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
> system. Another might be when your station is located
close to a high
> powered broadcast station. -WB2WIK/6
OK, now I'm on the same page (except for the repeaters,
because most duplexers have far less notch depth than you'd
ever have crosstalk through shields).
I agree now with the general concept. When you are doing
critical measurements in a screen room, you need exceptional
For a system connected to an antenna, you are wasting money
if you go out of the way to buy double shield. That agrees
with everything I've experienced.
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Stations", and lot's more. Call Toll Free, 1-800-333-9041 with any questions
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