Coaxial Cable


The general structure of coaxial cable includes sheath, braided network, insulation and conductor. The sheath is the outermost layer of the cable. This layer protects the cable from physical damage. The woven network is the second layer in this cable. The main task of this layer is to protect the signal from external noise and signal interference. The next layer is insulation. Insulation can protect the core of the cable. The insulation is placed between the braided network and the core to prevent short circuit between them. The last component in the coaxial cable is the conductor. Conductor is responsible for signal transmission. The conductor is usually found in various coaxial cables as single-core or multi-core. Single-core cables are made of copper and multi-core cables are made of thin metal strands. BURUX has two coaxial cable models: Sepehr and Sama in its product portfolio. The following can be mentioned among the specifications of this cable:

  • High durability against damaging external factors of the cable
  • Flexibility and formability in the used environment
  • Suitable bandwidth for telecommunication services and CCTV
  • High data transfer capacity up to 300 MHz bandwidth