I purchased enough RG-400 to replace all the coax connections inside my amateur radio station (160-10 meter bands). Ive used LMR-400 previously. Although the crimp connected LMR-400 had worked well, I wanted something less bulky, could handle full legal limit and more. I purchased the RG-400 along with Amphenol PL259 & UG175/US reducer adapters and made the soldered connections. The change noticeably lowered my stations impedance. There is a great YouTube tutorial video on how to install these connectors, (see Mr BBI Jan 31, 2020). This coax handles high heat. I preheat my Amphenol adapters with a butane torch while soldering and the Teflon dielectric does not melt or fail. From now on RG-400 will be the only coax used inside my shack or within my mobile station. RG-400 is UV resistant. Great stuff. Dont try to save a few dollars on inferior coax. RG-400 will last a lifetime. Scott - KL7EZ Gallatin, TN
Just what I needed
I use rg400 coax for all my ham and cb radios as jumper cables. The rg400 is the best to use. I always order my coax from Aircraft Spruce. There service and shipping are next to none. Great place to buy what you need.
Great quality, works as advertised
I am using this cable for jumper wires for all of my ham and cb radios. This cable is perfect for these applications. Great size and flexibility. I will be ordering more.
High quality coax with smooth outer jacket, 2 braid layers, and a stranded core. Easy to bend and route. Fits through 1/4 inch grommet just right. I used this for all com, txpdr, and ADSB antennas in my plane. Very happy with this product.
Fits pre-J Mooney perfectly
As stated. Top quality RG 400 coax. Im using it for GPS, Transponder and Radios in experimental aircraft.
RG 400 (11-09202) is made with stranded wire and is good for both VHF and GPS. RG 142 is made with a solid wire and is better when running long lengths typically over 15 feet.
No, we do not have an order minimum for the RG400 cable.
Yes, this antenna cable is sufficient for most types of rf uses.
The center conductor insulator is PTFE with an FEP outer jacket. Weight per 1000 feet is 46 pounds.
RG400 is stranded. If you would like solid conductor, please view RG142 11-00043.