Coaxial & Data Cable
Coaxial cables are used as transmission lines for radio frequency, video and data signals. They have traditionally been used as feed lines to connect radio transmitters and receivers with antennas, internet connections, digital audio and cable television signals
Data cables are any type of media capable of carrying a binary electrical communication signal. Binary data is a series of ones and zeros which are sent as an electrical signal between two locations
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The Wire Connection carries a wide variety of high performance data cables designed to meet the needs of the aerospace, defense, military, ground transportation, industrial and RF communication markets. Typical applications include: Ethernet backbone, avionics, high-definition video, cabin management systems, in-flight entertainment and databus applications.
This cable is used for high frequency signal transmission. The Teflon plenum-rated coaxial cable (brown) is NEC CMP rated. This 50 Ohm coax cable utilizes dual silver shields for 95 percent coverage. The 3/16 inch transmission line passes the VW1 vertical wire test and is Mil Spec M17/60-RG142 rated . This coaxial cable has a solid center conductor and a brown-tinted FEP jacket.
This cable is used in direct burial applications. The temperature range is -55°C to +250°C with bare copper shielding. The conductor is bare copper as well with a fiberglass jacket.
This cable is used in direct burial applications. The temperature range is -55°C to +250°C with 2 bare copper shielding. The conductor is silver covered copper with a fiberglass jacket.
This cable is used for high frequency signal transmission. The temperature range is -40°C to +200°C with silver covered copper shielding. The conductor is silver covered copper with a FEP jacket.
This high temperature cable meets M17/111-RG303 specifications It is a single round wire with a silver plated copper braid.
This high temperature cable meets M17/113-RG316 specifications. 50 ohm, silver coated center conductor and shield. Teflon insulation. Passes VW-1 vertical flame test. Has an FEP outer jacket that allows an operating temperature of up to 200°C.
This cable is used for high frequency signal transmission. The temperature range is -55°C to +200°C with 34 silver covered copper shielding. The conductor is silver covered copper with a FEP jacket.
This cable is used for high frequency signal transmission. The Teflon RG400 coaxial cable features a dual shield with silver-plated inner and outer conductors. The 3/16 inch 50 Ohm coax cable utilizes a Teflon dielectric and a FEP jacket.
This cable is constructed with solid silver plated copper conductors insulated with an extruded PTFE dielectric. Dual braid screen enhances EMI performance. The outstanding electrical and mechanical properties of the extruded FEP jacket over a broad range of temperatures and frequencies make this coaxial cable the standard for a wide range of military and commercial applications.