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Date Posted by Category User IP

2011-10-11 (UTC)


Wire & Coax

Prodelin hard line

For ham radio: Prodelin 7/8" 50 ohm coaxial transmission hard-line. Several thousand feet. Are you building an antenna farm? DXing or active on UHF? Great for serious low loss feed-lines to yagis. I ran it at my DX and contest station to all antennas, including 160 meters through 70 centimeters! Impervious to wet weather and rodents' teeth! Very tough. It has solid aluminum center conductor, coated with copper. Shield is corrugated aluminum covered by vinyl jacket. Insulation is solid. It can be rolled into 8 foot diameter coils. $2.00 per foot or best offer. Price is $1.00 per foot, if you buy over 1,000 feet. Because it is balky, I recommend your pick up with a truck or trailer. Packing, handling, and shipping would be extra.

Also custom machined connectors, from Prodelin hard-line to N connectors, for sale to buyers of the hard-line, $40.00 apiece. Buy one to use as model for your local machine shop to make more. Some are already connected to the Prodelin hard-line. Call Bill, K3ANS, for details, office 610-253-2745, home 610-258-5063, cell 484-241-6176.

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