Shields and Jackets in braided or other
forms can be applied where reliable RFI and mechanical protection are required.
EMI, EMP and TEMPEST requirements are provided for with multiple layers of
Spiral Flat Woven Cable, an innovation inspired by the
Department of Defense surface to air missile needs, can fill other military
and industrial electronics interconnection requirements.
Weave Patterns can be varied and programmed electronically. For
example, equipment can be programmed to change or eliminate weave at predetermined,
even irregular, intervals to facilitate attachment of hardware.
Load-Bearing Strength, far in excess of the strength provided by a cable's
conductors, can be realized through the incorporation of Kevlar strength members.
Extreme Flexibility may be achieved through the use of fine wire stranding
and special weave designs. Flexible woven cable will withstand continuous
flexing without delaminating or losing insulation integrity. It is an
ideal product for such applications as computer drawers and rotating antennae.
Superior Electrical Performance can be realized. Crosstalk and
other signal problems are minimized through optimum selection and placement
of conductors (single wires, twisted pairs, triples, coax or whatever), ground
wires, shields, weave material and termination devices.
Temperature Extremes can be handled with heat resistant materials.
Fiberglass or Nomex weave material can be combined with insulation such as
Teflon or silicone rubber to produce cables that operate at temperatures up
to 200 degrees Celsius.