>I don't know either, but I always figured the coax would go
>first. As Rich stated; at least 15 amps before being concerned.
// However, I ran SSB with it, not RTTY. The only things that felt
warm on 40m was the coax and the air in the room. Feedline loss on 40m
was about 1300w in RG-9 coax.
>Subject: Re: [AMPS] coax connector ratings
>> > Does anyone know the current ratings of type "N" and "UHF" coax
>> >connectors at HF into a purely resistive load.
>> / I used to use type N coax connectors with the "Plywood Box" 20db
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