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Re: 75 ohm CATV Cable on 70 cm



I have used the 1/2 " hardline type with disk type dielecrtric for several 
years. A 1/4 wave of brass hobby tubing driven over the copper center 
conductor and soldered at both ends solves the 50/75 transition problem. 
Used the Hardline splice connector with homade made mechanical fitting 
adapted to a N type female connector.
The larger sizes are available as remenants on a large spool very cheep!

Art, KC6UQH


From: "Mike Miller" <mmiller@nctc.com>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Monday, May 21, 2007 5:35 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] 75 ohm CATV Cable on 70 cm


> Anyone have any experience using 75 ohm CATV cable on 70 cm?
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> Mike KA5SMA
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