RF cables with MIL-C 28830 standard

July 09,2021

Are you eagerly looking for high-quality MIL-C 28830 standard RF cables? We have vaired types for you to choose from. At the same time, they also have other international standards such as GB/T 17737.1, YD/T 1319, etc.

 

RF cable with MIL-C 28830 standard

 

About RF

 

In previous blog, we have talked much about RF cables, including its definition, types and usfeul tips. Today, let’s focus on the RF cables with MIL-C 28830 standard.

 

Radio frequency cables have two types, low loss and standard performance, with diameters ranging from 0.020 to 0.945. In terms of flexibility, radio frequency cables can be divided into corrugated, flexible, plastic or semi-rigid types. The flexibility and bending radius of the cable depend on its size and building materials; some cables have a minimum bending radius of twice the outer diameter. There are many types of cable core insulation materials, including FEP, AIR/FEP, PE (A), PE (AS), PE (F), PE (S), PTFE, PTFE (LD) or PTFE (S), FoamPE, etc. , These materials determine that the cable has a wide range of performance characteristics.

 

The connection between cable and RF


Cables are used to transmit radio frequency (RF) signals. It has low emission loss and provides protection from electromagnetic interference, so that the low power consumption of the signal will be transmitted over a longer distance. A coaxial cable is composed of a core, insulation, shield, and shell. This is the so-called coaxial cable, because these chapters all share the same axis. There are many different types of coaxial cables, each with different physical and electronic characteristics designed for specific tasks. It is commonly used to perform cable television signals along suburban streets and in homes.

 

Coaxial cable is used to transmit TV signals and connect video equipment together. It can also be used to carry radio signals and connect receivers, transmitters and antennas together. Short length coaxial cables are also used to connect equipment and test equipment, such as signal generators. Coaxial cables were once widely used to connect computer local area networks (LANs) but have replaced twisted pair cables. However, wired broadband is still popular and uses the same use of coaxial cable as a cable television network. Most coaxial cable networks will eventually replace better than fiber optic networks.

 

RF cables with MIL-C 28830 standard

 

Considering 5G Leaky cable

5G Leaky cable with MIL-C 28830 standard

 

The relevant requirements of the 5G standard are more important, and the demand is higher. The technology behind these wireless connections is optical fiber, and optical fiber cables are an indispensable part of 5G construction. Now is the era of 5G Internet of Things, and the demand for optical fiber is gradually increasing.

 

5G Leaky cable with international standard GB/T 17737.1, which makes construction work more convenient.

 

MIL-C 28830 standard cable

 

 

What’s more?

 

  • Low attenuation;
  • Low Voltage Standing Wave Ratio;
  • Superior bending performance;
  • Broader frequency band;
  • Long service life
  • ROOFTOP indoor coverage is evenly distributed in a "belt" shape, which is uniform, soft and stable like the light line of a fluorescent lamp.

 

Plus, the following is also with MIL-C 28830 standard

 

 

Click them to get detailed information, and if you are interested in RF cables like leaky cable, RF cable (feeder) or 5g, or others, welcome to contact us for free quotation(latest). 

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