NEWtral® Low-Noise Cable
In small-signal applications, noise-free transmission lines are necessary
to maintain signal integrity. Simply flexing or twisting a traditional
cable can generate voltage spikes with magnitudes in the tens of
millivolts. This noise is due to triboelectric charging of the insulator
materials, which act as capacitors and store the charge. The addition
of conductive low-noise layers reduces the noise to the microvolt range.
New England Wire Technologies dedicated resources to develop a range
of advanced low-noise cables. Our engineers design custom cables to
meet customer requirements for performance in their applications.
While preparing a low-noise cable for termination, it is important to consider
the effect of the outer conductive low-noise suppression layer. Isolation of the
low-noise layer from the conductors is necessary to prevent a short circuit
situation. Depending on the type, the low-noise layer can either be stripped
with conventional mechanical and laser methods, or require chemical and
abrasive stripping methods.
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