RG6 coaxial cable is most commonly used for CATV, or cable television networking, for the distribution of video signals within homes. They frequently have a copper cladded steel (CCS) center conductor and either an aluminum foil or braided shielding. RG6 CATV coaxial cable generally has low coverage around 60% shielding.
This high grade RG6 coaxial cable is designed for digital HDTV applications including direct burial television antennas. This dual shielded RG6 cable has a 60% bonded aluminum foil shield to reduce signal interference. The 18 AWG diameter conductor is solid copper clad steel, and it's swept tested to 3.0 GHz.