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RG11 TV Aerial Coaxial Cable with Messenger


RG11 TV aerial coaxial cable with messenger is a type of coaxial cable that is commonly used for transmitting television signals. The “RG” in the name stands for “radio guide,” and the number “11” refers to the cable’s diameter and impedance. The messenger in the cable is a steel wire that runs along the length of the cable and provides additional support and strength. This makes the TV aerial cable suitable for outdoor use, as it can be securely attached to a mast or other mounting structure.


  • 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)
  • Messenger : 0.72”(1.83mm) steel+3.0±0.20mm Jacket

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


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