GORE™ Microwave/RF Interconnect
GORE™ Microwave/RF Assemblies have proven performance
in major commercial, military, and space programs for over 30
years. These assemblies are small, flexible, and offer the security
of proven reliability. They are easy to handle, allow a variety of
interconnect options, facilitate routing, permit easy servicing, and
are extremely robust. That’s why Gore is the preferred choice of
major original equipment manufacturers when high performance
and high reliability are needed.
Cost Effective Flexibility
A single, flexible GORE™ Microwave Assembly can replace several
semi-rigid assemblies of equal or shorter lengths. This means
fewer designs and no costly 3-D drawings or bending machines
are required. Installation time is reduced with “user friendly”
flexibility while risk of damage during installation is virtually
eliminated. Risk-free, quick installation makes these cables cost
effective. Reliably maximize flexibility and performance
High Reliability Equals Long-Term Savings
GORE™ Microwave Cable Assemblies are manufactured to Features and Benefits
the same high standards that differentiate all Gore products
worldwide. These assemblies offer proven solutions for low- Features Benefits
loss, high-density, wide-bandwidth interconnect needs. Gore’s Various standard connector Simple, reliable, proven
manufacturing facilities are ISO 9001 certified. options (push-on/blindmate solutions for most applications
Gore’s reliability reduces downtime, increases installation and threaded)
efficiency, and decreases troubleshooting requirements due Broad frequency range Single cable solution
to interconnect failure. A wide variety of standard cable and (DC to 65 GHz)
connector options are available to satisfy the interconnect needs Consistent products Reliable performance
of most RF applications from DC to 65 GHz.
Flexible Ease of installation
Typical Applications: Low loss Longer distance, higher
•• ATE Systems bandwidth
•• Evaluation Test Boards Consistent frequency Low group delay
•• Antenna Arrays response
•• Backplane Interconnects Small bend radius Ease of routing in tight spaces
•• Beam Forming Networks
•• Clock Distribution Shielding effectiveness Low crosstalk/noise pickup
•• General Test Networks greater than 90 dB/ft
•• LMDS Systems Small diameter cables Higher density options
•• Module-to-Module (as small as 0.047” nominal)
•• OC192/OC768 Standard Interconnects
•• DWDM Systems
Advantages of Flexibility
GORE™ Microwave Cable Assemblies are flexible, yet durable
enough to withstand the rigors of installation. With an inherently
flexible cable design, installation time is greatly reduced.
GORE™ Microwave Cables are more practical than semi-rigid
cables. Semi-rigid cables can be formed, but are not flexible.
Manufacturers of semi-rigid cables typically recommend
limitations on the number of rebends. While semi-rigid cables
offer good stability, their mechanical properties make the cable
impractical or difficult to use for many applications. In the end,
the manufacturer’s recommendations are usually ignored at
installation, stability is degraded, and service life is greatly
GORE™ Microwave Cables outperform other flexible cables.
Traditionally-designed flexible cables require a large bend radius Interconnect solutions include GORE™ RF Jumper Cable Assemblies and
to yield acceptable stability. The large bend radius and overall High-Density Assemblies
cable stiffness make them difficult to use especially in small or
lightweight devices. When the cable is forced into a smaller bend Gore's ePTFE insulation with a low dielectric constant of 1.4
radius, performance degrades appreciably, service life is greatly offers:
shortened, and devices may be damaged. •• Lower relative losses
GORE™ Microwave Cable Assemblies provide all the benefits of •• Higher velocity of propagation (85% speed of light)
flexibility without sacrificing performance. Fewer designs and no •• Lower capacitive loading
costly 3-D drawings make installation cost effective. •• Higher cutoff frequencies (DC to 65 GHz)
Advantages of Tape-Wrapped ePTFE Advantages of Helically-Wrapped Foil Shielding
Gore originated the use of microporous expanded polytetra- Other traditionally-designed assemblies, such as RG-type, semi-
fluoroethylene (ePTFE) for microwave cables. Through our deep rigid, or solder-dipped round wire braid constructions, have some
scientific understanding of fluoropolymers, the variability of pitfalls. For many years, RG-type cables served the industry as a
the ePTFE dielectric is reduced so our cables provide consistent viable low-cost interconnect option. As modules become smaller
performance. Our tape wrapping process and quality control and more densely packed and frequencies continue to increase,
eliminates concentricity concerns and ensures constant impedance shielding effectiveness becomes more critical. RG constructions
through the assembly. rely on round wire braid as an outer conductor. At only 1 GHz, a
single braid layer can obtain shielding effectiveness of 40 dB.
