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Coax Patch Cable, LMR 400 Equivalent, Low Loss RF Cable, 1' to 100' Reverse, TNC-Male 180 degrees to TNC-Male 180 degrees

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Coax Patch Cable, MIG-400, 1' to 100' for RF Cable Applications

The MIG-400 Coax Patch Cable was designed to deliver high performance with minimal loss. This coax patch cable is LMR®400 equivalent with a thin, lightweight, and flexible construction. LMR® is a registered trademark of Times Microwave Systems. Our MIG-400 coax patch cord is the perfect high-quality cable alternative to RG-8X. The MIG-400 is protected by a durable polyethylene jacket.

LMR® 400 Coax cable is commonly used in rf cable applications. Common applications for our MIG-400 coax patch cable include wi-fi, antenna coaxial cable, ham radio, patch cables, jumper cables, WLL, GPS, WLAN, LMR®, WISP, WiMax, SCADA, and mobile antennas.


Coax Patch Cable, MIG-400, 1' to 100' for Radio Frequency Features

  • Connector 1: TNC Male
  • Connector 2: TNC Male
  • Cable Type: MIG-400 Low Loss (LMR®400 Equivalent)
  • Polyethylene (PE) Jacket
  • Antenna cable runs to base stations, Access Points (AP), bridges, or CPE
  • Cabling between any WiFi or WiMax antenna and the associated equipment
  • Indoor or outdoor use
  • Land Mobile Radio (LMR®)
  • Local MultiPoint Distribution System (LMDS)
  • Multi-Channel Multi-Point Distribution Service (MMDS)
  • Wireless local loop (WLL)
  • Personal Communication Systems (PCS)
  • Mobile
  • Fixed wireless
  • Ham radio

Additional Information

Standard VS Reverse Polarity Types

Reverse polarity type refers to the reverse gender of the interface and contact pin design, not the signal polarity. Coax with reverse polarity type or RP-SMA connector has a center receptacle instead of a male pin. Normal SMA connectors are incompatible with RP-SMA connectors. Coax with RP-SMA connectors are used by Wi-Fi equipment to comply with FCC regulations. These connectors inhibit consumers from breaching airspace with short distance transmissions.