NEK Sealine RF (Radio Frequency) cables are designed to the type of system and signals these cables carry. These radio frequency cables are essential for conducting radio frequency signals, especially in applications generating multi-megahertz range frequencies. They serve purposes ranging from radio antennas, radars, GPS devices to mobile phone antennas, enabling the transmission of RF signals in areas where reception is typically challenging.
Radiating cables, also known as leaky feeders, differ from standard coaxial cables as they are intentionally designed to radiate signals. This “leaky” characteristic involves gaps or slots in the outer conductor, allowing the radio signal to leak along the cable’s length. Line amplifiers are necessary at intervals to boost the signal due to this leakage.

To ensure reliability, NEK Sealine Coaxial Communication Cables come with various armorings, providing protection against accidental damage, rodents, ballistic impact, moisture, and laying operations. This versatile combination offers a durable solution for diverse application scenarios, aiming to mitigate internal interference like crosstalk noise and protect against external interference such as electrostatic and electromagnetic interference. The primary objective is to meet the increasing bandwidth needs of applications in dense environments while ensuring robust performance and safeguarding against potential interferences.

NEK Sealine cables are certifed by various classifications bodies such as Det Norske Veritas, Germanischer Lloyd (DNV-GL), Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS), and American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), etc, and its diverse cable solutions serve top oil companies, EPC operators, shipyards, owners, and automation firms worldwide across 5 continents.