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Coaxial cables recommended for SMATV and HFC/CATV systems
SMATV systems based on multiswitches are multi-cable installations, with different signals in each cable and long cable sections (up to hundred or so meters, depending on the size of the multifamily building). So, there is a risk of crosstalk effects (inducing interference in neighbor cables) that would deteriorate the performance of such systems. To avoid crosstalk between coaxial cables going in parallel, they should fulfill requirements for A, A+ or A++ class.
Instructions on how to install compress BNC connectors
onto CAMSET cables
The article provides instructions on how to prepare the most often used CCTV cable CAMSET M6000 and install professional compression BNC connector E8293.
Twisted-pair cables - nomenclature, standards, parameters
Twisted-pair cables are used to transmit signals in telecommunication systems and computer networks. Currently they are mainly used in analog telephony and Ethernet networks. Twisted-pair cables may consist of one or more pairs. The twisting strongly reduces the influence of external electromagnetic interference and mutual interference between the pairs, called crosstalk.
Category 5 twisted pair - transmitting characteristics
Unshielded category 5 twisted pair cable (UTP CAT5) is used as the means of transmission in computer networks using Ethernet 10baseT and 100baseT standards. The cable consists of 4 pairs, its wires have 0.5 mm diameter (the version with cord, instead of single wires has 7 cords, 0.2 mm diameter each, and total diameter equal 0.6 mm). In practice, the cable is commonly used in CCTV applications, as it can be employed both to transmit video signal and power CCTV devices.
Instructions on how to properly protect connections
with SCAPA 2501 self-amalgamating tape
Self-amalgamating tape SCAPA 2501 is based on PIB (Polyisobutylene) rubber. It is a versatile material for waterproofing, corrosion protection, jointing and repair of cables - used indoors and outdoors. Product properties and correct application ensure waterproof connections (for fresh and sea water) in a wide range of temperatures.
Use of coaxial cables and connectors in WLAN systems
The range of wireless link depends on many factors. The user has influence on some of them, others cannot be changed due to a specific environment. The length and quality of the 50 ohm cable linking the AP and antenna has significant influence on the WLAN range.