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   Cable, Coaxial

Coaxial cable is an electrical cable consisting of a round conducting wire, surrounded by an insulating spacer, surrounded by a cylindrical conducting sheath, usually surrounded by a final insulating layer. It is used as a high-frequency transmission line to carry a high-frequency or broadband signal. Sometimes DC power (called bias) is added to the signal to supply the equipment at the other end, as in direct broadcast satellite receivers. Because the electromagnetic field carrying the signal exists (ideally) only in the space between the inner and outer conductors, it cannot interfere with or suffer interference from external electromagnetic fields.

Coaxial cables may be rigid or flexible. Rigid types have a solid sheath, while flexible types have a braided sheath, both usually of thin copper wire. The inner insulator, also called the dielectric, has a significant effect on the cable's properties, such as its characteristic impedance and its attenuation. The dielectric may be solid or perforated with air spaces. Connections to the ends of coaxial cables are usually made with RF connectors.



Bronze Partners
3M Electrical Products Division
4SProducts
ABL Electronic Supplies, Inc.
Accu-Tech Corporation
ACON, Advanced-Connectek Inc
Aerospace Systems
Aerospace Wire & Cable, Inc.
Allcom Products Corporation
Allen Company, Inc.
Alpha Products
Alpha Wire Company
American Insulated Wire Corp.
Americor Electronics, Ltd.
Amphenol Corporation
Amphenol Spectra-Strip
Andrew Corp.
Anritsu Co.
Antenex
APA Cables & Networks
Applied Wiring Components Inc.
Arista Enterprises
Axon Cable Inc.
Bay Associates, Inc.
Belden Electronics Division
Berk-Tek Inc.
BIW Cable Systems, Inc.
Black Box Corporation
Bravo Communications, Inc.
BRIM Electronics Inc.
BTX Technologies
Burton Wire & Cable
C&M Corporation
C. E. Precision Assemblies, Inc.
Cables Unlimited
Cal Test Electronics, Inc.
Calrad Electronics
CANARE
CeramTec North America Corp.
Circuit Specialists, Inc.
Coil Specialty Company
Coleman Cable
CommScope, Inc.
Comprehensive Video Group
Computer Cable Specialist
Concord Electronics Corp.
Condumex Wire and Cable
Connect-Air International, Inc.
Consolidated Electronic Wire & Cable
Control Cable, Inc.
CSD Industries, Inc.
Custom Cable Corp.
CZ Labs
Daburn Electronics & Cable Corp.
Daitron, Inc.
Dataworld Solutions, Inc.
Dearborn/CDT
Delaire USA
Dilwol Wire & Cable Inc.
E-Z Hook
Eastland Electronics
Eastman Wire & Cable
El-Com/Cabletek
Electro Insulation Corp.
Electro Standards Laboratories, Inc.
Electronika Intl. Inc.
Electroweave, Inc.
Elite Technical Inc.
EMC EUPEN
Emerson Network Power- Connectivity Solutions
Extron Electronics
FCI Electronics
Florida RF Labs Inc.
Gabriel Electronics, Inc.
Galaxy Wire & Cable Inc.
Gavitt Wire & Cable
GC Electronics, Inc.
General Cable Corporation
General Electronic Materials Technology
General Wire Products, Inc.
Gepco International, Inc.
Giga-Tronics, Inc.
GlobTek, Inc
Gruber Industries Incorporated
GSI Corp.
Harbour Industries
Harting Inc.
Hi-Tech Controls, Inc.
High Tech Connections
Hitachi Cable America Inc.
Hitachi Cable Manchester, Inc.
Huber & Suhner, Inc.
Hypertronics Corporation
Industrial Electronic Devices, Inc.
Insulated Wire Inc
International Components Corp.
ISL Products International Limited
Jaguar Industries Inc
James Monroe Wire & Cable Corp.
JH America, Inc.
JSC Wire & Cable
Judd Wire Inc.
Judd Wire, Inc.
Jumper Shop
L-com, Inc.
Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc.
Lance Industries
Laserage Technology Corporation
LEONI High Speed Cables GmbH
LKG Industries Inc
Longwell
M/A-COM Tyco Electronics
Manhattan Wire Products
Markel Corporation.
Marshall Electronics, Inc.
MegaPhase LLC
Meritec
Micro Mode Products
Micro-Coax Inc
Microdot Connectors
Mil-Spec Supply Inc.
Mingston Electronics, Inc.
Minnesota Wire & Cable Co
Mohawk/CDT
National Wire & Cable Corp.
Nemal Electronics Intl, Inc.
Network Cables & Connectors Inc
New England Wire Technologies
Northwire Inc
Olympic Wire & Cable
OPTIM Incorporated
Pacer/Anixter
Pan International (USA), Inc.
PDK Electronics
Pioneer Cable Company
Polaris Industries Inc.
Power & Tel Enterprise
Precision Interconnect
Precision Tube
Precision Tube
Quabbin Wire & Cable Co., Inc.
Quirk Wire & Cable/Wire Craft
Radiall, Inc.
Radiall/Larsen Antenna Tech
Radio Frequency Systems
Rapid Conn Inc
Rapid Manufacturing
Raycon Technology, Inc.
RDI, Inc.
Reactel, Inc.
Remee Products Corp.
RF Industries
Rubadue Wire Company, Inc.
Sealcon LLC
Semflex, Inc
Shogyo Int'l Corp.
Signal Technology California Operations
Sinbon Technologies
Specialty Cable Corp.
Spinner North America, Inc.
Standard Wire & Cable Co.
Steren Electronics
Storm Products Company
Superior Insulated Wire Corp
Support Systems Intl Corp
Tappan Wire & Cable Inc.
Technical Devices of N.A., Inc.
Teleplex, Inc.
Tensolite Company
Tensolite Company
The Siemon Company
Thermax/CDT, Inc.
Times Fiber Communications (TFC)
Times Microwave Systems
Trompeter Electronics, Inc.
Tyco Electronics Corp.
United Wire & Cable Corp.
USAPEX Corp.
W L Gore & Associates Inc
Webber Electronics
Weico Wire & Cable, Inc.
Whitmor Wire & Cable Corp.
Whitney Blake Company, Inc
Wieson America
Wiremax Ltd.
Wirestrippers
Woven Electronics
WPI Cable Systems/Mutron
Y.C. Cable USA, Inc.
Zeus Industrial Products Inc.
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Coaxial cables keeps RFI connected to corporate success. (Enterprise: Manufacturing).: An article from: San Diego Business Journal
Mike Allen

