RG MIL-C-17 Coaxial Cable
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It cannot interfere with or suffer interference from external electromagnetic fields.
Coaxial cables may be rigid or flexible. Rigid types have a solid sheath, while flexible types have a braided sheath, both usually of thin copper wire. The inner insulator, also called the dielectric, has a significant effect on the cable's properties, such as its characteristic impedance and its attenuation. The dielectric may be solid or perforated with air spaces. Connections to the ends of coaxial cables are usually made with RF connectors
This cable are used in high frequency transmission, especially for transmitters and recivers, computers, radio and TV transmission. The varied mechanical, thermal and electonic properties of this cable mean that it can be used up to the GHz levels, as per cable type.