BS EN 61196-4:2004 - Coaxial communication cables. Sectional specification for radiating cables
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BS EN 61196-4:2004

Coaxial communication cables. Sectional specification for radiating cables

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : April 2004



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.

Standard NumberBS EN 61196-4:2004
TitleCoaxial communication cables. Sectional specification for radiating cables
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date20 April 2004
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 61196-1:1995, IEC 61034, EN 60068, IEC 60754, IEC 60068, IEC 61196-1:1995/AMD 1:1999, IEC 60332
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 61196-4:2004,IEC 61196-4:2004
Draft Superseded By01/206617 DC
DescriptorsCommunication cables, Electric conductors, Radiofrequencies, Electric cables, Frequencies, Radiocommunication
Title in FrenchCables coaxiaux de communication. Specification intermediaire pour cables rayonnants
Title in GermanKoaxiale Kommunikationskabel. Rahmenspezifikation fuer abstrahlende Kabel
ISBN0 580 43652 7
File Size405 KB

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