Coaxial Cable Manufacturer

Coaxial cable, also known as RF cable, is used mostly for audio, visual, and digital applications. The cable is manufactured with a concentric shield and conductor rings around a copper core to block signal interference. An outer conductive layer helps to disperse interfering signals. It has been used for many years for many types of data communication, including cable TV also. Though coaxial cable is being replaced by other types of cable and wireless signals in Ethernet applications, it is still important in audio and visual applications for the sending and receiving of clearer signals. We provide Coaxial Cable wholesale.

Sunshine is a professional Coaxial Cable Supplier, we have Coaxial cable factories in China and Vietnam, which extrudes and assembles high-performance coaxial cable, coaxial cable for internetand Coaxial Cable connectors, exceeding today's signal integrity requirements. Sunshine’s low-loss, low-capacitance, phase-stable, coaxial interconnect solutions are available in a variety of cable constructions. Sunshine Coaxial Cables can meet all your data processing equipment and information system needs.

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Types of Coaxial Cables

There are three types of coaxial cables: RG59, RG6, and RG11. While RG6 is the most widely used coaxial cable, RG11, and the lower-end RG59 are also useful for specific connections.


RG59 is the low end of coaxial cable options. It works for basic TV antenna connections and closed-circuit TV connections with a short cable run. It lacks the insulation to be an effective coaxial cable for satellite cable connections or longer runs. However, because it’s thinner and bends more easily, it’s ideal for short connections in tight spaces.


RG6 coaxial cable is better insulated, providing less signal loss over a longer distance. This coaxial cable rg6 makes it ideal for satellite TV and cable TV. Its conductivity makes RG6 a good option for HDTVs.


RG11 coaxial Cable will carry the best signal for HDTV but is also the thickest digital oaxial cable. That makes it difficult to bend and requires special connectors, making it challenging to install. For that reason, RG11 is only used to cover very long runs, such as from the curb to the house for a cable TV connection. Its sturdier construction also makes it suitable for burying.

What to Consider When Choosing the Best Coaxial Cable

There are several important factors to consider when shopping for a coaxial cable connector, including how the cable connects to the TV, cable construction, and operating frequency.

Connector Type

There are two basic types of connectors:

  BNC

BNC (Bayonet Neill-Councelman) connectors are easy to connect or disconnect to televisions, test instruments, and radios. They are typically used for short cables. They are the most suitable connector for RG59 cable.


F-type connectors are the most common. They’re used with RG6 and RG11 cables to make connections for cable TV, satellite TV, and digital TV. They come in two types: twist-on and crimp. Twist-on connectors don’t create as high a quality of connection as the crimp style.


Coaxial cables consist of three basic parts:


A solid copper or copper-clad steel, located in the center of the cable, serves as the conductor that carries the signal from the source to the TV. Solid copper wire provides the best conductivity but is stiffer and harder to use. Copper-clad steel doesn’t hold a signal as well but is more flexible, making it easier to use.


The conductor is surrounded by a foil shield and copper braids that act as insulation. These materials are a vital part of the cable because they block out electromagnetic interference and radio waves that can cause signal loss. The better the shield, the longer the line can run without signal loss.

  PVC jacket:

The final layer on a coaxial cable is a PVC jacket that protects the cable from water and dirt, allowing it to be used outdoors.

Power & CL Ratings

A CL rating indicates what devices the coaxial cable can safely wire. While coaxial cables don’t present the same fire hazard as a TV’s power cables, it is important to consider their CL ratings. Most coaxial cables have a rating of CL2 or CL3. Cables rated CL2 are suitable for installation inside walls and can withstand power surges up to 150 volts without melting or shorting. CL3 is similar to CL2 but can handle surges up to 300 volts.

Operating Frequency and Transmission

Coaxial cables are designed to have operating frequencies that minimize signal loss. The higher the signal’s frequency, the shorter its wavelength and the more likely it is to escape through the audio coaxial cable shields. Coaxial audio cable usually has an operating frequency between 600 and 2,000 megahertz (MHz.) Higher-quality R6 and R11 cables, which have more insulation, operate near 600 MHz, while lower-quality R59 cables, which have thinner insulation, operate near 2,000 MHz. R6 and R11 cables perform better at longer runs than R59 cables.

Length vs. Attenuation

Attenuation is the loss of signal strength that happens when a signal from a cable line or antenna travels along a coaxial cable. Attenuation is caused by a range of natural factors inherent to the coaxial cable’s materials, like resistance and dielectric loss. The longer the coaxial cable, the greater the loss, because the farther a signal must travel, the more strength it will lose. A 10-foot R6 coaxial cable will have less attenuation than a 50-foot R6 coaxial cable.

