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Technical Data Sheet. Product Description. Broadband from 30 MHz to MHz Heavy duty multiuse, for tunnel applications of all kind Easy system planning Insensitive to environmental influences.
Table of Losses. Frequency, MHz Longitudinal Loss. Coupling loss values are measured with a radial orientated dipole antenna. The coupling loss values given in brackets are average values of all three spatial orientations radial, parallel and orthogonal of dipole antenna.
Note: Measured values below nominal are better. They are not limited by any tolerance-range. As with any radiating cable, the performance in building or tunnel environments may deviate from figures based on free space method.
Due to the cable design, single lengths should not be less than 80m ft. Print Date: All Information contained in the present datasheet is subject to confirmation at time of ordering.
Slots in the copper outer conductor allow a controlled portion of the internal RF energy to be radiated into the surrounding environment. Conversely, a signal transmitted near the cable will couple into the slots and be carried along the cable length.
Technical Specifications Size. Maximum Frequency. Groups of slots at large intervals. Previous Model Number. Inner Conductor dc Resistance. Outer Conductor dc Resistance. Outer Conductor Material:. Overlapping Copper Foil. Inner Conductor Material:. Copper Tube. Diameter over Jacket. Diameter Outer Conductor:. Diameter Inner Conductor:. Indication of Slot Alignment. Bulge atop slots. Stop band. Minimum Distance to Wall.
Do you need a multi-user copy? Our prices are in Swiss francs CHF. We accept all major credit cards American Express, Mastercard and Visa , PayPal and bank transfers as form of payment. Download Hardcopy English. These cables are intended for use in wireless communication systems, such as tunnels, railways, highways, subways, elevators and other installations in which conventional antenna transmission is not satisfactory or even impossible. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in This edition constitutes a technical revision.