My qualifications are as follows: Served in the US Navy as a Communications Electronic Tech. After my tour of duty was up, I worked for 9 years for a large electric utility, switching power over high voltage lines. After that I worked in consumer and industrial electronics until . I have been an Amateur Radio operator since 1970 and have held a Commercial Radiotelephone license with Ship Radar endorsement issued by the FCC for almost 45 years. Research coaxial cable on the internet and you will understand my comments.
This is very cheap cable and does not meet the original military RG specs. No one should attempt to use this cable for any RF uses as it is so lossy. If you run high RF power through it you will have a very hot cable and possibly shorting out or causing a fire. The 48% shield should be at least 95-98% coverage and if you needed high isolation as with signal generators or other RF test equipment a second solid foil shield should be under the braided shield to keep leakage to a minimum. This is the worst specs that I have ever encountered in any cable, even the poor Radio Shack junk. Please get another manufacturer who will supply you with a quality cable with proper engineering specs.