Ham Radio Antenna

3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector

3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector
3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector
3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector
3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector
3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector

3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector

3 Ft Times Microwave LMR400 Cable for CB, Ham, and Scanner Antennas - Ultra Low Loss PL259 connectors. If you want cheap Chinese cable please look elsewhere. Skinny cable has less metal to conduct your signal and causes more loss.

Cheap thin badly made cable can result in even the best antenna being worse than useless. Without the proper transmission line you can lose more signal than you gain from the antenna. Poor quality cable or improper coax will cost you significant signal strength. At some frequencies, badly made or wimpy 1/8 or 1/4 inch cable can cost you up to a Db a foot!

Is the cable you are looking at Described as. "Compare to" "Equivalent to""Replacement for" "Same as" or even "Like". This is common with poor quality cable made in Mainland China or some other lesser known locations. 405 inch Cable is perfect for runs when you don't want to loose signal strength but it isn't cheap, so please choose a product that will last for 20+ years and give you the service you require.

Not a cheap Chinese copy. Copper prices are rising and some off shore producers are being caught using substandard alloys and less metal in the cables. We have ordered cable from others and weighed equal lengths of their and our Times Micro. 50 feet of off brand weighs a half pound less. Maybe because Tin and Aluminum weigh less than Copper..

Lengths up to 250 feet available in our. 500 foot reels for sale on request. PL-259 -Series connector - male. LMR400 Ultra Low Loss - transmission line. 1 x PL-259 -Series connector - male. Transmission Line - Connects Access Points, Routers and Radio transmitters to Antenna. We have many listings for cable sets with different connector configurations.

We will also professionally replace connections as needed with high quality SMA, BNC, RP-SMA, N, RP-TNC or TNC ends in male or female Connector Photos. And scroll down to see detailed pictures of the different cable connectors and select those required to customize cable for your needs. After trial and error we determined the proper connector for our production. RF Industries produces a high quality Silver connector that solders easily using silver solder and still manages to be affordable. Quality control has proven to be excellent and they deliver solid signals with minimal loss.

Connector Type PL-259 UHF Male. Silver plated body for best connectivity. Ultra Low Loss Antenna Cable.

UHF / VHF Transmission Line. Confused About Coax Connector Gender and Types? We have a Photo page to explain what you need!

Too much attenuation or signal loss? Please see the fine print!

If you cut it up you keep it. Cable should be in "like new" condition, teeth marks/burns/slices etc. Please don't run it up a tower and scrape/fray it then change your mind. Run all tests while still coiled. We produce hundreds of cable combinations.

There ARE other quality coax producers in the US other than Times Microwave. Certain Chinese plants make cable for a large number of resellers and as copper prices go up, the quality of the alloy used tends to go down as. Cheaper producers tend to substitute inferior alloy without telling or use cable with variable dielectric thickness and copper alloys less than 95% pure for poor conductivity.

Coax Cable Signal losses are frequency dependent. Losses can be reduced by. The diameter of the cable.

A cable with twice the diameter will have half the signal effect resistance loss. Assuming cable quality is equal, the larger cable would.

In designing a system, consider not only the loss in the cable, but also the loss in the connectors. Cheap connectors give you as much loss as cheap cable. On a final note, poorly made LMR600 "type" cable can have a greater signal loss than good LMR400...

This is Top Quality LMR400 50 Ohm Cable. All common Radio Frequency (RF) devices CB, Ham, WiFi, Packet Radio, etc. Are to be used with 50 Ohm cables and connectors.

75 Ohm cables and connectors are designed for low frequency signals like Video or Cable TV and are unsuitable for. In high quality cable the dimensions and spacing of the conductors are uniform. Any abrupt change in the spacing of the two conductors along the cable tends to reflect radio frequency power back toward the source, causing a condition called. This acts as a bottleneck, reducing the amount and quality of the transmitted power.

To hold the shield at a uniform distance from the central conductor, the space between the two is filled with a plastic. Designed to maintain the proper spacing between conductor and shielding to assure maximum signal transmission and lowest loss. LMR-400 cable is designed for all applications, can be direct buried, and the outer jacket resists.

There is no environmental restriction on use for indoor installations. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.

The item "3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector" is in sale since Tuesday, June 22, 2010. This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Radio Communication\Antennas\Ham, Amateur Radio Antennas". The seller is "sagemaiden" and is located in Leesburg, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.

  • Country of Manufacture: United States
  • Usage: External Antenna Conections to WiFi or Radio
  • Type: LMR-400 Ultra Low Loss
  • VSW: Less than 1.5 DB @ 2.4 GHz Less than 3 DB @ 6 GHz
  • Connection: PL-259 UHF Soldered
  • Model: LMR-400
  • Compatible Product: Mobile/In-Vehicle Radio
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • MPN: LMR400 PL259 PL259
  • Brand: Times Microwave LMR400

3ft LMR-400 Antenna Jumper Coax Cable PL-259 Connector