Improvements in aerospace technology and the need for more power performance are driving the demand to update military aircraft with higher data rate cables. At the same time, cables need to provide consistent power performance and signal integrity in less space.
Well-suited for aerospace harness applications, GORE Shielded Twisted Pair Cables are highly flexible and easy to route in confined spaces of an aircraft. The unique design of these cables reduces overall weight by as much as 35% and cable diameter size by as much as 21% when compared to standard cables. Wire by wire these cables have a direct impact on saving weight.
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.
Reliable Flight Performance
Smaller, Lighter Cable Design
Gore’s innovative fluoropolymer technologies deliver high-speed data cables that are significantly smaller and lighter weight while maintaining reliable performance in demanding aerospace environments, including rapid changes in temperatures encountered during take-off and landing.
GORE Shielded Twisted Pair Cables are engineered to perform reliably in a variety of military aerospace applications, including:
- avionics electronics
- cabin management systems
- digital video systems
- Ethernet networks
- serial buses
GORE Shielded Twisted Pair Cables provide manufacturers with many benefits that improve electrical and mechanical performance such as:
- excellent signal integrity in demanding environments with temperatures ranging from -55⁰ C to 200⁰ C
- unique design that reduces overall weight by as much as 35% and cable diameter size by as much as 21% when compared to standard cables
- highly flexible with a tight bend radius for easier installation in small spaces
For more information about the benefits of our cables, please contact a Gore representative.
Durable construction of GORE® Shielded Twisted Pair Cables
These values demonstrate the electrical, mechanical and environmental performance of GORE Shielded Twisted Pair Cables.
|Standard Impedance (ohms)s||100 ± 10|
|Voltage Rating (V)||500|
|Velocity of Propagation (nominal) (%)||80|
|Time Delay (nominal) [ns/m (ns/ft)] - 24 AWG||4.10 (1.25)|
|Capacitance [pF/m (pF/ft)]||42.6 (13)|
|Dielectric Withstanding Voltage (Vrms)
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|Mechanical / Environmental Properties||Value|
|Jacket Material||Engineered Fluoropolymer|
|Conductor Color-Coding||White and Blue|
|Dielectric Material||-55 to 200|
GORE Shielded Twisted Pair Cables meet the stringent specification requirements of military aircraft. They have undergone substantial qualification testing to ensure they meet the specifications of the most current standards and our customers’ requirements.
- ANSI/NEMA WC 27500 Performance Requirements: Environmental Testing, Jacket and Marking
- AS4373 Method 801, Flammability
- FAR Part 25, Appendix F, Part I and MIL-W-22759: Flammability
- FAR Part 25, Appendix F, Part V: Smoke Density
Visit us at Booth 2733 at the 2016 AUSA Meeting & Exposition to see the latest GORE® Military Fabrics and GORE® Cables and Materials for military and defense applications.
ELKTON, MD. (September 21, 2016) – W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) announces the successful integration of GORE Aerospace Ethernet Cables into upcoming F-16 upgrade initiatives. Gore’s new 10-gigabit cables, exceed Cat6a electrical requirements by delivering reliable signal integrity with sufficient margin for high-speed data transmission over longer distances.
Gore announces the successful integration of GORE® Aerospace Ethernet Cables into upcoming F-16 upgrade initiatives.
Faster digital networks, more power performance, high-quality in-flight entertainment (IFEC), improved fuel efficiency, and less maintenance and downtime were some of the major themes at the Farnborough International Airshow held in London on July 11-17.