Rosenberger flexible cables are designed to provide low-loss connections between the base station and antennas. The corrugated outer conductor construction guarantees optimal shielding, low attenuation and provides the flexibility for easy shipping, handling and installation. With high reliability and outstanding electrical values, Rosenberger flexible cables guarantee trouble-free operation for the most demanding requirements.
Rosenberger Super Flexible coaxial cables are designed for use in tight routing spaces. Typical applications includeconnections inside mobile base stations and jumpers for connecting the base stations, transmission lines and antennas. Super Flexible cables have superior electrical and mechanical performance, and are ideal for applications requiring thetightest bending radii, high flexibility, low attenuation and high shielding.
Rosenberger 7/8" RL, 1 1/4" RL and 1 5/8" RL Low Loss coaxial cables are specifically designed to correspond to requirements of the mobile, cellular and broadcast networks. They deliver excellent performance for connections between the base station and antennas. The transmission characteristics of the Rosenberger Low Loss coaxial cables have been improved significantly while still maintaining the outer dimensions to suit all connectors and installation material.
Rosenberger offers a complete range of 50 Ohms coaxial cables, from 1/4" to 1 5/8"
The cable range provides best in-class electrical and mechanical performance:
- Low Attenuation
- Low VSWR/RL
- Complete EMI shielding to minimize system interference
- Outstanding PIM performance
- High Power Rating
The cable construction is similar for all cable sizes: Inner conductor, foam dielectric, outer conductor and outer jacket. The inner conductor is made of a copper clad aluminium wire and a smooth or corrugated copper tube dependent on cable size. The use of high conductivity copper guarantees excellent low-loss performance. The foam insulator consists of a mixture of low dielectric polyethylene – melted and extruded utilizing an insert gas injection process. Low density, close and homogenous cell dielectric contributes to further excellent low-loss performance and minimized risk of water penetration. The outer conductor is made of copper and has a longitudinal weld that provides high quality screening and a tight bending radius.
The cables are available as standard with either a PE jacket for outdoor installations or in a flame retardant and halogen-free version to comply with indoor requirements for health and safety (IEC 60332).