59-series headend coaxial cable.
A type of coaxial cable used in CCTV systems.
The coaxial cable that is commonly used for cable TV. If a home already has coaxial cable, it probably is RG59. It is a smaller gauge than RG6.
More commonly used than RG-11 for CCTV, this coaxial cable transmits video signals of up to 230m.
A coaxial cable used to transmit video signals up to 230m
A type of coaxial cable used by most cable companies to wire a home. RG-59 cable is not recommended for the transmission of digital satellite signals.
is a type of coaxial cable used for transmission of video signals up to 230m. It is the most popular cable used in CCTV.
An RG-59 is a common coax cable used in many homes for the last 40 years.
A type of coaxial cable that is most common in use in small to medium-size CCTV systems. It is designed with an impedance of 75-W. It has an outer diameter of around 6 mm and it is a good compromise between maximum distances achievable (up to 300 m for monochrome signal and 250 m for color) and good transmission.
RG-59/U is a specific type of coaxial cable, often used for low-power video and RF signal connections. The cable has a characteristic impedance of 75 ohms.