RG6 Cable Assemblies, Bulk RG6 Cable
BNC, RCA, F Coax, Standard and Custom
Our company is a coaxial cable supplier offering assemblies and bulk coax cable, such as RG6 cable assemblies with both regular and gold plated connectors. Contact us today for RG6 cables with BNC, F, RCA and other connectors.
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Our company offers RG6 Cables for Video Applications: F Coaxial Cables with Gold Plated Connectors, BNC Cables, BNC to RCA Cables, RG-6 Bulk Wire, and Coax
Connectors. Please see below our standard RG6 cabling products.
BNC to BNC RG-6 Coaxial Cable Assemblies
BNC to RCA RG-6 Coaxial Cable Assemblies
RG6 F to F Quad Shield Gold Plated Coaxial Cable Assemblies
Dual Shield RG6/U Bulk Coax Cable
Quad Shield RG6/U Bulk Coax Cable
F Connectors for RG6 Cable, Crimp ON, Twist ON
F-type connectors are the most popular 75 Ohm cable connectors on the market today. F-type connectors are round, RF coax connectors, usually put on the ends of RG59
coax or RG6 coax cables. They are most common in CATV cable applications. Most likely, if you have cable television, the cable TV connector is an F-type connector. In fact, they are so common that they are sometimes called CATV connectors.
RG-6/U is a common type of coaxial
cable used in a wide variety of residential and commercial applications. The term RG6 refers to a wide variety of cable designs, which differ from one another in shielding characteristics, center conductor composition, and dielectric type. RG6 was originally a military spec, but is now obsolete; in practice, the term RG6 is generally used to refer to coaxial cables with an 18 AWG center conductor and 75 ohm characteristic impedance.
The most commonly-recognized variety of RG-6 is CATV distribution coax, used to route cable television signals to and within homes, and RG6 type cables have become the standard for CATV, mostly replacing the smaller RG59. CATV distribution coax typically has a copper-coated steel center conductor and a combination aluminum foil/aluminum braid shield,
typically with low coverage (about 60%). RG-6 type cables are also used in professional video applications, carrying either baseband analog video signals or serial digital (SDI) signals; in these applications, the center conductor is ordinarily solid copper, the shielding is much heavier (typically aluminum foil/95% copper braid), and tolerances are more tightly controlled, to improve impedance stability.