RG Series Fluoroplastic Polyethylene Insulated Coaxial Cable

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This product is based on MIL-C-17 design manufacture, mainly used for high temperature condition radio communication, radio and related electronic equipment in RF signal transmission.


Type

Inner Conductor

Insulation OD

Outer Conductor

Jacket

n/mm

Outer diameter

Braided screen

Outer diameter

Nominal thickness

Outer diameter

RG-178/U

7/0.10

0.30

0.84±0.07

Single silver Copper wire

1.38

0.2

1.80±0.15

RG-179/U

7/0.10

0.30

1.50±0.18

Single silver Copper wire

2.10

0.2

2.53±0.15

RG-180/U

7/0.10

0.30

2.59±0.18

Single silver Copper wire

3.15

0.2

3.58±0.15

RG-316/U

7/0.17

0.54

1.50±0.18

Single silver Copper wire

2.10

0.2

2.50±0.15

RG-302/U

1/0.65

0.64

3.70±0.18

Double silver Copper wire

4.47

0.3

5.13±0.15

RG-303/U

1/0.93

0.93

3.00±0.18

Single silver Copper wire

3.71

0.2

4.08±0.15

RG-304/U

1/1.49

1.49

4.70±0.18

Double silver Copper wire

6.33

0.3

7.08±0.15

RG-393/U

1/2.38

2.38

7.24±0.20

Double silver Copper wire

9.14

0.35

9.91±0.20

RG-400/U

19/0.20

1.00

3.00±0.18

Double silver Copper wire

4.32

0.3

4.93±0.15

RG-404/U

7/0.10

0.30

0.91±0.07

Single silver Copper wire

1.41

0.2

1.85±0.15



Type

Characteristic Impedance

 

Ω

Insulation Compression

 

kV

 Capacitance

pF/m

Ratio

%

Insulation Resistance

MΩ.km



RG-178/U

50±2

2.0

100

69.5

5000


RG-179/U

75±3

2.0

63

69.5

5000


RG-180/U

95±5

2.0

55

69.5

5000


RG-316/U

50±2

2.0

100

69.5

5000


RG-302/U

75±3

1.0

67

69.5

5000


RG-303/U

50±2

5.0

100

69.5

5000


RG-304/U

50±2

5.0

100

69.5

5000


RG-393/U

50±2

7.5

100

69.5

5000


RG-400/U

50±2

3.0

100

69.5

5000


RG-404/U

50±2

1.5

100

69.5

5000


Type

Attenuation Constants

50MHz

100MHz

400MHz

1000MHz

3000MHz

RG-178/U

38.1

52.6

108.4

170.8

308.7

RG-179/U

24.6

36.1

69.0

155.0

200.0

RG-180/U

18.5

24.0

55.8

136.0

178.0

RG-316/U

24.6

36.1

69.0

155.0

200.0

RG-302/U

8.6

13.6

26.3

52.4

85.4

RG-303/U

8.9

13.8

28.3

49.3

92.0

RG-304/U

5.9

8.9

21.0

36.5

131.4

RG-393/U

5.6

8.5

16.5

59.1

147.8

RG-400/U

10.5

14.8

34.5

55.8

124.8

RG-404/U

45.2

95.6

164.2

226.4

372.0



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