>>/\ According to rumour, there is a CB product known as "Coax Wax(r)" which
>>reduces electron-friction in coaxial cable, thereby reducing attenuation.
>Does it work better with oxygen free copper?
/\ surely. The only conductor materal that causes problems is silver.
Apparently the electon friction in silver becomes so low that electrons
actually go into a free-fall, resulting in negative attenuation -- i.e.,
power gain. Long runs of Coax Waxed, silver conductor coax reportedly
tend to break down due to power buildup.
- R. L. Measures, 805.386.3734,AG6K, www.vcnet.com/measures.
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