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Re: Coax cable



Hi Roy,
I have used both LMR-400 and LMR-600. You can use "ordinary"
N connectors for the '400 (like the ones for 9913.) The '600
cable requires special connectors available from Times Microwave.
73,
Tony AA2TX
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At 04:19 AM 8/13/01 +0000, rdwelch@swbell.net wrote:
>I would like to hear from some of you who are using Times LMR-400 or
>LMR-600 flexible coax cable.  I need to know what type of connectors you
>have used with it other than the expensive solderless type.  Can it be used
>with the standard type N fittings generally used with RG-8 type cable?
>
>I am going to have to replace the 50 ohm 1/2 inch type hardline I have for
>something more flexible due to changing the method of entrance into the
>house.  I need to turn a tight radius with the coax and the solid jacket
>hard line will not turn that tight a radius.
>
>Just doing some planning in advance.
>
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>73, Roy -- W0SL
>
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