Coaxial Cable

Koaxialkabel
The RG series (radio guide) includes universal coaxial cables that meet the American standard MIL-C 17.
The applications include instrumentation measurement, laboratory, antenna and radio applications, broadband communications,
Automotive and many others. Hint: Coax Cables belong on the basis of their structure to the unbalanced lines.
Koaxialkabel einfach abgeschirmt Single shielded
Structure of a single shielded coaxial cable:
1 = inner conductor (Solid or litz wire (1b))
2 = dielectric medium/ insulation
3 = braided shield / film
4 = outer sheath
These include:
Wave impedance 50R
RG 196
, RG 178, RG 174, RG 188, RG 316, LN 5002, SS 405, ENVIROFLEX_400, RG 58/U, Belden 7806A
Wave impedance 75R
RG 179,
RG 187 A/U, RG 59/U, Belden RG 11_A/U
Koaxialkabel doppelt abgeschirmt Double shielded
Structure of a double shielded coaxial cable:
1 = inner conductor (Solid or litz wire (1b))
2 = dielectric medium/ insulation
3a = braided shield / film or Folie 3b = braided shield / film or Folie 4 = outer sheath
These include:
Wave impedance 50R
EF316_D
, LMR-100 (A), CLF100, RD316, 7805A_D, RG400/UMultiflex-86, RG58-ALL, LMR-195, H-155, Aircell® 5, LMR-240, Aircell® 7, H-2000®, H-2000-Flex®, Ecoflex_10®, LMR-400, Aircom Plus®, ECOFLEX 15®, Ecoflex_15 plus
Semi Rigid Koaxialkabel Semi-Rigid – hand formable cable
Structure of a semi-rigid coaxial cable:
1 = inner conductor (Solid or litz wire (1b))
2 = dielectric medium/ insulation
4 = outer sheath
These include:
50R = SUCOFORM-86, SUCOFORM_141