Belden designs these Coax Cables to amplify signal strength and ensure data signals travel as efficiently as possible. They are suitable for use in a wide variety of applications, including wireless antenna communications. These cables offer low attenuation and a 50-ohm impedance.
The materials, constructions, bend radius, and ratings of these low-loss coaxial cables vary widely to meet the needs of a wide range of applications and environments. The center conductor in these cables is either solid bare copper or solid bare copper-covered aluminum. Dielectric materials include gas-injected or foam HDPE and solid PE. Jackets are available in PVC, PE, and Flooded Water-Resistant Polyethylene. All of these cables come shielded with a Beldfoil shield, a tinned copper braid shield, a Duobond II, or a double combination shield.
Many of these Belden 50-ohm cables are suitable for outdoor and direct burial applications. Several flooded, water-resistant options are also available. Low-loss coax with solid polyethylene insulation is suitable for aerial applications when supported by a messenger wire. Cables with a flooded, water-resistant PE jacket have direct burial approval. View individual product specs for exact approvals.