RF cable


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RF cable

A coaxial cable that is typically used to transmit TV channels from an antenna or cable company. See RF and F connector.


RF Cable Nomenclature
The term RF cable is used in this wiring diagram for a Cisco VoIP cable modem. It shows the coaxial line (RF cable) from the cable company being split between the TV and modem. See VoIP modem. (Image courtesy of Cisco Systems, Inc.)
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A new RF cable EH4 (PK-75) with a thermoplastic foam polyethylene insulation without additional radial moisture protection.
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THE SHIELD BRAID ON THE RF CABLE OFFERS SOME DC SROUNDINS, BUT IT HAS A POOR RF SROUND.
The new program allows you to build a custom RF cable assembly from a variety of standard connector series and three cable types.
The RF Assembly Builder features step-by-step prompts for designing Molex RF cable assemblies.
A standard SFA-S set also includes the PU5S Power Unit, a custom ferrite-beaded RF cable, an AC/ DC charger, a table tripod, and a storage case.
Cable plug terminations are also available for all these interfaces, and custom RF cable assemblies are available for the company's entire line of miniature connectors.
Due to the different designs of diverse communication applications and modules for wireless standards such as GSM, GPS or UMTS, the required RF cable assemblies need to be very specific.
The new RF cable assemblies from Pasternack include 40 unique configurations with multiple coax options including 0.81mm, 1.13mm, 1.37mm, RG178 and double shielded RG178 (RG178-DS).
The built-in DC bias supplies power to active DUTs at both test ports via the RF cable.
I argued that a ground strap was not necessary since the antenna was grounded by the RF cable. Since we couldn't settle the argument, we said we'd ask you, and whatever you say, goes.