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.