Bulk LMR & RFC Coax Cable

We are an authorized Times Microwave re-seller.  We sell both Times Microwave LMR and Shireen Inc.'s RFC grade cables. All parts between LMR / Times Microwave will also fit the RFC cable as it is an quality clone to LMR coax.

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  • Times Microwave LMR-100A-PVC LMR100 flexible, low loss coaxial cable offers similar performance compared to corrugated copper cables but provides higher flexibility and simplified connectorization. This 50 Ohm coax cable has a stranded outer conductor and copper-clad steel center conductor. The 1/8 inch LMR-100 transmission line has a foil shield and 90 percent coverage braid shield for lower loss. A PVC jacket adds flexibility. RG174 connectors should be used. 

    Attenuation of LMR-100:

    • 30 MHz =  3.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  5.1dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 8.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 10.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 15.8B of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 22.8B of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 30.1dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 39.8dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 64.1dB of loss per 100 feet


    Technical specifications can be found in the manufacturer's data sheet below.

    • $0.74
  • Times Microwave LMR-100A-PVC LMR100 flexible, low loss coaxial cable offers similar performance compared to corrugated copper cables but provides higher flexibility and simplified connectorization. This 50 Ohm coax cable has a stranded outer conductor and copper-clad steel center conductor. The 1/8 inch LMR-100 transmission line has a foil shield and 90 percent coverage braid shield for lower loss. A PVC jacket adds flexibility. RG174 connectors should be used. 

    Attenuation of LMR-100:

    • 30 MHz =  3.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  5.1dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 8.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 10.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 15.8B of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 22.8B of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 30.1dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 39.8dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 64.1dB of loss per 100 feet


    Technical specifications can be found in the manufacturer's data sheet below.

    • $640.00
  • Shireen’s RFC series of low loss cables offer excellent characteristics that meet or exceed the specs of alternatives from Times Microwave, Commscope and Belden.

    See manufacturer's spec sheet below.

    Attenuation of RFC100:

    • 30 MHz =  3.93dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  5.09dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 8.96dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 10.91dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 15.82dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 22.83dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 30.08dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 39.80dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 64.1dB of loss per 100 feet

    RFC®, Registered trademark of Shireen Inc

    LMR®, Registered trademark of Times Microwave Systems

    • $0.28
  • Shireen’s RFC series of low loss cables offer excellent characteristics that meet or exceed the specs of alternatives from Times Microwave, Commscope and Belden.

    Attenuation of RFC100:

    • 30 MHz =  3.93dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  5.09dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 8.96dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 10.91dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 15.82dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 22.83dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 30.08dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 39.80dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 64.1dB of loss per 100 feet


    See manufacturer's spec sheet below.


    RFC®, Registered trademark of Shireen Inc

    LMR®, Registered trademark of Times Microwave Systems

    • $254.00
  • The Times Microwave LMR-195 low loss braided coaxial cable offers similar performance compared to corrugated copper cables but provides higher flexibility and simplified connectorization. This low loss 50 Ohm coax cable features a foil shield and 90 percent braided shield. It has a polyethylene, gas-injected UV-resistant jacket.

    Attenuation of RFC195:

    • 30 MHz =  1.98dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  2.56dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 4.45dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 5.39dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 7.77dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 11.12dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 14.54dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 19.02dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 29.9B of loss per 100 feet

    Technical specifications can be found in the manufacturer's data sheet below.

    • $0.65
  • The Times Microwave LMR-195 low loss braided coaxial cable offers similar performance compared to corrugated copper cables but provides higher flexibility and simplified connectorization. This low loss 50 Ohm coax cable features a foil shield and 90 percent braided shield. It has a polyethylene, gas-injected UV-resistant jacket.


    Technical specifications can be found in the manufacturer's data sheet below.

    • $600.00
  • Shireen's latest RFC series of low loss cables offer excellent characteristics that meet or exceed the specs of alternatives from Times Microwave, Commscope and Belden

    See manufacturer's spec sheet below.


    RFC®, Registered trademark of Shireen Inc

    LMR®, Registered trademark of Times Microwave Systems

    • $0.56
  • Shireen’s RFC series of low loss cables offer excellent characteristics that meet or exceed the specs of alternatives from Times Microwave, Commscope and Belden.

