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RE: [BULK] - Re: [TowerTalk] Replacing coax question

To: 'Tom Rauch' <>,'Bob' <>,"Tower (K8RI)" <>,"Alan C. Zack" <>
Subject: RE: [BULK] - Re: [TowerTalk] Replacing coax question
From: Steve Katz <>
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 15:46:58 -0700
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Re: Double shielding, usually it's not important at all.  However, there are
applications where single shielded cables hardly work, unless the shielding
is solid, like hardline.  One such application is in a duplex repeater
system.   Another might be when your station is located close to a high
powered broadcast station. -WB2WIK/6

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Rauch []
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 4:10 PM
To: Steve Katz; 'Bob'; Tower (K8RI); Alan C. Zack
Subject: Re: [BULK] - Re: [TowerTalk] Replacing coax question

> An advantage of LMR-400 or any similarly constructed cable
is that it's
> double shielded, and literally 100% shielded by the inner
foil shield.

Why is that important?


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