RG Series Of Solid Fluoroplastic Insulated RF Coaxial Cable

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一、Product description

    The products is manufactured according to the standards of MIL-C-17,mainly used for the transmission of radio frequency signals in radio communication, radio and electronic equipment under the condition of high temperature.
  The cable has the uniform characteristic impedance, low loss, low delay, minimum attenuation properties.



二、Product structure  

TypeInner conductorInsulationOuter conductorJacket
MaterialRoots×DiameterDiameterMaterialFormThicknessDiameter
RG-178/USilver copper7/0.100.84Silver copperSingle Braid0.21.80
RG-179/USilver copper7/0.101.50Silver copperSingle Braid0.22.53
RG-180/USilver copper7/0.102.59Silver copperSingle Braid0.23.58
RG-316/USilver copper7/0.171.50Silver copper Single Braid0.22.50
RG-302/USilver copper1/0.653.70Silver copper Double Braid0.35.13
RG-303/USilver copper1/0.933.00Silver copper Single Braid0.24.08
RG-304/USilver copper1/1.494.70Silver copper Double Braid0.37.08
RG-393/USilver copper1/2.387.24Silver copper Double Braid0.359.91
RG-400/USilver copper19/0.203.00Silver copper Double Braid0.34.93
RG-404/USilver copper7/0.100.91Silver copperSingle Braid0.21.85

三、Electrical properties

TypeImpedance Ω Withstand voltage kVCapacitance pF/m Rate %Insulation resistance MΩ.km 
RG-178/U50±22.010069.55000
RG-179/U75±32.06369.55000
RG-180/U95±52.05569.55000
RG-316/U50±22.010069.55000
RG-302/U75±31.06769.55000
RG-303/U50±25.010069.55000
RG-304/U50±25.010069.55000
RG-393/U50±27.510069.55000
RG-400/U50±23.010069.55000
RG-404/U50±21.510069.55000

Attenuation constant

TypeAttenuation
50MHz 100MHz 400MHz1000MHz3000MHz 
RG-178/U38.152.6108.4170.8308.7
RG-179/U24.636.169.0155.0200.0
RG-180/U18.524.055.8136.0178.0
RG-316/U24.636.169.0155.0200.0
RG-302/U8.613.626.352.485.4
RG-303/U8.913.828.349.392.0
RG-304/U5.98.921.036.5131.4
RG-393/U5.68.516.559.1147.8
RG-400/U10.514.834.555.8124.8
RG-404/U45.295.6164.2226.4372.0


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