What factors can affect the performance of high-speed Minisas cables?

  1. The transmission signal can be weakened by bending the cable. Cables are typically single-stranded and susceptible to bending, with poor recovery capabilities after bending. Therefore, it is crucial to avoid twisting and bending of the insulated core wire during cable processing and use, which can cause conductor bending and affect performance.
  2. The insulation part of the wire is of foamed structure, which has poor mechanical performance and is easily deformed by compression or tension, leading to the destruction of the foam layer structure. Therefore, during the process of wire processing and usage, efforts should be made to avoid the insulation core wire from being subjected to compression or tension, so as to ensure the high-speed cable performance is not affected.
  3. The cable's wire pairs are arranged in a parallel wrapping structure without a twist pitch, making them susceptible to bending and deformation. As such, it is crucial to avoid bending the wire pairs during wire processing and usage, in order to minimize damage to the wrapping structure.
  4. In order to achieve optimal electrical performance, a relatively large twist pitch is recommended, although this may reduce the flexibility of the wire. To ensure maximum wire flexibility during processing and usage, it is advisable to maintain a bending radius of at least 20 times the wire OD.
  5. To ensure optimal performance of high-speed cables, it is important to be aware of the factors that can affect their performance when using them to interconnect servers, switches, and storage devices.
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