These helpful formulas can be used to calculate expected phase change of Dynawave coaxial cables for any given temperature range, as well as for an array of uses for cable assemblies.
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The electrical Phase length of any coaxial cable will change over temperature. To calculate the expected phase change of a Dynawave cable for any given temperature range use the following method.
Calculate the phase change of a 36 inch long DF118 assembly at -30 C at 12 GHz.
Determine the absolute phase (?) of the assembly at 25 C.
From the DF100 series ppm charts -30 C produces 1300 ppm of phase change.
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