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What is Metabee RF Coax Coaxial Cables ?
Metabee RF cables category includes 86 different cable types, most of which are RoHS and REACH compliant.
Our coaxial and twinaxial cable is designed to precise RF industry specifications and is available in 84 coax and 2 twinax versions. Metabee coaxial cable can be ordered in 50 Ohm, 52 Ohm, 53 Ohm, 75 Ohm, 93 Ohm or 95 Ohm impedance and our twinax cable in 100 Ohm or 78 Ohm impedance designs.
Coax cables, as well as twinaxial cables, can be purchased with double, single or triple shielding.

RF twinax and coax cables are built in low loss and standard performance versions, ranging in size from 0.020 to 0.945 inches in diameter.
Metabee RF cables in coax or twinax designs may be available in corrugated, flexible, formable or semi-rigid versions.
Size and construction materials of the coaxial or twinaxial cable determine flexibility and bend radius;
Some cables have a minimum one time bend radius.
A variety of core dielectric materials including AIR/FEP, FEP, Foam PE, PE (A), PE (AS), PE (F), PE (S), PTFE, PTFE (LD) or PTFE (S) versions result in a wide range of performance characteristics. Our twinax and coax cables are designed to handle a wide range of performance criteria including attenuation, temperature, voltage, and RF power.


Coax types for Metabee RF cables include: RG108/U, RG11/U, RG122/U, RG141/U, RG142/U, RG174/U, RG178/U, RG179/U, RG180/U, RG187/U, RG188/U, RG188-DS, RG196/U, RG213/U, RG214/U, RG216/U, RG217/U, RG218/U, RG219/U, RG223/U, RG225/U, RG302/U, RG303/U, RG316/U, RG316-DS, RG393/U, RG400/U, RG401/U, RG402/U, RG405/U, RG55/U, RG58/U, RG58-P, RG59/U, RG59-P, RG62/U, RG6/U, RG6-CATV, RG71/U, RG8/U, RG8X etc.
Our manufacturing facility certified to ISO 9001:2015 ships RF cables in coax and twinax the same day from the deepest, broadest inventory of microwave and RF components available. Exceptional customer service and technical support are on hand to support our customers.


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What is the RF Cable?
RF cable connects the output and input of devices that send and receive radio frequency (RF) signals. The main reason these interfacing cables are so necessary, besides connecting the devices, is that they are a part of the “physical layer.” It allows you to transfer data quickly from one device to another. The physical layer is a part of the OSI Model, developed in 1980 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
It is a seven-layer model with specific layers for your cable to work efficiently. The OSI Model is important to understand when designing a station that sends and receives data.


Specification of good RF Cables
1. Impedance Specification
It is essential to buy an RF cable with an impedance specification that matches the impedance of your cable. Impedance can define the resistance of your cable towards the flow of alternating current. We measure it in ohms. The most commonly used values for impedance are 50 and 75 ohms, but you can also find cables with a value higher than 100 ohms. A standard RF cable impedance depends on the signal’s frequency.
2. Frequency Response
We use frequency response to define the bandwidth of your cable. It determines the rate at which your cable can transmit the signal without distorting or interfering with it. Depending on how fast your signal needs to move, we measure it in hertz, kilohertz, and megahertz. The most commonly used values range from 30Hz to 4000Hz. But some cables can work even at higher frequencies such as 10MHz and higher.




Connector
SMA , BNC , F , TNC , N , UHF , DIN , SMB , MCX , MMCX , RCA , IPEX , etc.
Connector Gender
Male , Female
Connector Orientation
Straight , Right Angle
Cable Type
RG6 RG58 RG59 RG142 RG174 RG179 RG316 RG223 LMR195 LMR200 LMR400 etc.
Cable length
20CM 30CM 50CM 100CM 150CM etc.
Cable Color
Red, Brown, Black, Purple, Blue, White


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Application of RF cables
There are various types of RF cables with different combinations of features. However, the features are essential, and you should check that we can use the cable for your application.

1. RF equipment in medicine and healthcare

We can use RF cable in medicine and healthcare. They transmit signals over long distances without causing any damage to the medical equipment. We use these cables correctly and can work without causing any problems. They can transfer data signals at a very fast speed, but only if they are correctly installed.

