On 10/14/2010 8:54 AM, Ryan Jairam wrote:
> Well, I'm not going to get into this religious argument again.
The laws of physics are not a religion.
> I don't doubt that it's still being used outside of ham and CB. There
> are still people who use cassette tapes and LP records, and they are
> still being made.
Not a logical comparison.
> And there are still tons of people using Belling-Lee plugs on PAL TV
> sets, even for DVB-T. It doesn't change the fact that is completely
> mismatched for a 75 ohm system.
I have no idea what a Belling-Lee plug is, but for receiving antennas
for VHF/UHF TV , the impedance of a connector simply does not matter!
It CAN matter above 1 GHz. This results from simple knowledge of the
laws of physics, not a "religion."
73, Jim K9YC
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