Due'ly "echoed", Steve Davis, DAVIS RF Co. www.davisRF.com
In a message dated 98-04-27 08:19:57 EDT, you write:
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Any amount of water in the coax will cause the problem you see and
potentially others as well as the condition worsens. I urge you to
replace the coax immediately before you damage your equipment.
take the time to record, at a given frequency , date, power
level and temperature, the readings in the shack into a dummy load, and
the readings at the end of the new coax into the same dummy load..... data to
consider years from now....... I'm sure other responses will echo these
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