Junkosha launches world’s first 145 GHz cabling solution for high-speed communications
Junkosha has chosen DesignCon 2024 as the platform to showcase its breakthrough ultra-phase stable advancements in high frequency cabling solutions. The spotlight will be on the launch of the MWX004, which has been developed to cater to the demands of a 6G future in a bid to go beyond the limitations of the 145 GHz barrier.
The need for phase stability is considered vital across R&D and quality control functions responsible for the development and maintenance of high-frequency networks that are at the core of increasingly sophisticated systems. In recognition of this critical need, Junkosha has designed MWX004, the world’s first 145GHz flexible coaxial cable equipped with features including advanced phase stability, the highest performing dielectric material and high flex life thanks to Junkosha’s precision engineered EPTFE tape wrapping technology.
Another example is found in the MWX001 and MWX002 cable assemblies. Designed for test and measurement applications that demand signal stability, these cables feature the lowest insertion loss whilst providing the necessary physical cable flexibility for test set-ups. The cable structure of the MWX001 allows for precise measurement up to 110 GHz, while the MWX002 extends this capability to 120 GHz. A safety-lock mechanism is available to preserve the 1.0mm(m) connector’s central pin. Both cables exhibit excellent phase stability, high quality signal transmission and strong form sustainability.