Co-axil cables with jelly filled c.c.a
Coaxial cables with jelly-filled Copper Clad Aluminum (CCA) are a type of electrical cable used for high-frequency signal transmission. The jelly-filled CCA provides an electrical connection between the inner conductor and the outer shield, while the coaxial design provides protection against electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Coaxial cables are commonly used for a variety of applications, including:
1. Cable television (CATV) systems: They are used for cable television signal distribution, providing a high-quality signal for TV viewing.
2. Satellite communications: They are used for satellite communications, providing a reliable and stable signal for satellite TV and data transmission.
3. Radio frequency (RF) transmission: They are used for RF transmission, providing a reliable and stable signal for radio communications and other high-frequency applications.
4. Ethernet networks: They are used for Ethernet networks, providing a reliable and fast data transmission for local area networks (LANs).
The use of Copper Clad Aluminum (CCA) in these cables helps to reduce the cost, while still providing adequate performance for many applications. However, it’s important to note that CCA has a lower conductivity compared to solid copper, and may not perform as well in high-frequency or high-power applications.
Before using coaxial cables with jelly-filled CCA, it’s important to confirm that they meet the requirements of your specific application and comply with all relevant standards and regulations. Additionally, it’s important to consider factors such as the cable length, frequency range, and signal strength to ensure that the cable provides adequate performance for your specific application.