||Any void between the insulated conductors of a cable or between a cable and its core. See also INTERSTICE.
||Abbreviation for Very High Frequency. 30 to 300 MHz
|Video Pair Cable
||A transmission cable containing low-loss pairs with an impedance of 125 ohms. Used for TV pick ups, closed circuit TV, telephone carrier circuits, etc.
||A unit of electrical pressure. One volt is the amount of pressure that will cause one ampere of current in one ohm of resistance
||Electrical potential or electromotive force expressed in volts
||The highest voltage that may be continuously applied to a wire in conformance with standards or specifications
|Voltage Standing Wave Ration (VSWR)
||The ratio of the maximum effective voltage to the minimum effective voltage measured along the length of a mis-matched radio frequency transmission line
|Volume Resistivity(Specific Insulation Resistance)
||The electrical resistance between opposite faces of a 1 cm. cube of insulation material, commonly expressed in ohms-cm
||An irreversible process during which a rubber or polymeric compound through a change in its chemical structure (for example, crosslinking) becomes thermoset
||A flammability rating established by Underwriters Laboratories for wires and cables that pass a specifically designed vertical flame test, formerly designated FR-1