DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COAXIAL CABLE AND NORMAL CABLE!

The conductor is isolated from the shielding by the dielectric and is located in the center of the cable. The geometry must be closely adhered. Is a coaxial cable bent lower than the permissible bending radius, the electrical values are no longer complied and the cable is no […]

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Here we present you a short list of our manufacturers of coaxial cables: Huber&Suhner: We are a leading international manufacturer and provider of components and systems for the electrical and optical connection technology. Headquartered in Switzerland with 25 companies and several agencies in over 60 countries worldwide, we are always next to our customers. LEMO […]

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Cable assembly

Cutting as of total lengths of 30 mm Stripping of the cables on one or both sides Twisting and tinning of single conductors Crimping, soldering, wrapping and binding on request Link to coaxial cables from stock Link to Continue Reading

CABLE ASSEMBLY

Thanks to our flexible and fast cable assembly, you have the opportunity to purchase customized cables at very reasonable prices.
We supply to all sectors from the automotive industry to the civil aviation sector.

High Quality – Connectors and cables only from well-known brands RF Cable assembly – manufactured in […]

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Question: Which is the right cable for my application?

For applications up to 1GHz we recommend the RG174, for applications up to 2.5GHz we recommend the RG179RG188RG187 or RG316. For applications above 2.5Ghz we recommend the use of low loss cable such as Continue Reading

WHY COAXIAL CABLES?

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A coaxial cable consists of two concentric conductors, which are seperated by a dielectric and by a screen. Fields of applocation for coaxial cables are video technology, electrical measurement as well as applications, where radio signals have to be transferred without loss.

A double screened coaxial cable is presented here
Structure of a double screened coaxial cable:
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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COAXIAL CABLE AND NORMAL CABLE!

The conductor is isolated from the shielding by the dielectric and is located in the center of the cable. The geometry must be closely adhered. Is a coaxial cable bent lower than the permissible bending radius, the electrical values are no longer complied and the cable is no longer useful […]

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Koaxialkabel 50 Ohm – Bildergalerien 1,5 – 2,1 mm / Gr:1 RG178 Koaxialkabel

RG 196 A/U, Koaxialkabel – Koaxialleitung RG196

RGL196 LowNoise Koaxialkabel – Koaxialleitung

RG405 /U Koaxialkabel – Koaxialleitung

Kapton 1.45mm Koaxialkabel – Koaxialleitung

LN5001 LowNoise Koaxialkabel – Koaxialleitung

Sucoform 86 Koaxialkabel – Koaxialleitung

Koaxialkabel 50 Ohm – […]

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