cable shield

cable shield

[′kā·bəl ‚shēld]
(electricity)
A metallic layer applied over insulation covering a cable, composed of woven or braided wires, foil wrap, or metal tube, which acts to prevent electromagnetic or electrostatic interference from affecting conductors within.
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Not only do shielded cables have superior alien crosstalk margin out-of-the-box, but the alien crosstalk benefit provided by a cable shield is virtually unaffected by deformation and strain during or after installation.
For example, when measuring capacitance of a length of coaxial cable, connect the HI terminal of the electrometer to the center conductor of the cable, allowing the cable shield to minimize electrostatic interference to the measurement.
The TERA connector maintains cable shield integrity and noise immunity into the outlet through a quadrant design that isolates each pair within the interface.
The cables feature consistent isolation between overall and inner shielding to fulfill S400 cable shield isolation criteria.
REQ and ACK are placed in the center of the cable bundle with data located on the outer loop near the cable shield.
The cable shield should be an extension of the enclosure, not connected to the ground planes of circuit boards.
Minimum reduction is transferred to the internal diameter of the cable shield, preserving original cable performance characteristics.
design and construction of the cable shield treatment
By using the currently deployed Coaxial cable shield as an empty conduit, Kabel-X(TM) technology expedites installation time, and minimizes costs and overall inconvenience, enabling cable providers to more quickly offer their consumers a state-of-the-art network to improve their Internet connection times.
With more than 15 years of implementation in Singapore Power's SCADA/DMS system, the strong partnership between the key appointment holders at Power Automation, who were formerly from Singapore Power and the systems developers at Siemens, has led to a number of successful collaborations on projects that eventually brought about highly effective innovations such as On-line Expert System (ES), RTU communications over power cable shield, Integration of Automated Mapping (AM)/Facilities Management (FM) systems to SCADA/DMS systems, and Windows based dynamic wall-board display systems
In addition, it incorporates rear cable management for consistent cable routing and grounding studs for reliable grounding of the cable shield for FTP applications.