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Rf signal transfer

Rf signal transfer

Rf signal transfer

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Hello All

I would like to have your opinion on the following:
I need to choose a cable that could carry low voltage signals for monitoring as well as up to 300 VPP AC signal, 1 MHZ.What would be the best cable to do it? twiste pair ect....I have encountered the following website that could help me decide,but would realy like an expert opinion.

http://tools.gore.com/MedicalCableOnDemand/index.jsp

Udi

RE: Rf signal transfer

300 vPP is about 230 watts. Not that much. And 1 MHz is not that high. So the demands on the cable aren't that high. The short answer is that you could almost use cheap RG-58 type cable (not quite!!!).

But it's likely that there are other considerations that would demand a better cable.

PS: How do you inject and extract the low level signals from the mediummpower RF? That's much trickier than choosing the cable.

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RE: Rf signal transfer

PS: It goes almost without saying that it should be well-shielded coaxial cable. 1MHz is RF and the local AM stations might get upset if you leak onto their band. The whole system needs to not radiate.

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