IEC 60966-1:2019 is available as IEC 60966-1:2019 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 60966-1:2019 specifies requirements for radio frequency coaxial cable assemblies operating in the transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM) and establishes general requirements for testing the electrical, mechanical and environmental properties of radio frequency coaxial cable assemblies composed of cables and connectors. Additional requirements relating to specific families of cable assemblies are given in the relevant sectional specifications. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 1999. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) measurement method for screening effectiveness was cancelled; b) give references to relevant test procedures for transfer impedance and screening attenuation

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This part of EN 50117 which is a sectional specification applies to coaxial indoor drop cables for analogue and digital one and two way signal transmission, e.g. for cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services in accordance with EN 60728-1, EN 60728-1-1, EN 60728-101, EN 60728-10, EN 50173-1 and EN 50173-4. This includes also the transmission of BCT signals provided by a CATV, MATV or SMATV cable network. The purpose of this document is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical and environmental characteristics and for fire performance of the cables.

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This part of EN 50117 which is a sectional specification applies to coaxial indoor drop cables for analogue and digital one and two way signal transmission, e.g. for cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services in accordance with EN 60728-1, EN 60728-1-1, EN 60728-101, EN 60728-10, EN 50173-1 and EN 50173-4. This includes also the transmission of BCT signals provided by a CATV, MATV or SMATV cable network. The purpose of this document is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical and environmental characteristics and for fire performance of the cables.

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This document covers coaxial cables for use in analogue and digital systems. This document should be used in conjunction with EN 50290-1-1. Coaxial cables covered by this document operate in transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM) and are suitable for use in a wide range of digital and analogue applications including CATV, radio frequency systems, instrumentation, broadcasting, telecommunications and data network systems. Various constructions and materials provide for indoor and outdoor applications, including underground and overhead installations, and other environmental protection characteristics. Generally, cables are designed for use in 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm characteristic impedance systems, although other types (e.g. 93/95 Ohm) are also covered. Coaxial cables defined by this document may be incorporated into hybrid cable constructions with optical fibre or multi-element cable components. All cables covered by this document may be subjected to voltages greater than 50 V AC or 75 V DC according to the relevant sectional or detail specification. However, these cables are not intended for direct connection to the mains electricity supply or other low impedance sources.

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This part of EN 50117 which is a sectional specification applies to coaxial outdoor drop cables for analogue and digital one and two way signal transmission, e.g. for cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services in accordance with EN 60728-1, EN 60728-1-1, EN 60728-101, EN 60728-10, EN 50173-1 and EN 50173-4. This includes also the transmission of BCT signals provided by a CATV, MATV or SMATV cable network. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical and environmental characteristics and for fire performance of the cables.

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This part of EN 50117 which is a sectional specification applies to coaxial indoor drop cables for analogue and digital one and two way signal transmission, e.g. for cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services in accordance with EN 60728-1, EN 60728-1-1, EN 60728-101, EN 60728-10, EN 50173-1 and EN 50173-4. This includes also the transmission of BCT signals provided by a CATV, MATV or SMATV cable network. These cables are suitable to implement the network type Case D as given in subclause 6.6 of EN 60728-1-1:2014. The purpose of this document is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical and environmental characteristics and for fire performance of the cables.

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This part of EN 50117 which is a sectional specification applies to coaxial outdoor drop cables for analogue and digital one and two way signal transmission, e.g. for cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services in accordance with EN 60728-1, EN 60728-1-1, EN 60728-101, EN 60728-10, EN 50173-1 and EN 50173-4. This includes also the transmission of BCT signals provided by a CATV, MATV or SMATV cable network. The purpose of this document is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical and environmental characteristics and for fire performance of the cables.

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This part of EN 50117 which is a sectional specification applies to coaxial distribution and trunk cables for analogue and digital one and two way signal transmission, e.g. for cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services in accordance with EN 60728-1, EN 60728-1-1, EN 60728-101, EN 60728-10, EN 50173-1 and EN 50173-4. This includes also the transmission of BCT signals provided by a CATV, MATV or SMATV cable network. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical and environmental characteristics and for fire performance of the cables.

