What is RG11 Coax Cable?
Our RG11 coax cable consists of a stranded tinned copper conductor that is resistant to corrosion. It also features a Polyethylene dielectric and a Type I PVC jacket that adheres to the military’s MIL-C-17 standard. The center conductor of this low-loss cable is shielded in order to reduce interference and increase durability while retaining the cable’s ability to quickly transfer data. This 75-ohm cable is suitable for direct burial applications that do not exceed +80°C or 4000V. It is also suitable for use in antenna, radio, splitters, signal booster, and video applications that require excellent abrasion and weather resistance. However, according to MIL-C-17, its Type I PVC jacket is contaminating which will cause cable attenuation to increase with age.
RG 11$0.00 /
- Approx LBS/MFT: 0.00
- Cond. Material: Tinned Copper
- Conductor Stranding: 7/.0159
Allied Wire and Cable offers a full catalog of RG cables, including popular 73-ohm RG59 coax and 75-ohm RG6 coaxial cable. RG59 is also suitable for direct burial applications, but RG6 is not. We also have a large selection of Mil-Spec and low-loss coaxial cables available for purchase. Many of our low-loss cables are plenum or direct burial rated as well. You can learn more about RG Numbers through Allied University on our website. Still have questions? Contact us today!
RG 11 Coax Cable Specifications
RG11 Cable Approvals
- Military Specification: MIL-C-17
- Mil-Spec Equivalent: M17/6-RG11
RG11 Cable Construction:
- Conductor: Tinned Copper
- Dielectric: Solid Low-Density Polyethylene
- Shielding: Bare Copper Shield
- Jacket: PVC (contaminating) Type 1 per MIL-C-17
- Jacket Color: Black
RG11 Cable Ratings:
- Temperature Range: -40°C to +80°C
- Max Operating Voltage (vms): 4,000
- Nom. Impedance: 75 ohm