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RG11 Coaxial Aerial Cable CCS


RG11 coaxial aerial cable CCS refers to an RG11 coaxial cord with a copper-clad steel (CCS) center conductor. The CCS conductor is a type of coaxial cord conductor where a steel core is coated with a layer of copper. This allows for better conductivity and signal transmission than a pure steel core, while still being more cost-effective than a solid copper core.

RG11 coaxial aerial cable CCS is commonly used for television and satellite installations, particularly for long cable runs where signal loss can be a concern. It has a larger diameter and higher impedance than RG6 cables, which allows for a wider bandwidth and less signal attenuation over longer distances.


  • Center Conductor: 14 AWG Copper Covered Steel
  • Nom Dia: 0.0641”(1.63±0.02mm)
  • Dielectric: Foam PE
  • Dia Over Dielectric: 0.280”Nom(7.11±0.1mm)
  • Shield: Tape: Aluminum/Poly(Bonded)
  • Braid: 34 AWG Aluminum(60% Coverage)
  • Nom Dia: 0.312”±0.006”(7.92±0.15mm)
  • Jacket: PVC
  • Dia Over Jacket: 0.394”±0.008”(10.03±0.20mm)
  • Nominal Jacket Thickness: 0.035”(0.89mm)
  • Minimum Spot: 0.028”(0.71mm)

Electrical Properties

  • Operating Temp: -20℃~+75℃
  • Sparker Test: 5000V
  • Dielectric Strength: Conductor to Shield: 4000VDC
  • Capacitance: 16.0 pF/FT.Nom. 52.5 pF /m.Nom.
  • Characteristic Impedance: 75.0±3.0 Ohms
  • Velocity of Propagation: 82.0% Nom.
  • DCE: Conductor: 11.0 Ohms/1000 FT. 36.1 Ohms/Km
  • SRL: 20dB(1 thru 300MHz) 100% Swept Tested


Frequency MHz dB/100FT.(NOM.) dB/100M.(NOM.)
1MHz 0.17dB 0.56dB
10MHz 0.45dB 1.48dB
50MHz 0.89dB 2.92dB
100MHz 1.21dB 3.97dB
200MHz 1.68dB 5.51dB
400MHz 2.37dB 7.78dB
700MHz 3.27dB 10.73dB
900MHz 3.77dB 12.37dB
1000MHz 3.95dB 12.96dB

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