Additional layers may provide better shielding but the cable
becomes increasingly more difficult to terminate and bend and
still permits significant energy leakage at higher frequencies.
Semi-rigid constructions theoretically offer better shielding
effectiveness, but any benefits are offset by the difficulties
encountered during installation. To fit in a 3-D setting or route
through a panel or deck, pre-bent assemblies often need to
be partially unbent. Tie-downs are necessary on longer runs to
prevent vibration stress and insulating sleeving may be required
to prevent shorting out exposed circuitry. During alignment,
connectors can be subjected to high stress resulting in poor
mating or damage.
Helically-wrapped foil is used as an outer conductor on all GORE™ the digital signal. Consequently, there is a relationship between
Microwave Coaxial Assemblies and provides consistent shielding the pulses in the time domain and their resulting spectra in
effectiveness even when flexed. The helically-wrapped foil “gives” frequency domain.
when the cable is flexed, thus avoiding the potentially damaging The shortest pulse in a data stream is a bit, which represents
translation of differential stresses that occur in semi-rigid and one-half of the period of a sine wave when only considering the
solder-dipped round wire braid constructions. This flexibility fundamental frequency. A full period correlates to half a clock rate
minimizes the risk of failure at the connector termination point. or a full clock rate, depending on the system. From this it can be
stated that the highest sine wave frequency in gigahertz equals
shielding Effectiveness half the data rate in gigabits per second. Lower frequencies will
exist representing the longer bits.
Some bandwidth-limited systems operate in just this fashion. If
greater precision is required, more frequencies are added to the
basic sine wave. A rectangular pulse can be shown to consist of
a series of harmonics of the fundamental. These harmonics add
definition to the rise and fall times of each pulse beyond the
base half-sine wave. Adding just the third harmonic improves the
waveform shape and is generally more than adequate to achieve
the desired power or voltage transmission necessary for accurate
GORE™ Microwave Cables are well-suited for digital signal
transmission. The signal’s velocity of propagation remains
constant over a wide range of frequencies because of the
consistency of the cable dielectric. The series of harmonics
Test method MIL-STD-1344, Method 3008 defining the square wave can be transmitted over the cable with
The graph shows the typical shielding performance for four di erent coax minimum distortion.
cable types. Each type di ers only in the construction of the cable’s outer
shield. As shown, a GORE™ Microwave Cable provides signi cantly better GORE™ Microwave Cables offer:
shielding than braiding or aluminized mylar approaches because of the
helically-wrapped foil outer shield. •• Lower relative loss for cleaner eye patterns
•• Low VSWR minimizing reflections
GORE™ Microwave Cables provide a minimum of 90 dB/ft of •• Consistent response with frequency for lower group delay
shielding effectiveness across the entire microwave frequency
range through 18 GHz and beyond; by eliminating any openings Capabilities
for leakage in the cable, assembly shielding effectiveness is Gore offers standard, reliable assembly solutions from DC through
limited only by connector selection and not by the cable. 65 GHz. Various standard push-on/blindmate and threaded
connector options are available to mate with virtually any system.
Digital vs. Microwave As the necessity for increased frequency and bandwidth drive
As data rates in sophisticated digital equipment increase, the your application needs, Gore’s interconnects provide solutions.
worlds of microwave and digital system designers are coming In addition to standard interconnects, Gore offers precision test
together. Traditional twisted pair, twin-ax, or tri-axial solutions assemblies and adapters to meet all of your high data rate digital
cannot support the higher data rates so designers are turning to and microwave needs.
A simple digital on-off keying, a 0-1-0 square wave sequence, can If you need other configurations, please contact Gore to discuss
be modeled as a series of discrete sinusoidal frequencies. These your requirements.
frequencies are related to pulsewidth and rise and fall times of
GORE™ RF Jumper Assemblies
GORE™ RF Jumper Assemblies provide a reliable solution for
microwave interconnect needs and offer several advantages.
High density packages require a robust user-friendly microwave
interconnect with consistent performance. GORE™ RF Jumper
Assemblies are designed utilizing world class engineering and
manufacturing techniques to provide cost effective solutions for
device internal applications. GORE™ RF Jumper Assemblies use
low profile SMA pins on both ends for compatibility with most
standard systems. The SMA pin connector mates with SMA,
3.5 mm, and 2.92 mm socket connectors.
Features and Benefits
Extremely flexible cable Ease of installation
Small bend radius Ease of routing
Low springback Ease of installation
Low connector profile Fits easier in tight areas GORE™ RF Jumper Assemblies are available in a variety of lengths
Shielding effectiveness Low crosstalk and noise pickup
greater than 90 dB/ft The small bend radius makes these assemblies easier to route
Consistent connector Stable connector interface in tight spaces and a cable bend radius as small as 0.40 in (10.2
components mm) is achieved with no degradation in electrical performance.
