On 11/18/12 1:07 PM, K7LXC@aol.com wrote:
Does anyone have a good idea of minimum bending radius for the 1/2 inch
cable TV hardline? I have been told anything from 5" to 50". I believe 5"
is way too sharp but 50"??? I sure that 50" would not cause any problems
with the cable but ...
I recollect that the minimum bending radius for all coaxes is 6 times
the diameter. For 1/2" RG-8, that'd be 3 inches.
I think that's for coax with braided shield (the RG-8, RG-213) kind.
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