Video Cables: RF Coaxial Cables

eiodotcom —  August 8, 2012 — 5 Comments

Today’s Eio post is on RF Coaxial Cables.

RF Coaxial Cables

RF Coaxial Cables, also known as radio frequency (RF) cables, pick up radio frequencies and are used in tandem with coaxial cables to maintain the shielding that the coaxial design offers. The coaxial design helps to prevent interference when receiving the RF signals. RF coaxial cables fulfill the need of the increase of demand for inexpensive, high-data-rate wireless transceivers.

Wisegeek says this about the RF coaxial cable mechanic design: “he coaxial cable uses four circular layers. From the inside to the outside they are: the wire carrying the signal; an insulating material which is usually solid plastic; a metal shield; and a plastic casing which protects the materials inside.”

Cables To Go 27226 3ft Velocity™ Mini-Coax F-Type Cable

Ideal for attaching cable boxes, VCRs, MSN® TV or any video source with f-type output connections to any TV with matching f-type input jacks. This cost-effective high-performance cable delivers maximum video quality in a super-thin design that neatly hides between the carpet and baseboard. Low loss 75 Ohm pure copper center conductor wire and foam dielectric ensure optimum picture resolution and color.

A Mylar® foil and braid shield provide a clear, noise-free, vivid picture while protecting against unwanted noise and interference. The fully-molded connectors attach to an ultra-flexible PVC jacket, provide excellent strain relief, and enable easy installation. Corrosion-resistant, precision-made, 24K gold-plated heavy-duty connectors ensure long-lasting, high-performance connections.

Connector 1: One F-Type Male
Connector 2: One F-Type Male

Cables To Go 29133 12ft Value Series™ F-Type RG6 Coaxial Video Cable

Ordinary, “included in the box” f-type cables often use low quality materials with inferior shielding, and that can result in poor picture quality. Constructed from 75 Ohm coaxial cable to deliver high quality video, this cable can deliver all the detail, color and brightness you expect from your audio/video components. Ideal for connecting digital cable boxes, DSS receivers or any video source with f-type outputs to any TV with matching f-type inputs.

Low loss 18 AWG copper-clad steel conductor wire and polyethylene dielectric provide accurate picture resolution and color. A foil and double-braid shield protects against unwanted noise and interference. The 24K gold-plated heavy duty connectors ensure long-lasting, corrosion-free connections. The flexible PVC jacket enables easy installation while fully molded connectors provide excellent strain relief to keep your cable intact.

Connector 1: One F-Type Male
Connector 2: One F-Type Male

TRIPP LITE A050-006 RG59 Coax cable w/ F-Type connectors (25 FEET)

Connector A: F-Type Male Threaded Coax
Connector B: F-Type Male Threaded Coax

  • Double Shielded (Foil and Braid) RG59B/U Cable
  • 24K Gold Plated screw type F connectors
  • Fully molded ends ensure long life use
  • Use with Cable or Satellite Receivers, VCR, DVD, Coax enabled TV

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