In this category of our online shop you will find different types of antenna cables in different colours and with different connectors to connect, route and install in your home or office.
A very common question we hear everywhere is "What's the difference between a satellite cable and an antenna cable?"
To help you choose, minimise confusion and help you better understand what type of cable you need, we have created several categories in our online shop.
At the heart of antenna and satellite cables is a coaxial cable. The two cables have a characteristic impedance of 75 Ohm. The only difference is the different types of connectors. And the connectors depend directly on the type of connection you already use or want to use.
So let's find a solution together:
If you have a cable connection, i.e. you use the DVB-T/T2 (Digital Video Broadcasting - Terrestrial) or DVB-C (Digital Video Broadcasting - Cable) formats, then you need an antenna cable with IEC connectors.
If you have satellite TV (DVB-S/S2/SX), you need a SAT cable with F-Connectors.
Look carefully at which connectors and inputs you have for connections.