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Coax Cable (Without Ends)

Coaxial cable is a series of concentric conductive shells that are insulated from one another. Together, they form an impedance-matched transmission line that keeps the signal intact between the sender and receiver. The thicker the coaxial cable, the better it can preserve the signal over long distances. Coax cable is also shielded, both to reduce signal loss and to keep potentially interfering signals from reaching the cable. Four different types of coax cable are commonly used today: RG6, RG11, and RG59 are all used for consumer video, while RG11 is often also used in data centers to connect to next-generation network hardware and improve the reliability of the network.

Coax cables are excellent for several applications since they can handle both analog and digital signals. Several applications that commonly use coaxial cables are cable TV systems, cable modems and commercial radio broadcast towers. These cables have a long history in the industry, to be sure, and they have also been installed in countless homes. Whatever equipment achieves reliable and secure communication via coax is likely to rely most directly on the electrical properties of the cable.

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$3.09
RFS Foam-Dielectric Corrugated 1/4" Superflex Coax cable sold per foot.
$3.09
RFS Foam-Dielectric Corrugated 1/2" Superflex Coax cable sold per foot.
$3.09
RFS Foam-Dielectric Corrugated 1/2" Coax cable sold per foot.
$1253.07
LMR 400 Equivalent Coax cable 1000 ft. roll.
$656.37
LMR 195 Equivalent Coax cable 1000 foot roll.
$861.90
LMR 240 Equivalent Coax cable 1000 foot roll.
$0.88
LMR 240 Equivalent Coax cable sold per foot.
$0.66
LMR 195 Equivalent Coax cable sold per foot.
$656.37
LMR 400 Equivalent Coax cable 500 ft. roll.
$1.22
LMR 400 Equivalent Coax cable sold per foot.
$1292.85
LMR 600 Equivalent Coax cable 500 ft. roll.
$2.43
LMR 600 Equivalent Coax cable sold per foot.