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This part of EN 50117 which is a sectional specification applies to coaxial distribution and trunk cables for analogue and digital one and two way signal transmission, e.g. for cable networks for television signals, sound signals and interactive services in accordance with EN 60728-1, EN 60728-1-1, EN 60728-101, EN 60728-10, EN 50173-1 and EN 50173-4. This includes also the transmission of BCT signals provided by a CATV, MATV or SMATV cable network. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical and environmental characteristics and for fire performance of the cables.

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IEC 62153-4-7:2015(E) describes a triaxial method, suitable to determine the surface transfer impedance and/or screening attenuation and coupling attenuation of mated screened connectors (including the connection between cable and connector) and cable assemblies. This method could also be extended to determine the transfer impedance, coupling or screening attenuation of balanced or multipin connectors and multicore cable assemblies. For the measurement of transfer impedance and screening- or coupling attenuation, only one test set-up is needed. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: The document is revised and updated. The changes of the revised IEC 62153-4-3:2013, and IEC 62153-4-4:2015, are included. Measurements can be achieved now with mismatch at the generator site, impedance matching devices are not necessary.

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IEC 61196-10:2014(E) applies to semi-rigid coaxial communication cables with polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) dielectric and tubular outer conductor. These cables are intended for use in microwave and wireless equipments or other signal transmission equipments or units at frequencies above 500 MHz. This publication is to be read in conjunction with IE C 61196-1:2005. The contents of the corrigendum of February 2016 have been included in this copy.

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IEC 60966-2-7:2015 applies to flexible coaxial cables described in IEC 61196-6 and IEC 61196-7. It relates to cable assemblies for radio and TV receivers, and in particular to the cable assemblies subfamily F (IEC 61169-47). This detail specification gives subfamily requirements and severities which shall be applied.

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IEC 61726:2015(E) describes the measurement of screening attenuation by the reverberation chamber test method, sometimes named mode stirred chamber, suitable for virtually any type of microwave component and having no theoretical upper frequency limit. It is only limited toward low frequencies due to the size of the test equipment, which is frequency-dependent and is only one of several methods of measuring screening attenuation. For the purpose of this standard, examples of microwave components are waveguides, phase shifters, diplexers/multiplexers, power dividers/combiners etc. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition, published in 1999. This edition constitutes a technical revision. It takes into account the latest developments in the design of reverberation chambers as described in IEC 61000-4-21, which is also referencing this standard as a possible test method. Furthermore, an alternative measurement procedure is added which is able to reduce the measurement time needed.

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This sectional specification relates to EN 50117-1 and should be read in conjunction with this generic specification. This specification applies to indoor drop cables for use in cabled distribution systems operating at temperature between -40 °C and +70 °C and at frequencies between 5 MHz and 6 000 MHz and complying with the requirements of EN 50083. These cables are suitable to implement the network type Case D as depicted in Figure 1 and Clause 6.6 of EN 60728-1-1:2014. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical, and environmental and fire performance of the cables.

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IEC 61196-10-1:2014(E) applies to coaxial communication cables described in IEC 61196-10. It specifies the requirements for semi-rigid radio frequency and coaxial cables with solid dielectric and semi-airspace dielectric. These cables are intended for use in microwave and wireless equipment or other signal transmission equipment or units at frequencies above 500 MHz. This part of IEC 61196 is to be read in conjunction with IEC 61196-1 and IEC 61196-10. The blank detail specification determines the layout and style for detail. Detail specifications, based on the blank detail specification, may be prepared by a national organization, a manufacturer or a user.

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This Technical Report describes the procedure to repair damaged CATV cables. The following coaxial cables are considered in this guide: – Coaxial cables with semi air spaced dielectric Outer conductor: copper band, longitudinal welded – Coaxial cables foamed polyethylene or solid polyethylene dielectric Outer conductor: copper band, longitudinal welded – Coaxial cables foamed polyethylene or solid polyethylene dielectric Outer conductor: Overlapped foil of copper or aluminium with braid – Coaxial cables foamed polyethylene or solid polyethylene dielectric Outer conductor: Overlapped foil of copper or aluminium without braid – Coaxial cables foamed polyethylene dielectric Outer conductor: Corrugated copper This guide is a helpful tool for providers and installers to find out the extend and the effects of damaged cables and to achieve and to evaluate appropriate repair operation. For not buried cables, e.g. indoor cables, the application of this guide is analogous. NOTE The kind respectively the material of the cable sheath makes the coaxial cable an "underground" cable. In the underground area the cable jacket determines the long term behaviour of the cable significantly. For this purpose, only plastics with a high long-term stability are used, usually polyethylene (PE). This material provides protection against ingress of water or water-diffusion with good mechanical properties.

