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Keeping a coaxial cable’s center and outer conductors at opposing electrical potentials creates ______________ .
Coax is used to carry what types of signals between transmitters or receivers and antennas?
The insulating medium between the inner and outer conductors of coaxial cable is known as what?
What are the 3 types of coax found in modern communications systems?
Because the braided outer conductor makes it more flexible, Braided Coaxial Cable is ideal for ___________________________ .
The main disadvantage of Braided Coaxial Cable is its _______________ which makes it a poor choice for situations requiring long coax runs.
Air dielectric is mostly hollow which makes it unsuitable for ________________ because of its potential for moisture build-up.
The coax that is best suited for outdoor environments is ____________ .
Which connector interface type provides the best interference and intermodulation rejection?
Which connector interface type is a medium-size RF connector invented in the 1940’s?
Which connector interface type provides an minimized interface with a screw type coupling mechanism?
Which connector type can rotate 360 degrees after installation and has a spring loaded quick connect interface?
Which rigid coax connector type is compressed onto a properly prepared coax with 2500 lbs of force to create an almost indestructible seal and connection?
Which rigid coax connector type is a two-piece connector that gives the installer a clear visual and mechanical verification of a correct fit?
Which connector type is used with Braided Coaxial Cable?