AS long as its marked Mil spec and is from a reputable Business, I don't
think You have to buy the best...
Although I have just replaced ALL MY coaxial cables with Belden 9913 , only
because the Insurance Company paid for it...
Usually I just use mil spec RG213.... but on long runs at VHF & UHF I
think its worth the extra money for Belden.
Lee Noonan VK2LEE
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Wetzel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 08, 2002 9:11 AM
Subject: RE: [Towertalk] Coax opinions
> All this talk about coax and I find I am low on Belden 8267 or RG-213.
> That's what I have always used for phasing lines and short tower runs. I
> see the actual Belden price (from Newark) is about .90/ft as compared to
> generic RG-213 from R and L and Cable-Xperts that is about $.40/ft (not
> Belden). I know the Belden is Mil spec and the others aren't, but the
> composition and loss seem to be the same. What is the general feeling
> these other less expensive RG-213's? Is there any reason to stay with the
> Belden and pay the high dollars?
> Mike W9RE