Cable is both simple and complex.
To answer your most basic questions about cable types, their constructions and use, we offer short-form guides on the following cable types:
Coaxial CableCoaxial cables are perhaps the most common, basic and easy-to-understand cables. Basically, they are used to transmit electrical energy, or signals, from one location to another: to connect a source to a load, such as a transmitter to an antenna. Fiber Optic CableBelden's Fiber Optic cable line answers the diverse, and often complex, needs of today's advanced networks. Not only do these cables future-proof your network, they also fully organize your network while protecting it from the environment. Hook-up and Lead WireBelden® has been a leading manufacturer of hook-up and lead wire for nearly one century. Flat CableBelden® Flat cables are designed using the same expertise and design sophistication that made Belden a leader in round cable. Molded Cable AssembliesBelden® molded cable assemblies are designed for long life and reliable performance in a variety of input/output (I/O) and keyboard interface applications. Multi-conductor CableBelden® multi-conductor cables are manufactured in a wide variety of gage sizes, dimensions, insulation materials, shielding configurations and jacketing materials. Paired CableBelden paired cable products are manufactured in a variety of gage sizes, dimensions, insulation materials, shielding configurations and jacketing materials. Portable CordageBelden® portable cordage products are available in a wide assortment of styles, lengths and thicknesses. Products offered include 1-, 3-, 4- and 5-conductor, as well as multi-conductor constructions.