On Tue, 13 Apr 2010 08:25:41 EDT, K7LXC@aol.com wrote:
>Some potential problems with the amp as already mentioned but you don't
>get the real advantage for long coax runs with low loss coax which is less
>loss on the received signals. If you can't hear them - you can't work them,
>no matter how much power you're running.
Yes, BUT -- coax loss on RX only matters if the limitation is noise in your
receiver. That is VERY RARE on the HF bands, where the major limitation is
either QRM or noise picked up on the antenna. In other words, on HF, coax
loss only affects TX.
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