Noise Considerations in Coaxial Cable Systems (1995)

By Bruce Carlson, Henry Pixley, CommScope, Inc. General Instrument Corp

Coaxial cables will be used to transport analog and digital signals to and from the home. The full spectrum of the coaxial system, from 5 MHz to 1 GHz will be utilized for the delivery of video, voice and data. The natural shielding characteristics of coaxial cable will play a primary role in helping to maintain signal integrity and ensure error free transmission. This paper addresses the shielding performance of coaxial cable and its related components. This is accomplished through a discussion of leakage mechanisms and laboratory shielding tests.

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