IPVMU Certified | 02/02/15 09:50pm
I've used Hubbell Hi-Impact cables before (you can order them in 3', 5', 7', 10' factory terminated lengths), but I believe a better performing option is to run standard cabling in hard conduit and seal things up tight.
Even double-jacketed and UV rated cables crack and split after a few years. I'm not familiar with marine/corrosive environments, but the sight of bare cable jackets in vulnerable spots just sort of looks weird.
What about the ubiquiti tough cable?
I havent needed to use it with our ubnt installations but i have heard its quality cable
Wireless gear is routinely installed without cables in conduit, usually STP, UV rated. There are definitely a lot of cheap cables out there that will end up cracking and failing. But there are plenty of cables should be fine for the purpose. I've also heard the Ubiquiti Tough Cable was good, but you'd need to field terminate it.
I know some wireless techs who prefer Belden's outdoor patch cords, so they may be a good start.