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Re: Re: 92 ohm line



> 
> 	Another way is to run each line down the center element of two lengths
> 	of RG58 (or whatever's convenient).	
> 
>     If I run two pieces of RG-58 in parallel, I get 25 ohms.
> 
>     So would that mean...
> 
>     If I run 2 pieces of RG-58 in series, I get 100 ohms???
> 
>     I wonder!!!
> 				-- KD8KC

Yep.  Just tie the shields together on both ends, and feed the inner
conductors as you would a parallel line.  The result is a shielded,
balanced, 100 ohm line.


73, de John, KD2BD

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