increases flexibility with a tight bend radius for easy routing.
The excellent signal integrity of our cables can enable utilization of smaller gauge cables in your system architecture. Because of their electrical performance and long transmission distances, our cables can reduce the need for additional signal amplification — further decreasing weight and power requirements.
Long-lasting construction of GORE Aerospace USB 3.1 Cables
GORE Aerospace USB 3.1 Cables are engineered to perform reliably in a variety of civil aerospace applications, including:
- content loading
- data transfer
- digital video systems
- in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems
- portable electronic devices
- power remote devices
GORE Aerospace USB 3.1 Cables provide manufacturers with many benefits that improve electrical and mechanical performance such as:
- dependable signal integrity for high-speed data transmission up to 10 gigabits
- faster data transfer greater than 5 meters to ensure quick and easy access to IFE content
- high-speed data transmission over longer distances, minimizing the need for additional signal amplification
- improved power management from 9-32V systems to charge portable electronic devices quickly and easily
- enhanced durability and long service life due to unique construction with approved aerospace materials
- improved installation with smaller, lighter weight and highly flexible cable bundles
For more information about the benefits of our cables, please contact a Gore representative.
These values demonstrate the electrical, mechanical and environmental performance of GORE Aerospace USB 3.1 Cables.
|Standard Impedance (ohms)
90 ± 5
90 ± 10
|Voltage Rating (V)||< 50|
|Capacitance [pF/m (pF/ft)]b||50 (15)|
|Dielectric Withstanding Voltage (Vrms)
|Skewb (ps/m) (within pair)||< 15|
a Testing performed on prototypes. Commercialized performance may vary.
b Shielded twisted pairs only.
|Jacket Material||Engineered Fluoropolymer|
|Conductor||Silver-Plated Copper Alloy|
|Conductor Color-Coding||High-Speed Pairs: Blue/Yellow, Orange/Violet
Low-Speed Pair: White/Green
Power: Red, Black
|Temperature Range (°C)||-65 to 200|
Gore will be attending this invitation-only meeting to exhibit GORE® Aerospace Cables that ensure aircraft survivability and warfighter readiness and safety. If you’re attending, stop by our table to learn more about the benefits of our solutions and how we can help.
W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) has announced that complimentary samples of GORE® Tethered Drone Cables are now available with short lead times and can be shipped within two business days from the date of the request. Ideal for prototyping and evaluation, samples are available in 16-, 20- and 24-AWG configurations, with length options of 5, 10 and 15 feet.
Come by Booth 103 at this year’s symposiums to check out Gore’s advanced technical solutions for military and defense applications.
Gore will be featuring their selection of advanced technical solutions for military and defense applications at the 2018 Cribbins and Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) Symposiums in Huntsville, Alabama on November 13-16, Booth 103.