Usually with RG-6 cable or with RG-59 cable Good 75 Omega impedance match up to 1 GHz Low Cost,Fast delivery
The F connector is a type of coaxial RF connector commonly used for "over the air" terrestrial television, cable television and universally for satellite television and cable modems, usually with RG-6/U cable or, in older installations, with RG-59/U cable.
The F connector is inexpensive, yet has good 75 Ω impedance match up to 1 GHz and has usable bandwidth
up to several GHz. One reason for its low cost is that it uses the solid conductor (center wire) of the specified
types of coaxial cable as the pin of the male connector. This design is subject to the surface properties of the
inner conductor (which must be solid wire) and is not corrosion resistant; hence waterproof versions are needed
for outside use (for example, on aerials). The male connector body is typically crimped, or sometimes screwed,
on to the exposed outer braid. The cable industry standard now is to use compression fittings.Female connectors have a 3/8-32 UNEF thread (9.525mm diameter). Most male connectors have a matching threaded connecting ring, though push-on versions are also available. Push-on F connector ends provide poor shielding against airborne signals (e.g., a nearby TV transmitter will interfere with a CATV station).
It is suitable for domestic terrestrial, cable, and satellite TV installations and offers significant improvements over the Belling-Lee connector (IEC 169-2) used on European terrestrial receivers. It requires slightly more care to properly install the male connector to the cable than with Belling-Lee type and attention should always be paid to
the quality of the connector and matching with the cable size.