RG58

RG58

(networking, hardware)
A common, low-impedance (52 ohm), quarter-inch diameter coaxial cable with BNC connectors, used for 10base2 Ethernet wiring, sometimes called "cheapernet" in comparison with "full spec" RG8 cabling. A member of the "Radio Guide" series.
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2-m length of RG58 cable has a capacitive loading of approximately 112 pF while the 1.
RG58 coax cable to the AC-coupled input of a LeCroy 1 GHz bandwidth Digital Sampling Oscilloscope (DSO).
5 m long, set above an infinite PEC ground plane shown in Figure 4(a) is investigated, in which all conductors are braided CCs of the RG58 model.
Consider, too, that old coaxial cable is likely non-shielded RG58 (or older) and could be the source of interfering noise that's worked its way into your radios and audio system.
First, older airframes that haven't been upgraded might have old RG58 cabling that offers little if any shielding from stray noise that lurks in the airframe.
The smallest in diameter and the one with the most signal loss per foot is RG58.
Using a RG58 cable with a U/V stable polypropylene radome and 3M VHB Series two-sided adhesive gasket, Astron Wireless Technologies' LP8319H, LP8615H, LP8619H, LP9119H and LP9219H dual band antennas present a power handling capability of 50 W.
YOU CAN GO to any electronics store and buy a length of RG58 coaxial cable.
In the past, the company used RG58 coaxial cabling with BNC connectors at a speed of 10 megabits per second.
The system consists of a Tektronix 1502C Metallic Cable Tester, RG58 coaxial cable, 3-wire (transmission line) probes, and PyeLab software run on a DOS PC.
The connection to the preamplifier was 30 cm of RG58 coaxial cable and 25 cm of RG62 coaxial cable.
It's a job worth considering, since old RG58 coax, for example, is better replaced with newer twin-shielded low loss RG142 or equivalent.