Bruno wrote:Hmmm, I'm not sure about your explanation here. I thought that once received by an antenna, the signal is no-longer a radio wave but an electrical current of radio frequency, no?
I'm pretty sure that the thick insulation between the core and the braid is to reduce the stray capacitance between the two, thus reducing attenuation in long cable runs, due to RC (or LC) losses.
Bruno wrote:On a serious note though, good luck with Dabs. I've had bad customer service from them in the (not recent) past re: returning faulty goods that are still under warranty. However, it was over 5 years ago and also since your purchase was made less than 6 months ago, your mileage may vary.
bobthebob1234 wrote:Well I gave it to the garage round the corner hopefully the collect+ people will come get it and give it to dabs. Dabs have made an order on the website for me and say it will be shipped as soon as they get the broken one, we shall have to wait and see
If collect+ works I think it is a great idea!
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:The Coax functions almost as a waveguide.
sledgehammer wrote:wyliecoyoteuk wrote:The Coax functions almost as a waveguide.
To become almost like a waveguide at UHF the co-ax has got to be above 6" diameter. Not a problem for us with our pathetically narrow co-ax but can be a problem for the broadcasters whose larger feeders are about 6"
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