IEC 60966-2-5:2016

Title

Language: EN Radio frequency and coaxial cable assemblies - Part 2-5: Detail specification for cable assemblies for radio and TV receivers - Frequency range 0 MHz to 1 000 MHz, IEC 61169-2 connectors

Language: FR Cordons coaxiaux et cordons pour fréquences radioélectriques - Partie 2-5: Spécification particulière pour cordons de connexion de récepteurs radio ou TV - Plage de fréquences de 0 MHz à 1 000 MHz, connecteurs IEC 61169-2

Abstract

Language: EN IEC 60966-2-5:2016 is a detail specification which applies to flexible coaxial cables described in the IEC 61196 series. It relates to cable assemblies for radio and TV receivers, and in particular to the cable assemblies subfamily 9,52 (see IEC 61169-2). These cable assemblies are used as described in IEC 60728-4. This part of IEC 60966 gives subfamily requirements and severities which shall be applied. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) the return loss requirements and insertion loss requirements are matched to the relevant cables, b) screening effectiveness shall be measured according to IEC 62153-4-7, triaxial method, c) screening class B was cancelled. This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 60966-1:1999 , IEC 60966-2-1:2008 and IEC 60966-2-2:2003

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Language: EN Language: FR
Edition
4.0
Date of issue
26.10.2016
TC 46
ICS Codes
33.120.10
Publication number
60966
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