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New Coax Cable and Cable Assemblies From Altelix

by Stuart Berry January 25, 2018

Altelix Coaxial Cable

Altelix has expanded its coaxial range to include a wide choice of Low-Loss and RG series cables. The high performance low loss cable line includes 100-Series, 195-Series, 240-Series, 400-Series and 600-Series. Available on reels or by-the-foot, cable types include Fire Retardant, Plenum Rated, Watertight Direct Burial and Ultra Flexible.

The Altelix RG Series includes RG316U, RG142B/U and RG400/U and all feature high temperature rated FEP jackets. Ideal for Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) applications and 4G/LTE Cellular applications, Altelix also offers Low PIM RG401 and RG402 cable. These cables feature blue FEP jackets and are high temperature rated.

Altelix high quality coax cable assemblies are assembled and tested to meet or exceed applicable commercial and MIL specifications.

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