    See manufacturer's spec sheet below.

    Attenuation of RFC195:

    • 30 MHz =  1.98dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  2.56dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 4.45dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 5.39dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 7.77dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 11.12dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 14.54dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 19.02dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 29.9B of loss per 100 feet

    RFC®, Registered trademark of Shireen Inc

    LMR®, Registered trademark of Times Microwave Systems

    • $315.00
  • The Times Microwave LMR240 low loss LMR-240 coaxial cable offers similar performance compared to corrugated copper cables but provides high flexibility and simplified connectorization. This 50 Ohm coax cable has a solid bare copper center conductor and stranded outer conductor that results in a 3/4 inch bending radius. Low loss is achieved through use of the 90 percent braided shield. A foam polyethylene serves as insulation.

    The LMR-240 transmission line can be used in almost any application where handing characteristics, improved shielding, and low loss is required. The LMR-240 cable is similar in size to RG8X cables and fits LMR-240 connectors. 

    Attenuation of LMR-240:

    • 30 MHz =  1.3dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  1.7dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 3.0dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 3.7dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 5.3dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 7.6dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 9.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 12.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 20.4dB of loss per 100 feet

    Technical specifications can be found in the manufacturer's data sheet below.

    • $0.89
  • The Times Microwave LMR240 low loss LMR-240 coaxial cable offers similar performance compared to corrugated copper cables but provides high flexibility and simplified connectorization. This 50 Ohm coax cable has a solid bare copper center conductor and stranded outer conductor that results in a 3/4 inch bending radius. Low loss is achieved through use of the 90 percent braided shield. A foam polyethylene serves as insulation.

    The LMR-240 transmission line can be used in almost any application where handing characteristics, improved shielding, and low loss is required. The LMR-240 cable is similar in size to RG8X cables and fits LMR-240 connectors. 

    Attenuation of LMR-240:

    • 30 MHz =  1.3dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  1.7dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 3.0dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 3.7dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 5.3dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 7.6dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 9.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 12.9dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 20.4dB of loss per 100 feet


    Technical specifications can be found in the manufacturer's data sheet below.

    • $790.00
  • The Times Microwave LMR-240UF UltraFlex low loss LMR-240 coaxial cable has a very flexible PVC jacket for use in mobile antenna applications. This braided coax cable offers similar performance compared to corrugated copper cables but provides high flexibility and simplified connectorization.

    The 1/4 inch 50 Ohm coax cable has a stranded bare copper center conductor. Low loss is achieved because of the 90 percent braided shield. A foam polyethylene serves as insulation.

    This LMR-240 transmission line can be used in almost any application where handing characteristics, improved shielding, and low loss is required.

    Attenuation of LMR-240 UltraFlex:

    • 30 MHz =  1.6dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  2.1dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 3.6dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 4.4dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 6.3dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 9.1dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 11.8dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 15.5dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 24.4dB of loss per 100 feet

    Technical specifications can be found in the manufacturer's data sheet below.

    • $1.05
  • The Times Microwave LMR-240UF UltraFlex low loss LMR-240 coaxial cable has a very flexible PVC jacket for use in mobile antenna applications. This braided coax cable offers similar performance compared to corrugated copper cables but provides high flexibility and simplified connectorization.

    The 1/4 inch 50 Ohm coax cable has a stranded bare copper center conductor. Low loss is achieved because of the 90 percent braided shield. A foam polyethylene serves as insulation.

    This LMR-240 transmission line can be used in almost any application where handing characteristics, improved shielding, and low loss is required.

    Attenuation of LMR-240 UltraFlex:

    • 30 MHz =  1.6dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 50 MHz =  2.1dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 150MHz = 3.6dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 220MHz = 4.4dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 450MHz = 6.3dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 900MHz = 9.1dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 1500MHz (1.5GHz) = 11.8dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 2400MHz (2.4GHz) = 15.5dB of loss per 100 feet
    • 5800MHz (5.8GHz) = 24.4dB of loss per 100 feet

    Technical specifications can be found in the manufacturer's data sheet below.

    • $900.00
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