Check with DX Engineering. They have a "Flooded" RG-6 meant for direct
burial http://www.dxengineering.com/ and go to the coax cable on the
left side of the page. They have it for 19 cents per foot of $149 per
thousand foot spool.
Use compression fittings. They are far better than the crimp F type.
Other sources to try are Davis http://www.davisrf.com/rgcoax.php at 14
cents per foot up to 100', 100-500' at 11 cents and 6 cents per foot in
1000' reels. (This is not flooded)
The Wireman http://www.thewireman.com/ RF Parts
The RF Connection (didn't find RG-6)
I'm sure there are many more.
On 4/6/2011 4:11 PM, Eric Rosenberg wrote:
> I have a need to bury the RG-6 or RG-59 cables from my (proposed)
> receive antennas, as they will be physically located on my neighbor's
> property (I live in the city and the lots are 44 feet wide). Conduit
> is not an option.
> What brand/type of cable or techinique for buriel should I use?
> Buryflex is only avaliable in the "RG-213 "style"
> 73& Thanks,
> Eric W3DQ
> Washington, DC
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