Another factor affecting signal attenuation: frequency. The higher the frequency the coaxial cable operates on, the greater the signal attenuation. This is why RG59, which operates at a frequency near 2,000 MHz, is of lower quality than RG6, which operates at 600 MHz. A 50-foot coaxial cable with an operating frequency of 1,000 MHz will have less attenuation than a 50-foot coaxial cable operating at 1,500 MHz.

Why Choose Sunshine Coaxial Cables


Support High Bandwidth Levels

When it comes to bandwidth, there seems to be no end to the increasing appetite of consumers. Sunshine coaxial internet cable provides support for up to 10 Gbps downstream and up to 1 Gbps upstream over coaxial cable. Sunshine TV Coaxial Cable allows a high transfer rate with coaxial cable for tv having better shielding materials. Sunshine Coaxial Cable tv has great channel capacity, and its transmission rate is high. And compared to fiber, Sunshine Coaxial Cable is inherently OBI-free!


Easy to Install

Sunshine Cable Coaxial can be installed using simple hand tools regardless of the cable size. There is only one conductor to deal with and it is large enough to easily see what you are doing. In the home, coaxial cable can be easily split and extended. Currently, connected devices have RF (radio frequency) input/outputs, not optical, so higher-cost media conversion is not needed.

Damaged coaxial cable is easily repaired and weatherproofed without the need for fusion splicing and a splice enclosure.


Easy to Locate

The coaxial cable is metallic, it is easy to attach a tone generator to the shield and locate the cable. Fiber, on the other hand, is non-conductive and very difficult to locate.

To avoid expensive digging and accidental damage, some fiber cables have an embedded wire to provide toning capability – but no other purpose. Sunshine Coaxial cable does not require this baggage.


Provide Power

Coaxial Cable can provide power. Electronic devices require power to operate and coaxial cables can supply that power because they are metallic. Fiber cables, on the other hand, are non-conductive and cannot provide electrical power. Network-powered modems for example can keep potentially lifesaving internet phone service working during local power outages or fires.


Rugged and Resistant

Coaxial cables are rugged and have superior resistance to cutting through, crushing, and bending. Sunshine Coaxial Cable to Ethernet is highly resistant to physical damage and EMI. It is less susceptible to noise interference compared to twisted pairs. Hair-thin fibers are easily broken so they must have lots of strength members, gels, yarns, armoring, and sheathing around them to resist becoming broken or micro-bent.



We offer many coaxial cable types,produce the best cable coaxial and allow a varity of coaxial cable uses. An Internet coaxial cable can connect an external TV antenna to the TV. It also connects high-speed internet from a modem to a cable line, allowing the user to stream content from the web (like Netflix) onto a TV screen. You can run coaxial cable through a home’s walls to allow cable and antenna connections in different rooms. Outside the house, coaxial cable can connect the main cable line in the neighborhood to individual homes.

Custom Coaxial Cable

To make your Coaxial Cable with connectors more marketable, it’s essential to offer more than the standard Coaxial Cables. We help you develop specialized and the best Coaxial Cable that meets various industry demands through our range of custom options. We offer types of coaxial cable in custom colors and lengths, such as white coaxial cable, 50 ft coaxial cable and 100 ft coaxial cable. we can also custom coaxial cable sizes.

All our additional features are tested for quality and optimal performance, ensuring that each part improves the functionality of your Coaxial digital audio Cable. We use the latest technology to apply these features securely on your products and test them in each step for quality assurance.


Coaxial Cables Logo Printing

Our factory has a laser engraving logo machine, and a silk printing machine, which also supports open new molding to emboss the logo on the cable.


Coaxial Cables Packaging

We can do customized Coaxial Cables packaging. we also can provide the packaging die-cut to you for design.

Coaxial Cables Color

As a factory, we can make almost all kinds of colored adapters, please provide us the color panton number, and we can make the color Coaxial Cables as you need.


Coaxial Cables Material

We did make kinds of material cables, like PVC, copper, etc. and all the materials meet the RoHS/Reach/Ca65 standard. We have many professonal equipments and coaxial cable tools, like coaxial cable modem, coaxial cable tester and we offer the best coaxial cable for internet.

Why Order Coaxial Cables in Sunshine?

Wholesale Coaxial Cable at Sunshine

  • High-Quality Coaxial Cables

    We are meticulous with our quality checks of Coaxial Cables and manufacturing standards of Coaxial Cables. Our goal is to offer you the best Coaxial Cables and guarantee high-quality Coaxial Cables for you to boost your business.
  • Strong Supply Capacity

    We manufacture your Coaxial Cables fast to ensure that the production and distribution schedules of your business are not delayed or disrupted. Sunshine has self-owned factories in China and Vietnam which are fitted with the machinery of highly Validated and Recognized test equipment brands to ensure that we efficiently manufacture high-quality Coaxial Cables. It also enables us to produce in bulk within short turnaround times for Coaxial Cables.
  • Customized Order Acceptable

