Re: [SI-LIST] : Mini-coaxial cable

John Fisher (jmfisher@cisco.com)
Wed, 14 Apr 1999 19:07:24 -0700

Mike,

I am familiar with their offerings, they can do tiny ribbon cables with it , as you noted each co-ax has an OD of .0073 " they put 25 of them on 7.5 mil centers. But for board re-work my tech would chase me out of the lab, I don't even want to guess what a 100 foot spool of it costs! It can withstand some very harsh enviroments also.

Neat stuff, indeed.

John

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At 06:09 PM 4/14/99 -0400, you wrote:
>John Fisher, et al:
>
>If you want to go REALLY small, contact AMP Precision Interconnect
>(www.precisionint.com). They have a coaxial cable of 46 AWG center conductor
>with an outside diameter of 0.19 mm (~7.5 mils).
>
>Mike Conn
>Owner/Principal Conasutant
>Mikon consulting
>
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