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IEC 61935-2:2010 provides methods to ensure compatibility of balanced cords to be used in cabling according to ISO/IEC 11801 and provides test methods and associated requirements to demonstrate the performance and reliability of these balanced cords during their operational lifetime. This International Standard may also be used for providing test methods for assessing the behaviour of other balanced cords. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2005. It differs from the second edition in that it covers category 6A to category 7A cords as defined in ISO/IEC 11801.

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IEC 60966-2-1:2008(E) is a sectional specification that relates to flexible coaxial cable assemblies operating in the transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM). It establishes uniform requirements for testing the electrical, mechanical and climatic properties of flexible cable assemblies composed of flexible coaxial cables and coaxial connectors. The major change with respect to the second edition is a better definition of the tests to be performed.

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IEC 60966-2-3:2009(E) is a detail specification that applies to flexible coaxial cables described in IEC 60096-2. It relates to flexible coaxial cable assemblies using BNC connectors. This detail specification gives subfamily requirements and severities which shall be applied . This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2003. It constitutes a technical revision. The major change with respect to the second edition is the reference to IEC 61169-8 instead of IEC 60169-8. This detail specification is to be read in conjunction with IE C 60966-1:1999, IE C 60966-2-1:2008 and IE C 60966-2-2:2003.

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IEC 60966-3-1:2009(E) is a blank detail specification that relates to semi-flexible coaxial cable assemblies operating in the transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM). The creation of a uniform layout and style of a detail specification is determined by the use of a blank detail specification pro forma. The detail specification may be prepared by the insertion of data into the pro forma by a national standards organization, by an approved manufacturer or by a user (when prepared by a user, the detail specification shall be submitted to the national authorized institution by an approved manufacturer). This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2003 and constitutes a technical revision. The major change with respect to the first edition is the reference to the third edition of the sectional specification. This blank detail specification is to be read in conjunction with IE C 60966-1:1999 and IEC 60966-3:2008.

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IEC 60966-3:2008(E) is a sectional specification that relates to semi-flexible coaxial cable assemblies operating in the transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM). It establishes uniform requirements for testing the electrical, mechanical and climatic properties of flexible cable assemblies composed of flexible coaxial cables and coaxial connectors. The major change with respect to the second edition is a better definition of the tests to be performed.

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This sectional specification relates to EN 50117-1: Generic specification for coaxial cables, and is to be read in conjunction with this generic standard. This specification applies to coaxial cables for BCT-cabling in accordance with EN 50173 operating at a maximum d.c. voltage of 72 V and a maximum d.c. current of 0,5 A at a temperature range between –20 °C and +60 °C 1) and at frequencies between 5 MHz and 3 000 MHz and complying with the requirements of EN 50083. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical, and environmental and fire performance of the cables.

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Covers coaxial cables for use in analogue and digital systems. This standard should be used in conjunction with EN 50290-1-1. Coaxial cables covered by this standard in transverse electromagnetic (TEM) and are suitable for use in a wide range of digital and analogue applications including CATV, radio frequency systems, instrumentation, broadcasting, telecommunications and data network systems. Various constructions and materials for indoor and outdoor applications, including underground and overhead installations, and other environmental protection characteristics.

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This sectional specification relates to EN 50117-1: Generic specification for coaxial cables, and should be read in conjunction with this generic standard. This specification applies to indoor drop cables for use in cabled distribution systems operating at temperature between –40 °C and +70 °C and at frequencies between 5 MHz and 1 000 MHz and complying with the requirements of EN 50083. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical, environmental and fire performance of the cables.

