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RG6 Quad Shield Coaxial Cable Solid Copper 3 GHz White 1000 Feet

Manufacturer CodeRG6/UQ-BC-WH
AvailabilityUsually ships in 24 Hrs
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18AWG Copper Conductor
CM/CL2 Rated PVC Jacket
Sweep Tested to 3GHz
Sequential Foot Markers
UL and cUL Listed
Impedance: 75 OHM

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VC RG6/UQ-BC-WH 1000' BOX White RG6 3 GHz Quad Shield Coaxial Cable
The Best Cable to use for Satellite TV and Cable TV, RG6/U, Quad, White 1000' Pull Box, 75 Ohm 18 AWG Solid Bare Copper Conductor, Aluminum Foil Shield, Aluminum Braid 60%/40% 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.
SuperShield (Quad Shield) – Taking the Tri-Shield construction one step further, this construction adds an additional layer of shielding braid to provide the greatest strength, durability and immunity from network interference. Provides low attenuations for service drops greater than 150 feet in length.

• High-Grade RG6U UL-Rated 3.0 GHz, Coaxial Cable
• Suitable for Digital HDTV Applications, CATV, Outdoor TV Antennas and Digital Satellite Installations
• Fully Sweep-Tested to 3000MHz
• 18 AWG Solid Bare Copper Core
• (2) Aluminum/PET-Foil Bonded Shield
• (1) 60% (1) 40% Aluminum Braid Shield
• Gas Injected Foam Polyethylene Insulation
• UL Listed ETL Rated CM/X/G, CATV, CL2

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With Flexible Braided Shield Cables, Quad Shield offers the Maximum amount of Shielding Integrity in comparison to Single, Dual or Triple Shields. Quad Shield RG6 would denote alternating Aluminum Foil and Aluminum Braided Shield Layers, starting with the Bonded Foil Layer around the Foam Dialectric (which encases and supports the Center Conductor), with the better Quad Shield having 2 Layers of Braided Aluminum Shield, one of 60% and the 2nd at 40%. The Physicality of the Density of the Braid and Foil is truly a formidable Barrier to Ingress and Egress of Signals, but is only half of the equation. To sink ambient signals that are attracted to the shield, a connection to a good Ground is a must, long Drops should have such a connection at both ends.