I just made a comment about RG-11 "type" foam dielectric cable, then looked
up Belden 8213, which is one of those types. Belden rates it at VF = 0.84
"nominal," not sure if they really meet it or not, but it's worth a shot if
you need VF >0.80.
8213's been around for a very long time, easy to find through retail
73 Steve WB2WIK/6
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Katz
> Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 1:58 PM
> To: 'Steve London'; email@example.com
> Subject: [BULK] - RE: [BULK] - [TowerTalk] Source for 300' of RG-11 ?
> > Anyone have a good leads on a reasonably priced source for about 250' of
> > RG-11, with a velocity factor of at least .80 ?
> > ::That wouldn't be RG-11/U, which has a VF of 0.66. It would be RG-11
> > "type" foam-dielectric cable, and that's normally VF ~ 0.78. On
> > commercial cables, the manufacturers normally specify VF only as
> > or "nominal," but not guaranteed. I have a lot of RG-11 "type" around
> > (spools of it), but don't think any of it is VF >0.80. That would be
> > unusual. -WB2WIK/6
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