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Low Loss 900 Coaxial Cable, by the foot.


Part #: GNS-CA900-XX

Low Loss 900 Coaxial Cable, by the foot.

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MFG Part #: GNS-CA900-XX


GNS Wireless offers 900-Series Direct Burial coaxial cable by the foot or reel. These cables feature waterproofing compound applied to the foil and braid making them completely watertight. This feature also ensures continuous performance in an instance where the jacket is accidentally damaged during or after an installation. 900DB-Series is a superior performance cable which offers the ultimate alternative to armored cables for use up to 6 GHz.

  • High performance Low Loss 900 coaxial cable
  • UV resistant polyethylene jacket
  • Excellent low loss characteristics
  • For use up to 6 GHz!
  • Cables by the foot are Non-returnable

LMR900 is a type of coaxial cable designed for direct burial in outdoor applications where high power handling, low loss, and high signal integrity are critical. Here are the specifications of LMR900 direct burial cable:

  1. Impedance: 50 ohms
  2. Frequency Range: Up to 2.5 GHz
  3. Capacitance: 14.1 pF/ft
  4. Velocity of Propagation: 88%
  5. Outer diameter: 0.900 inches (22.9 mm)
  6. Inner conductor: Solid Bare Copper
  7. Dielectric: Foamed PE (Polyethylene)
  8. Shielding: Dual Shielded (Tinned Copper Braid + Aluminum Foil)
  9. Jacket Material: Polyethylene
  10. Jacket Color: Black

LMR900 direct burial cable is designed to withstand harsh outdoor environments and is resistant to moisture, UV radiation, and weathering. The cable can be buried directly in the ground without the need for conduit or other protective measures. The larger diameter of LMR900 makes it suitable for longer cable runs and higher power applications. The cable is also compatible with a wide range of connectors, which makes it easy to install in a variety of applications.


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Weight 1.5 lbs

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