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This European Standard relates to EN 50117-1 and should be read in conjunction with this generic specification.This specification applies to indoor drop cables for use in cabled distribution systems operating at temperature between 40 °C and +70 °C 1) and at frequencies between 5 MHz and 3 000 MHz and complying with the requirements of EN 50083. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical, environmental and fire performance of the cables.

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This European Standard relates to EN 50117-1 and should be read in conjunction with this generic specification. This specification applies to outdoor drop cables for use in cabled distribution systems operating at temperature between -40 °C and +70 °C 1) and at frequencies between 5 MHz and 1 000 MHz and complying with the requirements of EN 50083. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical, environmental and fire performance of the cables.

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This European Standard relates to EN 50117-1 and should be read in conjunction with this generic specification. This specification applies to outdoor drop cables for use in cabled distribution systems operating at temperature between 40 °C and +70 °C 1) and at frequencies between 5 MHz and 3 000 MHz and complying with the requirements of EN 50083. The purpose of this European Standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical, environmental and fire performance of the cables

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Covers the requirements for flexible and semi-flexible radiating coaxial communication cables. It specifies preferred ratings and characteristics for radiating cables and enables selection of the appropriate tests and performance levels from the generic specification for inclusion in the detail specification.

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Describes the test which determines the regularity of impedance of r.f. cables by measuring the return loss in the frequency domain using a vector network analyser equipped with a reflection test set (bridge) and transferring the results into the time domain by using the Inverse Discrete Fourier Transformation (IDFT).

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describes the injection clamp test method which determines the screening attenuation (as) of coaxial cables and the coupling attenuation (ac) of balanced shielded or unshielded data cables in a frequency range from 30 MHz up to 1 000 MHz and in a dynamic range up to 130 dB.

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Relates to semi-rigid coaxial cable assemblies operating in the transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM). Establishes uniform requirements for testing the electrical, mechanical and environmental properties of semi-rigid coaxial cable assemblies composed of semi-rigid coaxial cables and coaxial connectors.

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Relates to the subfamily of coaxial cables and connector assemblies operating int he frequency range of GSM (0,8 GHz - 1 GHz). Gives subfamily requirements and severities to be applied. Should be used together with EN 60966-3 and EN 600966-1.

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Supplementary document ot the sectional specification and contains requirements for style and layout and minimum content of detail specifications.

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Supplementary document to the sectional specification and contains requirements for style and layout and minimum content of detail specification. Should be used along with EN 60966-1 and EN 60966-2-1.

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This European Standard covers coaxial cables for use in analogue and digital systems. This standard should be used in conjunction with EN 50290 1 1. Coaxial cables covered by this standard operate in transverse electromagnetic mode (TEM) and are suitable for use in a wide range of digital and analogue applications including CATV, radio frequency systems, instrumentation, broadcasting, telecommunications and data network systems. Various constructions and materials provide for indoor and outdoor applications, including underground and overhead installations, and other environmental protection characteristics. Generally, cables are designed for use in 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm characteristic impedance systems, although other types (e.g. 93/95 Ohm) are also covered. Coaxial cables defined by this standard may be incorporated into hybrid cable constructions with optical fibre or multi-element cable components. All cables covered by this standard may be subjected to voltages greater than 50 V a.c. or 75 V d.c. However, these cables are not intended for direct connection to the mains electricity supply or other low impedance sources.

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This European Standard relates to EN 50117 1 and should be read in conjunction with this generic specification. This standard applies to single and/or multiple miniaturised coaxial cables used in digital communication systems on the Telecom applications. The cables covered by this standard are used for the internal wiring of and interconnection between switching-, transmission-, multiplexing- and cross-connect equipment and for the connections to the digital distribution frame. These coaxial cables are designed for the transmission of E1 (2 Mbit/s), E2 (8 Mbit/s), E3 (34 Mbit/s), E4 (140 Mbit/s), STM (155 Mbit/s), DS1 (1,5 Mbit/s), DS2 (6 Mbit/s) and DS3 (34 Mbit/s) signals. Cables are connected to the equipment via a coaxial connector or other suitable ways. The purpose of this standard is to specify the applicable test methods and requirements for the electrical, mechanical, environmental and fire performance of the cables. The cables covered by this standard are intended to be used with voltages up to 50 V a.c. and/or 120 V d.c.

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