Dual RG-6 Coaxial Cable – 3 GHz – Flooded with Ground
Hard Drawn Copper-Clad Steel Center Conductors
Closed-Cell foam polyethylene (PE) dielectric provides high velocity of propagation
Dual Shield: Bonded Aluminum-Polyester-Aluminum (APA) Foil + 60% Braid
Black Polyethylene Jacket
Amorphous Polypropylene (APD) Flooding compound
Hard Drawn Copper-clad Steel Ground Conductor: 17 AWG
Construction and Materials
Copper-Clad Steel Center Conductors – 0.04″ (1.02 mm) Hard-drawn copper-clad steel (CCS).
Center Conductor Bond – Proprietary, clean stripping.polymer is utilized to block moisture migration.
Dielectric – Unique mix of polyethylene providing mechanically stable, closed cell foam with excellent velocity of propagation charatoristics.
First Outer Conductor – Excellent RF shielding before and after flexure is provided by 100% coverage with an aluminum-polyester aluminum (APA) tape securely bonded to the dielectric core.
Second Outer Conductor – A fine wire aluminum braid wire: 34 AWG, 60% Braid coverage.
- Flooding Compound: Amorphous Polypropylene (APD). A flowing compound able to seal small ruptures of the jacket.
Jacket – Black Polyethylene
- Ground Conductor: 17 AWG Hard Drawn Copper-clad Steel