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RG6 Coaxial Cable 60% Copper Clad 3 GHz White 1000 Feet

18AWG Copper Clad Steel Conductor
CM/CL2 Rated PVC Jacket
Sweep Tested to 3GHz
Sequential Foot Markers to keep track of cable length
UL and cUL Listed
Impedance: 75 OHM
60% Aluminum Braid

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Manufacturer Code107-1237WH6S1BX
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VC 107-1237WH6S1BX 1000' BOX RG6 3 GHz 60% Shield Coaxial Cable White
RG6/U, 60% Braid, White 1000' Pull Box, 75 Ohm 18 AWG Copper Clad Steel Center Conductor, Aluminum Foil Shield, Aluminum Braid 60% Coverage, High-Grade (UL) CM - CATV, CL2. High-Grade RG6 UL-Rated Coaxial Cable Suitable for Digital HDTV Applications, CATV, Outdoor TV Antennas and Digital Satellite Installations.

• High-Grade RG6U UL-Rated 3.0 GHz, Coaxial Cable
• Suitable for Digital HDTV Applications, CATV and Digital Satellite Installations
• Fully Sweep-Tested to 3000MHz
• 18 AWG Solid Copper-Clad Steel Core
• Aluminum/PET-Foil Bonded
• 60% Aluminum Braid Shield
• Gas Injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation
• UL Listed ETL Rated CM/X/G, CATV, CL2
• Sequential Length Markings on Jacket
• Supplied in 1000’ Pull Box

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RG-6 60% Shield Cable

RG6 (RG-6) with 60% Braided Shield coverage is the most commonly used form of this Utility Cable. The Variants within this sub-category usually are denoted by differences in Center Conductor and Shield Material Composition. Starting first with the Shield, Aluminum Braid will be used in concert with a Aluminum Foil Layer bonded to the Dialectric surrounding the Center Conductor. This the most common variant within the variety and is appropriate for most uses. The limiting factor in its use will be the density and strength of interfering carriers found ambient in the environment of use. 60% Braid coverage is not recomended for lengthy networks or distribution systems in Hotels, Motels and Apartment Complexes as these environments are open to reception of frequencies being re-used over the air, coupled with the antenna radiation-like properties of large distribution networks with poor Grounding. Copper Shielding with the same 60% Braid Coverage does perform better in these environments due in part to its lower DC Loop Resistance. Whereas Aluminum Braided Shield usually goes hand in hand with Copper Clad Steel Center Conductors, likewize goes Copper Braided Shield with Solic Copper Center Conductors. Copper Clad Steel will suffice in almost any utilization scenario, however most Satellite TV Operating companies will require Solid Copper Center Conductor to be used by their respective Sub-Contractor Installers for Maintainence and Warranty issues. This is due to the DC Voltage component being fed from the Receiver back to, and Powering the LNB(f)s mounted on the Satellite Dish. Unless the run is extremely long and the connectors applied are of dubious Quality, the DC Loop Resistance difference between Solid Bare Copper and Copper Clad Steel is negligible in short distances.