Coaxial cables were an improvement from twisted-pair wires as they offered better shielding and less loss of signals over time. These cables have a central core which is made of a conductor (mostly copper) covered by an insulator which is in turn wrapped by a copper shield. This design is finally enclosed in a protective jacket made of plastic. These cables are capable of carrying high-frequency alternating current with low losses. Coaxial cables beat alternative options due to minimum power loss and electromagnetic interference.
Largest QPLs (Qualified Product Listings)
Time Microwave is known for introducing innovative cabling products time after time. It has the largest collection of products that meet the standards of QPL (an electronic listing of products that meet the standards of ODOT projects). The diversity in product range and high-end quality with market competitive rates has created an international demand for Time microwave coaxial cables.
These are the best among coaxial transmission line technology as they are tested for quality and performance on several stages of manufacturing. The product line is manufactured to meet international standards and demand. The durability and reliability of connection through the coaxial assembly are critical when the communication is crucial and vital for important missions and projects.
Wide variety of applications
They are often used for transmission of audio and video data, microwave and RF signals, internet, telephone and television connection.
Time microwave cables are known as reliable, high-quality performance cables that are designed flexibly to maximize durability. They are manufactured to meet and exceed military and international standards.
Time microwave cables exceeded in performance and durability which earned them approval for use in military and commercial aerospace and electronic warfare. Military and aerospace engineers are very concerned about the quality of cables used in the systems.