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High-performance coaxial cable engineered for today's networks

For more than 30 years, CommScope has been a leader in the development and manufacture of the coaxial cable. Whether you need cables for satellite, security, closed-circuit television (CCTV), or video applications, residential or commercial structures, CommScope offers a family of high-performance coaxial cable that fits your needs.

Each foot of cable we produce is manufactured to our stringent specifications, as if it's the most important length we will ever produce. The result is a cable that can carry more bandwidth over longer distances, with customer-pleasing signal clarity.

Application Note: Alternative Jacket Material for Coax

CommScope's Alternative Jacket™ cable jacket helps to resist rodent chews reducing costly maintenance, signal degradation, signal leakage, and, in severe cases, outages.
Publish Date: February 13, 2017
Region: Global

Application Note: Alternative Jacket Material for Drop Cable

Alternative Jacket™ drop cablesApplication 2 Rodents frequently chew durable materials in an effort to wear down their teeth, which grow continuously. Damage caused by rodent chewing can negatively impact the integrity and performance of the cable and can even cause service outages. CommScope Part #
Publish Date: February 13, 2017
Region: Global

Copper Cable Color Chart

Copper Cable Color Chart
Publish Date: September 16, 2016
Region: Global

Drop Cable Construction Manual

The Drop Cable Applications and Construction Guide is written for the cable installation professional who, due to the diverse services offered by CATV and telecommunication service providers, needs a quick and handy reference to practical installation information, especially in the case of retrofitting.
Publish Date: February 13, 2017
Region: Global

Tri-Shield XpressPrep™ Cables Tech Tip CommScope Tri-Shield XpressPrep™ Cables Technical Tip With XpressPrep tri-shield, the bond between the jacket and outer tape of the cable eliminates the additional step of tape removal as the tape is removed with the jacket, thereby simplifying the preparation process as shown in Figure 2 and increasi
Publish Date: January 1, 2013
Region: Global

Trunk and Distribution Construction Manual

Broadband Applications & Construction Manual Trunk & Distribution Cable Products
Publish Date: August 1, 2013
Region: Global

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May 12, 2017

Mythbusting Coaxial Drop Cable

When it comes to drop cable, there are an awful lot of myths out there – from connecting to cleaning. CommScope’s Mark Alrutz breaks down his top five myths.
Apr 26, 2017

MoCA: Coffee or Cable?

MoCA isn’t a fancy chocolate coffee. But it is a great organization that develops networking protocols. CommScope’s Mark Alrutz introduces you to MoCA and the three things to pay attention to in coax cable networks.
Mar 6, 2017

Shining a (Flash)light on Latency

Remember the days when a transoceanic phone call took forever to connect? Now it sounds like you’re in the same room! It all has to do with levels of latency. Joseph Coffey shines a light -- on the speed of light – in this video blog post.
Jan 3, 2017

Top 10 CommScope Innovations: P3 Design and Process for Coaxial Cable

So, just how important was the P3 design and process for the cable television industry? Most global operators have used this cable, or a competitive version, for more than 30 years in their networks, allowing high-speed internet delivery to residences and buildings. P3 was key to CommScope’s early growth in the cable television market and the success of the company. Learn about this top 10 innovation by reading Rob Wessels' blog.