2. Satellite communications
The satellite communications industry uses RF cables to send data signals over long distances. This industry is very complex, and you should understand how the whole process works before choosing a specific type of RF cable.

3. Ships and navy communication systems
Boat communication systems use RF cables to send signals over large distances without causing problems. This industry uses satellite communication systems. But we can use RF cable on boats and vessels. It has a built-in feature that allows transmitting signals without causing any distortion.

4. Military and space application
The military and space industry uses RF cables to transmit signals over large distances without causing any problems. However, this industry is very complicated, and you should check the specifications of your RF cable before purchasing it.

5. Wired telephone and communication networks
Wired communication networks use RF cables to send signals over long distances with high speed. This industry uses RF cable because it is safer and more effective than other cable types.

6. Aerospace industry for accurate communication equipment
The aerospace industry uses RF cables to send signals over large distances without causing any distortion. However, this industry is essential and the equipment used has to be very accurate, or it can cause problems in the communication systems.

7. Professional RF test and measurement systems, development units, and labs
Professional RF measurement systems use RF cables to send long distances with low noise and distortion. This industry uses particular cables designed to transmit signals without causing any distortions.

8. Domestic applications
The domestic application industry uses wireless transmission to send signals over long distances. This type of installation is very common, and many people who use these are unaware of them.

9. Mobile communication networks
Mobile communication networks use RF cables to send low noise and distortion signals over long distances. To use these systems, you need an RF cable with a specific and good performance on your device.

10. Radio communication systems
Radio communication systems are the type of RF cable used by the broadcasting and communication industries. These systems use RF cables to transmit low noise and distortion signals over long distances.

Conclusion
The RF cable industry is very large, but you must make the right purchase. Before purchasing the cable, check your device to ensure it will connect to the cable.
Then, choose an RF cable with the right specifications and send your audio and video signals without causing any distortion.


Company Profile


Metabee is a comprehensive technology company under Renhotec Group, which mainly focuses on connectors and assembly cables, integrating R&D, production, sales and technical services.

It has more than 300 workers and 20,000M2 of modern plants, 10 production lines, and equipped with 60 advanced production machines and testing equipment. Meanwhile, it obtained the ISO9001 and RoHS certificates.

Since its establishment, the company has formed an excellent sales team of more than 80 people and a complete sales network system, and has established good long-term relationships with more than 4,000 companies worldwide and provide the high quality products and competitive services for them.


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FAQ


How are they made?
There are many types of RF cables. They consist of various materials, including copper, glass, and plastic. Some cables transmit RF data, and others send audio and video signals.
The type of cable you choose depends on how your station will handle different signals and protocols. When designing a station’s physical layer, you need to use the ISO recommendation for recording data through your cable.


What are they used for?
The main purpose of RF cables is to connect two or more pieces of equipment. They are beneficial in radio, where the signals travel through the air and then connect to an antenna. You use them on TV to create a signal from your antenna to the television.
It then bounces back from the antenna again for other TVs to receive. We use them for military purposes on many satellites that transmit information through space.


What do they look like?
We make RF cables from various materials, but they all have qualities that make them similar. They have to be resistant to radiation, like the signal traveling through them. They must also be light and flexible to avoid problems during transmission or receiving.
The best RF cables can also withstand extreme temperatures and pressures during transmission. The cable is usually gold-plated to ensure a tight connection, which increases the range and performance of the wire.


How RF cables work
All RF cables have specific characteristics that make them effective ways to send data. The type of cable chosen depends on how the station sends and receives data. RF cables can be a few inches long or as long as 50 miles. The ability to send data over long distances is essential when sending live video from a stadium or concert hall to millions of people. Some cables are glass and plastic, then fired into steel powder. It creates a cable that can handle high temperatures and radio waves. All you need to know about RF cables is how we make and use them. Understanding the physical layer of a station is essential in designing an efficient protocol.
In an RF transmission, it’s critical to have a cable that can pass a signal along without getting damaged. In the end, all you need to know about RF cables is what they do and how they accomplish it.



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