The advantge of LMR400 is it has a 100% foil wrapping the dielectric,
so it should minimize leakage in the shack. I use it for most of my
cabling in the shack. It's a lot cheaper than the double shielded
On 5 Nov 2005 k7qq wrote:
> I've never heard of this LMR400 stuff, If a stub is being made for
> HF RG 213 is more than adiquate.
> After all it is a Stub to absorbe harmonics, even lossy old RG 11
> should work, Just use ur handy dandy 259b to tune it. ----- Original
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Which would make better stubs?
> > RG213 or LMR400?
> > I thought LMR 400 but the data in George W2VJN's
> > Station Interference book would seem to indicate otherwise.
> > RG213 would be cheaper. Anybody else had experience
> > with stubs made of LMR400?
> > 73
> > dink
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