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LCFS114-50JFNL
1-1/4" CELLFLEX® Lite Low-Loss Foam-Dielectric Coaxial Cable

CELLFLEX®1-1/4" Lite low loss flexible cable

FEATURES / BENEFITS

  • It represents a light-weight transmission line solution
    The light weight of CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cable results in reduced work-force and lifting gear.
  • It is easy to transport, handle and install
    CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cables enable savings in shipping cost.
  • It exhibits a cost-efficient alternative to copper transmission line
    CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cable helps to reduce CAPEX spending.
  • It offers a user-friendly compatibility with RFS's existing range of accessories
    CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cable requires less inventory additions, thus reduced OPEX.
  • It enables trouble-free installation and operation
    CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cable avoids downtime and reduces OPEX.
  • The attenuation is comparable to the industry standard in traditional cable
    CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cable maintains uncompromised coverage.
  • Specially developed connectors exhibit low and stable intermodulation performance
    CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cable exceeds present PIM standards ensuring no dropped calls.
  • It is available with UV-resistant polyethylene or flame-retardant jackets
    CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cable can be used outside and in indoor applications where restrictions apply.
  • It exceeds industry standard for return loss performance
    CELLFLEX® Lite coaxial cable means zero risk in network planning.
  • Meets or Exceeds: IEC 60754-1, -2; IEC 60332-1-1, -2;IEC 61034-1, -2; IEC 60332-3-24 (formerly IEC 60332-3-C)


1-1/4" CELLFLEX® Lite Low-Loss Foam Dielectric Coaxial Cable

Technical features

Applications

ApplicationsMain feed line, Riser-rated In-Building

Structure

Cable TypeFoam-Dielectric, Corrugated
Size1-1/4
Jacket OptionBlack
Inner Conductormm (in)13.1 (0.52)
Dielectricmm (in)31.2 (1.23)
Outer Conductormm (in)35.9 (1.41)
Jacketmm (in)38.9 (1.53)

Testing and Environmental

Fire PerformanceFlame Retardant, LS0H
Installation Temperature °C(°F)-40 to 60 (-40 to 140)
Storage Temperature°C(°F)-70 to 85 (-94 to 185)
Operation Temperature °C(°F)-50 to 85 (-58 to 185)

Electrical Specifications

Impedance, OhmΩ50 +/- 1
Maximum Frequency GHz3.7
Velocity, percent%90
Capacitance pF/m (pF/ft)75 (22.9)
Inductance, uH/m (uH/ft)µH/m (µH/ft)0.185 (0.056)
Peak Power Rating kW176
RF Peak Voltage Volts4200
Jacket Spark Volt RMS10000
Inner Conductor dc Resistance, Ω/km (Ω/kft)Ω/1000 m (Ω/1000 ft)0.83 (0.25)
Outer Conductor dc Resistance, ohm/1000 m (Ohm/1000 ft)Ω/1000 m (Ω/1000 ft)0.9 (0.27)
Return Loss (VSWR) PerformanceStandard for 40-2700, 3300-3700 MHz, Premium according to B-Class
Min. Return Loss (Max. VSWR)dB (VSWR)Standard 20 (1.222), Premium 24 (1.135)/ 23 (1.152)
Phase Stabilized

Phase stabilized and phase matched cables and assemblies are available upon request.

Temperature & PowerStandard

Mechanical Specifications

Cable Weight, Nominal kg/m (lb/ft)0.66 (0.44)
Minimum Bending Radius, Single Bendmm (in)200 (8)
Minimum Bending Radius, Repeated Bendsmm (in)380 (15)
Bending Moment, Nm (lb-ft)Nm (lb*ft)38 (28)
Tensile Strength N (lb)2000 (450)
Recommended / Maximum Clamp Spacing m (ft)1 / 1.2 (3.25 / 4)

Attenuation and Power Rating

Frequency, MHzdB per 100mdB per 100ftPower, kW
0.5 0.06 0.02 176
1 0.09 0.03 132
1.5 0.11 0.03 108
2 0.12 0.04 92.70
10 0.27 0.08 41.30
20 0.39 0.12 29.10
30 0.48 0.15 23.70
50 0.62 0.19 18.20
88 0.83 0.25 13.60
100 0.89 0.27 12.80
108 0.92 0.28 12.30
150 1.10 0.33 10.30
174 1.18 0.36 9.58
200 1.27 0.39 8.91
300 1.58 0.48 7.16
400 1.84 0.56 6.15
450 1.95 0.60 5.80
500 2.07 0.63 5.46
512 2.09 0.64 5.41
600 2.28 0.70 4.96
700 2.48 0.76 4.56
750 2.57 0.79 4.40
800 2.67 0.81 4.24
824 2.71 0.83 4.17
894 2.83 0.86 4
900 2.84 0.87 3.98
925 2.89 0.88 3.91
960 2.95 0.90 3.83
1000 3.01 0.92 3.76
1250 3.41 1.04 3.32
1400 3.63 1.11 3.12
1500 3.77 1.15 3
1800 4.18 1.27 2.71
1900 4.31 1.31 2.62
2000 4.44 1.35 2.55
2100 4.56 1.39 2.48
2200 4.69 1.43 2.41
2500 5.04 1.54 2.24
2600 5.16 1.57 2.19
2700 5.27 1.61 2.15
3000 5.60 1.71 2.02
3300 5.92 1.81 1.91
3600 6.23 1.90 1.82

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