Built using statistical process Constant cable-to-cable Unlike stiff semi-rigid cables, GORE™ RF Jumper Assemblies allow
control performance connection/disconnection at one end enabling access to system
SMA-to-SMA configuration Compatible with most devices components; this makes them ideal for sytems with multiple
assemblies and limited space.
Flexibility High Performance with Low Hassle
High flexibility allows shock and vibration to be absorbed and not Gore's proven shielding techniques provide superior noise
transferred. This flexible design plus an engineered strain relief immunity of greater than 90 dB at 18 GHz. The high-performance
make GORE™ RF Jumper Assemblies a highly reliable interconnect ePTFE dielectric provides low attenuation. Typical attenuation at
solution. 18 GHz is less than 0.35 dB/ft for 195 cable and 0.52 dB/ft for
Maximum Insertion Loss (dB) 145 cable.
O.D. Freq. (GHz) 6 in (152.4 mm) 12 in (304.8 mm) 24 in (609.6 mm) 36 in (914.4 mm)
0.145 in 2 0.23 0.33 0.51 0.70
(3.7 mm) 4 0.28 0.41 0.67 0.93
8 0.38 0.57 0.95 1.33
12 0.47 0.70 1.17 1.64
18 0.59 0.89 1.47 2.05
0.195 in 2 0.19 0.25 0.38 0.50
(4.9 mm) 4 0.23 0.31 0.48 0.65
8 0.31 0.43 0.68 0.92
12 0.39 0.54 0.84 1.15
18 0.49 0.68 1.06 1.44
Low Profile Connectors Fit Tight Selecting a Part Number
Packaging Constraints GORE™ RF Jumper Assembly part numbers consist of seven
Gore's low profile SMA connectors reduce stress at the cable/ numeric characters. The grouping of these characters has a
connector junction where most failures occur and, with a cable specific meaning (see illustration below). Follow these guidelines
bend radius as small as 0.40 in (10.2 mm), are easy to install in to determine the part number:
tight areas. 1. Characters 1-3 define the desired cable diameter. To select
the 0.195” (4.9 mm) O.D. cable, use 195 as the first three
Unique Captivation in a Standard SMA characters. To select the 0.145” (3.7 mm) O.D. cable, use 145
GORE™ RF Jumper Assemblies utilize SMA pin connectors for as the first three characters.
compatibility with most systems. Engineered contact captivation 2. Characters 4-6 define the cable assembly length in inches.
features and materials that keep the pin and insulator tolerance Lengths which require only one or two digits (e.g., 6 or 24 in)
in specification enhance connector performance, even in should be preceded by zeros in the unused positions (e.g.,
demanding environments. 006, 024).
These designs survive temperature cycling from -55°C to 125°C Character 7 is used to further define lengths which are not
and can be flexed without any movement at the interface. whole-inch increments (e.g., 24.5 in). If the length is a whole-
inch increment, Character 7 should be zero.
GORE™ RF Jumper Assembly Quality Guarantee Example: For a 7.5” assembly using 0.195” diameter cable, the
Utilizing the latest Statistical Process Control (SPC) techniques, Gore part number is 195-007.5
Gore guarantees the stated physical and electrical performance
specifications of each GORE™ RF Jumper Assembly. 1 2 3 - 4 5 6 . 7
Cable Type Assembly Length
Cable Type 145 Cable Type 195
Outer Diameter (nom.) 0.145 in (3.7 mm) 0.195 in (4.9 mm)
Connectors SMA Pin SMA Pin
Connector Interface Per MIL-C-39012 Per MIL-C-39012
Temperature Range -55°C to 125°C -55°C to 125°C
Cable MIL Spec Per MIL-C-17 Per MIL-C-17
Weight 11 g/ft (36.3 g/m) 16 g/ft (52.8 g/m)
Single Bend Radius 0.40 in (10.2 mm) 0.50 in (12.7 mm)
Frequency Range DC to 18 GHz DC to 18 GHz
VSWR < 1.35:1 up to 18 GHz < 1.35:1 up to 18 GHz
Shielding > 90 dB up to 18 GHz > 90 dB up to 18 GHz
Impedance 50 Ohm ±1 Ohm 50 Ohm ±1 Ohm
Vp 85% 85%
Center Conductor (SPC) Solid Solid
High-Density, High-Frequency Flexible
Microwave Coaxial Assemblies
Gore's flexible microwave coaxial assemblies stretch the
performance barriers of high-density interconnects. The
combination of low dielectric constant materials, small diameter,
and minimum bend radius allows more signal lines per area
while delivering more consistent electrical performance than
comparable configurations. Gore puts density, flexibility,
and reliable electrical performance in a single easy-to-install
Features and Benefits
Small diameter cables High density packaging High-density cable assemblies are available with a variety of connector
(0.047” and up) options for frequencies ranging from DC to 65 GHz
Small bend radius Avoids costly right-angle
connectors frequency. Gore’s cable construction provides the best balance of
Shielding effectiveness Low crosstalk and noise pickup all three characteristics due to the benefits of our low dielectric
> 90 dB/ft through 18 GHz constant ePTFE.
