[time-nuts] GPS Signal Strength Through Roof?
rk at timing-consultants.com
Mon Mar 19 14:55:11 EDT 2007
Loss in the cable will be in the range of 5 - 7 dB plus connector losses.
Let's say about 10dB max.
Looks OK to me.
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From: "Jason Rabel" <jason at extremeoverclocking.com>
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Subject: Re: [time-nuts] GPS Signal Strength Through Roof?
> I was just going to use some RG-58, and if I can mount it in the attic
> I probably won't need to run more than 15-20ft at most. Loss along the
> should be minimal since the run will be short, I just didn't know how much
> the roof would block the signal.
>>I'm using 4 VIC-100s inside, under a flat concrete roof in my single story
>>office. Tracking 8 satellites on each receiver module on both my CommSync
>>units. Each one connected to Rx via a coiled up 50 ft length of RG-59.
>>Yours should work OK. What cable and what length are you planning on
>>Temp specs on my antennae are -40 to +85C operating which is typical for
>>this type of product. Don't think it gets that hot in Houston!!
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