What is a Coaxial Cable?
A coaxial cable is a specific type of cable that is made up from copper combined with other metal shield materials and components to block signal interference. They include one physical channel to carry the surrounding signal, usually accompanied with a layer of insulation.
How do Coaxial Cables work?
Coaxial cables work through having concentric layers of electrical conductors and insulating material. The way that they are constructed is what ensures that a signal is enclosed within the cable and prevents any electrical noise from interfering with the signal.
Belden RG11/U Coaxial Cable
The Belden RG11/U 14 AWG Coaxial Cable is a good choice when you need a longer distance run that needs additional performance above the RG6/U cable.
Features and Benefits
• A coaxial communication cable, great for communicating!
• Black polyvinyl chloride (PVC) outer sheath
• Bare inner conductor with gas injected foam HDPE Insulation
• Impedance of 75 Ohm
• Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
• Reliable transmission in video-analogue and video surveillance operations.
Belden 8213 010500 Coaxial Cable
The Belden RG11/U coaxial cable by has an outer diameter of 10.29 mm. This Coax cable has a capacitance of 52.8pF/m, a velocity ratio of 84%.
|Characteristic Impedance||75 Ω|
|Conductor Strand Type||Solid|
|Attenuation||2.9 dB/100ft @ 400MHz, 4.1 dB/100ft @ 700MHz, 4.8 dB/100ft @ 900MHz, 5.2 dB/100ft @ 1GHz|