Coaxial cables: Application data
Louis Rochester

Broadcasting, Cable, the Internet and Beyond: An Introduction to Modern Electronic Media
Joseph R. Dominick, Fritz Messere, and Barry L. Sherman

Excerpt - page 29: "... was an offer the Tarltons couldn't refuse. They ran a cable from a hilltop in Lansford, ... antenna wire with the newfangled coaxial cable the telephone company was using to pro- mote long ..."
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Electric Cables Handbook
G. F. Moore and BICC Cables Ltd. Staff

Errors in coaxial air line standards due to skin effect. (impedance of microwave coaxial cable): An article from: Microwave Journal
Bruno O. Weinschel

The World Market for Coaxial Cable and Other Electric Coaxial Conductors: A 2004 Global Trade Perspective

The 2006-2011 World Outlook for Rigid Electronic Coaxial Cable and Purchased Electronic Wire and Cable Made of Non-Ferrous Metals

The 2006-2011 World Outlook for Rigid Electronic Coaxial Cable and Purchased Electronic Wire and Cable Made of Non-Ferrous Metals

A graphic picture of crime: this twisted pair of criminals had nothing to do with coaxial cables. They represent the new world of industrial espionage. ... An article from: Security Management
Dave Lang

The World Market for Coaxial Cable and Other Electric Coaxial Conductors: A 2004 Global Trade Perspective

Coaxial Cable and Wire for Cable Television in Taiwan: A Strategic Entry Report, 1996 (Strategic Planning Series)
Inc Icon Group International and The Telecommunications Research Group

Ikusi Telecommunications and Coresma Equipment used at Florida apartment complex to upgrade coaxial-cable systems. (Business).(Brief Article): An article ... Satellite and Broadcasting Newsletter

Modern Cable Television Technology, Second Edition (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking)
Walter Ciciora, James Farmer, David Large, and Michael Adams

Excerpt - page 3: "... central point and many customers, where signals are delivered via coaxial cables to and from terminal equipment. Because of these characteristics, the ..."
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Media Selling: Broadcast, Cable, Print, and Interactive
Charles Warner and Joseph Buchman

Excerpt - page 393: "... Allegheny Mountains 30 miles to the east. Next, he purchased cable wire to connect his antenna on the hill to a small building in town. This cable wire, called coaxial cable, was capable of transmitting infinitely more content (text, audio, ..."
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Audio/Video Cable Installer's Pocket Guide
Stephen H. Lampen

Excerpt - page 2: "... to carry multiple channels of audio (Figure 1-4). 5. The coaxial cable, or "coax," has one conductor inside the other conductor but ..."
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Cable Cowboy: John Malone and the Rise of the Modern Cable Business
Mark Robichaux

Excerpt - page 13: "... a memorable lesson. Lee cut off a small scrap of coaxial cable and tossed it aside, prompting Magness to ask him for ..."
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Video Scrambling & Descrambling, Third Edition: for Satellite & Cable TV
Rudolf F. Graf and William Sheets

