Description: Coaxial cables are designed for transmission of high frequency signals with a minimum of loss. They are supplied with various configurations, and the most popular ones are listed on the following pages. Purchasing considerations should include impedance, environmental temperature, working voltage, signal loss at specific frequencies, power rating, and cost. Additional information on these factors is available on request. Please refer questions not listed to our sales department.
CCS: Copper Covered Steel.
NCCS: Nickel Coated Copper Covered Steel.
SCCS: Silver Plated Copper Covered Steel.
SPC: Silver Plated Copper.
PTFE: Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
PVC: Polyvinyl Chloride.
PVCN: Polyvinyl Chloride, Non Contaminating.
FEP: Fluoronated Ethylene Polymer.
CLP: Cross-Linked Polyolefin.
BC: Bare Copper.
TC: Tinned Copper.
FGB: Fiberglass Braid.
Coaxial cables are the main type of cable used for hooking up television sets and are also commonly used for computer networks such as the Ethernet. Because coaxial digital cable is more expansive than a telephone wire, it is less likely to encounter interference and can also carry significantly more data. The transmission of high-frequency signals with little interruption makes a TV coaxial cable a popular choice for many practical applications.
Please let us know how we can help with your coaxial cable assemblies. We can custom build or cut any type of wire that is not listed on our website. Looking for a coaxial cable adapter or splitter? We can help you adapt your coaxial cable technology to fit your specific situation and needs