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Author Topic: Flat Cable for home window use  (Read 464 times)
N2LRB
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« on: November 25, 2001, 05:53:03 PM »

I am a former Direct TV subscriber and had the opportunity to use a flat coax cable for use
on the window to avoid drilling holes in my rental apartment.  If you are unfamiliar with this
cable, it is a double female into which cable television cable goes into.

I was wondering if this cable is suitable for use with RG-8, so as to have the same advantage,
to wit, shutting the window on it and still be able to transmit.

Cable Info:
E180908
102
Tube
125 Degree C
VW-1
5U and 5U OFT
Changbao 102 Tube

It's White and a little over 10 inches long and flat.

Jose B. Rivera
N2LRB
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