Flexible Ease of installation Since actual assembly performance is limited by cable
Low springback Ease of installation manufacturing techniques, connector designs, and assembly
Broad frequency range Single cable solution techniques, GORE™ Microwave Assemblies include standard
(DC to 65 GHz) connectors specifically designed to complement the performance
Phase/time delay matching Minimizes skew and timing of our cables and our manufacturing processes, minimizing
options errors losses and reflections.
Semi-Rigid Replacement Maximum Theoretical Frequency1
Gore’s high-density microwave assemblies are an excellent O.D. Typical
alternative to stiff semi-rigid assemblies. Because semi-rigid Cable in. Frequency (GHz) Atten./ft
assemblies are difficult to install and repair in tight spaces, costly Type (mm) 20 30 40 50 60 70 @40 GHz
configuration drawings and precision pre-bending are often G4 0.120 1.40 dB
required. For longer runs of semi-rigid, cable clamps are necessary (3.0)
to prevent vibration stress but with the low mass and high 89 0.085 1.83 dB
flexibility of GORE™ Microwave Assemblies, there is usually no need (2.2)
for vibration proofing. 53 0.070 2.22 dB
Shielding Effectiveness 4L 0.047 2.79 dB
With helically-wrapped foil shields and proven termination (1.2)
methods, these assemblies provide shielding effectiveness in
excess of 90 dB/ft through 18 GHz (using the stirred mode method 1 Based on TE11 mode frequency.
per MIL-STD-1344, Method 3008).
Cable Selection Gore offers a variety of threaded and blindmate/push-on
Cable selection is always a compromise between loss, size, connectors including: SMA, 2.92 mm (K style), 2.4 mm, 1.85 mm
and frequency requirements. For instance, a larger cable size (V style), SMP, and SMPM. Standard assemblies are available with
will result in lower attenuation, but it will also mode at a lower performance through 65 GHz.
Matching Options Differential Signal Transmission Time
Matched electrical characteristics are generally specified by: Delay Matching
•• Phase or time delay matching An individual cable assembly can be purchased which meets
•• Insertion loss (amplitude) matching specified values. Sets of assemblies can consist of individually
With extensive engineering and test resources, Gore has state-of- absolute matched units or relatively matched sets at the time of
the-art capability for providing assemblies (or sets of assemblies) manufacture.
with matching electrical characteristics.
“Absolute” Matched Assemblies
“Absolute” matched assemblies (and sets) have electrical Line 1
parameters which are set to a specified value, with defined
tolerances. Every assembly must meet the specified criteria.
This type of specification ensures the availability of individual Line 2
spares at a later date. For this reason, “absolute” matched
assemblies are sometimes referred to as “infinite” matched. Cable pairs used in parallel data transmission. Gore is capable
of minimizing skew through time delay matching to better than
“Relative” Matched Assembly Sets < 1 picosecond.
“Relative” matched sets differ from “absolute” matched sets in
that only relative, not absolute, electrical values are specified.
Each assembly in a particular delivered set is within a certain
tolerance with respect to any other assembly in that set. However,
there is no guarantee that one set will match a second set.
Generally, it is easier to obtain a closer match within relative sets
than is possible with an absolute standard.
Typical Insertion Loss
Basic Nominal Nominal Minimum Insertion Loss Formula1 Freq.
Cable O.D.2 in. Weight2 g/ft Bend Radius3 IL (dB) = A + B • ƒ + C • sqrt(ƒ) + L[D + E • ƒ + F•sqrt(ƒ)] Max.
