Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) leverages RF pulses, carried by coaxial cables, to see inside our bodies in detailed pictures.
Cabling connects the MRI machine to a generator positioned in a separate room. These cables must send consistent signals between magnetized and ordinary environments with high power demands.
While conventional corrugated cables meet the low-loss specifications, they are difficult to install. Every medical facility has a unique configuration, so electricians often make in-field decisions in very restricted spaces.