Excerpt - Back Matter: "... generally of a lesser resolution than most monochrome monitors. RG-11/U Coaxial Cable-A coaxial cable that is electrically similar to RG-59/U coax, but ..."
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Breaking the Access Barrier: Delivering Internet Connections over Cable
Mark Laubach, Stephen Dukes, and David Farber

Excerpt - page 1: "... it has been straightforward to design Ethernet switches that use coaxial cable, twisted pair wires, or wireless radios, to move data from ..."
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Cable Shielding for Electromagnetic Compatibility (Electrical Engineering)
Anatoly Tsaliovich

Excerpt - page 15: "... informa- tion-carrying cables (interconnections) and (2) power supply and control cables. The main objective of the ... e.g., high-energy antenna feeders, "leaky" coaxial cables, and low-frequency or dc control cables. In contrast, the ..."
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Hybrid Fiber Optic/Coaxial (HFC) Networks
Ernest Tunmann

Excerpt - page 9: "... meeting this FCC recommendation. Another area of concern to the cable companies was the desire to ... leads to use fiberoptic cables. Coaxial systems only have a very restricted return passband between 5-30 ..."
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Hollywood and Broadcasting: FROM RADIO TO CABLE (Illinois Studies Communication)
Michele Hilmes

Excerpt - page 123: "... to exhibitors: the broadcast spectrum under FCC jurisdiction and the coaxial cables and local loops owned by AT&T. The first applications of ..."
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Television Receivers: Digital Video for DTV, Cable, and Satellite
Jerry Whitaker

Excerpt - page 183: "... foot or so length of shielded 50 or 75 0 coaxial cable. Because the output of the tuner and the input of ..."
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Cable Television Technology and Operations: HDTV and NTSC Systems
Eugene R. Bartlett

Excerpt - page 116: "... Zg, which again is usually a resistance, 75 S2 for cable television. For telephone work transmission ... of electromagnetic fields in a coaxial cable. ..."
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GeoMeasurements by Pulsing TDR Cables and Probes
Kevin M O'Connor and Charles H Dowding

Excerpt - page 17: "... that can be interrogated using TDR. These include parallel wire cables and coaxial cables. An important variation of parallel wire cable is a ..."
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Handbook of Optical Fibers and Cables (Optical Engineering)
Murata

Excerpt - page 8: "... Properties of Transmission Mediaa Pair or quadruple Circular Optical fiber cable Coaxial cable waveguide cable Diameter 1-4 10 50 0.1-0.2 (mm)* Bending ..."
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Structured Cable Systems (Signals and Communication Technology)
A.B. Semenov, S.K. Strizhakov, I.R. Suncheley, and N. Bolotnik

Excerpt - page 3: "... the structure of cabling systems and the specifica- tions of cables and connectors that may he ... ISO Q, as well as coaxial cables with a resistance of 50 S2 and multimode fiber-optic ..."
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Public Policy toward Cable Television: The Economics of Rate Controls
Thomas W. Hazlett and Matthew L. Spitzer

Excerpt - page 22: "... efficient "tree-and-branch" architecture allowed it to wire a market with coaxial cable for just $350 per home passed (Paul Kagan Associates, CABLE ..."
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Fiber Optic Cables, 4th Edition
Günther Mahlke and Peter Gössing

Excerpt - page 30: "... They are typical functions for cylindrically symmetrical waveguides such as coaxial cables, hollow tubes or optical fibers. ..."
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The Role of Competition and Regulation in Today's Cable TV Market
Thomas Duesterberg

Excerpt - page 8: "... services could be offered on any type of platform-copper wire, coaxial cable, terrestrial or satellite wireless, fiber optic cable, or combinations of ..."
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Cable Engineering for Local Area Networks
Elliott

Excerpt - page 68: "... 10baseT, amongst all those connected to it, just as Ethernet coaxial cable would have done. This is low cost but can end-up ..."
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Cable Television Handbook
Eugene R Bartlett and Eugene R. Bartlett

Excerpt - page 13: "... to perform with optimum distortion and noise specifications. Development of Coaxial Cables Coaxial cable has undergone many developments over the years. The ..."
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Radiating aerial coaxial cable measurements (OT report) (OT report)
Tom Harr

Output response characteristics of a Ported Coaxial Cable Sensor (PCCS) (Technical report) (Technical report)
Charles A Miller

Brisbane-Tweed Heads coaxial cable project: Papers presented before a general meeting of the Brisbane Division of the Institution of Engineers, Australia, on 24th May, 1963
J. H Curtis

Underwater splicing of submarine coaxial cable (Technical report / Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory) (Technical report / Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory)
A. T Inouye

Underwater splicing of SD coaxial cable: FY78 progress (Technical note) (Technical note)
A. T Inouye

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