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Re: rotor jumpers



Hi all,
Here using Belden 9913FX for the jumpers and
Andrew VXL50 7/8 for the 200 foot runs to the
tower.
Note that after using the Belden 9913FX I found
that the Cable Experts brand of this feedline looks
like it is a little higher quality.

73,
Gene
AA6NP





----- Original Message -----
From: Bob DeVarney WE1U <we1u@verizon.net>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 2:30 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] rotor jumpers


> I would like to do a survey of what everone's using for rotor jumpers. I
> will be tilting the tower over in the spring (some time in mid July here
in
> northern Vermont) and I'm curious what all you folks are using at your own
> shacks.
> Currently, I have been using Belden 8214 foam coax, and  plan to switch ot
> 9913F, unless someone has a better suggestion.
> I have heard folks using Andrews "Superflex" heliax, and that's what I am
> using for the runs down the tower, into the shack, and I wonder how it
> stands up to constant flexing.
> I will have 2 meters, 435, and also 1269 (I'll feed that with 7/8 hardline
> up the tower)
> So AMSAT-BBers, what are YOU using?
>
> Thanks, Happy Holidays, and VY 73 de WE1U
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