Cables & Cable Assemblies
Industry Articles, 379.58 KB
SMA, 3.5 mm and 2.92 mm connectors make reliable, RF components and instrumentation possible. These seemingly mundane devices are the result of evolutionary and revolutionary design, covering a 40-year period and involving several corporations. In their present state, they represent highly evolved, well-defined interface systems.
Industry Articles, 937.57 KB
Shielding effectiveness of microwave cable assemblies: Why is it important? How does it impact system performance? What makes a “good shield” good and a “bad shield” bad? In this article, we will examine cable assembly construction and show an example of the shielding effectiveness of airframe cable assemblies.
Product Selection Guides, 5.78 MB
Download technical information — including cable properties, program heritage, connector options, and ordering information for high-power, high-frequency, high-flex, and high-density applications.
Data Sheets, 1002.56 KB
Gore combines extensive materials expertise with decades of proven traditional spaceflight heritage to offer reliable, cost-effective, and low-risk solutions qualified for demanding LEO/MEO program schedules in the NewSpace economy.
Data Sheets, 149.75 KB
Download technical information — including benefits, cable properties, connector variants, and ordering information for our Type 8S qualified to ESCC 3408/002 specifications and on the ESA Qualified Parts List (QPL).
White Papers, 1.16 MB
Examines the constraints that may have an impact on cable performance, and the process involved in selecting the right materials based on sufficient testing to verify cables will survive in harsh environments.
Now available, the new GORE® Microwave/RF Cable Assembly Builder. We’ve enhanced our on-line RF builder to allow users to design a cable from their desktop, tablet or mobile phone.
The Gore Microwave/RF Assembly Calculator is used to calculate insertion loss, VSWR and other parameters of Gore Assemblies.
This technical document details tracking changes in insertion loss and phase length with temperature.
For both Spaceflight and Non-Spaceflight applications.
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