Coaxial Cable RG 58A/U Non-Certified

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Part# 11-03920
MFR Model# RG58A/U


Standard cable for experimental avionics installations. Single shielded stranded conductor, jacket type - PVC.
For experimental aircraft only
PN 11-03920
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Just what I expected. Thanks!

Ronald L
February 16, 2020

This is as described. RG 58 coax. Im using it for aircraft ELT.

Steve L
March 15, 2018

The cable itself worked fine. But when I ordered 15 of cable, I was sent a 10 section and a 5 section (due to some being on backorder). I had to call, explain the situation, and had a replacement 15 section sent to me. Very helpful, but very frustrating when I was on a tight deadline.

January 25, 2020


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Q: Is your 11-03920 RG58 cable mil spec?

No, the RG-58 is not mil spec wire. This is intended for experimental aircraft use only.

Q: What is the difference between: 11-03920 RG 58 A/U and 11-04258 RG58 C/U?

The material used for the outer insulating jacket is different between these two types.

Q: Can I get this in a 600 ft un-cut length?

Yes, please make sure that you reference in the special instructions box at checkout that you require continuous length, 600 ft.

Q: Is this RG-58A/U coax cable aluminum wire and shield or copper or copper clad?

The conductor and shield are both tinned copper conductors.

Q: Can I use this on my Experimental Aircraft to hook to my Transponder antenna instead of RG 400 ? Thanks

Yes, you can use RG58 on an experimental aircraft

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