The coaxial cable generally consists of four layers from inside to outside, including inner conductor, plastic insulating layer, mesh conducting layer, and outer jacket. The inner conductor and the conducting layer, which form current circuit, share a geometric axis. The coax cable conductor is available in a wide selection of materials, including copper, copper clad steel, copper clad aluminum, and tinned copper. The outer jacket is mainly made with PVC.
According to their use, coaxial cables can be divided into baseband type and broadband type. Available in thin and thick versions, baseband type cable is mainly used for digital transmission and offers a data rate of up to 10 Mbps. Depending on the most common impedances, there are 50 Ω and 75 Ω digital coaxial cables. The 75 Ω product is usually used in CATV networks. Its transmission bandwidth can be 1 GHz, although 750 MHz is more common for regular CATV cables. The 50 Ω low loss coaxial cable is mainly used for baseband signal transmission, and the bandwidth is between 1 and 20 MHz. Our bulk coaxial cable can be applied for bus Ethernet. When used in the Ethernet networks, 50 Ω thin coax provides a maximum transmission distance of 185 meters, while the thick coax can achievea transmission distance of 1000 meters.
Packing: Paper spool, PVC spool, and wooden spool are provided. 100 m, 200 m and 500 m of coax per spool is available.
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