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RG 300 - RG349 Coax Cable

RG300 - RG349 coaxial cables, such as RG316 and RG333, are sometimes used in military applications due to their advanced electrical and physical properties, such as low loss during transmissions. As shown below, RG332 coaxial cable, RG334 coaxial cable, and RG336 coaxial cable are cross-listed as MIL-C-23806. In fact, the letters "RG/U" are a military designation for coaxial cable. RG is an abbreviation for "radio guide" and "U" stands for universal.

We stock RG300 - RG349 coaxial cables, including RG300, RG316, and RG333 cables.


Part #
RG
Jkt.
O.D.
Jkt.
Type
Shields
O.D.
& Type
Dielectric
Center
Cond.
Lbs. Per
1000 Ft.
Imped.
Ohms
Nom.
Cap.
Mmfd/ft
Nom.
Oper.
Volt. (RMS)
Max.
V.P.
%
Engineer.
Data
Outer
Inner
301 .245 IX   K .185T 7/.0203K 65 50.0 29.0 3000 Use:
M17/109-RG301
302 .206 IX   S .146T .025SCW 45 75.0 21.0 2300 69.5 Use:
M17/110-RG302
303 .170 IX   S .116T .039SCW 35 50.0 28.5 1900 69.5 Use:
M17/111-RG303
304 .280 IX S S .185T .059SCW 102 50.0 28.5 3000 69.5 Use:
M17/112-RG304
307A .270   S S   19/.0058S 51 75.0     Use:
M17/116-RG307
316 .102 IX   S .060T 7/.0067SCW 11 50.0 29.0 1200 69.5 Use:
M17/113-RG316
317 .710 IV TC .446T 7/.0290 95.0 15.4 10000   Water Blocked
318 1.125 IIIa CT .795SSP ID .287 53 50.0 22.0 44KW    
319 2.000 IIIa CT 1.57SSP ID .588 104 50.0 22.0 145KW    
321 2.850 NONE CT SSP OD 1.14 121 50.0 21.7 320KW    
322 3.040 PE CT SSP OD 1.14 178 50.0 21.7 320KW    
323 1.060 PE   CT FOAM .312CT 42 50.0 25.6 1480   Use:
M17/127-00001
324 .980 NONE   CT FOAM .312CT 32 50.0 25.6 1480   Use:
M17/127-00001
325 .350 PUR S S .26P 19/.0200SAL 10 50.0 26.3 750   Low loss
326 .697 PUR S S .55P 19/.040SAL 24 50.0 26.3 1700   Low loss
327 1.010 PUR S S 0.84 19/.064SAL 55 50.0 26.3 2500   Low loss
328 1.460 IV IGS ITC 1.065R .485TCB 146 25.0 85.0 20,000    
329 .700 IV IGS ITC .380R 19/.0117 35.3 50.0 50.0 15,000    
330 .242 IS FOAM S 50.0 25.0      
331 .600 IIIa   AI.TU .450
FOAM
.162C 18.7 50.0 25.0 2500   Use:
M17/225-00001
332 .875 NONE AI.TU .801F .280C 46.6 50.0 25.0 4500 Use:
M17/227-00001
333 1.015 IIIa AI.TU .801F 288C 54.8 50.0 25.0 4500   Use:
M17/227-00001
334 .500 NONE   *A.TU .450F .098C 10.9 75.0 17.0 2500 Per MIL-C-23806
335 .625 IIIa AI.TU .450F .098C 19.3 75.0 17.0 2500   Jacketed RG334/U
336 .875 Non AI.TU .801F .173C 31.5 750.0 17.0 4000   Per MIL-C-23806


RG Coaxial Cable Jacket Types & Operating Temperature Ranges
RG300 Cable - RG349 Cable

TYPE I (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Black Polyvinylchloride
Characteristics: Excellent weathering and abrasion properties, However, it is of the contaminating type and will cause cable attenuation to increase with age. Can be used for direct burial.
Temperature Range: -40°C to +80°C

TYPE II (JAN-C-17A) Coaxial Cable
Description: Grey Polyvinylchloride
Characteristics: A semi-contaminating jacket.
Temperature Range: -25°C to + 8°C.

TYPE IIA (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Grey or Black Polyvinylchloride.
Characteristics: Noncontaminating. Good weathering and abrasion resistant properties. Can be used for direct burial.
Temperature Range: Under .25 OD, -55°C to +90°C. Over .25 OD, -40°C to +90°C.

TYPE IIIA (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Black Polyethylene.
Characteristics: Moisture resistant, abrasion resistant, defies ultra violet damage. Noncontaminating; recommended for direct burial.
Temperature Range: -55°C to +85°C.

TYPE IV (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Black Synthetic Rubber.
Characteristics: This jacket material is used only on high voltage pulse cables. The basic material is polymerized chloroprene.
Temperature Range: Under .60 OD, -55°C to + 80°C. Over .50 OD, -40°C to +80°C.

TYPE V (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: A Fiberglass Braid.
Characteristics: Impregnated with silicone varnish to provide abrasion resistance and a moisture seal.
Temperature Range: -55°C to +175°C.

TYPE VI (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Silicone Rubber Dacron Braid.
Characteristics: Two wraps of silicone rubber impregnated fiber glass tape which is fused into a homogeneous layer. A dacron braid is applied, followed by a high temperature fluorocarbon lacquer.
Temperature Range: -55°C to + 175°C.

TYPE VII (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: PTFE (Polytetra-floudethyene)
Characteristics: Either extruded or tape wrap. Withstands high temperatures; chemically inert; insoluble in liquids and gases.
Temperature Range: -55°C to +200°C.

TYPE VIII (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: Synthetic Rubber.
Characteristics: This material is a polychloroprene compound and is used with only a few pulse cables. Its primary use is jacket material for multiconductor cables.
Temperature Range: -55°C to + 75°C.

TYPE IX (MIL-C-17) Coaxial Cable
Description: PTFE (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene).
Characteristics: Excellent weathering properties and chemically inert.
Temperature Range: -55°C to +200°C.


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