I bought some bury-flex and the
velocity factor was out of spec
(they claim 85%; it was less than
80%). They sent me some more,
and it was still out of spec. I
see that the link you posted still
claims 85% velocity factor. Note
that lower velocity factor typically
is associated along with higher loss.
Rick Karlquist N6RK
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> Here is the person who developed BURY-FLEX. All so Check
> out the Cable
> Attenuation Chat on the Amateur Radio Coax page.
> Click on Amateur Products.
> BURY-FLEXTM was designed by Steve Davis, FCC Licensed
> K1PEK, principal of
> DAVIS RF Co. and Davis Associates. This cable was developed
> to accomplish
> several application needs: 1) to be competitive in
> durability, flexibility,
> and attenuation specs to LMR 400, Belden 9913, 9914, and
> 9913F (flex), 2) to
> be truely buriable and flexible for rotator loops, and 3)
> to serve HF
> through microwave. The results have proven that these goals
> and quality
> standards have been met.
> I have no connection with Davis RF Co. Have always received
> great service.
> Bob N3DOK
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