    A group of engineers offer customized designs according to customers’ requests. Our aim is to offer a customized Coaxial Cable design to meet all your requirements for Coaxial Cables. We are determined to bring your vision to life because customer satisfaction for Coaxial Cables is extremely important to us.
  • Competitive Price

    More than 20 years of manufacturing experience. All of our machines are automatic, fast, and advanced with high output. Production average cost is much lower to offer competitive prices to customers.
  • Free Coaxial Cable Sample

    Sunshine Electronics offers you a free Coaxial Cable sample for testing and to confirm that we met your custom design requirements.
  • Worry-free Pre and After-Sales Services

    Generally speaking, time is an invaluable resource for your business and thus fast service delivery for Coaxial Cables is important and necessary to get a good result. Consequently, our short response times aim to provide easy access to our services Coaxial Cables. The Sunshine Electronics team is always on hand to guide you through After-Sales procedures such as the warehousing of Coaxial Cables, shipment of Coaxial Cables, and just-in-time delivery of Coaxial Cables.

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We Respond to Your Inquiry for Coaxial Cables Within 12 Hours

Generally speaking, time is an invaluable resource for your business and thus fast service delivery for Coaxial Cables is important and necessary to get a good result. Consequently, our short response times aim to provide easy access to our services of Coaxial Cables to meet your needs.

We Provide Customer-Based Solutions for Coaxial Cables

Our aim is to offer a customized solution to meet all your requirements for Coaxial Cables. We are determined to bring your vision to life because customer satisfaction for Coaxial Cables is extremely important to us.

We Achieve the Goal of Efficient Coaxial Cables Manufacturing

The Sunshine factories in China and outside China--Vietnam are fitted with the machinery of highly Validated and Recognized test equipment brands in our laboratories and production workshop, to ensure that we efficiently manufacture high-quality, fast, compact, and compatible Coaxial Cables. It also enables us to produce in bulk within short turnaround times and prove competitive prices for Coaxial Cables.

We Offer Custom Coaxial Cables Labeling and Packaging

If you come to us with small Coaxial Cables packaging needs, we will do our best to make them come true. We have available designs for Coaxial Cables that you can choose from or we could explore customization for custom Coaxial Cables that you want.

Coaxial Cables FAQ

  • What is a coaxial cable used for?

    Coaxial cable is a type of copper cable specially built with a metal shield and other components engineered to block signal interference. It is primarily used by cable TV companies to connect their satellite antenna facilities to customer homes and businesses.
  • Is a coax cable the same as a TV cable?

    A coaxial cable, also known as a coax cable, is a specialized cable used to send data and radio frequencies without extra electrical interference, known as static. They're commonly used for devices like TVs, the internet, and radios.
  • Can a TV work without a coaxial cable?

    If you wish to watch a live TV service through your TV like Freeview or Freesat you will need a coaxial cable connecting into your TV. If you have a TV aerial socket plate or satellite socket a coaxial flylead will be required to connect between this and your TV.
  • Do I connect coax cable to modem or router?

    Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the cable wall outlet, then connect the other end to the modem. Connect the modem power cord into an electrical outlet, then connect the other end to the modem.
  • Does it matter what coaxial cable I use?

    Poor quality coaxial cable can impact TV reception, so it's important to choose the best cable for the job. Coaxial cable designed for domestic television should be 75 Ohm, with RG-6 coaxial being ideal for TV.
  • How can you tell the quality of a coaxial cable?

    Coaxial cables generally use the label “RG,” which stands for “Radio Guide” and is accompanied by numbers to create a code that distinguishes the cable model. Once you find the designation code, you will quickly identify the type of coaxial cable!
  • Does the length of the coax affect the signal?

    Does Length of Coaxial Cable Affect Signal Loss? Yes, the greater the length of the coax cable you use, the more signal loss you will experience.
  • Which is better RG11 or RG6?

    The RG11 cable will give you a better signal at its end compared to the end of the RG6 when given a specific length of cable. Meanwhile, noticeable attenuation will only happen to the RG11 cable once you start using longer RG11 cables since the signal travels longer distances, leading to attenuation.
  • What is the best coaxial cable for long runs?

    RG-59 coaxial cable is the best type for CCTV systems, but RG-6 can also be used. RG-6 can run longer distances than RG-59 without loss to a video signal, however, it's a thicker, firmer cable that isn't as convenient to work with.
  • Are there different grades of coaxial cable?

    The three most commonly used coaxial cable types for video applications are RG59/U, RG6/U, and RG11/U. RG59/U is available with either solid copper or copper-clad steel center conductor. It's suitable for basic analog TV antenna feeds in residential applications and for basic CCTV systems over short cable runs.
  • Is coax as fast as Ethernet?

    Compared to ethernet cables, coax cables are better at transmission speeds and frequencies.

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