Coaxial cables are designed to transmit signals with the least amount of distortion and attenuation while preventing outside interference. Senskon offers a variety of coaxial cables with single or double screened coaxial cables, triaxial cables, low noise, and subminiature coaxial and triaxial cables to fulfil the most demanding needs in aerospace, military equipment, and medical devices. It improves the electrical characteristics of high-performance and compact coaxial cables. We offer RG and triaxial coaxial cables that meet the American MIL-C-17 standard, as well as KX coaxial cables that meet the French NF-C-93550 standard.
- TYPES OF CO-AXIAL CABLES:
- Hard Line Co-Axial Cables: Round copper tubing and a combination of metals, such as aluminium or copper, serve as a shield. These cables are frequently used to link a transmitter with an antenna.
- Triaxial cable: Features a grounded third shielding layer to protect communications transmitted down the wire.
- Rigid Line Co-Axial Cables: They’re made up of two copper tubes that act as unbending pipes. These lines are intended for use between high-power radio frequency (RF) transmitters in the interior environment.
- Radiating Cable: Which has many of the same components as a hard-line cable, but with shielding adjusted to the RF frequency at which it will function. Elevators, military equipment, and underground tunnels all employ it.
- Military equipment
- Measurement and test equipment.
- Video systems.
- Medical equipment
- Radio and television
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LOW RUNNING COST
LARGE NETWORK OF DEALERS
HIGH ENERGY EFFICIENCY
- Conductor: silver plated copper covered steel, silver plated copper, silver plated copper alloy
- Dielectric: solid PTFE, Celloflon, FEP
- Semi conductive layer: For low noise coaxial cables
- Screen: silver plated annealed copper single screen or double braid
- Outer sheath: extruded FEP or PFA or ETFE or wrapped and sealed PTFE
- Very low losses
- Limitation of outside interference
- Weight and space saving
- High temperature resistance
- According to MIL-C-17 (RG)
- According to NF C 93-550
- Excellent soldering properties
- Decrease in audio noise: low noise cables
- Lightweight versions for aircraft