Coaxial cables, or coax cables for short, are two-pole cables. They consist of an inner conductor which is surrounded by a hollow cylindrical outer conductor at an even distance. This has the task of shielding the inner conductor from interference radiation. The structure of the cable determines the resistance of the line waves and the frequency-dependent attenuation of the cable.
|Cable type:||50 Ω, 75 Ω|
|Insulation:||PE, PP, FEP|
|Temperature:||-40 until +105°C (3000 h)
and until +85°C and +125°C (3000 h)