[time-nuts] Lowloss cable?
wb6bnq at cox.net
Sun Jun 12 19:44:13 UTC 2011
Without giving away the bank, the LMR series of coax is pretty good. But in reality a high quality version of the
RG-6 Cable TV coax used by the better Cable companies is quite acceptable. If your local Cable company is one of
those, you can usually tag one of the work trucks and get them to give you some.
I have gotten in excess of 50 feet every time I approached them. The outer jacket is white in color and a bit
thicker then standard 75 Ohm coax. If your lucky they will even put good quality "F" type connectors on for you.
There are adaptors for going between "F" and BNC.
Dick Moore wrote:
> What's the best small diameter (<0.25") low loss coax? I need to run about 30' from my GPS antenna to a TBolt.
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