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Coaxial cables have an advantage over other types of cables. In an ideal coaxial cable, the signal exists only in the space between the inner and outer conductors. This allows coaxial cables to be installed next to metal objects, such as gutters, without the power losses that occur in other types of cables. Coax cables with multiple shields have less leakage. This property allows the cable to carry weaker signals with less interference from the outside environment.

NATIONAL Wire&Cable offers both indoor & outdoor copper coax cable.

RG6 Quad Shield Cable Non-Plenum - 1000 Ft

Excluding Sales Tax

    Proudly made in New York, USA, our factory produce high quality wires and cables since 1972


    Center conductor: 18AWG Solid Copperweld
    Dielectric: Cellular Polyethylene.
    Dielectric core O.D: 0.170 in., nominal.
    1st shield: Coaxial Shielding Tape Bonded to Core
    2nd shield: Aluminum braid.
    3rd shield: coaxial shielding tape
    4th shield: Aluminum braid
    Jacket material: Polyvinyl Chloride.


    • NEC Articles 800, 820
    • UL Subject 444 & 1581


    Capacitance: 16.2 pF/ft, nominal

    Characteristic impedance: 75 ohms, nominal

    Velocity of propagation: 84% nominal

    Nominal attenuation dB per 100 feet:

    1.46 dB @ 50 MHz

    2.05 dB @ 100 MHz

    2.83 dB @ 200 MHz

    6.88 dB @ 1000 MHz

    7.50 dB @ 1200 MHz

    8.50 dB @ 1800 MHz

    9.50 dB @ 2200 MHz

    12.0 dB @ 3000 MHz

    7.50 dB @ 1200 MHz

    8.50 dB @ 1800 MHz

    9.50 dB @ 2200 MHz

    12.0 dB @ 3000 MHz


    RG 6/U Type 75 ohm coaxial cable used for video display, point-of-sale
    terminals, Local Area Network controls, and CATV broadcast applications swept to 3.0 GHz


    All NATIONAL wires are backed by our best-in-class warranty and lifetime satisfaction

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