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Why not use 9913F? It has loss characteristics similar to 9913 and uses
a stranded center conductor. The outer insulation is also much more
flexible. Might just fit the bill.
JCCR/TV, Inc. wrote:
> If this is a stupid question, please forgive me in advance. I have 9913
> going from the shack out to the tower site. I don't want to run the 9913 up
> a crank up because it's probably too rigid and would be damaged from the
> lowering/raising motion. Can I use RG-213 or 8 from the antennas down the
> tower and connect it to the existing 9913 that goes up to the shack? I've
> never mixed coax before, hence my question: Is there a problem with velocity
> factor/or capacitance/or signal loss mixing coax?
> Jim KS1A
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