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Parts by Number for Coax Cable Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
COAX CABLE 2 National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
COAX CABLE ASAP Semiconductor Rakon Not Provided 995416039
3C589-COAX-CABLE National Microchip 3COM Not Provided Not Provided
3450360 COAX CABLE ASAP Semiconductor HUBER Not Provided Not Provided

Conduct Research Top

  • Ground Isolation in Video Transmission
    . two coax cables run between points A and B. The. by any one of three techniques, il ustrated in Figure 3. grounded shields of the two cables constitute a loop. In 3a, the coax cable is replaced by a balanced line. which may be exposed to a 60 Hz magnetic field. In 3b, the windings of a transformer
  • Keeping coax safe
    Special protectors dissipate potentially dangerous transient currents in coaxial cable. When voltages on the center conductor exceed a specific value, the gas in the gas-discharge tube ionizes to discharge the buildup to ground. Even though the quarter-wave stub is electrically grounded
  • Guide to Networking Cables
    . 1-866-223-2860. div_603. div_604. div_647. - 0 items. Shop By Category. Adapters. Coax Adapters / RF Adapters. IEEE-1394 FireWire Adapters. SCSI Adapters. USB Adapters. Video / Monitor Adapters. Audio Video Monitor Cables. RCA Audio Video Cables. VGA - SVGA Monitor Cables. DVI-D Cables (Digital
  • Cable Materials
    plating for brass connector pins, ARINC. Au. Gold. conductor itself. coax contacts, and parts of some other connectors. Fundamentally, this. Pt. Platinum. is the plating of choice because of its excellent corrosion resistance. MOST NOBLE, PROTECTED. properties in applications where there can be great
  • Coaxial Cable Entry Panels and Coax Grounding
  • Moisture Effects on Coaxial Cable
    -. LOSS LIMITS. tors on the coax assemblies we make for TCAS II, TCAS I, Mode S, GPS,. MINIMuM. MAXIMuM. SATCOM, MLS, and other RF applications. Also the added protection. TCAS II (per ARINC 735). 2.0 dB. 3.0 dB. of dual-wall shrink tube is standard on all PIC cable assemblies. These. TCAS I (Allied
  • Measurement of Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) in Balanced Systems
    For reasons of convenience and cost, balanced lines are much preferred in data transmission to single- ended wiring, such as coax cables. Depending on the degree of balance, minimal electromagnetic radiation of the transmitted signal and pick-up of interfering signals are achieved without complex
  • Coaxial Cable vs. Triaxial Cable
    of the common "axial " cables. Coax (coaxial cable) consists of two conductors which share the same. axis. To do this, and to separate them electrically, at least one must. be cylindrical and larger in diameter than the other. Coaxial cables are. inherently unbalanced, which may be bad news concerning immunity