What is Coaxial Cable?
Coaxial cable is commonly used for radio frequencies as a transmission line. It can be used to connect radio receivers and transmitters to antennas. It is also used in computer network connections, cable television signals, and digital audio.
Why use a coaxial cable? Well, this style of cable offers many advantages over other types. One advantage is that the signal exists in the area between the inner and outer conductors which can prevent power loss when near metal objects. Many other types of cable also experience electromagnetic interference. Coaxial cable is designed to provide protection from such hazards. Pacer Group stocks a wide variety of coaxial cables including most standard configurations. We also offer specialized constructions for marine environments. Pacer Group stocks a range of 50 and 75-ohm coaxial cables. If you have any questions about coaxial cable or any product, contact a Pacer Group expert today.