Type (mm) (g/m) in. (mm) A B C D E F (GHz)
4L 0.047 (1.2) 1.7 (5.6) 0.125 (3.2) 0.02000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00184 0.35150 18
53 0.070 (1.8) 3.5 (11.6) 0.25 (6.4) 0.02000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00339 0.24680 18
89 0.085 (2.2) 4.0 (13.2) 0.25 (6.4) 0.02000 0.00400 0.01000 -0.00251 0.00412 0.18925 18
G4 0.120 (3.1) 9.0 (29.7) 0.30 (7.6) 0.02314 0.00904 -0.01663 0.00353 0.00270 0.13664 18
54 0.070 (1.8) 3.5 (11.6) 0.25 (6.4) 0.02000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00339 0.24680 40
55 0.070 (1.8) 3.5 (11.6) 0.25 (6.4) 0.02000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00339 0.24680 65
1 f=frequency in GHz; L=assembly length in feet
For non-straight connectors, add the following lengths per connector for calculation only: 0.5 in. (12.7 mm) for 4L, 53, 89, 54, 55 cable; 1.0 in. (25.4 mm) for G4 cable.
Contact Gore for maximum insertion loss for assemblies smaller than 12 in. (304.8 mm).
2 All dimensions and properties are for PFA-jacketed constructions with solid silver-plated copper center conductors.
3 Minimum bend radius is for a single bend. For information about minimum bend radius for multiple bends, please contact Gore.
For tighter specifications or higher frequency needs, please contact Gore.
GORE™ Microwave/RF Assemblies
Selecting A Part Number
Gore part numbers consist of 12 alphanumeric characters. 3. Select the length of the cable assembly. Characters 9-11
The grouping of these characters has a specific meaning (see define the assembly length in inches. Lengths which require
illustration below). Follow these guidelines to determine the part only one or two digits (e.g., 6 or 24 inches) should be
number: preceded by zeros in the unused positions (e.g., 006, 024).
1. Select the cable type. Characters 1 and 2 define the cable type. Character 12 is used to further define lengths which are not
whole-inch increments (e.g., 24.5 inches). If the length is a
2. Select the connectors to use on both ends (refer to the whole-inch increment, Character 12 should be zero.
Connector Options table below).
Characters 3-5 define connector “A” used on one end of the 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 . 12
assembly. Characters 6-8 define connector “B” used on the Cable Connector Connector Assembly Length
second end of the assembly. Type A B in Inches
4L 53 89 G4 54 55
Max Freq. 18 GHz 18 GHz 18 GHz 18 GHz 40 GHz 65 GHz
Connector Type Description (GHz) 0.047” 0.070” 0.085” 0.120” 0.070” 0.070”
MMCX™ Straight Pin 6 ZH3
MCX™ Straight Pin 6 ZK2
SMP2 Straight Pin - Full Detent 18/401 ZS5 ZS5 ZS5 ZS5 ZS5
SMP2 Straight Pin - Smooth Bore 18/401 ZLH ZLH ZLH ZLH ZLH
SMP2 Straight Socket 18/401 ZEM ZEM ZEM ZEM ZEM ZEM
SMP2 Right-Angle Socket 20 ZF6 ZF6 ZF6 ZF6 ZF6
Blindmate/Push-On SMPM2 Straight Socket 18/651 ZST ZST ZST ZST
SMPM2 Straight Pin 18/651 ZNQ ZNQ ZNQ ZNQ
MSSS™ Straight Pin 20 ZMS
MSSS™ Straight Pin - Limited Detent 22 ZNF
MSSS™ Straight Pin - Full Detent 22 ZNH
MSSS™ Straight Socket 20 ZMM ZNG
BMA (OSP™) Straight D-Mount Socket 18 Z79 Z79
#12 Pin Contact 18 ZG6 ZG6
#12 Socket Contact 18 ZG5 ZG5
SMA Straight Pin 18/26.51 S01 S01 S01 S01 S01 S01
SMA Straight Socket 18 S02 S02
Threaded Coupling SMA Right-Angle Pin 18 R71 R71
SMA D-Mount Socket 18 R42 R42
SSMA Straight Pin 18 301
2.92 mm (K) Straight Pin 40 0CX 0CX
2.4 mm Straight Pin 50 0CY
1.85 mm (V) Straight Pin 65 0CZ
• Gore also supports: TNC, 7-16, Precision N, 7 mm, and 3.5 mm. Contact Gore for other configurations or higher frequency needs.
• Gore also offers additional blindmate solutions.
1 Maximum assembly frequency depends on cable and component selection. Please specify requirements when ordering.
2 SMP and SMPM connectors are compatible and intermateable with GPO™ and GPPO™ connectors, respectively.
GPO and GPPO are trademarks of Gilbert Engineering. OSP is a trademark of Tyco Electronics/M/A-Com.
MMCX and MCX are trademarks of Huber and Suhner. MSSS is a trademark of Micro-Made Products.
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