Manufacture of high-frequency coaxial cables

Coaxial cables enable transmissions at very high frequencies. They must therefore be produced with the greatest of care in order to ensure an ideal connection. Whether they are soldered or crimped, fine or .... incredibly fine, you can entrust them to us.

By clicking on the images below, you can enlarge them, and find out some coaxial cables that we have already manufactured as a subcontractor.

DIN 1.0/2.3 coaxial cables to BNC jack
NEUTRIK NBNC 75 BDD 6 coaxial cables to AMPHENOL DIN 1.0/2.3
Crimping of RADIAL SMB connectors onto coaxial cables
manufacture of SMB coaxial cables
subcontracted manufacture of coaxial cables
subcontracted fitting of a coaxial MULTICOMP connector
subcontracted manufacture of coaxial cables, RADIAL connector
MULTICOMP coaxial connector with coloured sheaths

Are you communicating at great frequencies? We are shielded against interference!

Coaxial cables are made up of different layers essential to the protection of the high-frequency signals that they are transmitting. An initial insulator protects the whole of the cable, on whatever the wire or traditional cable. Then comes a layer of shielding, which enables protection against signals from electromagnetic interference that the cable can encounter, and to which high-frequency signals are particularly sensitive. Another insulating layer finally protects the conductor from the shielding. Stripping a coaxial cable therefore means you have to have suitable tools. Similarly, the crimping of connectors (BNC, SMB, N, MCX, MMCX, SMA, SMC, SSMB types, etc.) requires great attention, always for the purposes of preserving the quality of the signal.