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Author Topic: CAT5 and RG6 same trench?  (Read 440 times)
KG5AJX
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« on: Today at 08:50:08 AM »

Here is my quandary

I have my tower up and I would like to put an antenna on it.

The tower is 150 foot from the house.

I also have 3.6Ghz WiFi for my internet on the tower

I would like to run RG6 from the house and Cat5(or 6) shielded gel flooded with it

RG6 for my feed line if my loss is not that bad to a

Can I run them in the same pipe, of do I need separate pipes?
If separate pipes, how far apart would they need to be?

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