Posted by Admin on Jul 23, 2016
Find out everything there is to know about RG-6 cables so you can be well informed and make the best decisions regarding your networking installations.
RG6 coaxial cables are 75 Ohm low loss types of cables designed for use in 75 Ohm booster systems for different lengths up to a maximum of 50 feet. Ensure that your amplifier indicates on the “specifications” whether it is 75 Ohm or 50 Ohm. Always ask in case you're not sure. They come with F-Male connectors fitted and highly used with many cable TV and satellite TV devices. It is enough for proper home installation to cover around 2,500 - 5,000 square feet with varying lengths. In terms of thickness they are about 3/8th of an inch with a 1.09 dB lost signal for every 10 feet. They include the following.
Wilson 950602 two-foot coaxial cable is white in color and 3.8 of an inch in diameter. The cable makes it easy to connect a cell phone amplifier system and outdoor/ indoor antennae. It is also used a lot in connecting surge protectors, splitters, taps and amplifiers. The 2 feet coax cord is quite efficient causing a really low loss of signal. It has a signal attenuation of below 1 dB. If you have a 75 Ohm cellular signal booster, the two-foot coax cable is the best to use; it comes with F-Male/ F-Male connector types. It is best used outside and inside structures particularly buildings and homes in need of a signal boost.
The twenty foot Wilson 950620 coaxial cable is an F-Male connector cable white in color. It has a 3/8 inch diameter and makes an outdoor/ indoor antennae and amplifier connection possible. The cable is highly used in connecting amplifiers, surge protectors, splitters and taps as well. This effective cord has a really low signal loss with an attenuation of below 1 dB. If you have 75 Ohm cellular amplifier booster system, the F-Male/ F-Male connector on either side is the best to use outside or inside buildings, homes and other structures that need cell phone signal boost.
An F-Male/ F-Male connector on either side, the Wilson 950630 thirty-foot coaxial cable is white in color with a 3/8 of an inch in diameter. It is exactly what to use to connect cell phone amplifiers and antennas both outdoor and indoors. If you’re thinking about connecting your amplifier, surge protectors, splitters and taps, this 30 feet R6-G coax cable is also the best to use. With a very low loss of signal, the cord is very efficient considering it attenuates under 1 dB. Use it on your 75 Ohm cellular signal booster system especially for its unique F-Male connection on either side.
This Wilson 950650 RG-6 50-foot coaxial cable has F-Male connectors and white in color. With a 3/8 inch diameter, it makes it easy to connect outdoor/ indoor antennas with a cellular amplifier and best to use to connect cellular amplifiers to such devices as surge protectors, splitters and taps. The 50 feet coaxial cord is aptly efficient with a very low loss of signal.
It has a signal attenuation level of about 1 dB; for every 10 feet the signal loss is 0.833 dB on the 800 MHZ band and 1.35 dB on the 1900 MHz frequency. The 50 feet cable is best used with cell phone signal amplifier system of 75 Ohms due to its F-Male/ F-Male type of connectors on either ends. It is best used outside or inside structures from buildings to homes in need of cell phone reception amplification.
RG-6 coax cables are of diverse types and designed for different uses. The “house” or generally “plain” type of RG-6 cord is designed for external and indoor wiring applications in houses. Direct burial and underground conduit RG-6 commonly known as flooded cables have a gel for blocking water infused in them. Antenna R6G cables are enhanced with waterproofing traits with a steel wire added along its length; they convey the involved tension in a utility pole's aerial drop. To meet ventilation and fire codes requirements the Plenum RG-6 cable has a Teflon outer layer specially added.