Coaxial Cables / COAXNTN-L
COAXNTN-L RG8 Antenna Cable with 2 Type N Male Connectors

Overview

The COAXNTN-L consists of an RG8/U, low-loss coaxial cable fitted with a Type N Male connector on each end. It can support any 50 ohm transmission line application.

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Benefits and Features

  • Low-loss coaxial antenna cable
  • Type N Male connectors on each end that connect to antennas and transmitters that have Type N Female connectors

The "-L" on a product model indicates that the cable length is specified at the time of order.

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Detailed Description

The COAXNTN can support any 50 ohm transmission line application. Within our product line, it is used to connect a TX320, TX312, or OMNISAT-M satellite transmitter with a Yagi antenna. The cable is also used with the surge protector kits for our spread-spectrum radios, UHF/VHF radios, digital cellular modems, and CRVW3. In this situation, one of the COAXNTN's connectors attaches to the surge protector, and the other connector attaches to an outdoor antenna.

Specifications

Type RG8/U, low-loss coaxial
Connectors Type N male on both ends
Operating Temperature -40° to +80°C
Impedance 50 ohm
Maximum Recommended Pulling Tension 247 lb
Nominal Attenuation (per 30.48 m/100 ft)
  • 1.4 dB (@ 100 MHz)
  • 1.8 dB (@ 200 MHz)
  • 2.6 dB (@ 400 MHz)
  • 3.6 dB (@ 700 MHz)
  • 4.1 dB (@ 900 MHz)
  • 6.1 dB (@ 1800 MHz)
  • 7.5 dB (@ 2500 MHz)
Bend Radius Bend radius should not be smaller than 10.16 cm (4 in.).
Jacket PVC jacket
Connector Diameter 2.1 cm (0.827 in.)
Diameter 1.024 cm (0.403 in.)
Weight 47.63 kg per 30.48 m (105 lb per 1000 ft)

Compatibility

The COAXNTN connects a TX320, TX312, or OMNISAT-M satellite transmitter with a Yagi antenna. The cable is also used with the surge protector kits for our spread-spectrum radios, UHF/VHF radios, digital cellular modems, and CRVW3.

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